White Supremacy Memes

communismkills:

"Gender is a social construct."

"Sometimes, I feel like a girl!"

"Gender roles are outdated."

"I like wearing dresses, so I identify as a female!"

Somehow, to social justice warriors, this is logically consistent.

Women Against Feminism

  • Feminist:
    If you're not a feminist, you are ignorant.
  • Person:
    Feminism itself has turned into a very ignorant movement.
  • Feminist:
    Women in America are oppressed!
  • Person:
    How so? We have every right that men do.
  • Feminist:
    Girls have to follow dress codes at school.
  • Person:
    So do boys. Everyone has to dress decently for the learning environment.
  • Feminist:
    Women only make 77¢ for every $1 men do.
  • Person:
    That argument has been debunked countless times. It has far more to do with career choices than it does with sexism. You as well as I know that the wage gap is not real.
  • Feminist:
    Not enough women are majoring in math and science.
  • Person:
    What did you major in?
  • Feminist:
    Women's Studies.
  • Feminist:
    The Supreme Court didn't rule the way we wanted them to and that means women are being denied the right to access birth control.
  • Person:
    But that's not accurate. Just because someone isn't paying for your stuff doesn't mean they're denying you access to getting it.
  • Feminist:
    Rape culture.
  • Person:
    Even RAINN, one of the most trusted sources of sexual violence information in the nation, has dismissed that idea. Rape is treated as one of the most serious crimes a person can commit in our country. Just because it unfortunately happens sometimes doesn't mean our culture is one that promotes it.
  • Feminist:
    1 in 4 women will be raped or sexually assaulted in her lifetime.
  • Person:
    No crime in the United States has an incidence rate that high. That statistic came from an extremely biased and flawed telephone survey in 1982. There's not an epidemic like you keep saying there is. Even according to the U.S. Bureau of Justice, rape has actually decreased dramatically in the past few decades, despite an increase in the willingness of victims to report it.
  • Feminist:
    Elliot Roger killed 7 women and that is an example of rampant misogyny in society. #YesAllWomen
  • Person:
    No, he killed 3 women and 4 men. You erased the 4 male victims of that tragedy because it didn't fit your narrative. And you continue to dismiss the problem of mental illness in our society because it doesn't fit your narrative either.
  • Feminist:
    If you're a woman who doesn't accept feminism, you're an ungrateful fool harboring internalized misogyny. Look at all the rights feminism has given you in the past!
  • Person:
    But those were things in the past, not the present. The feminist movement has changed dramatically since the time of granting women equal rights. And just because a person doesn't agree with what the feminist movement is doing doesn't mean they hate women. Feminism doesn't speak on behalf of all women.
  • Feminist:
    If you're not a feminist, you are ignorant.

Anonymous: Cur es valde stultus? Tu fac tuus mater lacrimit

Cur num Latine loquoris. Scio “google translate” utebaris. Nescies. Tu eges ad scholam ire.

heritage-and-tradition:

acatwalkedacrossthekeyboard:

heritage-and-tradition:

whitesupremacymemes:

acatwalkedacrossthekeyboard:

whitesupremacymemes:

acatwalkedacrossthekeyboard:

rainistess:

acatwalkedacrossthekeyboard:

rainistess:

whitesupremacymemes:

OMG SO RACIST!!!

Good. Stupid shit like this should always be taken down. 
What actually needs to be done is to teach people how to dress appropriately in public buildings for fuck’s sake.

