apparently it’s nineteen fucking twenty
what a stupid fucking comic
Oh good, people are doing shitthatdidnthappen.txt in shitthatdidnthappen.png form now!
No, this shit definitely happens. Retail attracts throwbacks just by virtue of you’re getting exposed to triple digit numbers of people per day with very little overlap. Assholes and people who are just sexist beyond the fucking pale showing up is inevitable.
I’ve seen female customers actually fucking complain when there are guys working in certain sections (dollhouses, barbies/bratz/pollypocket/whatever, and baby items were the big ones), and between me and the three other girls that worked R-zone, one of which was also a floor associate who hung out in the hotwheels/tonka/action figure sections, all of us have at least one story of a dude as pictured here.
And that’s just in a goddamn toy store.
i really hate how “it didnt happen” is getting slapped on everything these days, even if it’s completely plausible.
This happens so much in the salon industry when a male is present. A person will travel to the male, claiming their sexuality which they’ve assumed to be gay, is directly related to how well they can do hair and makeup. I’ve been overlooked, even though I look the part, dress the part and act the part and all of my services show I can go toe to toe with many in the beauty industry in favor of a man.
It’s fucking hideously annoying.
what you fail to realize is that video games shouldn’t cater to females in the first place. It’s largely known that it’s targeted towards the MALE demographic and has been for so many years, so why would they ask for something like that to be handed to them on a goddamn silver platter?
that’s like a guy walking into the women’s department of clothing at a sears and demanding that there be more clothing for men there. Separation of sections be damned.
that’s not how it fucking works
no not really
the game industry is more like walking into a regular department store and seeing that all the clothes are only men’s clothes
and when you ask the cashier where the women’s clothing section is, they wheel out a small rack of cheaply made tutus, g-strings, and high heels all in bright pink
and then when you go “wow really that’s it” you get called an uppity bitch and everybody assumes you want all the focus on you when in reality you’d just like to be considered a worthwhile demographic since you also like to wear clothes, it’s not like you want some ridiculous getup, you just want a solid shirt and pair of pants that fits you alright.
I mean hell you even sort of like men’s clothes and you have no problem wearing them. They suit you well. But it’s very obvious once you throw on a pair of men’s pants that they were not made for you.
What people should realize is that girls play video games, too. It’s a fact. Let us do what we want. What, it’s perfectly fine if we play games like, for an example, Sugar Rush, but if we walk over to a game like Hero’s Duty, we get told “oh, it’s a boy’s game, you’d like Sugar Rush more.” Hell, no offense to guys who are cool with girl gamers (because there ARE some), but seriously. This isn’t the Victorian times where it was practically a crime for girls to wear pants. Come on, people. Grow up.
I know I probably SHOULD NOT THROW IN MY TWO CENTS, but what the hell. Why not. I’m a girl gamer. I’ve lived with the fact that most male gamers seem to think that any girl who plays video games is an attention whore or just trying to get guys to notice them. I’m also a HUGE comic fan. It’s the same thing on that end.
The thing is, I’ve liked superheroes and comic characters since I was around six or seven. I liked Wolverine and Batman, and while they were two of the more well-known heroes, I didn’t think that any girl who liked them was different than any boy. I didn’t NOTICE if i was being treated differently, because I WASN’T. We were six and seven year old boys and girls. We were friends. We would play superheroes and climb monkeybars on the playground and pretend that we were flying on the swingset. It was good fun. And when I got my first Wolverine comic, I was thrilled.
Then one day that all changed. Suddenly I wasn’t allowed to sit at lunch with my friends who I had grown up with, and was told to go sit with the girls. What had happened? It had only been a few years—Seven to be exact. Why was I suddenly not allowed to like what I liked? I went along with it. It wasn’t that bad. The guys moved on and kept being big geeks and I was a geek all on my own. All the girls that I sat with cared about were boys and makeup, and I played along when really I just wanted to talk about killer Leaps of Faith in Assassin’s creed, or awesome storyline and art in Fable.
One day some girl decided to start making fun of me for liking comics and games. I’ll never forget it. I wasn’t considered a girl because I liked “Boy” Things, but It wasn’t okay for me to talk about that stuff to boys because I was a girl. It upset me.
TL;DR. Point is, Girl Gamers sometimes have trouble fitting in with the “Girls” Just as much as they have trouble fitting in with the “Boys.
when u reblog one of those ask game things and nobody sends u anything
girls think having a period sucks but try having to fix your penis discreetly through your pocket
having the insides of your organs shed and come out through your genitals does not compare to having displaced balls sorry
none of you can do it discreetly anyways
we see you
We always see. Especially when we don’t want to
You know what the Green Heron is basically the best heron because it is like 90% neck so when it is all folded down it looks like a giant head with wings and legs
but then suddenly ZOOP
fucking green herrons
No :o is this bird real life? I love it :3 be strong dumb giraffe bird
are u sad? feeling down? look at your hands. think about all the dogs they’ve petted. feel happy. so much happy.
i’m so afraid of marriage like what if you marry someone and like have kids with them and then they decide they don’t love you anymore or something idk man but that shit is scary