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This is a current list of tags 4chan is targeting.

Feminism
Feminist
Patriarchy
Fat Acceptance
Womyn
Womyn of color
Misogyny
Rape culture
Ableism
Unleash the dragon
Need feminism
Shut down 4chan
Feminism
dw
katawa shoujo
feminist
sjw
attack on titan
snk
free!
supernatural
doctor who
avengers
marvel
lesbian
gay
lbgt
asexual
pansexual
polysexual
otherkin
trannsexual
tumblr
The tags
mysoginy
equality
veganism
animals
health
dogs
cats
puppies
coping
feel good
recovery
ptsd
depression
flowers
happy
lol
art
vintage
diy
pink
pastel
goth
anyme
cute
selfie
me
self
activism
social justice
femme
racism
white supremacy
privilege

4chan is targeting tags and posting incredibly violent and triggering material within them. DO NOT ACCESS THE ABOVE TAGS.

I noticed that a lot of the PSA’s were images without transcripts, and there are several posts with different tags to look out for.

This is a compilation of those tags, in a text format for anyone who has issues with reading images.

Please spread around in the interests of accessibility, especially since the ableism tags are being targeted as well.

Thank you, and stay safe.

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I didn’t see them in the ableism tag a few minutes ago, though. (via karalianne)

I just checked the #feminism hashtag and there are no obscene images recently - most of the images are women holding banners saying “India needs feminism because…”. Maybe they’ll start again later, but right now it’s safe.

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Reblogged from clatterbane
revcleo:

youneedacat:

clatterbane:

And, talk about quick and easy to eat later. I have no clue how good it might be, but it’s fairly well balanced, GF and shouldn’t require many spoons. Worst case, I can add some extra frozen cooked chicken and adjust the seasoning some.
I also decided to go with some cucumber raita. That’s easy enough.
I am not totally convinced that size bag would reasonably feed two people, unless they were (a) children, (b) not very hungry, and/or (c) had at least one other dish to supplement the “meal in a bag”. Maybe a good thing I’m not planning to find out tonight. ;)

Is it easier to get South Asian food in ordinary stores in the UK than it is in most parts of the US?  Because here you often have to go to specialty stores and get charged more money for stuff like that, unless you have an Asian market or something nearby.

yes
the south asian derived chicken tikka is even a british food (born in Glasgow I think in the 1960s or so?) 
you can get it anywhere

The ‘Indian’ dish that actually originates in the UK is chicken tikka masala, which was reportedly made up when a British guy ordered chicken tikka and was disappointed to find it had no sauce. But actually a lot of Indian dishes that are popular here are unknown in India, eg., beef Madras, which only started appearing in its ‘home’ city quite recently.

revcleo:

youneedacat:

clatterbane:

And, talk about quick and easy to eat later. I have no clue how good it might be, but it’s fairly well balanced, GF and shouldn’t require many spoons. Worst case, I can add some extra frozen cooked chicken and adjust the seasoning some.

I also decided to go with some cucumber raita. That’s easy enough.

I am not totally convinced that size bag would reasonably feed two people, unless they were (a) children, (b) not very hungry, and/or (c) had at least one other dish to supplement the “meal in a bag”. Maybe a good thing I’m not planning to find out tonight. ;)

Is it easier to get South Asian food in ordinary stores in the UK than it is in most parts of the US?  Because here you often have to go to specialty stores and get charged more money for stuff like that, unless you have an Asian market or something nearby.

yes

the south asian derived chicken tikka is even a british food (born in Glasgow I think in the 1960s or so?) 

you can get it anywhere

The ‘Indian’ dish that actually originates in the UK is chicken tikka masala, which was reportedly made up when a British guy ordered chicken tikka and was disappointed to find it had no sauce. But actually a lot of Indian dishes that are popular here are unknown in India, eg., beef Madras, which only started appearing in its ‘home’ city quite recently.

Reblogged from clatterbane
youneedacat:

clatterbane:

And, talk about quick and easy to eat later. I have no clue how good it might be, but it’s fairly well balanced, GF and shouldn’t require many spoons. Worst case, I can add some extra frozen cooked chicken and adjust the seasoning some.
I also decided to go with some cucumber raita. That’s easy enough.
I am not totally convinced that size bag would reasonably feed two people, unless they were (a) children, (b) not very hungry, and/or (c) had at least one other dish to supplement the “meal in a bag”. Maybe a good thing I’m not planning to find out tonight. ;)

Is it easier to get South Asian food in ordinary stores in the UK than it is in most parts of the US?  Because here you often have to go to specialty stores and get charged more money for stuff like that, unless you have an Asian market or something nearby.

