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virgiltexas:

Anita Sarkeesian launched a Kickstarter to raise a few thousand dollars to fund a series of videos examining sexist tropes in video games. Gamers responded to the ludicrous assertion that a cultural commodity mass produced by a billion-dollar industry dominated by men could ever possibly embody…

dionthesocialist:

Note: This post was written based only on things I saw and heard at the scene of the crime on the night of the incident.

I live in the Beaties Ford neighborhood of Charlotte. It’s not a bad neighborhood. There’s never very much crime or anything going on, but it’s mainly lower-income minorities…

THE BEST TRAIN CONVERSATION I HAVE EVER OVERHEARD
Man 1: But I'm not Gay!
Man 2: Yeah, but if you WERE. Thor or Loki?
Man 1: but I'm not!
Man 2: IRRELEVANT! THOR OR LOKI!
Man 1: honestly?
Man 2: THOR OR LOKI!
Man 1: probably Iron Man.
Man 2: SERIOUSLY? TONY STARK?
Man 1: yeah. I'd love to be Robet Downey Jr's bitch. God, that man....
Man 2: ooh I know what you mean. how would he proceed?
Man 1: well we'd be having dinner and he'd have his hand on my leg and he'd whisper in my ear and tell me exactly what he was going to do to me.
Man 2: oh yeah..
Man 1: and then his hand'd go further to the top of my leg and start grasping my-
Random Woman: EXCUSE ME THERE ARE CHILDREN ON THIS TRAIN.
*awkward silence*
Man 2: ...and you said you werent gay!
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As someone who has talked about fat acceptance, what do you think about CBS golf writer Steve Elling describing an overweight fan at the Players Championship in his column today as "300 pounds of cottage cheese stuffed into a 200-pound sack"? His Twitter account at ellingyelling has seven more insults about how fat people are hilarious.
Anonymous

Oh, we’re super-hilarious. Haven’t you heard? Fat people are the funniest thing ever. Or we’re disgusting. We’re hilarigusting!

Those who are saying the game is changing for the worse, well, they don’t have a father who can’t remember his name because of the game. I’m pretty sure if everybody had to wake with their dad not knowing his name, not knowing his kids’ name, not being able to function at a normal rate after football, they would understand that the game needs to change. If it doesn’t there are going to be more players, more great players, being affected by the things that we know of and aren’t changing. That’s not right.

-Junior Seau speaking with Jim Trotter in March on suggestions that the NFL was making the game “too soft” by enforcing player safety rules.

This is really chilling to read.

(via red3blog)
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