he saw his chance and he took it
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Hello friend I just realized that I never replied to you I’m sorry! I actually really really love this head cannon-crossover-turned-fanfic a lot and I understand that it’s a really rough draft. I was just saying that if you ever polish it up and have a finalized version, make sure you tie everything together and don’t just stick sex in there for the sake of it. Make it mean something. Also I wasn’t pissed off, I was just really excited and I’m also fairly blunt so that sometimes comes off as pissy and/or sarcastic in a text-based communication. If you go back and do a final version and you need an editor or sounding board let me know! I really enjoy doing both those things (the partner-editing part of writing essays and papers in high school and at uni was something I genuinely looked forward to and it’s my favorite part of the writing process), and I REALLY like what you’ve got so far. Happy September! xx Lilly
i love how the daleks look exactly the same now as they did 50 years ago
but the cybermen, on the other hand,
look completely different
i guess you could say they upgraded
Cyber men’s society is based on making stuff better
Dalek society believes they are already the best they could be so why change
instead of feeling bad about yourself for being generalized, why don’t all you straight white boys feel bad for the reciepients of the texts for being literally harassed
Blaming an innocent person/demanding accountability for the actions of their demographic is unethical. Being defensive of victims of harassment is understandable, but all of us have to remember that we can’t go around blaming people just because we are upset with people from the same race of gender.
you do SO MUCH MORE HARM by pushing the “not all men” envelope when instead you could realize that the world does NOT revolve around your pasty ass for .003 seconds
this is like seeing someone being stabbed and when they say “some guy hurt me”, you go “well it wasn’t me” instead of providing them with medical attention
if your first reaction to someone saying “straight boys are harassing people” is “nOT ALL STRAIGHT BOYSSS” then YOU. ARE. THE. PROBLEM.
No. They aren’t the problem, the problem is your attitudes about the problem.
i am SICK of this culture of deniability
maybe it’s not your fault that women get harassed, maybe you’ve never personally sent a nasty, dehumanizing message, maybe you’ve never made someone feel like you’re entitled to their body but that DOES NOT EXCUSE YOU
it may not be your fault, but it IS your problem
it goes along with the “if you see something, do something” mantra. as a (i’m assuming) straight, white male, you are in a position of power in our society. YOU have the power to speak out and actually be heard. YOU are the key demographic of every politician/news channel/tv show. YOU are the one who can DO SOMETHING and you have the RESPONSIBILITY to stand up for people who cannot stand up for themselves.
all of y’all who got your feelings hurt probably keep coming to me to complain but you gon’ learn today. you can’t simply excuse yourself from the situation because you’re “not like other guys”. you live in a culture that normalizes this type of behavior and, believe it or not, YOU benefit from it.
so you need to WAKE THE FUCK UP, get the fuck OVER YOURSELVES, and do something worthwhile
and if that starts by taking the blame for something your gender/race/sexuality is known for, then so be it. at least then we can begin to even ADDRESS the problem instead of whining about where the blame lies.
and to quote a recent and frankly fantastic rant by jon stewart; if you’re sick of hearing about this, then imagine how sick we are of LIVING IT
Two stars of the movie Heathers died at an early age: Jeremy Applegate (Peter Dawson, whose character prays he will never commit suicide) committed suicide with a shotgun on March 23, 2000, and Kim Walker (Heather Chandler, who had the line “Did you have a brain tumor for breakfast?”) died of a brain tumor on March 6, 2001.