source: Real Face of Feminism
Topless anti-catholic protester interrupts the Christmas Day service at Cologne Cathedral. [article]
More anti-christian shenanigans from feminists. Christians, Atheists, Men, Gamers, …are feminists systematically trying to piss off enough groups so that eventually everyone has a reason to hate them?
The answer is yes, actually. They require enemies to sustain the “necessity” of feminism. So the “mainstream” feminists allow the “radical” feminists to pull bullshit like this and take the heat, knowing that everyone will turn a hateful eye to feminism in all forms. This will undoubtedly draw out vicious types who speak open hatred about feminism. Compound this with easy-bake fake death threats and half-assed scams and you’ve got yourself an underdog movement constantly “harassed” by those scummy MRAs and fedorabros. All of this is propaganda.
Things like this and the vile naked screaming feminists assaulting men protecting a church in argentina reminds me of witch cults from fairy tales.
Anonymous said: What should I do if my family finds out I'm failing school again? I'm hoping to bring my grades up before they notice but that won't be easy at all. I'm really scared. They won't hit me or yell at me or anything, I'm just dreading the lecture I'm going to get and the self hatred that'll come afterwards.
Have a look at the Coping Skills Toolbox we reblogged a while back. It might help.
Rather than wait for them to find out, it might be a good idea to sit down with your parents and explain the situation to them. Own up to it, tell them what’s going on, show them what you’re doing to try and make things better. This way you are showing them that you’re responsible and taking action to try and fix the problems. It’s also a way for you to take control of the situation.
Followers, do you have any suggestions?
Go to your teachers, or, if they are intimidating, mean, wouldn’t understand, go to your favorite teacher. Tell them specifically what you are struggling with, share as much as you feel comfortable, and ask for help, or tell them you don’t even know how to ask for help, you just know a bunch of things that don’t work. A lot of teachers will go out of their way to work with students who honestly want the help.
If you are open with your parents that also gives them an opening to help you. Anything from just gently helping you stay focused to quizzing you or proofreading/checking answers, them helping you can help your grades a lot, and actually help you learn and retain information beyond just school and tests. It sounds like something you’d grow out of, but trust me, you don’t, it always helps.