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ohmyegosweak:

bitemebeautiful:

  • saying ‘that’s so gay’ when you mean ‘that’s so crap’
  • using the word rape in a casual way ‘i got totally yawn raped’
  • making domestic violence jokes (seen a lot about Rhianna recently. Fuck. Off.)
  • casting aspersions on the character of the women (and…
"A girl’s sexual status is a metaphor for how well she fits into the American ideal of femininity. Boys who don’t comform to the masculine role are similarly judged on a phantom sexual scale—the short boy with the slight build who strikes out whenever he’s up to bat is called a fag, even though his ability in sports says nothing about his sexual orientation. Yet a “fag” can overcome his status through bench-pressing; there is little a “slut” can do to erase her stigma. Magnified by sexual metaphor, her social difference defines everything about her. She represents soiled femininity."
-Leora Tanenbaum, “Slut! Growing up Female with a Bad Reputation” (via synchronical)