In the UK a lot of supermarkets do some south Asian foods that you can cook in the pot, like pilau rice, chicken and sometimes vegetable korma, chickpea and lentil dishes and so on. I know Sainsbury’s has a range although not all of the dishes are available everywhere (and I believe they may be discontinuing them as I’ve seen them disappear from some big stores round here). But no, in big cities you don’t have to go to specialist Asian shops; in fact, those shops may not do ready meals but be more geared to the needs of Asian people who cook the dishes themselves.

youneedacat:

clatterbane:

And, talk about quick and easy to eat later. I have no clue how good it might be, but it’s fairly well balanced, GF and shouldn’t require many spoons. Worst case, I can add some extra frozen cooked chicken and adjust the seasoning some.

I also decided to go with some cucumber raita. That’s easy enough.

I am not totally convinced that size bag would reasonably feed two people, unless they were (a) children, (b) not very hungry, and/or (c) had at least one other dish to supplement the “meal in a bag”. Maybe a good thing I’m not planning to find out tonight. ;)

Is it easier to get South Asian food in ordinary stores in the UK than it is in most parts of the US?  Because here you often have to go to specialty stores and get charged more money for stuff like that, unless you have an Asian market or something nearby.

In the UK a lot of supermarkets do some south Asian foods that you can cook in the pot, like pilau rice, chicken and sometimes vegetable korma, chickpea and lentil dishes and so on. I know Sainsbury’s has a range although not all of the dishes are available everywhere (and I believe they may be discontinuing them as I’ve seen them disappear from some big stores round here). But no, in big cities you don’t have to go to specialist Asian shops; in fact, those shops may not do ready meals but be more geared to the needs of Asian people who cook the dishes themselves.

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bulbasaurvevo:

I was taking selfies before and I sighed and said “I love myself” and my little sister was like “ew” so I asked her what her problem was and she said “you’re not supposed to love YOURSELF. You have to wait for other people. I don’t love myself. If you love yourself you’re probably a slut” and I think that is the saddest thing I’ve heard all year.
What kind of self deprecating bullshit are we teaching our kids that I have to hear that from a 13 year old?

Most likely she’d only heard of the word used in connection with other people. Loving oneself is a very adult concept and even there is commonly used to mean conceit - “he’s totally in love with himself”.

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Reblogged from queenshulamit

wackyshenanigans:

So, IDK what these lumps are but not sure if they necessitate a doctor or not

I’d say see the doctor about them if they don’t go away in a few days. They look quite strange and are in places too hidden to have been caused by the sun or insect bites.

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Reblogged from equalistastic

youneedacat:

feliscorvus:

ajax-daughter-of-telamon:

luisgpiercing:

theyamakit:

This is a huge bat compilation in case you’re having a rough day. I hope this cheers y’all up.

Soo cute

*makes noise too high-pitched for self to hear*

Always reblog adorable bats!

EEEEEEE!

Will you be renaming your blog “you need a bat”, then?

(Source: equalistastic)

Reblogged from queenshulamit

wackyshenanigans:

I keep thinking that if I slept with Elliot Rodgers all those women would still be alive. If I had known what was going to happen I would have got out those stupid payday loans, flown to America and fucked him.

It wouldn’t have made a huge amount of difference. He probably wouldn’t have wanted to sleep with you anyway — he was hugely up himself and thought he was the perfect gentleman (from English nobility, no less) and wanted what he considered the “best women”: one of those women he later dismissed as “stuck-up sorority sluts” after he couldn’t get them to look at him. He thought he was above everyone and was a racist to boot. He first killed his three Latino male roommates, and it was a place that taught people with disabilities living skills.

(I don’t even think this case is typical of popular misogynistic attitudes, anyway. This guy probably had no friends — this is where ‘lads’ learn their attitudes — because he was an arsehole and that’s the same reason why no woman would touch him. He probably wasn’t technically mentally ill, just narcissistic, and craved fame, and notoriety would do. It’s not like he asked if anyone would sleep with him because he was sick of being a virgin, after all.

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