People do know how to dress appropriately in public and they do - almost all the time. Do you see people walking around in lingerie or wearing banana costumes as they go about their daily lives? Of course not.
Here is the thing. In summer it is hot hot HOT. Wearing shorts and t-shirts that expose a little more skin so that the sweat wicks away and actually cools me ISN’T too much to ask, especially if it’s socially acceptable for men to go around shirtless. Hell, if that guy with hair all over his chest who honestly looks disgusting can do it, why can’t I wear non-nunnery apparel? Because in society, because I have a vagina, I am now considered to be a sexual object, whether I want to or not.
The hairy dude who goes shirtless is seen as confident when he does that. If I wore spaghetti straps or anything that exposed my shoulders or even a part of my chest, I would be seen as “seeking attention” and “asking for it”. And why? Both of us are trying for the same thing. Both of us are just trying to stay cool.
Hell, I have had heatstroke a couple of times in the past. It’s not a fun experience, but thanks to society, doing just one thing to make heatstroke less likely in the future would be unacceptable in public, just because I happen to have boobs and a vagina.
I don’t know about how many of your brain cells expired, but to anybody with even half of their psychological functions, it is quite clear that there is something wrong with that system.

????/?? Do you?? even listen//??? Way to take the topic from public buildings to casual outdoor situations. 
No boy is allowed to be fucking shirtless in a classroom, jesus christ. And neither sex can wear an inappropriate amount of clothing at school. 
I’m pretty sure your brain cells have expired, because you just wrote a bunch of paragraphs blowing hot hair on a separate topic to make yourself look educated. 

Inside it’s even more so. I can’t tell you how hot it gets in the school building because of hundreds of students collectively sweating.
There was a time at the school where I went when the floors were sweating it was so hot (what happened was the sweat evaporated and then condensed on the freshly waxed floors that were cooler than the air).
And yet if my shoulders are showing, it is “inappropriate”. Knowing I have knees is going to distract penis people.
What I was mentioning before was perspective. I can go outside and see a hairy dude going shirtless, yet if my shorts are even a millimeter too short, my educational day is interrupted and I have to go change/be sent home just because I decided to dress sensibly for the situations.
Again, I have had heatstroke in the past. One of those times, it was in school and I had to go home because I passed out for a moment and almost fell and hit my head. Yet the length of my shorts/skirt and sleeves matter. Again, if I’m not going nude or in my underwear and I’m not wearing a banana costume, it really shouldn’t matter.

So, men aren’t allowed to go shirtless, but women can wear anything short of lingerie?!

When did I say men can’t go shirtless? I don’t- you accused me of not understanding your point, but then you only choose a part of mine to focus on.
Mine is that it’s not easy to determine how “appropriate” something is for the public, especially since there are different standards for different public functions.
Essentially, what is “appropriate” is what will be conducive to whatever the current function is, and in school, provided we aren’t wearing anything absurd or offensive, there is literally nothing but personal comfort that needs to be accounted for, because apparel contributes nothing to making or breaking our educations.

You still think school is the best place to get educated. How cute.

Knee-length shorts will still keep you cool and they’re allowed in school. There’s no reason to wear short-shorts to class. Also, if a guy wore shorts that showed his upper thighs, he’d be sent to the office too, so stop acting like only girls are restricted. You being half naked in class is distracting to other students (even to the ones that are not ‘aroused’ by your body) so why should you have the right to interrupt their educations? People like you are the reason why so many schools switch to uniforms.
School is supposed to be the training ground for your professional life. You are supposed to act and dress in a manner that would be appropriate at a future job. Are you planning on telling your boss that you can wear whatever the hell you want to as long as you’re comfortable?

You’re blatantly assuming I wear booty shorts and show up half-naked to class without seeing me. Classy. (In actuality, I am uncomfortable with clothing like that physically because it digs in and doesn’t feel right.)
However, that is irrelevant. A pair of shorts that goes halfway down the thigh or slightly higher is not unreasonable. A tank top that shows my shoulders and wicks the sweat off my back is not unreasonable.
On top of this, a body is not a distraction unless people choose to be distracted by it. Knowing somebody has skin isn’t going to hurt you. Hell, if you’re looking at what somebody is wearing, your focus was lost long ago and you probably weren’t intending to pay attention to the teacher to begin with.
And if you’re looking at the teacher or at your work, you do see things in your peripheral vision, but hardly enough to tell if that one person’s shoulders are showing or not.
Besides, here is the thing about denim, or really any kind of fabric, the ingredient in pants an shorts. It is an insulator. That is why “green” homes use it instead of that pink stuff. It keeps the body’s heat in. So yeah, shorter shorts will keep you cooler, because there is less insulation, and depending on the person, it can mean the difference between suffering through class and ending up out cold on the desk with an ambulance on the way.
As for professionalism, these rules are generally more lax, and if in cases like this, they aren’t, you could stay cool while wearing winter clothing because of this lovely thing that schools don’t have called air conditioning. Otherwise, the dress code is in place for safety reasons, but in school, you hardly encounter scenarios you would encounter on jobs with a safety dress code.

