deducecanoe
spastasmagoria:

akitron:

thezombiecharity:

zikrayat:

sweetstothesweet:

- Reminding me and all my sisters 

wtf
i don’t pity brothers
they’re not children
if they’re too immature to not treat me as a sex object then they are too immature to be called men
they can go back to their mothers house and play with their toys
wtf is this 
i’m not gonna be a trial because that’s some nonsense

seriously. this takes all the responsibility OFF of our brothers and HURTS THEM
it infantilises them and then when they hurt a woman 
they can BLAME the woman.
“SHE WAS A TRIAL FOR ME.”
sorry, brother, but that’s bullshit and you and i both know it.
control yourself.


haha nope
the brother who can’t control themselves can fuck right off

I am not Muslim so I do not claim to be speaking for Muslim women, but I get this crap ALL the time. Apparently the guys who believe this transcend cultures and countries. Women have to be dressed a certain way because GUYS OBVIOUSLY CANNOT CONTROL THEIR GAZE OR THEMSELVES. Women are supposed to be in control of our desires and our thoughts and selves at all times, but we also have to have enough control for guys too?? Helpful hint: if it’s too sexy for you… don’t look. Or, y’know… look into my eyes and focus on the words I am saying, instead of my hips. Whatevs. 

spastasmagoria:

akitron:

thezombiecharity:

zikrayat:

sweetstothesweet:

- Reminding me and all my sisters 

wtf

i don’t pity brothers

they’re not children

if they’re too immature to not treat me as a sex object then they are too immature to be called men

they can go back to their mothers house and play with their toys

wtf is this 

i’m not gonna be a trial because that’s some nonsense

seriously. this takes all the responsibility OFF of our brothers and HURTS THEM

it infantilises them and then when they hurt a woman 

they can BLAME the woman.

“SHE WAS A TRIAL FOR ME.”

sorry, brother, but that’s bullshit and you and i both know it.

control yourself.

haha nope

the brother who can’t control themselves can fuck right off

I am not Muslim so I do not claim to be speaking for Muslim women, but I get this crap ALL the time. Apparently the guys who believe this transcend cultures and countries. Women have to be dressed a certain way because GUYS OBVIOUSLY CANNOT CONTROL THEIR GAZE OR THEMSELVES. Women are supposed to be in control of our desires and our thoughts and selves at all times, but we also have to have enough control for guys too?? Helpful hint: if it’s too sexy for you… don’t look. Or, y’know… look into my eyes and focus on the words I am saying, instead of my hips. Whatevs. 

nudiemuse
nudiemuse:

karnythia:

qweerdo:

emilytheslayer:

jacksonkillah:

thecharlatansdemise:

jacksonkillah:

thecharlatansdemise:

So… here’s a quiet little confession. I’m a 19 yo Australian girl who is cultured, well educated and financially and physically independent.  I am not religious and have no immediate plans to be.  I’m agnostic and therefore do not know if there is a God(s) or not but openly respect other religions and cultures and encourage others to educate themselves.  With all this said and done… I find women who dress in hijab (particularly Gulf Arabs) intimidating.  Not just because it is visually and culturally confronting from a modern Western point of view but because the more and more I think about the women behind the veil, the more I ask myself who they really are.  To me, these women represent a hidden world in which I am unwelcome.  They represent a society I do not understand and could never adapt to, not merely out of habit or conscience, but a physical inability to link my identity with their own.  I consider myself powerful and beautiful in my own country and my own world but if circumstances were different and I had been born into theirs I feel I would have been left a lamb to the slaughter.  They seem terribly beautiful and powerful in their own right and therefore, the concept of a woman in full hijab intimidates the shy, naive girl inside me who does not understand the world of men the way these women must in order to tame their own lives.  To me, these women aren’t necessarily oppressed; they are often far more powerful, beautiful and accomplished than their Western counterparts and that’s the most intimidating thing about them.

(via hijablove)
Yeah, you and your opinions are pretty unwelcome in our world so you’re free to stop talking at any time, ignorant white girl.

