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Let me get this straight, Nicki Minaj can wiggle her butt six ways till Sunday and people can call her a black feminist messiah, but when there's a weak-ass Spider-Woman variant cover that make her look like she's posing like Nicki Minaj, it suddenly NOT okay and Marvel should be ashamed??? I'm honestly, seriously confused here :/



Nicki Minaj is also a real person who makes real decisions for herself and made a video and song that celebrated her own body and her own sexuality while outright critiquing the Male Gaze through visual metaphor

Jessica Drew is not a real person and was drawn by a man in a submissive position who visually objectifies her (spandex doesn’t work on asses like that come on) and every female superhero he’s drawn. And he can’t even draw a background right.

repeat it with me now everybody: made up women drawn for gross men to jerk off to are NOT equivalent to real life women expressing their sexuality for their own benefit

^That was the look on people’s faces the next day after the USS Nevada got chomped by a tree shark.^

There is a story behind this that I will share in a short while (oh, I have so many damned stories from Burning Man that I want to share with my buddies, you have no idea).

Mother fucker

Okay, I was happy coming home, but then someone posted a video on FB about these SICK fuckers that hooked live kittens to use as bate to catch sharks. They were LAUGHING as these poor little babies meowed and cried in pain whilst being speared through their shoulders.

I cannot bear this sort of fucking cruelty! I want to kill these fuckers. Everytime I think of it I want to throw up!  I can provide the sick video if anyone asks but oh bloody mother of all life, I just can’t….this is too much! Is this what we are? I can’t stand it! I should have stayed in the desert.


Khanjar Dagger with Sheath

  • Dated: 19th century
  • Culture: Turkish made in the Mughal style
  • Medium: steel, jade, gold, agate, amber, emerald, ruby, crystal, diamond
  • Measurements: H. with sheath 18 1/4 in. (46.4 cm); H. without sheath 16 5/8 in. (42.2 cm); H. of blade 11 3/4 in. (29.8 cm); W. 3 1/2 in. (8.9 cm); Wt. 17.9 oz. (507.5 g); Wt. of sheath 8.1 oz. (229.6 g)

Source: Copyright © 2014 The Metropolitan Museum of Art

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