Animation Meme
Animation Meme

Animation Meme

Sexualization
Sexualization

Sexualization

Sexualitys
Sexualitys

Sexualitys

Take
Take

Take

Singed
Singed

Singed

Sexuality
Sexuality

Sexuality

Sexual Humor
Sexual Humor

Sexual Humor

Sexual
Sexual

Sexual

Activity
Activity

Activity

Racial
Racial

Racial

🔥 | Latest

Bitch, College, and Crime: Brock Turner may have avoided real jail time, but a college textbook now uses him in their definition of rape so that's something because his home was mere blocks away- he couu man riding a motorcycle extraoedinarily slowly on a colkd night and d gain, he was arrested. What Chris falled to realize was that the change dr where he lived meant that even his fiest offense was to be treated as a Dui DU, he confronted much more severe consequences with harsher the rak of losing everything-his construction business, girlfriend, friends, cense- because of the zero-tolerance poliky now connected with o Rape Rape is another example of a crime that has sson in its definition over time. While crime and considered mala in se, how it has been has changed. For example, originally, the Fll carnal knowledge of a female forcibly and 2011, the FBI definition was changed to that are considered rape: "penetration, no matter the vagina or anus with a body part or object, tion by a sex organ of another person, without victim This change included boys and men as behavlor beyond the penetration of a vagina by a the FBI removed the word forcibly from this reflect contemporary understanding of this not necessarily involve force, but it does involve a such as when a person is unconscious. A recent example is that of rapist Brock Turner. Turner, a University, was caught in the act, and three felony charges: assault with intent to woman, sexually penetrating an intoxicated object, and sexually penetrating an unconscious p eign object. Turners victim was unconscious rape has Brock Tunet, a Scanford student who raped and assauted an unconscious female college student behind a dumpster at a fraternity party, was recenthy releused from jail after serving only three months. Some it happened behind a trash container outside are shocked at how short this sentence is. Others who fratemity house on campus. are more familiar with the way sexual violence has been Additional c n the criminal hate that stupid bitch
Bitch, College, and Crime: Brock Turner may have avoided real
 jail time, but a college textbook now
 uses him in their definition of rape
 so that's something
 because his
 home was mere blocks away- he couu
 man riding a motorcycle extraoedinarily slowly on a colkd night and d
 gain, he was arrested. What Chris falled to realize was that the change dr
 where he lived meant that even his fiest offense was to be treated as a Dui
 DU, he confronted much more severe consequences with harsher
 the
 rak of losing everything-his construction business, girlfriend, friends,
 cense- because of the zero-tolerance poliky now connected with o
 Rape
 Rape is another example of a crime that has
 sson in its definition over time. While
 crime and considered mala in se, how it has been
 has changed. For example, originally, the Fll
 carnal knowledge of a female forcibly and
 2011, the FBI definition was changed to
 that are considered rape: "penetration, no matter
 the vagina or anus with a body part or object,
 tion by a sex organ of another person, without
 victim This change included boys and men as
 behavlor beyond the penetration of a vagina by a
 the FBI removed the word forcibly from this
 reflect contemporary understanding of this
 not necessarily involve force, but it does involve a
 such as when a person is unconscious. A recent
 example is that of rapist Brock Turner. Turner, a
 University, was caught in the act, and
 three felony charges: assault with intent to
 woman, sexually penetrating an intoxicated
 object, and sexually penetrating an unconscious p
 eign object. Turners victim was unconscious
 rape has
 Brock Tunet, a Scanford student who raped and
 assauted an unconscious female college student
 behind a dumpster at a fraternity party, was recenthy
 releused from jail after serving only three months. Some it happened behind a trash container outside
 are shocked at how short this sentence is. Others who fratemity house on campus.
 are more familiar with the way sexual violence has been
 Additional c
 n the criminal
hate that stupid bitch

