Hi! I'm Kappa. I'm a fan of a whole lot of movies, books, Youtubers and TV shows. We probably have something in common.
Sometimes I draw and when I get the inspiration, I write. I love to talk with you guys, but I'm pretty bad at starting conversations. I'm fucking crap at writing bios because I never sound like myself. So... yeah.

 

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kinomatika:

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antarcticrainbow:

People should spend less time hating Cis people and more time actually helping Trans people.
I’d rather see posts showing love and acceptance of my gender identity than posts saying how people who aren’t like me are the devil.
I genuinely feel uncomfortable around the anti-Cis crowd. I go on tumblr to escape hate. So even though I’m not on the receiving end here I still feel discomfort.

"Patriarchy"?

greekgodsforsocialjustice:

Patriarchy (n.): a family, group, or government controlled by a man or a group of men

And according to Princeton University:

Patriarchy is a multidimensional condition of power and status. Whyte’s 1978 comprehensive study examined 52 indicators of patriarchy, which corresponded to 10 relatively independent dimensions. The ten dimensions are:

  • lack of property control by women
  • lack of power of women in kinship contexts
  • low value placed on the lives of women
  • low value placed on the labor of women
  • lack of domestic authority of women
  • absence of ritualized female solidarity
  • absence of control over women’s marital and sexual lives
  • absence of ritualized fear of women
  • lack of male-female joint participation in warfare, work, and community decision making
  • lack of women’s indirect influence on decision making

There are undeniably societies in the world today that are patriarchies. A place like Saudi Arabia comes to mind as well as institutions like the Catholic Church in which women are not entirely excluded (i.e., nuns) but are kept from positions of real power (i.e., the priesthood and the papacy).

However, at least in the United States…

  • women can (easily) control property: they can rent apartments, buy a house or land, own a business, and inherit and/or will their property to others.
  • there are plenty of “housewives”/stay-at-home mothers, but women are typically expected to find a job and work for a living in the same way that men are, and there is no wage gap between male and female workers.
  • though it’s hard to say given that domestic violence stories focus almost solely on male-on-female violence, I might argue that women often have more domestic authority than men; for example, they have more control of their family’s disposable income and are far more likely to get custody of their children in case of a divorce.
  • "absence of ritualized female solidarity" - well, I think we know that’s not applicable to the US, if Tumblr is any indication.
  • aside from states that have made abortion difficult to obtain, women control their own bodies and sexuality, and aside from where it is an issue of LGBT+ equality, women have the power to marry (and divorce) whom they choose, when they choose.
  • Many industries (and certainly most offices that I’ve seen) are relatively evenly balanced between men and women. As for “community decision making,” women are more likely to vote than men, so while it would be nice to have more women running for office, women nevertheless have more of a say in who gets elected.

I realize I didn’t refute or address all ten points. Ultimately,however, women have the choice to wear the kinds of clothes they like; vote; pursue almost any career; drive a car; live where and with whom they want to; have children (or not); get married (or not); cut their hair; have sex with whom they choose, etc. While many people may criticize them for making what they deem “incorrect” or “inappropriate” choices, no patriarch or patriarchal authority is going to punish women for making them. 

There is no patriarchy. There may be the vestiges of one, but SJWs and Tumblr feminists should ask the women who had to live coverture, or the girls and young women elsewhere in the world who are still forced to marry before their eighteenth birthday (or even puberty) what it feels like to live under a patriarchy.

Then maybe they’ll have something worth actually complaining about.

FRIENDLY REMINDER TO THE STEAM COMMUNITY

erratictyrant:

DON’T OPEN GMOD, SOMEONE FUCKED WITH IT NOW IT HAS A VIRUS. 

SO DON’T OPEN IF IT YOU WANT TO KEEP YOUR COMPUTER

avelera:

One was given a shield | One had his shield arm stolen

One was given a choice | One had choice taken from him

One was fragile, and they made him strong | One was strong, and they made him fragile

One slept in the ice, and returned to save lives | One was woken from ice, and sent to kill

One missed the war | One became the war

One was given a weapon | One was made a weapon

One became a symbol | One became a secret

knitmeapony:

alykat86:

authorkurikuri:

tom-sits-like-a-whore:

who is on your team, captain?

#completely convinced marvel just finds the actual characters to play their parts

Marvel’s casting department cannot be beat. Literally all of the actors are their characters.

Sarah Halley Finn, casting director for Iron Man, Iron Man 2, Thor, Captain America, The Avengers, Iron Man 3, Thor: Dark World, Captain America: Winter Soldier, Agents of SHIELD, Guardians of the Galaxy, Avengers: Age of Ultron, Ant-Man, and every single Marvel one-shot. All hail the queen. 

ALL HAIL THE QUEEN!!!

ALL HAIL

(Source: ayyecaptn)

Anonymous asked
do you like anime??

I guess? I’ve only watched part of one, Zetsuen no Tempest: The Civilization Blaster.