Upon reading this I was initially shocked; firstly by how openly and unashamedly hateful this message was; and secondly by how ironic and stupid it actually was.  I contemplated whether or not I ought to reply and came to the conclusion that by not replying I would be giving you the impression that what you said was acceptable - which it is not.  So let me break this one down for you…
1.  ”Your opinions.”  Yeah, that’s right.  My opinions.  And here I was thinking the modern world was renowned for its freedom of speech.  I didn’t realise it only counts if their popular opinions.  Silly me, believing in democracy and human rights and all that shit.
2.  ”Unwelcome in our world.”  See: narcissism.  Our world??  What world exactly are you talking about?  The one with 6.96 billion people from different backgrounds and beliefs who are all just trying to life their lives as best they can?  Or the few select group of assholes who think their own opinions are more important than others and rather than ignoring other people’s opinions they don’t like, decide to openly spread hate and abuse?  If my opinions were so unwelcome I highly doubt they would have been reblogged and liked as much as they have been.  I doubt I would have received compliments and messages of thanks.
3. ” Ignorant white girl.”  Ignorant white girl?? IGNORANT WHITE GIRL??  I don’t even…  Since when did my ethnicity come into play here.  You don’t like my opinions… well here’s another one for you: I think it’s pretty fucking ignorant to judge someone based on the colour of their skin.  I also think it’s pretty inconceivable to call someone ignorant when their opinion is based on personal experience with several Muslim and Arabic friends and a wide range of Islamic texts including the Koran.
4. “So you’re free to stop talking anytime.”  Oh I have your permission, do I?  Well I’m already perfectly aware of my rights including the one to continue talking at anytime and the one to tell you to go fuck yourself, you ignorant assumedly non-white tosser.

You are just precious.

GOD jackson can’t you just accept that she’s AFRAID of women in hijab and that’s just like, her OPINION, and you will find that YOU are racist here?



Excellent commentary.
BUT I have to say I think this photograph is so beautiful. So beautiful. Apparently my brain can no longer engage with anything srs and just keep going OH SO PRETTY.

I think there is a point when internet stupid forces your brain to erect walls & you develop a focus on what’s important that is amazing.

nudiemuse:

karnythia:

qweerdo:

emilytheslayer:

jacksonkillah:

thecharlatansdemise:

jacksonkillah:

thecharlatansdemise:

So… here’s a quiet little confession. I’m a 19 yo Australian girl who is cultured, well educated and financially and physically independent.  I am not religious and have no immediate plans to be.  I’m agnostic and therefore do not know if there is a God(s) or not but openly respect other religions and cultures and encourage others to educate themselves.  With all this said and done… I find women who dress in hijab (particularly Gulf Arabs) intimidating.  Not just because it is visually and culturally confronting from a modern Western point of view but because the more and more I think about the women behind the veil, the more I ask myself who they really are.  To me, these women represent a hidden world in which I am unwelcome.  They represent a society I do not understand and could never adapt to, not merely out of habit or conscience, but a physical inability to link my identity with their own.  I consider myself powerful and beautiful in my own country and my own world but if circumstances were different and I had been born into theirs I feel I would have been left a lamb to the slaughter.  They seem terribly beautiful and powerful in their own right and therefore, the concept of a woman in full hijab intimidates the shy, naive girl inside me who does not understand the world of men the way these women must in order to tame their own lives.  To me, these women aren’t necessarily oppressed; they are often far more powerful, beautiful and accomplished than their Western counterparts and that’s the most intimidating thing about them.

(via hijablove)

Yeah, you and your opinions are pretty unwelcome in our world so you’re free to stop talking at any time, ignorant white girl.

Upon reading this I was initially shocked; firstly by how openly and unashamedly hateful this message was; and secondly by how ironic and stupid it actually was.  I contemplated whether or not I ought to reply and came to the conclusion that by not replying I would be giving you the impression that what you said was acceptable - which it is not.  So let me break this one down for you…

1.  ”Your opinions.”  Yeah, that’s right.  My opinions.  And here I was thinking the modern world was renowned for its freedom of speech.  I didn’t realise it only counts if their popular opinions.  Silly me, believing in democracy and human rights and all that shit.

