charmstrong3 asked: Do you not find it disgusting that Women didn't have the vote until LESS than 100 years ago? That we had to obey a government that completely ignored our sex. That women had to fight, starve, be tortured & even die for the vote? Because that's what it took for our voices to be heard. How can you not think that it's appalling when women get paid less than men for doing THE SAME jobs? Particularly in professions such as lawyers and doctors. I believe in equality. You don't.
No I don’t. In the U.S it was 1920. But what year is this again? Oh yeah, 2014! I don”t live in the past. They died? Really? Exaggerating much on the death and torture? Wow. Where is that written down? A feminist museum? Andrea Dworkin’s memoirs. I know they lobbied and protested, and found MEN that voted to give them the right to vote. You act as though women we’re treated like savages. Women have always been protected and coddled by men. You feminazis just focus on the bad apples and then generalize an entire gender for those few. I’m supposed to feel emotion over something that occurred way before my time, my father’s and grandfather’s time? All I’ve ever seen my entire life is women get whatever they want and do whatever they want to do.
"How can you not think that it’s appalling when women get paid less than men for doing THE SAME jobs? Particularly in professions such as lawyers and doctors."
None of that is true and it’s nothing but feminist propaganda. In those professions you mentioned people are paid different because of knowledge and experience. It has nothing to do with gender. So by your logic a man just out of med or law school should be paid the same as a female brain surgeon or lawyer that’s ready to retire? Is that right? You think that’s equality? You have no understanding how the system works. Mostly because you’ve been lied to and brainwashed by feminists and social media.
There is not a equality problem in any first world country. Women and men have the same rights as one another. So why don’t you take your bleeding heart and go to Saudi Arabia or like minded places where women need a rights movement because this mindset is bordering on delusional and masochistic.
So in America it was less than 100 years correct but over here In Britain it was 1918 when we got the vote… not too much difference. And yes they did die. Emily Wilding Davison was a suffragette who threw herself user the kings horse at the derby in order to promote her cause. She died. Many suffragettes were killed on rallies and through hunger strikes and some were killed when attacked by groups of anti-suffrage movements.
They were tortured in prisons with feeding tubes forced down there throats and the cat and mouse game that was constantly played by the authorities. No I am not over exaggerating. If you are going to claim that I am then please do your research first and don’t be so ignorant. I know what I am talking about.
(The above and below two pictures are of one suffragette, alone, being attacked by a huge group of men. Molly coddled were they?)
(The above picture is of a suffragette hacing a tube forced down her throat in prison. Sometimes they were force fed until they were sick. That is a form of torture.)
(And this final above picture is of the moment Emily Wilding Davison was killed by the king’s horse whilst promoting her campaign. But no one died am I right?)
As for “living in the past” I think you’ll find it’s important we honour our history and learn from it.
You may not feel sad about something that happened all those years back but there’s plenty of people who do. And a lot of this stuff is still happening today. Not necessarily in Britain but it is happening in other countries. What about the girl who was shot for going to school? That’s one example for you.
And finally no it isn’t “feminist propaganda” it is a proven fact that women are paid less. It’s just people such as yourself turning a blind eye to it that think it’s untrue.
People need to realise “Get over yourself lady” is NOT an anti-feminist page but an anti-women page
So proud of these women! Makes me so proud to be British💕
They were amazing women and we owe so much to them! Certainly much braver than getoveryourselflady who didn’t even have the balls to acknowledge it when proven wrong.
Ladies I think we won this round ; )
YOU GO GIRL
Bad news. A major vulnerability, known as “Heartbleed,” has been disclosed for the technology that powers encryption across the majority of the internet. That includes Tumblr.
We have no evidence of any breach and, like most networks, our team took immediate action to fix the issue.
But this still means that the little lock icon (HTTPS) we all trusted to keep our passwords, personal emails, and credit cards safe, was actually making all that private information accessible to anyone who knew about the exploit.
[ bad advice snipped ]
You’ll be hearing more in the news over the coming days. Take care.
But don’t change your password yet?
That’s what daveio says on the twitters
Heartbleed is a very, very big deal, and it’s quite rightly scaring the crap out of people. The response here is more complicated than ‘change your passwords’, and that complication is very important.
Heartbleed dumps a portion of the server’s memory out to the attacker. This chunk of memory can contain sensitive information, including your password.
Here’s the kicker: the more recently a vulnerable server has processed your password, the more likely it is to appear in one of these chunks.
And more importantly, if you change your password, you are risking both your old and new passwords.
- Go to filippo.io/Heartbleed. Type in the domain name of the site you want to check (for tumblr, you would enter tumblr.com) and press “Go!”
- If and only if you get a message saying that the site is “not affected”, change your password on that site and any other sites that you use it on. In future, use unique passwords for each site.
- If you get a message saying that the site is vulnerable, do not use that site. Keep checking every so often, and only use the site again when you get the “not affected” response.
Send me an ask if you need help or more information, I’ll do what I can.
::points:: listen to this man. this shit is his job AND his passion.
welcome to harvard: linguistics 101
Is this reality?
yo the word fucking is actually really interesting because it’s one of american english’s only infixes
YES THIS IS ACTUALLY REALLY COOL MY AP ENGLISH TEACHER WENT ON A 5-MINUTE RANT ABOUT “FUCK” AND HOW IT’S THE ONLY WORD YOU CAN INSERT INTO OTHER WORDS
I JUST HAVE A LOT OF FEELINGS ABOUT THE WORD “FUCK” OKAY
this is the BEST THING our teacher went firing off for like half an hour back in community college about expletive infixation and i still have a page of notes somewhere covered in arrows and like forty instances of FUCK in all caps
Moffat: "Figure out how Sherlock will get out of this poolside standoff with Moriarty!"
Fans: *draws twenty theories*
Moffat: "Heh, I guess now that people are making theories I should come up with an answer myself, huh?"
Moffat: "Figure out how Sherlock survived the fall!"
Fans: "Youtube videos, freeze frames, gif sets establishing theories."
Moffat: "Joke’s on you! There is no solution! Isn’t it fun to have a little mystery?”
Moffat: "Solve the mystery of Mary! What’s her past? Who is she?"
Fans: "Well, she’s obviously a former criminal, but beyond that, you’ve finally stumped us, Moffat! Good job! :D "
Moffat: "Heh, there is no answer. John throws it away."
Moffat: "Figure how Moriarty’s still alive and we-"
Watching QI and constantly getting distracted by how attractive Tim Minchin is.
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This week, Jessica addresses Spring Cleaning.