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Joined Oct 10, 2012 at 09:14AM EDT



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I do both things, and stuff. I’m allergic to sunlight and people. For any wondering, it’s pronounced “Kin-tack”.
I like moonlit nights, strolls in fields strewn with corpses, demonic occurrences and my favorite ice cream flavor is vitriol.
Politically I make fun of pretty much every group out there because I disagree with them on something. I hate apologists (christian, feminist, or otherwise). I have no issue with any fandom you’re in, just know the difference between being a fan and being psychologically obsessed (respectively, to all Bronies, Whovians, Otakus, etc. out there)


(Music provided by the fantastic Bionic Kracken)

Recent Activity

Commented on 2aa.jpg

>Implying western nations begin acting civil

Jan 14, 2014 at 08:55AM EST

Commented on Confusing KYM since 2012

While the DBTG campaign had the ‘courtesy’ that even gay men can be rapists, it never included the possibility that women could be rapists (let alone lesbian)
No, in the end the message is just the same--rape is a natural male potential, all men possess it, even gay men, and if we don’t teach them not to rape they most certainly will. Adversely women are never capable of rape, because, well, they’re women.

Once again, the feminist rhetoric shows its face: Men are violent, rapey animals (even gay men!) but women are helpless, innocent victims. It is never the opposite.

Dec 04, 2013 at 11:46AM EST

Commented on 757.gif

Needs to turn red then start playing this audio:

Dec 01, 2013 at 02:47PM EST

Commented on 19a.jpg

“Not all feminists are like that”

Nov 30, 2013 at 09:20PM EST

Commented on DOOM!

Imma sing the doom song now “doom doom doom doomy doom doom”♫

Nov 27, 2013 at 10:16AM EST

Commented on ce7.png

>implying there are things on tumblr that don’t revolve around gender, feminism, and patriarchy

Nov 15, 2013 at 01:44PM EST

Commented on Men's Rights Movement

If patriarchy was a system set up to place men in power, to benefit men at the dis-empowerment of women, then the idea of the system somehow hurting men is an impossibility. Otherwise, it isn’t much of a patriarchy, is it?
Also, why is it in the span of a hundred years feminists claim to be responsible for achieving the vote, work-space for women, and sexual freedom, yet somehow had less success with conscription?
It could be argued the reason women are favored among men is typically we (society) assume men are unfit parents, or worse, naturally abusive (much like in domestic abuse cases).
Lastly, I thought our last encounter you said you don’t employ victimhood, yet you frame the idea that women who gain more custodial rights, and are excluded from a non-voluntary conscription are the ‘true victims’

Oct 25, 2013 at 01:06PM EDT

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