2.  ”Unwelcome in our world.”  See: narcissism.  Our world??  What world exactly are you talking about?  The one with 6.96 billion people from different backgrounds and beliefs who are all just trying to life their lives as best they can?  Or the few select group of assholes who think their own opinions are more important than others and rather than ignoring other people’s opinions they don’t like, decide to openly spread hate and abuse?  If my opinions were so unwelcome I highly doubt they would have been reblogged and liked as much as they have been.  I doubt I would have received compliments and messages of thanks.

3. ” Ignorant white girl.”  Ignorant white girl?? IGNORANT WHITE GIRL??  I don’t even…  Since when did my ethnicity come into play here.  You don’t like my opinions… well here’s another one for you: I think it’s pretty fucking ignorant to judge someone based on the colour of their skin.  I also think it’s pretty inconceivable to call someone ignorant when their opinion is based on personal experience with several Muslim and Arabic friends and a wide range of Islamic texts including the Koran.

4. “So you’re free to stop talking anytime.”  Oh I have your permission, do I?  Well I’m already perfectly aware of my rights including the one to continue talking at anytime and the one to tell you to go fuck yourself, you ignorant assumedly non-white tosser.

You are just precious.

GOD jackson can’t you just accept that she’s AFRAID of women in hijab and that’s just like, her OPINION, and you will find that YOU are racist here?

Excellent commentary.

BUT I have to say I think this photograph is so beautiful. So beautiful. Apparently my brain can no longer engage with anything srs and just keep going OH SO PRETTY.

I think there is a point when internet stupid forces your brain to erect walls & you develop a focus on what’s important that is amazing.

qweerdo
qweerdo:

emilytheslayer:

jacksonkillah:

thecharlatansdemise:

jacksonkillah:

thecharlatansdemise:

So… here’s a quiet little confession. I’m a 19 yo Australian girl who is cultured, well educated and financially and physically independent.  I am not religious and have no immediate plans to be.  I’m agnostic and therefore do not know if there is a God(s) or not but openly respect other religions and cultures and encourage others to educate themselves.  With all this said and done… I find women who dress in hijab (particularly Gulf Arabs) intimidating.  Not just because it is visually and culturally confronting from a modern Western point of view but because the more and more I think about the women behind the veil, the more I ask myself who they really are.  To me, these women represent a hidden world in which I am unwelcome.  They represent a society I do not understand and could never adapt to, not merely out of habit or conscience, but a physical inability to link my identity with their own.  I consider myself powerful and beautiful in my own country and my own world but if circumstances were different and I had been born into theirs I feel I would have been left a lamb to the slaughter.  They seem terribly beautiful and powerful in their own right and therefore, the concept of a woman in full hijab intimidates the shy, naive girl inside me who does not understand the world of men the way these women must in order to tame their own lives.  To me, these women aren’t necessarily oppressed; they are often far more powerful, beautiful and accomplished than their Western counterparts and that’s the most intimidating thing about them.

(via hijablove)
Yeah, you and your opinions are pretty unwelcome in our world so you’re free to stop talking at any time, ignorant white girl.

Upon reading this I was initially shocked; firstly by how openly and unashamedly hateful this message was; and secondly by how ironic and stupid it actually was.  I contemplated whether or not I ought to reply and came to the conclusion that by not replying I would be giving you the impression that what you said was acceptable - which it is not.  So let me break this one down for you…
1.  ”Your opinions.”  Yeah, that’s right.  My opinions.  And here I was thinking the modern world was renowned for its freedom of speech.  I didn’t realise it only counts if their popular opinions.  Silly me, believing in democracy and human rights and all that shit.
2.  ”Unwelcome in our world.”  See: narcissism.  Our world??  What world exactly are you talking about?  The one with 6.96 billion people from different backgrounds and beliefs who are all just trying to life their lives as best they can?  Or the few select group of assholes who think their own opinions are more important than others and rather than ignoring other people’s opinions they don’t like, decide to openly spread hate and abuse?  If my opinions were so unwelcome I highly doubt they would have been reblogged and liked as much as they have been.  I doubt I would have received compliments and messages of thanks.
3. ” Ignorant white girl.”  Ignorant white girl?? IGNORANT WHITE GIRL??  I don’t even…  Since when did my ethnicity come into play here.  You don’t like my opinions… well here’s another one for you: I think it’s pretty fucking ignorant to judge someone based on the colour of their skin.  I also think it’s pretty inconceivable to call someone ignorant when their opinion is based on personal experience with several Muslim and Arabic friends and a wide range of Islamic texts including the Koran.
4. “So you’re free to stop talking anytime.”  Oh I have your permission, do I?  Well I’m already perfectly aware of my rights including the one to continue talking at anytime and the one to tell you to go fuck yourself, you ignorant assumedly non-white tosser.

