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What up, Internet? I'm Rachel.

Web nerd, future wife of the most beautiful and amazing woman alive, real talker, coffee drinker, late night dancer and Australian badass.

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Asker Anonymous Asks:
13, 29
landslidesom landslidesom Said:

13: Talk about the first time you had sex/how you imagine your first time.

My first gf Jess and I were young and we fooled around a lot before we got around to sex. It felt like a natural progression of what we’d been doing. It was a pretty great first time. You hear a lot of horror stories but it wasn’t like that. Sure it was a little awkward and there was some fumbling and laughing on both our parts but it was sweet and unlike a lot of people our age we were a) sober, b) not at a party, c) in a relationship, d) not in the backseat of a car and e) having sex because we wanted to, not because our friends were giving us shit.

29: Talk about what turns you on.

I’m sure if you read back far enough you’ll learn. I love femme girls, blondes especially. Short skirts are my kryptonite. I love a good set of boobs. Someone who can dance. Someone who is hands on. Someone who talks. Confident girls who don’t apologise for being sexual creatures. And I really have a thing for innocent looking girls who talk dirty.

jean-luc-gohard:

So apparently iCloud was hacked and pretty much every female celebrity’s nudes were leaked. I’d like to remind my followers not to post them, because they’re supposed to be private, and just because some asshole leaked them doesn’t mean you should make it worse by spreading them around.

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Asker Anonymous Asks:
Have you ever sent nudes? What's your take on Jennifer Lawrence?
landslidesom landslidesom Said:

Yes, I have sent naked/partially naked images to Alex. I’m allowed to. I wanted to take them and she wanted to receive them. Alex isn’t stupid or cruel, she knows that any images we send to each other are for our own personal enjoyment. I apply the same ethic to ones she has sent to me. Consent, kids!

Jennifer Lawrence is perfectly entitled to take nudes if she wants. The assholes who hacked her shit and leaked them is a scum sucking asshole who needs a fucking fist in the face. Everyone who retweets/reblogs/links to them is just as fucking bad. Yeah, a lot of people probably do want to see a naked JLaw. She’s pretty hot. But everyone looking at these pictures of her are basically condoning the fact that some fuckwad out there has no respect or common decency.

Shit like this makes me rage. She’ll be the one who has to apologise and she’s done nothing wrong.

And if anyone on my feed reposts or links to naked JLaw pics, I’m going to unfollow you. I wouldn’t want my naked body out there, I won’t condone it for anybody else.

nihileigh:

When we live in a world where you can access free content of naked consenting women in less than 5 seconds, why are people still invading the privacy of non-consenting women for nudes?

Hint: It has something to do with people feeling entitled to making any woman their personal porn, even if it violates or humiliates her in the process.

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allhailthehutch:

Taking naked pictures of yourself does not make you a bad person. People who share them without your permission are bad people.

THANK YOU

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  • 1: Talk about the first time you watched your favorite movie.
  • 2: Talk about your first kiss.
  • 3: Talk about the person you've had the most intense romantic feelings for.
  • 4: Talk about the thing you regret most so far.
  • 5: Talk about the best birthday you've had.
  • 6: Talk about the worst birthday you've had.
  • 7: Talk about your biggest insecurity.
  • 8: Talk about the thing you are most proud of.
  • 9: Talk about little things on your body that you like the most.
  • 10: Talk about the biggest fight you've ever had.
  • 11: Talk about the best dream you've ever had.
  • 12: Talk about the worst dream you've ever had.
  • 13: Talk about the first time you had sex/how you imagine your first time.
  • 14: Talk about a vacation.
  • 15: Talk about the time you were most content in life.
  • 16: Talk about the best party you've ever been to.
  • 17: Talk about someone you want to be friends with.
  • 18: Talk about something that happened in elementary school.
  • 19: Talk about something that happened in middle school.
  • 20: Talk about something that happened in high school.
  • 21: Talk about a time you had to turn someone down.
  • 22: Talk about your worst fear.
  • 23: Talk about a time someone turned you down.
  • 24: Talk about something someone told you that meant a lot.
  • 25: Talk about an ex-best friend.
  • 26: Talk about things you do when you're sick.
  • 27: Talk about your favorite part of someone else's body.
  • 28: Talk about your fetishes.
  • 29: Talk about what turns you on.
  • 30: Talk about what turns you off.
  • 31: Talk about what you think death is like.
  • 32: Talk about a place you remember from your childhood.
  • 33: Talk about what you do when you are sad.
  • 34: Talk about the worst physical pain you've endured.
  • 35: Talk about things you wish you could stop doing.
  • 36: Talk about your guilty pleasures.
  • 37: Talk about someone you thought you were in love with.
  • 38: Talk about songs that remind you of certain people.
  • 39: Talk about things you wish you'd known earlier.
  • 40: Talk about the end of something in your life.

