the-bloodlily:

» feminist [the word] includes the idea that believing men and women to be equal, believing all people to be people is not a natural state — that we don’t emerge, assuming that everybody in the human race is a human, that the idea of equality is just an idea that’s imposed on us, that we are indoctrinated with, that it’s an agenda.

No it doesn’t.

That’s like saying Nazi includes the idea that all German born citizens are equal.

That’s not what the fucking word means.

Feminism LITERALLY means ‘feminine superiority’.  It is a bigoted word.

The order of percievend rights, privililages and superiority is:Masculism - Egalitarianism - Feminism

You can try to bend it however you like, but the word means what the word means.

That’s WHY educated people like Joss Whedon distance themselves from feminism, even though they clearly support gender equality.

The more you educate yourself, the more you see feminism as the facist movement it really is.

Joss Whedon says a quote in the first gif, then proceeds to explain why the quote is wrong. Joss has on multiple occasions supported feminism. Buffy the vampire slayer, his break out creation, was one of the forerunners of women having powerful roles on television outside of typical gender roles. Feminism is about equality and rights for women who are actually seen as lesser in this society. It is not bigotry to want equality, rights and safety for women. It is not about hating men. Peole are people. A woman is as much a person as a man is. A man is as much a person as a woman is. But men automatically get rights. It is the way our society is structured. Women fought for the right to vote, but that didn’t mean suffrage was about stopping men’s votes. Similarly, women’s rights and feminism is not about taking away men’s rights. Feminism means the fight for female rights. Misandry means the hatred of men. They are different terms. Please educate yourself on what we are trying to do. I don’t mean that condescendingly. I honestly want you to learn what we fight for. To not be afraid to walk down streets at night. To be able to wear what we want and not be called prude or slut. To have rights to our own bodies and sexuality. To have equal pay when we do the same jobs. To not have one in 5 women experience rape. To have the idea of a woman in charge not be an abnormality, but just as normal as a man. Its not about hate it’s about safety and rights. Please think about that before you reblog something about women and compare something so important to Nazism.

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So, this is perfect…

yes,yes it is 

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» feminist [the word] includes the idea that believing men and women to be equal, believing all people to be people is not a natural state — that we don’t emerge, assuming that everybody in the human race is a human, that the idea of equality is just an idea that’s imposed on us, that we are indoctrinated with, that it’s an agenda.

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George R.R. Martin on sex versus violence

 

stormbornvalkyrie:

✩ Gandalf’s staff appears to be a natural piece of wood, but the crown of the shaft holds something supernatural. Within the crown, the wood has grown around a hollow, white lattice-shaped bulb. The lattice is vaguely Elven in design, and holds a great power. At Gandalf’s command, he can cause the crown to illuminate and light his way at night, or to spark a blue flame to ignite fire. The staff is also imbued with a great strength, allowing Gandalf to shatter stone with one strike.

stormbornvalkyrie:

 Gandalf’s staff appears to be a natural piece of wood, but the crown of the shaft holds something supernatural. Within the crown, the wood has grown around a hollow, white lattice-shaped bulb. The lattice is vaguely Elven in design, and holds a great power. At Gandalf’s command, he can cause the crown to illuminate and light his way at night, or to spark a blue flame to ignite fire. The staff is also imbued with a great strength, allowing Gandalf to shatter stone with one strike.

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the first and last appearances of the original trio

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Finn Jones (of Game of Thrones) on which female celebrity he’d like to come on the show.