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Apparently, Bad, and Books: Sierra Marie @cochinita69 My family has gifted me 3 tazers, 4 pepper sprays, 2 pocket knives, and 1 bat over the years to protect me from men that want to hurt me. But I've never heard of a man being gifted books, classes, information on how to dismantle rape culture within themselves chaoscorvid: morrivar: grimm-jimm: fourlughero: mdstroup2142: klubbhead: dangerbooze: chathurlant: cisnowflake: gender-has-failed-us: cisnowflake: celticpyro: silenceofthememes: if y'all wanna walk up to a rapist and hand him a social etiquette book be my guest but idk what y'all expect Really sick of this narrative that men are only rapists because they don’t know any better. No, RAPISTS know what consent is and they don’t care. Exactly. The overwhelming majority of men would never rape anyone. The tiny minority that would know full damn well it’s wrong, they just give a fuck because they’re scum. We don’t live in a rape culture. Some people just don’t care about what is and isn’t culturally acceptable. 31.7% of college men would rape a woman if there were no legal consequences.  31.7% is not a small minority. when some 1/3 of young men state that they would rape a woman if they knew they could get away with it, how is that not a rape culture? “The study was conducted by academics at the University of North Dakota and the North Dakota State University. Its sample size was 86 people.” Stop. 86 people isn’t even a majority of people at my high school. Fuck off. @gender-has-failed-us They’re really trying huh Also apparently a quarter of a person said yes… still trotting out stock “teach men not to rape” discourse in [current year] “86 people isn’t even a majority of people at my high school. Fuck off.” 86 people wasn’t even a majority of people in my year in high school. In 2004. We just gonna gloss over that quarter of a person bit? Yeah the math on that was definitely off, but I was more distracted by the fact the independent had the audacity to publish such a bullshit article based on the biggest joke of a “research survey” I’ve seen in a while. “We got about 25 people in fucking North Dakota to say that they might do a bad thing in a hypothetical universe where no cause and effect existed and this means that a third of male college students would rape a woman” holy shit.
Apparently, Bad, and Books: Sierra Marie
 @cochinita69
 My family has gifted me 3 tazers, 4
 pepper sprays, 2 pocket knives, and 1
 bat over the years to protect me from
 men that want to hurt me. But I've
 never heard of a man being gifted
 books, classes, information on how to
 dismantle rape culture within
 themselves
chaoscorvid:

morrivar:
grimm-jimm:

fourlughero:

mdstroup2142:

klubbhead:


dangerbooze:


chathurlant:

cisnowflake:


gender-has-failed-us:


cisnowflake:

celticpyro:

silenceofthememes:
if y'all wanna walk up to a rapist and hand him a social etiquette book be my guest but idk what y'all expect 
Really sick of this narrative that men are only rapists because they don’t know any better. No, RAPISTS know what consent is and they don’t care.


Exactly. The overwhelming majority of men would never rape anyone. The tiny minority that would know full damn well it’s wrong, they just give a fuck because they’re scum. We don’t live in a rape culture. Some people just don’t care about what is and isn’t culturally acceptable.

31.7% of college men would rape a woman if there were no legal consequences. 
31.7% is not a small minority. when some 1/3 of young men state that they would rape a woman if they knew they could get away with it, how is that not a rape culture?


“The study was conducted by academics at the University of North Dakota and the North Dakota State University. Its sample size was 86 people.”
Stop.


86 people isn’t even a majority of people at my high school. Fuck off.

@gender-has-failed-us


They’re really trying huh




Also apparently a quarter of a person said yes…

still trotting out stock “teach men not to rape” discourse in [current year] 


“86 people isn’t even a majority of people at my high school. Fuck off.”
86 people wasn’t even a majority of people in my year in high school. In 2004.


We just gonna gloss over that quarter of a person bit?

Yeah the math on that was definitely off, but I was more distracted by the fact the independent had the audacity to publish such a bullshit article based on the biggest joke of a “research survey” I’ve seen in a while. “We got about 25 people in fucking North Dakota to say that they might do a bad thing in a hypothetical universe where no cause and effect existed and this means that a third of male college students would rape a woman” holy shit.