mscollywogs

I’m feeling benevolent today, so have a voyeuristic taxi triple treble smut fic.

blondebarbells:

yasha9:

plantbaby420:

*mic drop*

Or you could, like, you know, just be happy that someone’s making an effort towards rape prevention. But yeah, let’s complain that it’s not perfect, that’s good.

This isn’t a complaint at all- it’s simply saying that instead of coming up with every “inventive anti rape” device under the sun, people need to start paying attention to the real problem- stopping rapists from raping.

I think it’s great that four college men came up work this product-it’s a great deal of chemistry and hard work that went into this project. I commend them. I really do think that it’s a step in the right direction.

But there are a few dangerous misconceptions that women face, when it comes to rape, that anti-rape products like these don’t help.

1. That women are most often raped by strangers.

This is simply not correct. It does happen, but not in the frequency that some people seem to think- a staggering. 66% of rapes and 75% of sexual assaults are committed by someone who the victim knows. 

No amount of color-changing nail polish, pepper spray, cat eyes key chains, rape whistles, etc will be effective if you’re not on the defensive. If you’re just hanging at a friends house. If you’re at work. If you’re with your partner. These products are all great, but only if you’re expecting to use them. If you’re at ease with people that you know around you, then what? 

2. That if a woman is raped, it’s her fault.

Was she dressed modestly? Had she had sex before? Was she drunk? Was she out at night? Was she carrying a rape whistle? Pepper spray? Anti rape nail polish?

After a woman is raped there are many questions, but the blame is often times put on the woman for not avoiding the rape. Nothing justifies raping another person. If a drunk woman walking naked alone at night in the street gets raped, it should be taken just as seriously as a woman “doing everything right” with her pepper spray in hand and keys between her fingers like little knives. Both were violated and both deserve to be treated with respect. But how would the media report these? Very, very differently. Because the responsibility of the rape is rarely put on the rapist- but rather what the woman was doing, or should have been doing, to protect herself.

Here’s the bottom line- these products are great for personal safety, for personal awareness. I carry every protection product you can think of. There are a lot of great products out there, and if it makes you feel more protected, and if it makes you feel like you could escape an attack- by all means, USE these products!

But this does not solve the problem. The problem is that so long as people are not taught what consent really means, and are taught NOT TO RAPE- all the anti-rape products in the world won’t stop rapists.

I’d encourage everyone to read this awesome article, which makes many points on why this is great, but there is so much more to be done. Also linked to some stats on rapists.

http://mic.com/articles/97362/11-ways-to-solve-rape-better-than-nail-polish

https://rainn.org/get-information/statistics/sexual-assault-offenders

From the article:

Encouraging women to buy products to make themselves safer is sort of like cutting off the weed at its stem, instead of at its root: It might give you something to do, but you aren’t going to actually eradicate weeds from your garden. To stop rape, we need to teach men not to rape, not teach women that it’s their responsibility to prevent it.” (Elizabeth Plank)

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Ooops. This happened. I blame mscollywogs because when we get together we normally end up thinking super porny things about Chaubrey. God bless you and your fucked up issues, Aubrey Posen.