SUPERMEGABOT

What You Can Do [To Name The Problem Of Male Violence]

1. Replace the phrase “violence against women,” everywhere you or your feminist organizations currently use it, with the phrase “male violence against women” or possibly “male-pattern violence against women.”

2. Specifically name the most prevalent kind of domestic violence as “male-pattern violence in the home.”

3. When writing and speaking about male-pattern violence, actively name the perpetrator or at least the gender of the perpetrator: “A man raped a woman.” Do away with expressions such as “a woman was raped,” “her rapist” and every kind of wording that focuses on rape as a problem only for women.

4. Wherever possible, present statistics about violence in ways that clearly indicate the gender of the perpetrator, not just of the victim: Instead of “Every 15 minutes a woman is raped,” which makes rape seem like a female problem, try “Every 15 minutes, a man rapes a woman.” Or better: “Every 15 minutes, a man commits a rape.”

5. Call people on their defensiveness against acknowledging male violence. Watch for the classic defenses (see Ways People Deny Male Violence) and point them out.

6. Know the statistics and cite them often.

7. Talk about male-pattern violence openly and constantly. Make sure everyone you know is aware of this particularly masculine problem. Discuss it with your children. Discuss it with male friends. Discuss it with female friends. Discuss it in classrooms, in gossip sessions, and in bars.

8. Study the phenomenon. Examine how the construction of masculinity contributes to the commission of violence. Read what researchers such as James Gilligan are finding about why men become violent.

9. Encourage men to explore and question the cult of masculinity. If you are a man, call other men on their unexamined acceptance of mainstream masculinity.

10. Don’t accept male violence. Make it stop.

Jennie Ruby, Male Pattern Violence [X] (via witchbornwitch)

brianmichaelbendis:

I’m Batman! // gifset by kane52630 (2014)

I AM THE GODDAMN BATMAN

birdsy-purplefishes:

coeur-de-porcelaine:

maccahawk:

This is it. This is pretty much the pentacle of male privilege in the U.S. When a husband whole heartedly believes that he is a victim to unfair treatment by his wife because she denied him sex 26 times in a month.  

When a man think his pleasures is more important than a women NOT WANTING TO HAVE SEX and since they are married he has every right to her body and by denying him access to her body she is denying him said right. 

He thinks her “excuses” for having sex are also unreasonable. And what are some of those “excuses”?

-She was too tired to have sex.

-She was sick.

-She was too drunk.

-She felt tender (in vaginal region) after having sex the other day.

-They didn’t have enough time because they had somewhere to be. (Which means he was fully prepared to have enough time to get himself off INSIDE his wife while knowing they wouldn’t have enough time for her pleasure)

These are all unreasonable “excuses”

 I saw the Reddit thread, and most people were siding with him because she was committing the unacceptable crime of not having sex with him, and even among those who were more sympathetic were starting with ”he did it in an immature way…BUT” and it’s just so depressing how much people hate women that are not ”fulfilling their purpose” of being fucked by men. 

The comments on the Buzzfeed link are full of women defending the guy.

It makes me so fucking sick.

Urgh

rebelbaes:

via FB group Tribal Unity 4 Liberation

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The Forgotten Holocaust:

The Eastern Slave Trade



The Arab Slave Trade is the longest yet least discussed of the two major trades. It begins in the 7th century AD as Arabs and other Asians poured…

mixcloud:

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mixcloud:

This is a truly special mix by the guys at Sound Colour Vibration.

Listen to 44-minutes of the world’s first exposure to the Moog Music Inc. synthesizer:

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stayglued:

