people that play the victim when theyve been absolutely horrible to others make me sooo mad
Linna. 20 . College Junior. East Coast and the Southeast. My "blog" consists of mostly things I find funny, that make me think, and that I'm passionate about. Enter at your leisure.
if you think I won’t wear the same bra for three weeks straight you are dead wrong
some girls change their bras daily?
How often are you supposed to change them? O_o
Wait…you’re supposed to own more than one?
Wait some people only own one bra?
Dude, have you seen how expensive bras are for a comfortable one?
whats a bra
where am i
when you meet a bunch of relatives who claim to remember you
Do the people on here understand that “privilege” is another method of enforcing their own inferiority?
White privilege is the idea that whites are privileged, so “nonwhites” are inferior because they don’t have “privilege.”
Thin privilege is the idea that thinner body types hold superiority over larger body types.
Male privilege is the idea that males hold superiority over women.
And so on and so forth.
Do they realize what they’re doing with this whole “privilege” concept? They’re perpetuating the idea of inherent superiority. They’re saying that X has privilege, so X is superior. Y does not have privilege so Y is inferior.
Why would you do this? Why would you reinforce the idea that a demographic you’re trying to empower is inferior to another? That’s not empowerment at all. It’s counterproductive and, quite frankly, it’s absolute bullshit.
anti-sj and co never take the time to understand what people are actually talking about do they?
“You are privileged” =/= “You are superior”
“You are privileged” = Unfortunately aspects of our identity dictate how we will be received and treated in society. If you have something that is seen as unfavorable and not ‘normal’ in society then there is a major chance that that will be an impeding force in having certain things like your basic rights.
So in the city I’ve moved to, there’s a homeless man who sits in this shopping center nearly every day. He’s always holding a sign asking for work, and the way people treat him disgusts me. I know that the topic of homelessness and poverty is one that many people debate, but every time I see this man it breaks my heart. And he’s always kind—he smiles, even at the people who treat him like shit. And every time I’m driving through that part of the shopping center, it’s always when I don’t have any money on me. I told my mom all of this one night and how bad I felt about it; how it made me feel bad that I would drive past this man occasionally and have nothing to give him. So my mom was shopping over there and she called me…she said that she got some change back on a purchase she had to make for our new house, and she said: “Danielle, I drove back and found that homeless man you’re always talking about and gave him the change left after I ran my errands. It wasn’t much, but he looked at me and said—‘Thank you so much, ma’am. God bless you.’”
And basically I cried.
“maybe if you went to bed earlier you wouldn’t be so tired”
When I was five my cousin said we needed to go to the drug store but I thought it was a place where they sold crack or something so I started crying and saying I don’t want I die and she just looked confused as hell..