hate that stupid bitch

Appalled, Best Friend, and Butt: Out of Office - Business Travel Re: Melissa Benoist Alienating LGBT Fans of SupegirInbox x o whom it may concern, During the Supergirl cast's first day at San Diego Comic Con, your client Melissa Benoist exhibited some behavior that deeply upset a large portion of her LGBT fanbase as well as supporters of Supergirl in general. It is not my intention to defame Melissa or spew mindless hate; her words and actions today made a noticeable portion of her audience feel not only uncomfortable but also unwelcome as far as supporting her role as Kara on Supergirl Melissa openly, on a live video stream, participated in singing a song with Jeremy Jordan and other cast members that aggressively mocked the concept of Melissa's character having romantic feelings for Katie McGrath's character Lena Luthor. The relationship between these characters, named 'Supercorp' by Supergirl fans, was made an enormous joke by the star of this show. Melissa, Jeremy, and the other cast members at Comic Con were singing and yelling about how Kara Danvers and Lena Luthor would never be more than friends, shouting at the top of their lungs that those two female characters would never see each other in a romantic light in their whole lives. They danced and clapped about the incomprehensibility of a woman loving another woman, save for Katie McGrath and David Harewood who appeared uncomfortable in their already isolated positions behind the couch that the rest of the cast was situated on. The song celebrating how ridiculous the concept of female best friends eventually dating each other finally died down, and Jeremy Jordan said, "l think I'm going to get destroyed for what l just did. I debunked Supercorp." In response, Melissa Benoist said, "It was pretty brave. Is bravery making fun of girls of all ages who see themselves in the characters on a TV show that brands itself as feminist? Is bravery spitting in the faces of non-heterosexual women who find safety and enjoyment in the relationship between Kara and Lena? Is bravery yelling and singing to young girls who are unsure of their sexualities that there is no way someone could ever fall in love with their best friend and have it mean something besides being the butt of a joke? On behalf of LGBT women specifically, I am incredibly disappointed. Watching Melissa make fun of people who see a blossoming relationship between Kara and Lena was hurtful to the point that many are unsure of whether or not we can enjoy her show again. For someone who claims feminism and empowerment, Melissa let down a lot of supporters today by being passive and participatory in an act of disrespect and humiliation initiated by her castmates. Watching that video for the first time felt like a personal attack, like Melissa Benoist and the cast of Supergirl were standing around me on a stage and hurling insults to the tune of a song. I was appalled shocked, embarrassed, and hurt by what I saw Melissa do on Saturday. This email is not about 'shipping' or who I want to end up with who. It isn't about which characters I like more or what Kara's sexuality is. It is about how your client, who has exhibited awareness of the LGBT following of the show, blatantly made a mockery of non-heterosexual women during an interview and caused a large amount of Supergirl viewers to question our place in the fanbase seeing as the lead actor of our show turned romantic feelings between two women into a hurtful joke. She is a public figure who supposedly represents feminist ideals, and shouting her disapproval of women loving women on screen made many women and younger girls feel humiliated, disliked, and unsafe as far as remaining a part of Melissa's fanbase. As an actress myself, I absolutely feel honored when someone relates to a character l play or feels inspired by something I've done. Art is made to be interpreted by many, and as an actress Melissa has greatly disappointed Supergirl fans who interpreted her relationship with Lena as one full of love, admiration, and support. The message she sent with her behavior is one she needs to think about with emphasis on LGBT youth I am writing this because I want Melissa, who many young girls look up to, to know what her words and actions mean to marginalized people. I am incredibly glad that I am not a fifteen year old lesbian who watches Supergirl. I feel lucky that I have been judged for my sexuality in the past so that the first time I got made fun of wasn't by a celebrity that I look up to. If I were a young girl who had romantic feelings for her friend, I would feel completely and utterly shattered based on what I saw today. At 19 years old, I had yet to feel as singled out and invalidated by an actor before today In sending this, I don't expect or desire anything besides for your client, Melissa Benoist, to see how much this decision of hers has negatively affected members of her fanbase as well as fans of Supergirl in general <p><a href="https://chloeniccole.tumblr.com/post/163344052431/chloeniccole-i-absolutely-emailed-melissas" class="tumblr_blog">chloeniccole</a>:</p> <blockquote> <p><a href="http://chloeniccole.tumblr.com/post/163323115141/i-absolutely-emailed-melissas-publicity-team-her" class="tumblr_blog">chloeniccole</a>:</p> <blockquote> <p>I absolutely emailed Melissa’s publicity team, her agents, and her managers, buuuuut someone is in fact on vacation so at least one is out of the office until the 25th. </p> <p>Even so, I sent it to a handful of others and I’m posting it because I want to do right by all of you. I attached some screenshots of quotes that I had permission to use that aren’t pictured here, and the email addresses of Melissa’s representatives were attained professionally. I hope this message is well-received because I think that as a community wlw deserve a lot better than what our Supergirl showed us today. ♡</p> </blockquote> <p><b>I just want to make it clear that while my initial email was more general in nature and focused a lot on the community the response includes very personally directed statements about my actions and my character and I do not want any of you to send/tweet anything on my behalf for the sole purpose of defending me. </b></p> <p>I feel disrespected and patronized and I don’t accept this as any kind of apology or reconciliation.</p> <figure data-orig-width="1696" data-orig-height="844" class="tmblr-full"><img src="https://78.media.tumblr.com/ffee010dfeca94446fa86c42e72a2e82/tumblr_inline_otkgbgtC7M1r54toa_540.png" alt="image" data-orig-width="1696" data-orig-height="844"/></figure><p>(this screenshot is illegible and the full text is under the cut)</p> <p><a href="https://chloeniccole.tumblr.com/post/163344052431/chloeniccole-i-absolutely-emailed-melissas" class="tmblr-truncated-link read_more">Keep reading</a></p> </blockquote>
Appalled, Best Friend, and Butt: Out of Office - Business Travel Re: Melissa Benoist Alienating LGBT Fans of
 SupegirInbox x