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Apparently, Books, and College: Sierra Marie @cochinita69 My family has gifted me 3 tazers, 4 pepper sprays, 2 pocket knives, and 1 bat over the years to protect me from men that want to hurt me. But I've never heard of a man being gifted books, classes, information on how to dismantle rape culture within themselves grimm-jimm: fourlughero: mdstroup2142: klubbhead: dangerbooze: chathurlant: cisnowflake: gender-has-failed-us: cisnowflake: celticpyro: silenceofthememes: if y'all wanna walk up to a rapist and hand him a social etiquette book be my guest but idk what y'all expect Really sick of this narrative that men are only rapists because they don’t know any better. No, RAPISTS know what consent is and they don’t care. Exactly. The overwhelming majority of men would never rape anyone. The tiny minority that would know full damn well it’s wrong, they just give a fuck because they’re scum. We don’t live in a rape culture. Some people just don’t care about what is and isn’t culturally acceptable. 31.7% of college men would rape a woman if there were no legal consequences.  31.7% is not a small minority. when some 1/3 of young men state that they would rape a woman if they knew they could get away with it, how is that not a rape culture? “The study was conducted by academics at the University of North Dakota and the North Dakota State University. Its sample size was 86 people.” Stop. 86 people isn’t even a majority of people at my high school. Fuck off. @gender-has-failed-us They’re really trying huh Also apparently a quarter of a person said yes… still trotting out stock “teach men not to rape” discourse in [current year]
Apparently, Books, and College: Sierra Marie
 @cochinita69
 My family has gifted me 3 tazers, 4
 pepper sprays, 2 pocket knives, and 1
 bat over the years to protect me from
 men that want to hurt me. But I've
 never heard of a man being gifted
 books, classes, information on how to
 dismantle rape culture within
 themselves
grimm-jimm:
fourlughero:

mdstroup2142:

klubbhead:


dangerbooze:


chathurlant:

cisnowflake:


gender-has-failed-us:


cisnowflake:

celticpyro:

silenceofthememes:
if y'all wanna walk up to a rapist and hand him a social etiquette book be my guest but idk what y'all expect 
Really sick of this narrative that men are only rapists because they don’t know any better. No, RAPISTS know what consent is and they don’t care.


Exactly. The overwhelming majority of men would never rape anyone. The tiny minority that would know full damn well it’s wrong, they just give a fuck because they’re scum. We don’t live in a rape culture. Some people just don’t care about what is and isn’t culturally acceptable.

31.7% of college men would rape a woman if there were no legal consequences. 
31.7% is not a small minority. when some 1/3 of young men state that they would rape a woman if they knew they could get away with it, how is that not a rape culture?


“The study was conducted by academics at the University of North Dakota and the North Dakota State University. Its sample size was 86 people.”
Stop.


86 people isn’t even a majority of people at my high school. Fuck off.

@gender-has-failed-us


They’re really trying huh




Also apparently a quarter of a person said yes…

still trotting out stock “teach men not to rape” discourse in [current year]

grimm-jimm: fourlughero: mdstroup2142: klubbhead: dangerbooze: chathurlant: cisnowflake: gender-has-failed-us: cisnowflake: celt...

