26 Male Survivors Of Sexual Assault Quoting The People Who Attacked Them

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    no one seems to care if they are guys 

    reminder that rape and sexual abuse happens to everyone, not just girls

    reminder that rape and sexual abuse needs to be acknowledged no matter a person’s gender and “no one seems to care if they are guys” is a typical antifeminist theory that is disproven by the fact that this photo set has 100,000+ notes alone

    There will be a few times in your life when all your instincts will tell you to do something, something that defies logic, upsets your plans, and may seem crazy to others. When that happens, you do it. Listen to your instincts and ignore everything else. Ignore logic, ignore the odds, ignore the complications, and just go for it.
    Judith McNaught, Remember When  (via seulray)

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    Target is where you go when you want to spend money, but don’t quite know what to spend it on.



    when you say a joke in front of a big group and no one laughs


    Nothing kills you like your mind
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    Josh Thomas talks about male suicide

    I wonder how feminists will react to this

    Probably ignore it then go back to making male tears mugs and gifs 

    Actually this is a very common idea among feminists

    It’s something feminists have been talking about for years it’s called toxic masculinity and it’s one of the common threads among the topic of ‘Patriarchy hurts men too’. In fact the first time I read about toxic masculinity was on a feminist blog.

    If you actually read things feminists talk about instead of straw manning them you might know this but OH WELL

    Toxic masculinity is real and is really a problem and all that, but the suicide statistics are pretty misleading. Women attempt suicide more often, but tend to use methods like overdose rather than firearms. Men attempt suicide less often but succeed more often. And instead of taking women’s attempts seriously, they’re often written off as cries for help.

    Which is something I’ve never really understood, to be honest. If something is a cry for help, why would you go, “Oh, don’t worry about them, it’s just a cry for help,” rather than helping them? If I’m crying out for help, it’s because I need help!


    That time when Raven actually said what most of us want to say to a teacher who picks you for the answer when you clearly don’t know it, for usually no other reason than to embarrass you and make you look stupid. One of the main things I hate and always will hate about school. 

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