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lifehack: if you’re having trouble opening a jar, let the bottom half sit in hot water for a bit so the jar’s warmed up but the lid is dry and not slippery, then try again. The thermal expansion causes the metal lid to become looser and come off a lot more easily. There you go, now you don’t need no man to do it for you.

Filed under lifehack protip jars I don't know if this is a thing that needs be to be shared but I hear about girls having trouble opening jars often enough sooo

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fuckmeowmix:

bulletproof-fantasy:

enjorlove:

pardonmewhileipanic:

thotbotsuperstar:

dynastylnoire:

perpetualdaydream:

baskintheafterglow:

expect-the-greatest:

champagnexstrawberrykisses:

expect-the-greatest:

Bruh

What the hell?

Niggas out here trappin women

Then wonder how your ass got burned

what the fuck…

I’ve had a dude do that before. that shit is terrifying. Dude went across the room like he typically would to get one. Came back and I didn’t know that he didn’t have one until he pulled out.
I FLIPPED. Cried all the way home. Cried for days. Got tested. Bought the morning after pill. Seriously, fuck dudes that do this. There should be laws against it.

There ARE laws against this. It’s called rape by deception or fraudulent rape and basically, it’s anytime the conditions of your consent are compromised. In a situation like this, you consented to protected sex. By having sex in a way you did not consent to, a crime WAS committed and he could be charged if any physical effects like pregnancy or STD occurred. Remember, ANY SEXUAL ACTIVITY YOU DON’T CONSENT TO IS RAPE. 

If a guy does this, it’s rape. Call the cops. Ruin his life since he has no problem risking yours. Make him fucking learn. Rapists belong in jail. Rape by deception is rape, not a funny “meme”. 

This is incredibly important for everyone to see!! EVERYONE

yes YOU NEED THIS ON YOUR DASH EVERYONE

what the fuck that is NOT okay

"Rape by deception" also includes those charming romantic “comedy” setups in which a guy A has sex with a woman who thinks he’s guy B (because it’s dark, or he’s an identical twin, or she’s drunk, or because magic or whatever). All of this, in addition to the condom thing, is illegal and absolutely is something you can file charges for.

fuckmeowmix:

bulletproof-fantasy:

enjorlove:

pardonmewhileipanic:

thotbotsuperstar:

dynastylnoire:

perpetualdaydream:

baskintheafterglow:

expect-the-greatest:

champagnexstrawberrykisses:

expect-the-greatest:

Bruh

What the hell?

Niggas out here trappin women

Then wonder how your ass got burned

what the fuck…

I’ve had a dude do that before. that shit is terrifying. Dude went across the room like he typically would to get one. Came back and I didn’t know that he didn’t have one until he pulled out.

I FLIPPED. Cried all the way home. Cried for days. Got tested. Bought the morning after pill. Seriously, fuck dudes that do this. There should be laws against it.

There ARE laws against this. It’s called rape by deception or fraudulent rape and basically, it’s anytime the conditions of your consent are compromised. In a situation like this, you consented to protected sex. By having sex in a way you did not consent to, a crime WAS committed and he could be charged if any physical effects like pregnancy or STD occurred. Remember, ANY SEXUAL ACTIVITY YOU DON’T CONSENT TO IS RAPE. 

If a guy does this, it’s rape. Call the cops. Ruin his life since he has no problem risking yours. Make him fucking learn. Rapists belong in jail. Rape by deception is rape, not a funny “meme”. 

This is incredibly important for everyone to see!! EVERYONE

yes YOU NEED THIS ON YOUR DASH EVERYONE

what the fuck that is NOT okay

"Rape by deception" also includes those charming romantic “comedy” setups in which a guy A has sex with a woman who thinks he’s guy B (because it’s dark, or he’s an identical twin, or she’s drunk, or because magic or whatever). All of this, in addition to the condom thing, is illegal and absolutely is something you can file charges for.

(Source: 2pacmadaddy, via feministark)

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If realism is such a good excuse for sexism in film-making, then why….

Is a ship or a car a “she”, but only until it becomes sentient and gains agency and a personality of its own

(Check out the one lady here.)

In bee and ant colonies, all workers and soldiers are female, but only until they become animated characters

…And then we’re right back to the ‘token female’ rule.

"Mostly/exclusively male except for the queen and whatever other characters have to be female to be broodmothers or straight love interests” is not how these species work.

