straightened asked:

feminism does not mean more equality towards women, it means equal rights towards both genders. sorry, but you make it seem like it goes only towards women.

misandry-mermaid answered:

Go back to reblogging pictures of latte art and skinny white girls, your worthless opinions aren’t wanted here.



It DOES mean equal rights for both genders. Feminism is the empowerment of women to be treated as equal to men in society.

#1. There are more than two genders.

#2.  This attitude implies that men are, once again, the standard.  Why is it that women must be “empowered” to reach the status of men?  Why are MEN considered the norm who don’t have to change or lose any privileges, and instead it’s women who must make the effort to treated as equal?  It’s complete androcentric bullshit.

#3.  How adorable that you call yourself a feminist and then spend your energy telling women what feminism means.



TW: Rape

David Choe jokingly admits to being a “successful rapist”.

"It’s dangerous and it’s super self destructive. I’m at a place and there’s potential for a lawsuit…and she has given me no signs that she’s into me or that this is appropriate behavior. In my head I go "Do you care if I jerk off right now?" and it sounds so creepy in my head that I go I can’t say that out loud … So I go back to the chill method of you never ask first, you just do it, get in trouble and then pay the price later."

"…So I just start jerking off. So then her hands gets off my leg and she just stops … I go "Look I’m sorry I can’t help myself — can you just pretend like I’m not doing this and you continue with the massage?" And she’s like "All right" and she does  … I’m like "Can I touch your butt?" and I reach out and touch her butt and she pulls away. She doesn’t want me to touch her butt."


"… I say "Kiss it a little," she says "No, all the massage oil is on it" and I take the back of her head and I push it down on my d**k and she doesn’t do it. And I say "Open your mouth, open your mouth," and she does it and I start facef**king her."

Rape culture is literally admitting to raping somebody and publicizing it online because you’re that sure nothing will happen to you — and nothing does. 


shadowtoshadows asked:

I was just wondering; I have no effective way of shutting down the whole "women LET themselves be treated this way/ women AGREE and ENABLE x beaviour," do you know of any particular rethoric I might use to counter this incrdibly stupid argument?

misandry-mermaid answered:

I would tell them that that is quintessential victim blaming and it is proven to be completely counterproductive to stopping abuse, since it takes responsibility off the actual abuser and puts the focus on what the victim did “”“wrong”“”.


m3d1c101 asked:

my friend always makes rape and sexist jokes against women and when i ask him to stop he says "can't you just take a joke?" i tell him it's not funny and he ignores me. he's a really good friend of mine and he doesn't normally act like an asshole (he's like a big brother to me and a good friend of my family) but i think he does it because it angers me and my female friends. any suggestions on how to make this stop without ending the friendship?

misandry-mermaid answered:

Why would you want to be friends with someone who makes triggering, bigoted jokes for the sole purpose of angering you?????

Like, I don’t care how good a friend you say he is outside of his sexism, because good friends don’t intentionally hurt each other, and if a good person is told by their friends that something they are doing is hurting them, they would STOP DOING IT.

And a person who not only makes rape jokes, but continues to make rape jokes and defend themselves after being asked to stop is an unsafe person, since it proves that they don’t take rape seriously or see it as a real issue.