Massage, Money, and Scrubs: Will you have loose skin after losing 50 pounds? Sajib Howlader, Health Adviser (2014-present) Answered 1h ago 8 If you have flaccid skin after losing weight, do not blame yourself. This is nature. Fortunately, this does not mean that you must live forever with that skin that fact there are several very effective strategies. You can use to get back the firmness in your skin and achieve the slim and toned body for which you have worked with so much effort and dedication. For yourself: * Develop muscle mass: by developing muscle, you can effectively "fill'" areas with excess skin, this will make it tense. For men lifting weights is an excellent starting point, for women doing resistance exercises such as push-ups, leg lifts and sit-ups are a good option. Try a sea salt scrub: scrubs increase blood circulation, thus stimulating the healthy production of elastic and collagen, both necessary to restore firmness to your skin. Apply the exfoliate in the shower about 3 times a week to get the best results Get a massage: just like the sea salt scrub, massages stimulate blood circulation and these can improve the health of your skin and its general elasticity. Although this is not a proven method, it will not do any harm, in fact vou will be more relaxed than ever before, Take vitamin C: if you are not eating an orange a day, it may be a good time to start with this habit. Vitamin C is essential for the production of collagen, we must obtain enough vitamin C to give our skin the ability to re-tense and shrink as before, Fill with cream: there are many creams available on the market designed to firm the skin and stimulate the production of elastin and collagen. Just make sure you do a thorough investigation to choose a reliable and good quality product. This way you avoid wasting your money. . Drinklots ofwater: staying well hydrated is vital for skin elasticity, so be sure to take Water all day, every day. You can also eat fruits and vegetables rich in water to increase your hydration, if you do not like the idea of carrying a bottle of water with you always. Wrap yourself up: there is a treatment called body wrapping that has helped many people.With this technique, a lotion is applied to thee problem area, which usually contains honey, clay, chocolate or something similar and then wrapped with a plastic. You relax for a half hour while this wrap does its job of detoxifying and cleansing your skin Although the results of this method have not been scientifically proven, many women claim to see results after just one treatment. Stay moist: the more moisturized your skin is, the easier it is to reproduce new cells. To give your skin the chance to recover, try to keep it as moist as possible. Use a cream that contains vitamin E or you can also use an oil like coconut oil, . If possible, focus on a gradual and healthy weight loss, in this way you can avoid flaccidity, because you will give your skin enough time to adjust to changes in your body. 284 Views fat-acceptance-dropout: If you have flaccid skin after losing weight, do not blame yourself. This is nature. Fortunately, this does not mean that you must live forever with that skin that fact there are several very effective strategies. You can use to get back the firmness in your skin and achieve the slim and toned body for which you have worked with so much effort and dedication. See Special - Dreaming About Your Perfect Body? For yourself: Develop muscle mass: by developing muscle, you can effectively “fill” areas with excess skin, this will make it tense. For men lifting weights is an excellent starting point, for women doing resistance exercises such as push-ups, leg lifts and sit-ups are a good option. Try a sea salt scrub: scrubs increase blood circulation, thus stimulating the healthy production of elastic and collagen, both necessary to restore firmness to your skin. Apply the exfoliate in the shower about 3 times a week to get the best results. Get a massage: just like the sea salt scrub, massages stimulate blood circulation and these can improve the health of your skin and its general elasticity. Although this is not a proven method, it will not do any harm, in fact you will be more relaxed than ever before. Take vitamin C: if you are not eating an orange a day, it may be a good time to start with this habit. Vitamin C is essential for the production of collagen, we must obtain enough vitamin C to give our skin the ability to re-tense and shrink as before. Fill with cream: there are many creams available on the market designed to firm the skin and stimulate the production of elastin and collagen. Just make sure you do a thorough investigation to choose a reliable and good quality product. This way you avoid wasting your money. Drink lots of water: staying well hydrated is vital for skin elasticity, so be sure to take Water all day, every day. You can also eat fruits and vegetables rich in water to increase your hydration, if you do not like the idea of carrying a bottle of water with you always. Wrap yourself up: there is a treatment called body wrapping that has helped many people.With this technique, a lotion is applied to the problem area, which usually contains honey, clay, chocolate or something similar and then wrapped with a plastic. You relax for a half hour while this wrap does its job of detoxifying and cleansing your skin. Although the results of this method have not been scientifically proven, many women claim to see results after just one treatment. Stay moist: the more moisturized your skin is, the easier it is to reproduce new cells. To give your skin the chance to recover, try to keep it as moist as possible. Use a cream that contains vitamin E or you can also use an oil like coconut oil. If possible, focus on a gradual and healthy weight loss, in this way you can avoid flaccidity, because you will give your skin enough time to adjust to changes in your body. Source: Sajib Howlader, Health Adviser (2014-present)
Massage, Money, and Scrubs: Will you have loose skin after losing 50 pounds?
 Sajib Howlader, Health Adviser (2014-present)
 Answered 1h ago
 8

 If you have flaccid skin after losing weight, do not blame yourself.
 This is nature.
 Fortunately, this does not mean that you must live forever with that skin that
 fact there are several very effective strategies.
 You can use to get back the firmness in your skin and achieve the slim and toned
 body for which you have worked with so much effort and dedication.