Did I say booty-shorts? No. I said short-shorts, as in ones that show your thighs. If you’re showing more skin than you’re covering, then that is half naked. Like I said, knee-length shorts and a thing t-shirt will cool you off just fine.
Ah, yes. You showing so much skin couldn’t possibly be making other students feel uncomfortable… And nobody sets behind you, having your body in their line of sight when trying to look at the teacher.
Six inches of your thigh is definitely going be the difference between heat stroke and survival. Wearing a thinner fabric couldn’t possibly work. Or wear a knee-length dress that always for air-circulation. No, you have to wear the short-shorts.
Dress codes are for safety AND professionalism. If you don’t want to follow the rules, stop going to school. There are plenty of online options if comfort is so important to you. I’ve sat in an unairconditioned portable in 95 degree heat with 100% humidity wearing long jeans and a t-shirt and I made it through fine. Stop being a whiny little brat about it being hot and demanding that rules be changed just so you can be comfortable.

heritage-and-tradition:

acatwalkedacrossthekeyboard:

heritage-and-tradition:

whitesupremacymemes:

acatwalkedacrossthekeyboard:

whitesupremacymemes:

acatwalkedacrossthekeyboard:

rainistess:

acatwalkedacrossthekeyboard:

rainistess:

whitesupremacymemes:

OMG
SO RACIST!!!

Good. Stupid shit like this should always be taken down. 

What actually needs to be done is to teach people how to dress appropriately in public buildings for fuck’s sake.

People do know how to dress appropriately in public and they do - almost all the time. Do you see people walking around in lingerie or wearing banana costumes as they go about their daily lives? Of course not.

Here is the thing. In summer it is hot hot HOT. Wearing shorts and t-shirts that expose a little more skin so that the sweat wicks away and actually cools me ISN’T too much to ask, especially if it’s socially acceptable for men to go around shirtless. Hell, if that guy with hair all over his chest who honestly looks disgusting can do it, why can’t I wear non-nunnery apparel? Because in society, because I have a vagina, I am now considered to be a sexual object, whether I want to or not.

The hairy dude who goes shirtless is seen as confident when he does that. If I wore spaghetti straps or anything that exposed my shoulders or even a part of my chest, I would be seen as “seeking attention” and “asking for it”. And why? Both of us are trying for the same thing. Both of us are just trying to stay cool.

Hell, I have had heatstroke a couple of times in the past. It’s not a fun experience, but thanks to society, doing just one thing to make heatstroke less likely in the future would be unacceptable in public, just because I happen to have boobs and a vagina.

I don’t know about how many of your brain cells expired, but to anybody with even half of their psychological functions, it is quite clear that there is something wrong with that system.

????/?? Do you?? even listen//??? Way to take the topic from public buildings to casual outdoor situations. 

No boy is allowed to be fucking shirtless in a classroom, jesus christ. And neither sex can wear an inappropriate amount of clothing at school. 

I’m pretty sure your brain cells have expired, because you just wrote a bunch of paragraphs blowing hot hair on a separate topic to make yourself look educated. 

Inside it’s even more so. I can’t tell you how hot it gets in the school building because of hundreds of students collectively sweating.

There was a time at the school where I went when the floors were sweating it was so hot (what happened was the sweat evaporated and then condensed on the freshly waxed floors that were cooler than the air).

And yet if my shoulders are showing, it is “inappropriate”. Knowing I have knees is going to distract penis people.

