Fire from a burning building being sucked into a tornado.
get out of there fireman what are you doing
there’s a tornado
I can’t stop laughing at this fireman
he’s just standing there going
“well darn, look at that.
It’s not being sucked into a tornado you loonies.
vegancumbucket asked: Dude the courier mail just published an article a few days ago saying it was unsafe for women in QLD to walk alone at night...You are trivializing not only my experiences as a rape survivor but also devaluing a positive movement that I have started which is built on being inclusive. It isn't about man hating its about being heard and positive change.
I’m just a bored dude on the internet mouthing off cos the phrase rape culture irks me. Feel free to completely disregard everything I’ve ever said on tumblr, lord knows I do.
vegancumbucket asked: Problematic messages in media do contribute and normalize sexual assault you absolute crouton. As does exposure to gonzo porn at a young age. The least we could do as a society is at least teach the importance of consent in sex education. How is blurred lines not about consent?
Coming from someone who named themselves cumbucket? Anyways, if you read the lyrics without trying to attach rape to them the song is about a girl in a relationship who is considering cheating on her man with Mr. Thicke. The blurred lines in the title refer to the blurred lines of her relationship, not the blurred lines of consent. Obviously the lyrics are super easy to interpret as pro date rape, but only when you twist the lyrics that way. Saying “you know you want to” to a woman who has made it clear she wants to sleep with you but has a boyfriend is very different than saying “you know you want to” to someone who told you to fuck off, you know? Also, crouton is pretty much the best name anyone has called me all year.
vegancumbucket asked: Well you did tell a rape survivor to shut up because I am a rape survivor and you told me to shut up. I live in Brisbane I feel unsafe, so today I met with others to work on this fantastic project you slandered. Your logic of I don't see it happening is inherently a white male thing to say. How can you possibly understand rape culture when rape isn't around the corner for you? I walk home with my keys in my hand to feel safe and I'm sick of it. I'm speaking out and educating. What have you done?
I’m just tired of people using rape culture to insinuate that our entire society is involved. Yes, there are rapists in our society. Yes, there are ignorant, despicable cunts who trivialise and ignore victims in our police force. There are tons of evils in our world, but we don’t have a culture that encourages or approves of those evils. By all means, speak out about these things, raising awareness is extremely important. Just focus on the real problems and stop trying to convince people Blurred Lines is about rape or that sexist music videos/films are the reason these monsters exist.
Anonymous asked: You think people in Brisbane don't get 'pack raped'? You think this shit doesn't happen to women in Brisbane on a regular basis and get completely disregarded by the police and by everyone else? I can almost guarantee that any woman you know in Brisbane has experienced or narrowly avoided sexual assault, they just don't and can't tell you because you tell them to 'shut the fuck up'. This is rape culture. You are a perfect fucking example.
I told someone on the internet to shut the fuck up, I didn’t tell a rape victim to shut the fuck up. So shut the fuck up.
bearwvlf asked: just do one google search, you will find countless articles from reputable sources regarding how the song perpetuates rape culture.
Oh of course, none of those reputable sources would ever sensationalise a subject like rape to cause controversy and discussion. If you want to single out Blurred Lines, why not look at most pop/rnb/whatever music since, oh, I don’t know, forever, that’s been full of sexist and misogynistic lyrics.
I don’t care how many rapist quotes you write on a sign and hold up next to lyrics, that doesn’t make the song about rape.