And before anyone says “well, some of those ants and bees in that homogenous crowd of blocky background characters might be females! You don’t know that they aren’t!”, yes we kind of do. The studios in question made sure of that by going out of their way to give every confirmedly  female bee/ant/car an exceptionally sleek and curvy and twirly shape, a more pinkish colour, eyelashes, or all of the above. They shot themselves in the foot and now we know 99% of those universe’s characters are dudes because they lack those characteristics.

Don’t get me wrong, I love Pixar and Dreamworks, but wow holy shit they are not very good at avoiding the ‘male by default’ pitfall. If “realism” can be used as an excuse for there being virtually no women in anything with a historical setting (protip: it’s not, and you need to pay more attention to Women’s History Month), then I want my females where biology says they would be. I want my all-female colony of ants and bees, with the only males being these tiny useless creatures that only exist to fertilise the queen’s eggs and then die off. I want my forbidden romance between a female ant princess and a lowly female worker ant who likes inventing things. I want all my Cars to be ladies except for a few that  come from other countries where the ‘object owned and steered by a man = female’ rule isn’t present in culture.

Because realism, right?

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The fact that it’s so bloody difficult to find a female character in a movie who’s not involved in romance (compared to male characters) is just the other side of the coin of how much characters are male by default unless specified otherwise. Unless a character is needed as an incubator, straight love interest, or kidnap/horror movie victim who’ll seem more vulnerable as a female, they’re going to be male. Almost all female characters with romances on TV are characters who would’ve been male if the writers had decided to cut the romance.

Filed under feminism movies tv film misogyny

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GUYS THIS IS REALLY IMPORTANT

This is some action movie shit

The first and second are the most useful. Everything else, you’re probably going to forget in a state of shock. You’re better off using your body anyway as you’re gonna have a great shot of adrenaline to back up that punch. 

We all like to think we’d be James Bond in a situation like this, but we won’t. 

(via charleythehouseplant)

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Anonymous asked: I'm going to be a freshman in the fall and I'm kind of worried. I was wondering if you could give some advice? OR if there was advice you would have wanted to tell your past self, what would it be?

fandomsandfeminism:

ineffable-hufflepuff:

Oh goodness. So, I went to UT Austin and I do indeed have some grand wisdom to hand down. 

Where to begin:

  • BACK EVERYTHING ON YOUR COMPUTER UP EVERYWHERE. Use Google Docs. Use flashdrives. The cloud or whatever. I literally once had my laptop blue screen of death crash the night before an essay was due and I had to start from scratch because I hadn’t saved it anywhere else. Holy crap please back up your files. I got 2 hours of sleep. 
  • Go out of your way to talk to people when you have a little down time. It can be intimidating to make friends in college, but being lonely on a huge campus sucks. 
  • Get your textbooks from Amazon. Used. Always used. And wait until you actually go to class the first day to buy them. You never know, but sometimes professors change the book list at the last moment. (I once bought over a hundred dollars of books I didn’t need. It sucked.) 
  • Ok, this one is REALLY important- learn the signs for alcohol poisoning, and if you are ever at a party and see someone who is not in good shape call a god damn ambulance.Even if you are underage and drunk as hell, CALL THEM. MANY college towns in the US have laws where you can not be arrested for illegal substance use if you have called for medical help. (This goes for any drug use really) This is a worst case thing here, but really, really, really, do not just assume someone can sleep off an overdose.
  • If a professor says that you can’t finish the essay the night before: believe them. 
  • If you are struggling with a class, email your professor and see them during their office hours. Really. They know how to do well in their own class, and just having a face to put with your name goes a long way sometimes. 
  • Find the best cheap hole in the wall place within walking distance of where you sleep and treat yourself. 
  • Even if it seems tempting: Adderall and all nighters are really not the best way to prep for a test. (Spacing studying over several nights with juice / coffee breaks is far more effective at getting the info into long term memory) 
  • Try a new hobby! Hoola hooping, or D&D, or Fire Dancing, or Salsa dancing, or slam poetry. Find out what bizarre and interesting groups meet in campus and go to a few. I played Quidditch for a while and went to Electro concerts in the park. They also played free movies every week on one of the mall lawns. College is full of weird things: embrace them. 
  • No matter how bad your allergies are: NEVER take two Nyquil before a lecture. You will not stay awake. (I did this. Why, oh why did I do this?) 
  • One of the best ways to do a study guide, especially in your big lecture classes, is to create a Google Doc and share it with EVERYONE who is in that class (many colleges have course email lists set up.) Pop the blank study guide into the Google Doc and then EVERYONE (all 300 of you) can contribute to it. Collaborative learning at its best. 
  • Be prepared to have terrible group partners in group projects. Prepare for the worst. Prepare to do everything by yourself. (It is also ok to let the professor know if a group member is just unable or unwilling to help.) 
  • If your campus has an art collection on it/art shows/an art gallery: Go to it at least once. Its more fun than you would expect. You will also feel very mature and cultured and smart. You should feel this way. It is a good feeling.
  • Find your favorite spot on campus. (Mine was the court yard of the old architecture building. It had a reflection pond and ivy on the walls with these purple flowers and it was always so quiet.) Go there to read or study or nap when the weather is nice.
  • Buy about 4 times more pens than you think you need.
  • Sporting events are optional. I never liked them, but some people really dig it.
  • If you are on campus with a handheld video game system, there is a decent chance people will walk up and ask you about Jesus. (I had this happen to me MULTIPLE times while playing Pokemon.) Just…be aware of the possibility.
  • FOOD CARTS ARE YOUR FRIEND. Find tasty food carts.
  • On that note: do not forget to eat.
  • When writing an essay, make sure you understand the formatting your professor wants. APA and MLA are not the same. Also, there are websites that will generate works cited in any format you need for free online. (I used easybib)
  • There will be days when you feel overwhelmed and frustrated and you want to just give up and not do anything ever again because college is made of stress and vodka shots. It’s ok to feel this way. Take a small break. Take a walk. Go to your favorite spot on campus. Eat at your favorite food cart. 
  • Do not drink Four Loco. That shit will literally kill you. (Mixing energy drinks and alcohol, especially if you drink several of them increases your risk of alcohol poisoning because the caffeine will suppress your body’s natural defense to over-drinking: making you go to sleep.) Also they taste like luke warm donkey piss. Do not drink them. 
  • It’s ok to feel homesick. (I did) It’s ok to go home every other weekend for the first two semesters. (I did) It’s ok to call home multiple times a week (I did.) It’s ok to spend a friday night in pajamas, watching netflix, and doodling on your am in purple ink. (I did.)

This became a very long list. I apologize. I hope at least some of it is useful.  

Any college grad followers want to add any advice?

  • Find out if there’s a Facebook/social media of choice group  for your year, especially if students in higher years are in it. If there isn’t, try to organise one, go to whomever is responsible for helping students find their sea legs and stay informed about important shit. Check in regularly, this will clue you in on important updates that you might have missed otherwise and let you work on solutions as a group.
  • Similarly to the Google Docs suggestion, see if you can organise a shared Dropbox folder for your year, again for the purposes of sharing files and saving time (one person downloading a lecture pdf and uploading it to Dropbox vs.300 people downloading it, for example). This can also include sharing solutions to assignments, which is a double-edged blade: It’s a great safety net to fall back on if you’d have no way to get help otherwise and need help ASAP, but don’t grow too reliant on it to the point of not learning anything yourself.
  • Carry some conveniently-sized tupperware with you to cafeteria meals. Don’t throw away food or force it down anyway if you’re full, take it with you and save it for later. You’ll keep in shape better and you’ll save time by not having to cook the meal extra.
  • On that note, make sure you know how to do basic housework, laundry, and safely use kitchen appliances and cook before you leave home.
  • Because the OP doesn’t explicitly mention this: Get your sleep. Seriously, try to get those 7-8 hours, learning can only be fun if you’re not grumpy from sleep deprivation. Missing sleep also makes you more likely to get sick, none of that is fun or productive for college.
  • On that note, find a place you can be productive, the sort that would make you feel bad for dicking around. Usually the library, preferably some sort of quiet room.
  • Keep whatever notes and printed out material you have organised from the start, from day one. That way the hurdle of an increasing amount of paperwork needed to get sorted first won’t keep you from immediately starting to study when the time comes.
  • While books can be purchased decently cheap off Amazon, used, be aware that there’s also a huge amount of material available on the internet for free.
  • If you spend some time every weekend or so going over the material you’ve learned in that week, you’ll have a much easier time “properly” studying for the exam with that material later.
  • Always be aware of when the sign-up period for various classes you have to take begins and ends. It’s often sooner than you think.

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