You are just precious.

GOD jackson can’t you just accept that she’s AFRAID of women in hijab and that’s just like, her OPINION, and you will find that YOU are racist here?

qweerdo:

emilytheslayer:

jacksonkillah:

thecharlatansdemise:

jacksonkillah:

thecharlatansdemise:

So… here’s a quiet little confession. I’m a 19 yo Australian girl who is cultured, well educated and financially and physically independent.  I am not religious and have no immediate plans to be.  I’m agnostic and therefore do not know if there is a God(s) or not but openly respect other religions and cultures and encourage others to educate themselves.  With all this said and done… I find women who dress in hijab (particularly Gulf Arabs) intimidating.  Not just because it is visually and culturally confronting from a modern Western point of view but because the more and more I think about the women behind the veil, the more I ask myself who they really are.  To me, these women represent a hidden world in which I am unwelcome.  They represent a society I do not understand and could never adapt to, not merely out of habit or conscience, but a physical inability to link my identity with their own.  I consider myself powerful and beautiful in my own country and my own world but if circumstances were different and I had been born into theirs I feel I would have been left a lamb to the slaughter.  They seem terribly beautiful and powerful in their own right and therefore, the concept of a woman in full hijab intimidates the shy, naive girl inside me who does not understand the world of men the way these women must in order to tame their own lives.  To me, these women aren’t necessarily oppressed; they are often far more powerful, beautiful and accomplished than their Western counterparts and that’s the most intimidating thing about them.

(via hijablove)

Yeah, you and your opinions are pretty unwelcome in our world so you’re free to stop talking at any time, ignorant white girl.

Upon reading this I was initially shocked; firstly by how openly and unashamedly hateful this message was; and secondly by how ironic and stupid it actually was.  I contemplated whether or not I ought to reply and came to the conclusion that by not replying I would be giving you the impression that what you said was acceptable - which it is not.  So let me break this one down for you…

1.  ”Your opinions.”  Yeah, that’s right.  My opinions.  And here I was thinking the modern world was renowned for its freedom of speech.  I didn’t realise it only counts if their popular opinions.  Silly me, believing in democracy and human rights and all that shit.

2.  ”Unwelcome in our world.”  See: narcissism.  Our world??  What world exactly are you talking about?  The one with 6.96 billion people from different backgrounds and beliefs who are all just trying to life their lives as best they can?  Or the few select group of assholes who think their own opinions are more important than others and rather than ignoring other people’s opinions they don’t like, decide to openly spread hate and abuse?  If my opinions were so unwelcome I highly doubt they would have been reblogged and liked as much as they have been.  I doubt I would have received compliments and messages of thanks.

3. ” Ignorant white girl.”  Ignorant white girl?? IGNORANT WHITE GIRL??  I don’t even…  Since when did my ethnicity come into play here.  You don’t like my opinions… well here’s another one for you: I think it’s pretty fucking ignorant to judge someone based on the colour of their skin.  I also think it’s pretty inconceivable to call someone ignorant when their opinion is based on personal experience with several Muslim and Arabic friends and a wide range of Islamic texts including the Koran.

4. “So you’re free to stop talking anytime.”  Oh I have your permission, do I?  Well I’m already perfectly aware of my rights including the one to continue talking at anytime and the one to tell you to go fuck yourself, you ignorant assumedly non-white tosser.

You are just precious.

GOD jackson can’t you just accept that she’s AFRAID of women in hijab and that’s just like, her OPINION, and you will find that YOU are racist here?