What I was mentioning before was perspective. I can go outside and see a hairy dude going shirtless, yet if my shorts are even a millimeter too short, my educational day is interrupted and I have to go change/be sent home just because I decided to dress sensibly for the situations.

Again, I have had heatstroke in the past. One of those times, it was in school and I had to go home because I passed out for a moment and almost fell and hit my head. Yet the length of my shorts/skirt and sleeves matter. Again, if I’m not going nude or in my underwear and I’m not wearing a banana costume, it really shouldn’t matter.

So, men aren’t allowed to go shirtless, but women can wear anything short of lingerie?!

When did I say men can’t go shirtless? I don’t- you accused me of not understanding your point, but then you only choose a part of mine to focus on.

Mine is that it’s not easy to determine how “appropriate” something is for the public, especially since there are different standards for different public functions.

Essentially, what is “appropriate” is what will be conducive to whatever the current function is, and in school, provided we aren’t wearing anything absurd or offensive, there is literally nothing but personal comfort that needs to be accounted for, because apparel contributes nothing to making or breaking our educations.

You still think school is the best place to get educated. How cute.

Knee-length shorts will still keep you cool and they’re allowed in school. There’s no reason to wear short-shorts to class. Also, if a guy wore shorts that showed his upper thighs, he’d be sent to the office too, so stop acting like only girls are restricted. You being half naked in class is distracting to other students (even to the ones that are not ‘aroused’ by your body) so why should you have the right to interrupt their educations? People like you are the reason why so many schools switch to uniforms.

School is supposed to be the training ground for your professional life. You are supposed to act and dress in a manner that would be appropriate at a future job. Are you planning on telling your boss that you can wear whatever the hell you want to as long as you’re comfortable?

You’re blatantly assuming I wear booty shorts and show up half-naked to class without seeing me. Classy. (In actuality, I am uncomfortable with clothing like that physically because it digs in and doesn’t feel right.)

However, that is irrelevant. A pair of shorts that goes halfway down the thigh or slightly higher is not unreasonable. A tank top that shows my shoulders and wicks the sweat off my back is not unreasonable.

On top of this, a body is not a distraction unless people choose to be distracted by it. Knowing somebody has skin isn’t going to hurt you. Hell, if you’re looking at what somebody is wearing, your focus was lost long ago and you probably weren’t intending to pay attention to the teacher to begin with.

And if you’re looking at the teacher or at your work, you do see things in your peripheral vision, but hardly enough to tell if that one person’s shoulders are showing or not.

Besides, here is the thing about denim, or really any kind of fabric, the ingredient in pants an shorts. It is an insulator. That is why “green” homes use it instead of that pink stuff. It keeps the body’s heat in. So yeah, shorter shorts will keep you cooler, because there is less insulation, and depending on the person, it can mean the difference between suffering through class and ending up out cold on the desk with an ambulance on the way.

As for professionalism, these rules are generally more lax, and if in cases like this, they aren’t, you could stay cool while wearing winter clothing because of this lovely thing that schools don’t have called air conditioning. Otherwise, the dress code is in place for safety reasons, but in school, you hardly encounter scenarios you would encounter on jobs with a safety dress code.

Did I say booty-shorts? No. I said short-shorts, as in ones that show your thighs. If you’re showing more skin than you’re covering, then that is half naked. Like I said, knee-length shorts and a thing t-shirt will cool you off just fine.

Ah, yes. You showing so much skin couldn’t possibly be making other students feel uncomfortable… And nobody sets behind you, having your body in their line of sight when trying to look at the teacher.

Six inches of your thigh is definitely going be the difference between heat stroke and survival. Wearing a thinner fabric couldn’t possibly work. Or wear a knee-length dress that always for air-circulation. No, you have to wear the short-shorts.

Dress codes are for safety AND professionalism. If you don’t want to follow the rules, stop going to school. There are plenty of online options if comfort is so important to you. I’ve sat in an unairconditioned portable in 95 degree heat with 100% humidity wearing long jeans and a t-shirt and I made it through fine. Stop being a whiny little brat about it being hot and demanding that rules be changed just so you can be comfortable.