The City Never Sleeps, Pt. 2
Genre: Rap / Hip Hop/ Boom Bap / Underground / Backpack RapYear: 2014
Disc 1
01 - Fat Joe - John Blaze [ft. Big Punisher, Jadakiss, Nas & Raekwon]02 - The Beatnuts - Watch Out Now [ft. Yellaklaw]03 - Tracey Lee - Keep Your Hands High [ft. The Notorious B.I.G.]04 - Missin’ Linx - M.I.A.05 - Bumpy Knuckles - Bumpy Knuckles Baby06 - Screwball - F.A.Y.B.A.N.07 - Busta Rhymes - Put Your Hands Where My Eyes Could See08 - Def Squad - Full Cooperation09 - Lost Boyz - Jeeps, Lex Coups, Bimaz & Benz10 - De La Soul - Stakes Is High11 - Common - One-Nine-Nine-Nine [ft. Sadat X]12 - Pete Rock - Tru Master [ft. Inspectah Deck & Kurupt]13 - All City - The Actual14 - Gang Starr - Full Clip15 - Royal Flush - Iced Down Medallions [ft. Noreaga]16 - Big L - Flamboyant17 - Jay-Z - A Million and One Questions / Rhyme No More18 - Lord Tariq & Peter Gunz - Deja Vu (Uptown Baby)19 - Blahzay Blahzay - Danger20 - Pacewon - I Declare War21 - EPMD - Da Joint
Disc 2
01 - The Notorious B.I.G. - Ten Crack Commandments02 - Mobb Deep - Quiet Storm03 - Cocoa Brovaz - Black Trump [ft. Raekwon]04 - Wu-Tang Clan - Older Gods05 - Black Attack - Verbal Attack [ft. Problemz]06 - Showbiz & A.G. - Spit07 - The Roots - Clones [ft. Dice Raw & M.A.R.S. Co-Op]08 - D.I.T.C. - The Enemy09 - D&D All-Stars - 1, 2 Pass It10 - Black Moon - Headz Ain’t Redee [Original Buckshot Mix, ft. Heltah Skeltah, O.G.C. & Smif-N-Wessun]11 - Raekwon - Rainy Dayz [Mr. Dalvin Remix, ft. Ghostface Killah]12 - Scientifik - As Long As You Know [ft. Ed O.G]13 - Gravediggaz - 1-800 Suicide14 - Ras Kass - Anything Goes15 - Mic Geronimo - Masta I.C. [ft. Royal Flush]16 - Mad Skillz - Skillz in ‘9517 - Witchdoctor - Georgia Plains (Holy Grounds) [ft. Cool Breeze]18 - Goodie Mob - Dirty South [ft. Big Boi & Cool Breeze]19 - Too $hort & Erick Sermon - Buy You Some20 - Masta Ace Incorporated - Top Ten List
Disc 3
01 - Artifacts - It’s Getting Hot [K-Def Remix]02 - Cru - Just Another Case [ft. Slick Rick]03 - World Renown - How Nice I Am04 - Cella Dwellas - Good Dwellas05 - O.C. - My World06 - OutKast - Da Art of Storytellin’ (Pt. 1)07 - Pharoahe Monch - Queens08 - Intelligent Hoodlum - Street Life [Return of the Life Mix]09 - 2Pac - Temptations10 - J-Live - Braggin Writes [Dome Cracker Remix]11 - Godfather Don - Status12 - Sound Providers - The Field13 - Shadez of Brooklyn - Change14 - Natural Resource - Negro League Baseball15 - Organized Konfusion - Somehow, Someway16 - Keith Murray - The Rhyme [Slum Village Street Remix]17 - A Tribe Called Quest - Get a Hold18 - Slum Village - The Look of Love19 - Reflection Eternal - 2000 Seasons
Disc 4
01 - All Natural - 50 Years02 - Jigmastas - If03 - Mike Zoot - High Drama [ft. Mos Def]04 - Black Star - Another World05 - Basement Khemists - Everybody (L.I.F.E.)06 - Truth Enola - Voicetress [ft. De La Soul]07 - Scaramanga - 7XL [ft. Puba & Sadat X]08 - Souls of Mischief - Step to My Girl09 - Lootpack - Whenimondamic10 - Peanut Butter Wolf - Definition of Ill [Madlib Remix, ft. Planet Asia]11 - Aceyalone - The Faces12 - Brothers of the Mind - Kick Facts13 - Big Kwam - Verbalise [DJ Spinna Remix]14 - L-Fudge - What If [ft. Shabaam Sahdeeq, Talib Kweli & Skam]15 - Medina Green - Fla La Lashe [ft. Mos Def]16 - Choclair - Twenty One Years17 - MF Doom - Gas Drawls18 - Mystik Journeymen - Depths of Survival19 - Juggaknots - Clear Blue Skies
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SUMMER BUMP

stayglued:

The City Never Sleeps, Pt. 2


Genre:
Rap / Hip Hop/ Boom Bap / Underground / Backpack Rap
Year: 2014

Disc 1

01 - Fat Joe - John Blaze [ft. Big Punisher, Jadakiss, Nas & Raekwon]
02 - The Beatnuts - Watch Out Now [ft. Yellaklaw]
03 - Tracey Lee - Keep Your Hands High [ft. The Notorious B.I.G.]
04 - Missin’ Linx - M.I.A.
05 - Bumpy Knuckles - Bumpy Knuckles Baby
06 - Screwball - F.A.Y.B.A.N.
07 - Busta Rhymes - Put Your Hands Where My Eyes Could See
08 - Def Squad - Full Cooperation
09 - Lost Boyz - Jeeps, Lex Coups, Bimaz & Benz
10 - De La Soul - Stakes Is High
11 - Common - One-Nine-Nine-Nine [ft. Sadat X]
12 - Pete Rock - Tru Master [ft. Inspectah Deck & Kurupt]
13 - All City - The Actual
14 - Gang Starr - Full Clip
15 - Royal Flush - Iced Down Medallions [ft. Noreaga]
16 - Big L - Flamboyant
17 - Jay-Z - A Million and One Questions / Rhyme No More
18 - Lord Tariq & Peter Gunz - Deja Vu (Uptown Baby)
19 - Blahzay Blahzay - Danger
20 - Pacewon - I Declare War
21 - EPMD - Da Joint