 o whom it may concern,
 During the Supergirl cast's first day at San Diego Comic Con, your client Melissa Benoist exhibited some
 behavior that deeply upset a large portion of her LGBT fanbase as well as supporters of Supergirl in
 general. It is not my intention to defame Melissa or spew mindless hate; her words and actions today made
 a noticeable portion of her audience feel not only uncomfortable but also unwelcome as far as supporting
 her role as Kara on Supergirl
 Melissa openly, on a live video stream, participated in singing a song with Jeremy Jordan and other cast
 members that aggressively mocked the concept of Melissa's character having romantic feelings for Katie
 McGrath's character Lena Luthor. The relationship between these characters, named 'Supercorp' by
 Supergirl fans, was made an enormous joke by the star of this show. Melissa, Jeremy, and the other cast
 members at Comic Con were singing and yelling about how Kara Danvers and Lena Luthor would never be
 more than friends, shouting at the top of their lungs that those two female characters would never see each
 other in a romantic light in their whole lives. They danced and clapped about the incomprehensibility of a
 woman loving another woman, save for Katie McGrath and David Harewood who appeared uncomfortable
 in their already isolated positions behind the couch that the rest of the cast was situated on.
 The song celebrating how ridiculous the concept of female best friends eventually dating each other finally
 died down, and Jeremy Jordan said, "l think I'm going to get destroyed for what l just did. I debunked
 Supercorp." In response, Melissa Benoist said, "It was pretty brave.
 Is bravery making fun of girls of all ages who see themselves in the characters on a TV show that
 brands itself as feminist? Is bravery spitting in the faces of non-heterosexual women who find
 safety and enjoyment in the relationship between Kara and Lena? Is bravery yelling and singing to
 young girls who are unsure of their sexualities that there is no way someone could ever fall in love
 with their best friend and have it mean something besides being the butt of a joke?