 For yourself:
 * Develop muscle mass: by developing muscle, you can effectively "fill'"
 areas with excess skin, this will make it tense. For men lifting weights is
 an excellent starting point, for women doing resistance exercises such
 as push-ups, leg lifts and sit-ups are a good option.
 Try a sea salt scrub: scrubs increase blood circulation, thus stimulating
 the healthy production of elastic and collagen, both necessary to restore
 firmness to your skin. Apply the exfoliate in the shower about 3 times a
 week to get the best results
 Get a massage: just like the sea salt scrub, massages stimulate blood
 circulation and these can improve the health of your skin and its general
 elasticity. Although this is not a proven method, it will not do any harm,
 in fact vou will be more relaxed than ever before,
 Take vitamin C: if you are not eating an orange a day, it may be a good
 time to start with this habit. Vitamin C is essential for the production of
 collagen, we must obtain enough vitamin C to give our skin the ability to
 re-tense and shrink as before,
 Fill with cream: there are many creams available on the market
 designed to firm the skin and stimulate the production of elastin and
 collagen. Just make sure you do a thorough investigation to choose a
 reliable and good quality product. This way you avoid wasting your
 money.

 . Drinklots ofwater: staying well hydrated is vital for skin elasticity, so
 be sure to take Water all day, every day. You can also eat fruits and
 vegetables rich in water to increase your hydration, if you do not like the
 idea of carrying a bottle of water with you always.
 Wrap yourself up: there is a treatment called body wrapping that has
 helped many people.With this technique, a lotion is applied to thee
 problem area, which usually contains honey, clay, chocolate or
 something similar and then wrapped with a plastic. You relax for a half
 hour while this wrap does its job of detoxifying and cleansing your skin
 Although the results of this method have not been scientifically proven,
 many women claim to see results after just one treatment.
 Stay moist: the more moisturized your skin is, the easier it is to
 reproduce new cells. To give your skin the chance to recover, try to keep
 it as moist as possible. Use a cream that contains vitamin E or you can
 also use an oil like coconut oil,
 .
 If possible, focus on a gradual and healthy weight loss, in this way you can avoid
 flaccidity, because you will give your skin enough time to adjust to changes in
 your body.
 284 Views
fat-acceptance-dropout:
If you have flaccid skin after losing weight, do not blame yourself.
This is nature.
Fortunately, this does not mean that you must live forever with that skin that fact there are several very effective strategies.
You can use to get back the firmness in your skin and achieve the slim and toned body for which you have worked with so much effort and dedication.
See Special - Dreaming About Your Perfect Body?
For yourself:

Develop muscle mass: by developing muscle, you can effectively “fill” areas with excess skin, this will make it tense. For men lifting weights is an excellent starting point, for women doing resistance exercises such as push-ups, leg lifts and sit-ups are a good option.

Try a sea salt scrub: scrubs increase blood circulation, thus stimulating the healthy production of elastic and collagen, both necessary to restore firmness to your skin. Apply the exfoliate in the shower about 3 times a week to get the best results.

Get a massage: just like the sea salt scrub, massages stimulate blood circulation and these can improve the health of your skin and its general elasticity. Although this is not a proven method, it will not do any harm, in fact you will be more relaxed than ever before.

Take vitamin C: if you are not eating an orange a day, it may be a good time to start with this habit. Vitamin C is essential for the production of collagen, we must obtain enough vitamin C to give our skin the ability to re-tense and shrink as before.

Fill with cream: there are many creams available on the market designed to firm the skin and stimulate the production of elastin and collagen. Just make sure you do a thorough investigation to choose a reliable and good quality product. This way you avoid wasting your money.

Drink lots of water: staying well hydrated is vital for skin elasticity, so be sure to take Water all day, every day. You can also eat fruits and vegetables rich in water to increase your hydration, if you do not like the idea of carrying a bottle of water with you always.

Wrap yourself up: there is a treatment called body wrapping that has helped many people.With this technique, a lotion is applied to the problem area, which usually contains honey, clay, chocolate or something similar and then wrapped with a plastic. You relax for a half hour while this wrap does its job of detoxifying and cleansing your skin. Although the results of this method have not been scientifically proven, many women claim to see results after just one treatment.

Stay moist: the more moisturized your skin is, the easier it is to reproduce new cells. To give your skin the chance to recover, try to keep it as moist as possible. Use a cream that contains vitamin E or you can also use an oil like coconut oil.
If possible, focus on a gradual and healthy weight loss, in this way you can avoid flaccidity, because you will give your skin enough time to adjust to changes in your body.

Source: Sajib Howlader, Health Adviser (2014-present)

fat-acceptance-dropout: If you have flaccid skin after losing weight, do not blame yourself. This is nature. Fortunately, this does not mean...