Feigenbaum's World

princessoffloral:

collectiveassbutts:

earthswinds:

I need feminism; because the bra straps of a twelve year old shouldn’t make a 40 year old married principal with two daughters “uncomfortable”

So am I allowed to walk around adult women who are mothers and grandmothers at work with my cock out or what

in what world is someone’s dick equivalent to a fucking bra strap

Y’know, as far as I know and correct me if I’m wrong, you can’t get arrested for flashing your bra strap in public.I know it’s hard to believe, but if a woman’s bra strap is showing she won’t be brought up on misdemeanor charges of indecent exposure and have to serve time in county jail. It’s madness I tell you! I mean whipping out her bra strap more than once still doesn’t make a difference to the police! She won’t get charged with a felony and/or, in some states, registered as a sex offender. I know, I know. It’s a crazy, unfair world we live in. Where’s the justice?!

silver-screen-scream-queen:

7yr-bitch:

nerd—vana:

3rdquartermoon:

i-wanne-be-your-arabella:

Kurt Cobain was so important

So amazing

Here’s the video


He was a self proclaimed feminist, which is why he was greatly respected by women and men like him, and still is to this day despite his passing..

This is why he was one of my favorite people aside from his music. I love how the rest of the band are joining in on calling the guy out, getting the crowd to taunt the guy as he’s being dragged away by security.

silver-screen-scream-queen:

7yr-bitch:

nerd—vana:

3rdquartermoon:

i-wanne-be-your-arabella:

Kurt Cobain was so important

So amazing

Here’s the video

He was a self proclaimed feminist, which is why he was greatly respected by women and men like him, and still is to this day despite his passing..

This is why he was one of my favorite people aside from his music. I love how the rest of the band are joining in on calling the guy out, getting the crowd to taunt the guy as he’s being dragged away by security.

Wow! I’ve never seen such a definitive list. This type of click bait article is usually pretty lame and full of cliches, but I have to say I’m impressed. If you’re one of those guys who think women are a mystery, this one’s for you!

(Oh and just in case you want to read the article referenced in this article, which appears to have been taken down, here’s a link to the cached one. (x)

babythc:

thank u ryden

Jen Corey was crowned Miss DC in 2009 and made it to the top 10 of the Miss America Pageant in 2010. A tall and striking blonde, Jen has battled with overzealous men approaching her since she was a teenager. An incident at a D.C. bar prompted her to use her platform as a beauty queen to speak out against street harassment, a topic that is often dismissed as just ‘boys being boys.’ But Jen and other women argue that there is something more sinister that lies beneath the motivation to aggressively cat-call or approach women in public places: “Street harassment is almost never about sex. It’s about power. Which is the same way we view rape. So saying street harassment is not a big deal is opening up the doorway for men to view women as an object to be obtained.” 

When they talked about “the look” I felt so much rage welling up inside (and honestly some tears, too) because it’s true, we all know that look and we know exactly what it means. 

So basically, vaginas are so shameful and obscene that even art pieces of vaginas should be hidden from public view and if you display or sell replicas of vaginas you could serve 2 years jail time with labor or fines that could be upward of $24,000 (US). However, penises should be celebrated with festivals attended by families with children of all ages. Seems legit. 

A party of male IBM execs are seated near a woman at a restaurant. The execs begin discussing why they don’t like or want to hire women. She begins live tweeting their conversation. And even in the face of this woman actually hearing this conversation, specifically about women, between the IBM executives, there are still people writing her saying “but men” statements and the fan favorite “not all men” has been swapped for “not all companies”…yet somehow it comes off as meaning the same thing. 

agoodcartoon:

Women have an unfair advantage in business because they can get to the top in much fewer steps. An MRA cartoon. - credit to Poopy Palpy

agoodcartoon:

Women have an unfair advantage in business because they can get to the top in much fewer steps. An MRA cartoon.
- credit to Poopy Palpy

Wow. Who would have thought that writing about how my husband searched around for some video games with female protagonists in them for me (which, btw, he actually enjoys playing too) would elicit such a hateful response all because I said he was a feminist. People are calling him names, someone did a photo reply with a gore photo of a dead body with a piece of their hip missing. God, how you guys must feel inside. I’m glad I’ll never be in that headspace. 

I just wanted to let you know that you haven’t taken any of the joy of that post away. You haven’t taken any of the joy of that moment away. I woke up to someone who loves me (just like I have for over the past 20 years) and found him doing something thoughtful for me. He knew that even though I enjoy playing games with male leads, they are plentiful. He knew I had trouble finding games with female protagonists and he understood why it was important to me to be able to play them. You don’t have any power over that moment or the way I feel or the way he feels about me. You have no power at all. Maybe that’s why you’re so angry? *shrugs* So go ahead and stew in your anger. You’re only drinking your own poison and expecting us to die.

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What it's like being married to a feminist geek guy
Me: *plops down on the couch next to him as he plays xbox* Whatcha playing?
Him: I've been searching for games with female protagonists.
Me: Aaawww!
Him: Then I'm playing them a little to make sure they're cool and that they're the type of games you like to play before I download them.
Me: I love you.

It pisses me off when I’m reading articles about the SCOTUS decisions and find that all the commenters are men. I know, I know. Don’t read the comments.

Something to think about.

I agree, I’ll be the first to agree that a lot of guys are assholes and that one should speak up for what they thing is right and be considerate. It just seems weird to attach “entitlement” to things I don’t think exists.

 A guy on a friend’s Facebook page using the definition of male privilege  as a defense for why an article about male privilege and entitlement is wrong.

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The Period Poem - Dominique Christina

For all the young girls that are mocked in school for being on their periods. Yes, fellas, period shaming is a thing, but of course some of you already know that, don’t you? And to all you mothers of daughters or mothers to be, this is how you empower your child.