Slytherin fangirl with a strong side of social justice.
Fandoms: Harry Potter, Doctor Who, Supernatural, The Hunger Games, Sherlock, Grey's Anatomy, Game of Thrones. Currently starting on Sleepy Hollow.
OTPs: Whouffle, Jily, Slexie, Rose x Nine, Molliarty, Megstiel.
But apart from that I have an amarda of ships of all kinds.
Bisexual cis girl. She/her/herself.
I love cats and I want ten.
Not a Moffat or Snape friendly blog.
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Generally I'm a sweet and fun person to be around, but do not anger me.
I like it when cis feminists/SJ people put their gender and pronouns in their About because:
- It tells me you’re probably not a TERF
- It helps normalize that you shouldn’t assume someone’s gender or pronouns based on appearance
- Obviously, I know how to refer to you
There’s nothing wrong on an individual level with being a consenting adult choosing sex work. Ideally, there would be nothing wrong with porn. But we don’t live in an ideal world.
The porn industry covers up so much rape and other abuse on and off camera. That’s just a fact. If you’re watching a porn video, you have no way of knowing if the acts depicted are consensual or not. And if you don’t know, why would you take the chance? The women in porn are forced into so many things, usually without protection, too, so they get all kinds of STDs and other health issues on top of probably facing sexual assault.
Porn has also been recorded in various studies to fuck with your heads. On a note that I find hilarious, men in their twenties think symptoms of ED are normal if they watch more porn. It gives mostly men false expectations of what real sex is like, in regards to everything from appearance of genitals, to the way women get aroused instantly in porn, to the way they will always enjoy the roughest of rough sex imaginable, etc. (And of course there’s nothing wrong with actually enjoying rough sex, but forcing someone into anything is rape.)
Watching more and more porn leaves you wanting more and more extreme things, which isn’t always a good thing. There’s a quote from one of the foremost pornographers, a man, saying something to the effect of how their audience.(straight cismen) want even more abuse thrown at the women on screen. They’ve already seen fake and real rape, urinating on the women, and all other manner of abuse, and still they want more. This no doubt contributes to our high rates of sexual assault—men think hurtful sexual behavior is normal and that women are supposed to be objects for male sexual gratification in no small part because of porn. In fact, there was a thirteen year old boy who raped his younger sister after watching porn because he wanted to try it out. He chose her because she was “small and couldn’t remember stuff.”
TL;DR: porn normalizes sexual violence, and it can be seen in real life all the damn time.
On the rare occasion I do want to wank to something visual, I go for something animated. At least I know no actresses were hurt in the making of it that way.
imagine if trans “feminists” got their way. imagine if they got all of us to stop speaking about our female bodies and our experiences as females. just think about how feminism would look without input from actual females regarding what we go through as females
I see someone who deserves to have their status as “feminist” put in scare quotes, but it’s not the trans feminists — especially not the real ones, rather than your straw bogeymen.