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Asker Anonymous Asks:
"i think we need to talk about what makes someone sexist though, and I as a cisgender man am the perfect one to do this."
gender-ception gender-ception Said:

yeah ik.

nerdcubedactually:

Maybe. I don’t think it’s really up to me to decide.

I think we need to talk about what makes someone sexist though.

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I’m the only person in my game development class who is not a cisgender boy, aside from the teacher. This is a problem. Games are considered “for boys” yet most girls I know adore gaming. And there are plenty of girls playing games that “aren’t shit”. Tons of girls play TF2, minecraft, indie games, all that. They’re just largely ridiculed by the men in gaming because they’re not “real gamers” (Read: men). Attitudes within the community need to allow for women and people who are not cis men. Otherwise, the male domination of the industry will never change.

flowergirlrobichiko:

thecatsmustbecrazy:

special delivery

BRING ME SCHRÖDINGER’S HEAD

(via yamiyuugis)

captain-boomerang:

captain-boomerang:

check out this periodic table

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I have made a lot of bad jokes but this is still probably my greatest hit

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xsista:

I was helping my little brother

Where the fuck does jack come from

The most accurate representation of math I’ve seen yet.

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it started out with a click

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how did it end up like this

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it was only a click

It was only a click.

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flamingraichu:

I googled ‘motion capture Groot’. I was not disappointed. 

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Native Americans have fought hard to be allowed to have cultural identity — a basic right that was outlawed by the government until relatively recently. So yes, seeing a spray-tan sexy Pocahontas raising her hand in “hau” is more than an annoyance. It trivializes the fight that my parents and grandparents devoted their lives to. It trivializes my life and my sense of self. And I refuse to believe that any decent person would tell me to move on, to get over it, or to be flattered by it. My great-grandmother is not a Halloween costume. This shouldn’t be so hard to understand.

Itacawin

To the people who like to appropriate Native American culture. Take very close notes.

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baeddeldeer:

Why do ppl get so mad when girls like themselves

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