Sick burns administered by yours truly.
>complimenting your own words
That is so stupid.
I hate that definition more than anything.
Straight men being like “Ew gay guys hit on me?
Yeah, least fucking hurtful part of homophobia. Shut up.
So, only straight men can be homophobic?
#sickburns isn’t appropriate. I’d personally substitute #moronicresponse
“why are boobs so objectified, smh men”
“omg 13 gifs of male butts!!!”
After hundreds of years of being objectified and sexualized, but having every sexual thought of ours being shamed and called sinful, we finally say “hey we are actually attracted to something” and everyone freaks the fuck out.
Yes, we are totally hypocrites.
you honestly think men were never objectified by women until now??? lmao boobs are sexual get the hell over it
How Are We Supposed to Know What the Government Does?
You should probably be afraid, at least a little, of the federal government. The reason for this doesn’t have anything to do with conspiracy theories about fluoridation or the Obama administration hoarding ammo to keep it out of the hands of True Patriots. It’s simpler than that: you should be worried about the US government because it is huge and well funded and powerful and, most importantly, you don’t know what it’s doing.
The civics class version of government—that there are three branches, each with its own checks and balances and blah blah blah—is hopelessly outdated. For one thing, the legislative branch is paralyzed by partisanship and a set of rules that make it impossible for it to do anything but stop laws from getting enacted. For another, as documented by the Washington Post in 2010, the governmental agencies that are in charge of “national security” have grown like not-all-that-benign tumors, consuming billions of tax dollars, constructing massive top-secret facilities, and employing hundreds of thousands of people whose job descriptions you don’t have the security clearance to know. The national security state is vast and unknowable, practically its own branch of government at this point, with its own secret history. Millions upon millions of documents are classified, many unnecessarily. By some counts, there are more pages of classified documents in the US than there are unclassified—and the government spends $12 billion a year keeping all that information under wraps.
After decades of strict central control, the communist Caribbean nation is slowly liberalising in the economic sphere.
Aaagghhh the horrors of neoliberalism await! If this continues Cuba will end up like the free-market dystopias of Singapore, Hong Kong or South Korea.
oh god those poor people don’t realize the horrors that await them I write from my laptop sitting in a starbucks with air conditioning and a fresh pastry
Muhammad Ali on the Vietnam War Draft
The fact that this is STILL relevant should be very telling.
Democrats: Never letting facts get in the way of them dancing on dead bodies in order to further their failed agendas.