 On behalf of LGBT women specifically, I am incredibly disappointed. Watching Melissa make fun
 of people who see a blossoming relationship between Kara and Lena was hurtful to the point that
 many are unsure of whether or not we can enjoy her show again. For someone who claims
 feminism and empowerment, Melissa let down a lot of supporters today by being passive and
 participatory in an act of disrespect and humiliation initiated by her castmates. Watching that
 video for the first time felt like a personal attack, like Melissa Benoist and the cast of Supergirl
 were standing around me on a stage and hurling insults to the tune of a song. I was appalled
 shocked, embarrassed, and hurt by what I saw Melissa do on Saturday.
 This email is not about 'shipping' or who I want to end up with who. It isn't about which
 characters I like more or what Kara's sexuality is. It is about how your client, who has exhibited
 awareness of the LGBT following of the show, blatantly made a mockery of non-heterosexual
 women during an interview and caused a large amount of Supergirl viewers to question our place
 in the fanbase seeing as the lead actor of our show turned romantic feelings between two women
 into a hurtful joke. She is a public figure who supposedly represents feminist ideals, and shouting
 her disapproval of women loving women on screen made many women and younger girls feel
 humiliated, disliked, and unsafe as far as remaining a part of Melissa's fanbase.
 As an actress myself, I absolutely feel honored when someone relates to a character l play or feels
 inspired by something I've done. Art is made to be interpreted by many, and as an actress Melissa
 has greatly disappointed Supergirl fans who interpreted her relationship with Lena as one full of
 love, admiration, and support. The message she sent with her behavior is one she needs to think
 about with emphasis on LGBT youth
 I am writing this because I want Melissa, who many young girls look up to, to know what her
 words and actions mean to marginalized people. I am incredibly glad that I am not a fifteen year
 old lesbian who watches Supergirl. I feel lucky that I have been judged for my sexuality in the past
 so that the first time I got made fun of wasn't by a celebrity that I look up to. If I were a young girl
 who had romantic feelings for her friend, I would feel completely and utterly shattered based on
 what I saw today. At 19 years old, I had yet to feel as singled out and invalidated by an actor
 before today

 In sending this, I don't expect or desire anything besides for your client, Melissa Benoist, to see
 how much this decision of hers has negatively affected members of her fanbase as well as fans of
 Supergirl in general
<p><a href="https://chloeniccole.tumblr.com/post/163344052431/chloeniccole-i-absolutely-emailed-melissas" class="tumblr_blog">chloeniccole</a>:</p>
<blockquote>
<p><a href="http://chloeniccole.tumblr.com/post/163323115141/i-absolutely-emailed-melissas-publicity-team-her" class="tumblr_blog">chloeniccole</a>:</p>
<blockquote>
<p>I absolutely emailed Melissa’s publicity team, her agents, and her managers, buuuuut someone is in fact on vacation so at least one is out of the office until the 25th. </p>
<p>Even so, I sent it to a handful of others and I’m posting it because I want to do right by all of you. I attached some screenshots of quotes that I had permission to use that aren’t pictured here, and the email addresses of Melissa’s representatives were attained professionally. I hope this message is well-received because I think that as a community wlw deserve a lot better than what our Supergirl showed us today. ♡</p>
</blockquote>
<p><b>I just want to make it clear that while my initial email was more general in nature and focused a lot on the community the response includes very personally directed statements about my actions and my character and I do not want any of you to send/tweet anything on my behalf for the sole purpose of defending me. </b></p>
<p>I feel disrespected and patronized and I don’t accept this as any kind of apology or reconciliation.</p>
<figure data-orig-width="1696" data-orig-height="844" class="tmblr-full"><img src="https://78.media.tumblr.com/ffee010dfeca94446fa86c42e72a2e82/tumblr_inline_otkgbgtC7M1r54toa_540.png" alt="image" data-orig-width="1696" data-orig-height="844"/></figure><p>(this screenshot is illegible and the full text is under the cut)</p> <p><a href="https://chloeniccole.tumblr.com/post/163344052431/chloeniccole-i-absolutely-emailed-melissas" class="tmblr-truncated-link read_more">Keep reading</a></p>
</blockquote>

chloeniccole: chloeniccole: I absolutely emailed Melissa’s publicity team, her agents, and her managers, buuuuut someone is in fact on vac...

