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When a woman has scholarly inclinations there is generally something wrong with her sexual nature.

Nietzsche, Beyond Good and Evil (1886)

Just a friendly reminder that Nietzsche was rampantly sexist, regularly called women who didn’t submit to men “barbarous”, “charmless”, “mediocre”.

If you’re a woman with scholarly inclinations that lead you to adoring Nietzsche, just recall that he would have probably told you his age’s equivalent to “shut up, get back in the kitchen, and make me a sandwich”

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it was incredibly difficult for me to get through ‘beyond good and evil’ for this reason. in the middle of talking about something really interesting, he just fucking decides ‘i haven’t interrupted this with a sexist rant in a while’ and talks about how women can’t do philosophy because of their docile nature or some shit

like he wasn’t even just casually misogynistic like most people in the 1800s. he actively made a point of pushing his misogyny every fucking chapter. what the fuck dude

(via its-not-a-fedora-its-a-trilby)

In ecce homo he says that women who want equal rights are just infertile women who want to drag real/good women down, and he says that you can cure women by giving them babies.

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And let’s keep in mind that he was not the only worshipped philosopher who thought this way. A good many of your ‘faves’ were misogynistic fuckbags.

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I also seem to remember reading that he intentionally gave himself syphilis as part of his weird Ubermensch thing so yeah, maybe don’t place too much stock in anything the guy said…

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I mean, his philosophy is “sound” as grounds for examination of philosophical questions, but there’s a reason why he’s the go-to philosopher for would-be intellectual assnugget pick-up artists that want to sound like they have any value in their existence.

#course anyone who professes to be an admirer of a century plus old continental philosopher is not to be trusted

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clarice-andherlittlelostlamb:

nels5157:

angrymadsygin:

demons-put-onions-in-my-room:

myoneandonlywonderland:

Sheldon the tiny dinosaur
Part 4/4

SHELDON IS ONE OF MY FAVORITE THINGS LIKE EVERY SINGLE THING MAKES ME SO HAPPY ABOUT HIM

Sheldon is the sweetest creature ever!

omg!

This may be the cutest/sweetest thing I’ve ever seen.

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gailsimone:

marodi80:

I am not picking on anyone, but seriously…how can you not love Lois Lane? I mean, honest to god, she’s LOIS LANE. — Gail Simone (@GailSimone)

I will never get it.

There’s no Superman story worth much without Lois. Historically, the Superman works when Lois is in the mix in a big way and fails when she isn’t. Even in Smallville, we knew she was coming. 

LOIS.

My favorite under-appreciated Doctor Who episodes → Kinda
I have the power of life and death over all of you! 

becausegoodheroesdeservekidneys:

kakapokitty:

andrew-scotttt:

gnny:

the thing about living in australia is there’s always some weird animal making some fucked up noise outside your window

We’ve got that in England too but we call them chavs

Yeah cos demonising poor kids is just like getting a deadly kangaroo or whatever in your garden.

MOTHERFUCKING TOLD

When a woman has scholarly inclinations there is generally something wrong with her sexual nature.

Nietzsche, Beyond Good and Evil (1886)

Just a friendly reminder that Nietzsche was rampantly sexist, regularly called women who didn’t submit to men “barbarous”, “charmless”, “mediocre”.

If you’re a woman with scholarly inclinations that lead you to adoring Nietzsche, just recall that he would have probably told you his age’s equivalent to “shut up, get back in the kitchen, and make me a sandwich”

(via soycrates)

it was incredibly difficult for me to get through ‘beyond good and evil’ for this reason. in the middle of talking about something really interesting, he just fucking decides ‘i haven’t interrupted this with a sexist rant in a while’ and talks about how women can’t do philosophy because of their docile nature or some shit

like he wasn’t even just casually misogynistic like most people in the 1800s. he actively made a point of pushing his misogyny every fucking chapter. what the fuck dude

(via its-not-a-fedora-its-a-trilby)

In ecce homo he says that women who want equal rights are just infertile women who want to drag real/good women down, and he says that you can cure women by giving them babies.

(via queerfabulousmermaid)

And let’s keep in mind that he was not the only worshipped philosopher who thought this way. A good many of your ‘faves’ were misogynistic fuckbags.

(via thegoddamazon)

I also seem to remember reading that he intentionally gave himself syphilis as part of his weird Ubermensch thing so yeah, maybe don’t place too much stock in anything the guy said…

daranie:

wow this is me

daranie:

wow this is me

mareeps:

my favorite mythical creatures are the happy girls in tampon commercials

90s90s90s:

NEEED

90s90s90s:

NEEED

lara-jay:

It’s been yucky and rainy today, so yeaaaah flower crown time!

lara-jay:

It’s been yucky and rainy today, so yeaaaah flower crown time!

coffeeandcockatiels:

Don’t tell me what to do dad!

The animation of this show is really really good…

The fact that I still haven’t watched any Bob’s Burgers is becoming increasing criminal.

dichotomized:

In 1967, Kathrine Switzer was the first woman to enter and complete the Boston Marathon as a numbered entry. She registered under the gender-neutral name of “K.V. Switzer”. After realizing that a woman was running, race organizer Jock Semple went after Switzer shouting, “Get the hell out of my race and give me those numbers.” however, Switzer’s boyfriend and other male runners provided a protective shield during the entire Marathon. These photographs taken of the incident made world headlines.

dichotomized:

In 1967, Kathrine Switzer was the first woman to enter and complete the Boston Marathon as a numbered entry. She registered under the gender-neutral name of “K.V. Switzer”. After realizing that a woman was running, race organizer Jock Semple went after Switzer shouting, “Get the hell out of my race and give me those numbers.” however, Switzer’s boyfriend and other male runners provided a protective shield during the entire Marathon. These photographs taken of the incident made world headlines.

colfr:

Plot twist: a movie with a 20-something character who has never kissed anyone and has never had sex but is presented as a perfectly normal, socially well-adjusted individual