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Commented on Laud Piestrings' wall

“Yes”? That doesn’t help anything D:
But I’m going to assume you’re asking me what game I want, which would probably be a game called Kentucky Route Zero

Jul 06, 2013 at 12:22AM EDT

Commented on 971.jpg

Because gamer girls can’t wear makeup or dresses or do anything that differentiates them from their male gamer counterparts or else they’re being attention whores

Jul 05, 2013 at 01:12PM EDT

Commented on Men's Rights Movement

I’d hate to be that guy, but why wouldn’t we just add this information to the Misandry page? I think the two are rather relative, and unless in the future there is way more information added to this page there really doesn’t seem to be much point in this page being here

Jul 05, 2013 at 12:13PM EDT

Commented on Laud Piestrings' wall

Do you mean what games do I prefer that I already have in my library, or what games do I want in my library?

Jul 05, 2013 at 11:56AM EDT

Commented on 264.png

You’re right, I don’t find it inappropriate. Nor do I find it inappropriate to talk about the Avengers, or Pokemon, or Doctor Who on sites not related to it. What’s that? Too many people talk about ponies? Too bad, I’ll talk about ponies when I want to.

Jul 04, 2013 at 09:24AM EDT

Commented on 6f9.png

Those are hands down my favorite Japanese candy

Jul 02, 2013 at 01:57PM EDT


Part of character development includes characters developing and learning new things about themselves through other characters. The whole point of the show is having the main character and her friends develop, expand, and learn through their friendship. It would make sense for people to think the next step is Twilight learning romantic love. Of course, this is not the only way for her to grow further, but I find it a viable option.

Jul 01, 2013 at 01:29AM EDT

Commented on 415.jpg

It was like, I couldn’t touch pencil on paper without drawing a dick

Jun 29, 2013 at 05:33AM EDT

Commented on a01.jpg

They used to wonder what friendship could be

Jun 29, 2013 at 05:31AM EDT

Commented on Senator Wendy Davis' Filibuster

You have revealed my plan! You are very clever, but not clever enough to stop me from destroying the internet from the inside!

Jun 28, 2013 at 02:29PM EDT

Commented on 402.png

I watched Aladdin last night, and I could have sworn that it took place just before Jasmin’s 18th birthday and that’s why she had to marry. Granted, I watched this at 3 am so my memory might be a little foggy

Jun 28, 2013 at 01:15PM EDT

Commented on 327.png

It made millions of full grown men and women openly enjoy a show about pastel ponies. I find that pretty groundbreaking

Not on the same level as Batman TAS though

Jun 28, 2013 at 04:48AM EDT

Commented on Senator Wendy Davis' Filibuster

I’m sorry, I know why abortion is considered a “women’s issue” (it obviously has to do specifically with a woman’s personal life and choices), but I myself can not consider abortion a women’s issue. I find this to be more of a moral issue. Why? Well, for one, I think both genders should have a say in what happens to the citizens (unborn or otherwise) of their country. But also because I have yet to hear someone say they think abortion should be illegal because abortion just gives too much power to women. You know the arguments I hear? That pro-lifers think it’s immoral, that it’s against their religion, that they see it as a textbook definition of murder, that they believe life starts at conception. You know what? I find these points to be (for the most part, and when argued properly) reasonable. It is very hard to make someone see something as anything more than a crime against an unborn child, and calling them sexist scum for finding abortion to be morally wrong helps nobody. I personally am a pro-choice woman, but I have had some wonderful (and emotional) debates on this issue from people on the other side (including some that are on this site) and while I disagree with them, I can respect their own opinions. I think we need a little more understanding on the pro-life debate beyond “They’re anti-progressive, misogynistic, religious nuts that want to stop women’s rights”

Jun 28, 2013 at 04:32AM EDT

Commented on 1d2.png

Because abortions are illegal for the sake of punishing women, not because it’s a moral issue. Also, am I missing something, because I don’t remember hearing anything about blacks having their right to vote being taken


Jun 27, 2013 at 09:27AM EDT

Commented on e31.jpg

Can we discuss how fucking tiny the second tallest person’s head is in comparison to the rest of his body?

Jun 27, 2013 at 09:13AM EDT

Commented on 97c.jpg

He was popular? I thought he just had a band? Well look who wasn’t paying enough attention =/

Jun 26, 2013 at 01:38AM EDT

Commented on 745.jpg

At least Flashlight wasn’t a destructive relationship played as romance.

Jun 24, 2013 at 09:29AM EDT

Commented on Some F&#king people...

  • psst * You can tell this is an obvious satire by the way this poster said that a woman was literally raped on stage in the Microsoft conference.
Jun 23, 2013 at 11:09PM EDT

Commented on Misandry

I’m sorry, but I can’t quite follow the logic here. First off, while I have heard people blame misandry on feminism (most likely in reference to the more radical feminists), I have yet to actually here someone say they blame gender equality for misandry, and I certainly do not see it as an opinion that is the norm among those that use the term “misandry”. Your argument on whether or not male stereotypes are based on misogynistic stereotypes feels an awful lot like a “which came first, the chicken or the egg” argument. I could just as easily say women being thought of as weak or timid came from the idea that men are violent and it wouldn’t make a single difference about the fact that these are harmful stereotypes today. Saying misandry exists because of misogyny is a moot point because their is no hierarchy of which stereotype is the worst one because it’s all subjective. I personally would much rather be thought of as stupid than have people think that it’s in my nature to rape.

Jun 23, 2013 at 01:38AM EDT

Commented on Fifths' wall

Yeah, I start school in the fall ^^ I unfortunately haven’t been doing many projects lately beyond simple pony drawings and sketches in my books, but I really can’t wait to start getting in my groove again when I start classes. I’ve been stressing too much about paying for the god damn thing lately, though.

Do you go to school, fifths?

Jun 22, 2013 at 12:01PM EDT

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