Disc 2

01 - The Notorious B.I.G. - Ten Crack Commandments
02 - Mobb Deep - Quiet Storm
03 - Cocoa Brovaz - Black Trump [ft. Raekwon]
04 - Wu-Tang Clan - Older Gods
05 - Black Attack - Verbal Attack [ft. Problemz]
06 - Showbiz & A.G. - Spit
07 - The Roots - Clones [ft. Dice Raw & M.A.R.S. Co-Op]
08 - D.I.T.C. - The Enemy
09 - D&D All-Stars - 1, 2 Pass It
10 - Black Moon - Headz Ain’t Redee [Original Buckshot Mix, ft. Heltah Skeltah, O.G.C. & Smif-N-Wessun]
11 - Raekwon - Rainy Dayz [Mr. Dalvin Remix, ft. Ghostface Killah]
12 - Scientifik - As Long As You Know [ft. Ed O.G]
13 - Gravediggaz - 1-800 Suicide
14 - Ras Kass - Anything Goes
15 - Mic Geronimo - Masta I.C. [ft. Royal Flush]
16 - Mad Skillz - Skillz in ‘95
17 - Witchdoctor - Georgia Plains (Holy Grounds) [ft. Cool Breeze]
18 - Goodie Mob - Dirty South [ft. Big Boi & Cool Breeze]
19 - Too $hort & Erick Sermon - Buy You Some
20 - Masta Ace Incorporated - Top Ten List

Disc 3

01 - Artifacts - It’s Getting Hot [K-Def Remix]
02 - Cru - Just Another Case [ft. Slick Rick]
03 - World Renown - How Nice I Am
04 - Cella Dwellas - Good Dwellas
05 - O.C. - My World
06 - OutKast - Da Art of Storytellin’ (Pt. 1)
07 - Pharoahe Monch - Queens
08 - Intelligent Hoodlum - Street Life [Return of the Life Mix]
09 - 2Pac - Temptations
10 - J-Live - Braggin Writes [Dome Cracker Remix]
11 - Godfather Don - Status
12 - Sound Providers - The Field
13 - Shadez of Brooklyn - Change
14 - Natural Resource - Negro League Baseball
15 - Organized Konfusion - Somehow, Someway
16 - Keith Murray - The Rhyme [Slum Village Street Remix]
17 - A Tribe Called Quest - Get a Hold
18 - Slum Village - The Look of Love
19 - Reflection Eternal - 2000 Seasons

Disc 4

01 - All Natural - 50 Years
02 - Jigmastas - If
03 - Mike Zoot - High Drama [ft. Mos Def]
04 - Black Star - Another World
05 - Basement Khemists - Everybody (L.I.F.E.)
06 - Truth Enola - Voicetress [ft. De La Soul]
07 - Scaramanga - 7XL [ft. Puba & Sadat X]
08 - Souls of Mischief - Step to My Girl
09 - Lootpack - Whenimondamic
10 - Peanut Butter Wolf - Definition of Ill [Madlib Remix, ft. Planet Asia]
11 - Aceyalone - The Faces
12 - Brothers of the Mind - Kick Facts
13 - Big Kwam - Verbalise [DJ Spinna Remix]
14 - L-Fudge - What If [ft. Shabaam Sahdeeq, Talib Kweli & Skam]
15 - Medina Green - Fla La Lashe [ft. Mos Def]
16 - Choclair - Twenty One Years
17 - MF Doom - Gas Drawls
18 - Mystik Journeymen - Depths of Survival
19 - Juggaknots - Clear Blue Skies

Download / Backup Link

Spotify playlist

SUMMER BUMP

Is it The Sun? Is it The Mail? No! It’s super sexist claptrap in The Metro!

Am I on glue or are we regressing swiftly in the UK?

Is it The Sun? Is it The Mail? No! It’s super sexist claptrap in The Metro!

Am I on glue or are we regressing swiftly in the UK?

This is utterly ridiculous on so many levels.