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Feel the responsibilities rush in.

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via nuffinbutnette / 3 days ago / 737 notes

This is Criminal Law 100. Or as I prefer to call it “How To Get Away With Murder.”

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Sara Bareilles, Cyndi Lauper, Hoda Kotb’s ‘Truly Brave’ Music Video

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Ladies Rule The World: [1/5] Athletes → Tobin Heath

I'm always reminded when I'm hurt how much of a blessing it is to play.
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Sam Pepper


So I didn’t make any official statement about Sam Pepper until today because I had a feeling that he was up to what I refer to as “shenanigans.” I figured that if I posted something and then he threw a curve ball, it would make whatever I said feel empty because it would have been condemning him for something he didn’t do. Then I’d have to post ANOTHER thing and who knows what that thing would say because I didn’t know what sort of shenanigans he was up to. 

But of course I needed to say something so I just said “Anyone sexually harassing people in YouTube videos won’t be allowed at VidCon” which is not Sam-specific and also a policy that I am happy to enforce no matter what creator is in question.

Sam successfully hoodwinked us all (at least it seems so, as Sam is stating that those women agreed to be in the video) and so all of the conversations we had about whether it’s OK for him to grab women’s butts in the street (obviously not) are now invalid because they agreed to have their butts grabbed before the cameras started rolling. 

Which is why sometimes you see me not responding immediately when something upsetting or odd is happening in the YouTube community. Not all information travels at the same speed. (Though, to be clear, I’m very pleased the YouTube community reacted in a concerted and open way to Sam’s video.)

Oh, and also, Sam says that it was all just an elaborate experiment with the goal of bringing to light the unspoken issue of abused men.

To be clear, I am in favor of discussing abuse of both men and women.

And for further clarity, Sam Pepper is still not welcome at VidCon. When the first video in question went live, I was immediately linked to several other videos of Sam Pepper harassing and abusing women. He handcuffs himself to strangers in the street…one of them, he says he won’t release until she kisses him, which she does. 

He lassos them, he kisses them while they’re talking without ANY form of consent, he generally puts women in awkward situations and then takes advantage of the power imbalance granted to him by his gender and / or his status for “comedy” …I guess.

Now it is entirely possible that ALL of Sam’s videos in which he harasses women feature actors who have agreed to be in the video, and that the videos are just vile sketch comedy. However, all of those videos in which he didn’t get called out for harassing women were never responded to and never part of a broader social experiment to shed light on some important topic. 

They simply sit there on Sam’s channel, showing young people that it’s OK for men to force themselves on women for a laugh…or worse.

I’m not going to guess about whether Sam really had parts 2 and 3 planned when he made “Part 1.” Whether or not he planned this to bring light to an issue that affected his friend or not, it was still in extremely poor taste  in the vein of “let’s film ourselves pretending to beat a dog to shed light on issues of animal cruelty.”

But his previous track record shows a complete disregard for the impact of his videos on the world, and even if he is not abusing women in his videos (which it seems quite clear that he is) he is certainly perpetuating a culture of abuse that expects that women can be forced into submission for a laugh…as long as the cameras are rolling…

Fuck that.

via edwardspoonhands / 1 week ago / 16,627 notes

”I would like to look back on my body of work and be proud of each record in its own right, but as a whole, I want to continue to grow and move forward.”- Sara Bareilles


”I would like to look back on my body of work and be proud of each record in its own right, but as a whole, I want to continue to grow and move forward.”
- Sara Bareilles


Watch Emma’s speech and take action

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Yvette Nicole Brown Responds to the NY Times’s portrayal of Shonda Rhimes as an “Angry Black Woman”

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Brooke Fraser


Brooke Fraser


 I never wanted anything harder than this


 I never wanted anything harder than this

via uzmama / 1 week ago / 2,705 notes / Um yes please. 
An Open Letter to Sam Pepper


Hi Sam!

Thanks for taking the time to read this letter. As fellow YouTubers, we have much respect for others who put so much hard work into building their channel. It’s not easy, and you should be proud! That said, we’ve noticed that in your success, there has been a lack of respect in…

via mickchelly / 1 week ago / 104,867 notes


Girl Meets World recreates archived Boy Meets World photos


I was proud of the simple fact that I somehow avoided a major embarrassment in this moment.


I was proud of the simple fact that I somehow avoided a major embarrassment in this moment.

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