Memes, Canada, and Columbia: Aaredita Nisso? Mulheres gostam de homens mais dIScretos e os homens de mulneres sorridentes mais 。/ACREDITANISSOOFICIAL OACREDTANISSOOFICIALACREDITANIS @ACREDITANISSO @AcreditaNisso? O estudo, realizado na Universidade de British Columbia, no Canadá, aponta que as mulheres gostam de rapazes menos sorridentes, preferindo aqueles que posam como orgulhosos, poderosos, mal humorados ou envergonhados. Os homens, em contraste, são mais atraídos sexualmente por mulheres mais alegres, descartando as confiantes e orgulhosas. Os pesquisadores descobriram que as mulheres se sentem menos atraídas por homens sorrindo, ao contrário dos homens, que gostam mais das mulheres que pareciam mais felizes. No geral, os homens classificam as mulheres como mais atraentes do que as mulheres classificam os homens. O estudo é o primeiro a relatar uma diferença significativa de gênero em relação ao sorriso e ajuda a explicar estereótipos como o “bad boy” e outros. É também o primeiro estudo a investigar como a manifestação de orgulho ou vergonha atrai as pessoas. “É importante lembrarmos que o estudo explora primeiras impressões da atração sexual pelo sexo oposto”, disse Alec Beall, coautor do estudo, em entrevista ao jornal inglês Daily Mail. Os especialistas explicam que a intenção não foi classificar as fotos como possíveis maridos e mulheres. “Queríamos a primeiríssima impressão sobre a atração sexual”, explica Beall. Estudos anteriores descobriram que a personalidade e equilíbrio emocional são mais desejáveis em uma relação afetiva. Outros artigos, explicam os autores, sugerem que a atração entre indivíduos é modelada por séculos de forças evolutivas e culturais. Os pesquisadores disseram que mais pesquisas precisam ser feitas para entender as diferentes reações à felicidade, mas indicam que o fenômeno pode ser entendido de acordo com princípios da psicologia evolutiva e normas socioculturais de gênero. Por exemplo, o sorriso seria associado à falta de dominância, que é consistente com a norma tradicional de gênero da mulher “vulnerável” e inconsistente com o homem “forte”. Fonte: Veja . SIGAM-ME OS BONS 👉 @Nandinhatw (ADM)
Memes, Canada, and Columbia: Aaredita
 Nisso?
 Mulheres gostam de homens
 mais dIScretos e os homens
 de mulneres sorridentes
 mais
 。/ACREDITANISSOOFICIAL
 OACREDTANISSOOFICIALACREDITANIS
 @ACREDITANISSO
@AcreditaNisso? O estudo, realizado na Universidade de British Columbia, no Canadá, aponta que as mulheres gostam de rapazes menos sorridentes, preferindo aqueles que posam como orgulhosos, poderosos, mal humorados ou envergonhados. Os homens, em contraste, são mais atraídos sexualmente por mulheres mais alegres, descartando as confiantes e orgulhosas. Os pesquisadores descobriram que as mulheres se sentem menos atraídas por homens sorrindo, ao contrário dos homens, que gostam mais das mulheres que pareciam mais felizes. No geral, os homens classificam as mulheres como mais atraentes do que as mulheres classificam os homens. O estudo é o primeiro a relatar uma diferença significativa de gênero em relação ao sorriso e ajuda a explicar estereótipos como o “bad boy” e outros. É também o primeiro estudo a investigar como a manifestação de orgulho ou vergonha atrai as pessoas. “É importante lembrarmos que o estudo explora primeiras impressões da atração sexual pelo sexo oposto”, disse Alec Beall, coautor do estudo, em entrevista ao jornal inglês Daily Mail. Os especialistas explicam que a intenção não foi classificar as fotos como possíveis maridos e mulheres. “Queríamos a primeiríssima impressão sobre a atração sexual”, explica Beall. Estudos anteriores descobriram que a personalidade e equilíbrio emocional são mais desejáveis em uma relação afetiva. Outros artigos, explicam os autores, sugerem que a atração entre indivíduos é modelada por séculos de forças evolutivas e culturais. Os pesquisadores disseram que mais pesquisas precisam ser feitas para entender as diferentes reações à felicidade, mas indicam que o fenômeno pode ser entendido de acordo com princípios da psicologia evolutiva e normas socioculturais de gênero. Por exemplo, o sorriso seria associado à falta de dominância, que é consistente com a norma tradicional de gênero da mulher “vulnerável” e inconsistente com o homem “forte”. Fonte: Veja . SIGAM-ME OS BONS 👉 @Nandinhatw (ADM)

@AcreditaNisso? O estudo, realizado na Universidade de British Columbia, no Canadá, aponta que as mulheres gostam de rapazes menos sorrident...