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Breaking news 14 comments
dancadamorte · 1 day ago
Not to mention that dollar stores now have a lot of staples, and mom & pop corner stores have things like bread and eggs for lower prices. Milk is mandated and is the same everywhere, but a lot of millennials can't afford marriage, kids, or houses so they're buying fewer, cheaper groceries just for them.
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Now I see why they want to teach sex ed in schools 27 comments
dancadamorte · 1 day ago
Basically, one huge hobby of a lot of people is to punish OTHER people for daring to have sex. It doesn't matter if you're in love, it doesn't matter if it's about bonding with a partner, it doesn't matter if it's a healthy stress outlet. If you have sex, then dammit, you better be prepared to suffer for it, because how dare you?
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Now I see why they want to teach sex ed in schools 27 comments
dancadamorte · 1 day ago
Because we are, at our base, a religiously run country no matter what anyone says, and every time a solution to a problem raises a religious objection is also raised. So, much of our sex education boils down to "don't have sex, period" and parents get bent out of shape if schools teach safe sex. A lot of teens and adults alike are ill-prepared. Then we move on to birth control...which employers with a certain religious bent will fight against because they personally don't like it. So, shitty sexual education, constant birth control denial, and oh, people screaming in your face or downright lying to you if you try to get an abortion. Once you have that kid, and you're probably on the hook for a HUGE hospital bill, they then want to deny you as many benefits as possible so you literally have nothing to do with your time but have sex with the person you love and risk it happening again.
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burrrrr 10 comments
dancadamorte · 1 day ago
Yeah, but that's specifically what Burr's addressing in this bit, that "tough" is usually equated with not showing emotion and not being able to find help when you need it because needing it is Not Manly. You're thinking tough as in "I've been through some shit and it made me stronger," which is what it's supposed to mean. Burr is saying too many people use "toughen up" as a way of saying "if you have a Y chromosome, you should just shut up and get over everything." Unfortunately, the more common idea of being tough is to swallow everything and just pretend you don't feel it, which isn't fair.
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burrrrr 10 comments
dancadamorte · 1 day ago
A lot of men aren't naturally the toxic definition of "tough" out there today, and deserve to be treated like human beings with feelings, that's what's wrong. People having 30 kids because most of them died before 5 got us this far too, it doesn't mean there isn't a better way of doing things. Enslaving mass numbers of people for low-cost labor got us this far. Huge numbers of people dying off from disease so those with immunity reproduced got us this far. "Why change how it's always been" is just another way of saying "I have it fine, why change to make someone's else life better."
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Always look for the people that are helping 6 comments
dancadamorte · 2 days ago
More than 120 people showed. One guy took buses clear across the city to get there, Cole actually had to go to Home Depot for more shovels.
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Fight for Equality 59 comments
dancadamorte · 1 week ago
MRAs don't try to do anything to support other men. They spend most of their time attacking feminists and "exposing" problems they do nothing to try and solve. A pay disparity is a very real issue, you should get paid for the work you do. Trying to ruin a women's night viewing of Wonder Woman is a bullshit issue of the type MRAs like to do to pretend they care about other men.
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Fight for Equality 59 comments
dancadamorte · 1 week ago
Okay. So what are men doing about it? Lobbying like women do? Protesting like women do? Working to change it like women do? Or absolutely nothing, because they don't actually care about underpaid men in an industry and are only bringing it up to try to shut down another group's complaints?
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Life likes to take you down a peg every now and then 3 comments
dancadamorte · 1 week ago
Someone in my close family JUST went through this. It's scary.
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7 facts about girls 3 comments
dancadamorte · 1 week ago
I feel like whoever wrote this has met exactly one girl in their lifetime.
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Elon you listining? 18 comments
dancadamorte · 1 week ago
Okay, I see. That makes more sense than what I was thinking. Thanks!
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Elon you listining? 18 comments
dancadamorte · 1 week ago
But aren't true light sabers activated by the force? (Sorry for my ignorance, I don't watch Star Wars) And weren't force users a small minority of special people? So light sabers were only meant for a small handful of specially trained users, yes? Mass produced ones anybody can use would just cheapen the concept.
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Surprised 18 comments
dancadamorte · 1 week ago
Sex in general isn't a good Valentine's day present. It's just a nice way to end the day.
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That's a hard one 19 comments
dancadamorte · 1 week ago
5. Publication guidelines for books put odd numbers on the right and even numbered pages on the left. 7 and 8 are on the same leaf in a common book.
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No one has time to stand and wait. 11 comments
dancadamorte · 1 week ago
You're supposed to lightly rub your hands together under it, it takes like 30 seconds to be completely dry.
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Will Mars be different 7 comments
dancadamorte · 1 week ago
There might be some diseases mostly eradicated in one place that keep cropping up in another, just like on Earth, but for the most part constant contact would probably keep each planet up to date with the other's vaccines. If the two planets lose contact for an extended time for some reason, then yeah, it's possible for people to become less immune to the other planet's diseases. It would be a really, really, really long time before the populations evolve into separate species though, so once contact was re-established and vaccines started flowing again it would probably even out.
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Another screenshot from a feminist page on Instagram 22 comments
dancadamorte · 1 week ago
Did you read my initial comment? It's not about confronting randos on the street. It's about confronting your friends or family when you witness this behavior. You're talking about a scenario where you're a stranger/witness and the only sway you have is as defense in the moment. I'm talking about people you've known a long time who you have a chance to influence in the long term. People you love and care about. Most people turn a blind eye completely to their friends' flaws and don't ever say anything at all because they are closer to the abuser than the victim. My comment is directed to those people--people who, no matter what, will NOT risk losing their friends by causing a scene. Which is many, many people.
Hell no 11 comments
dancadamorte · 1 week ago
I don't like lobster, but I pay for myself so I order whatever I want.
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Another screenshot from a feminist page on Instagram 22 comments
dancadamorte · 1 week ago
Confronting many people in public can make them dig their heels in and become defensive, at which point you've lost your chance to have an impact. Especially the kind of person who would abuse. Not only that, but you risk them taking their anger at YOU out on the person they're abusing later. All that does is make you feel like you have the moral high ground when you walk away--something you may be able to do but a luxury most abuse victims don't have. You're not risking just yourself when you embarrass and anger an abuser, you're also endangering the person being abused.
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Another screenshot from a feminist page on Instagram 22 comments
dancadamorte · 1 week ago
Addendum: Girls and women, if you see your friends doing any of the above, call them out on it. You can do it in private, just let them know you saw it and it's not cool with you. If you're aware of that kind of problem and do nothing, you're complicit.
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N O U R I S H / F L O U R I S H 9 comments
dancadamorte · 1 week ago
There's no such thing as a vegan-dishes-only dinner party. That's called sad grazing.
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*gets popcorn* 13 comments
dancadamorte · 2 weeks ago
This. Average cans of formula range from $19 to $26. On the low end, they stole about $1700 worth of formula, and this is a common thing to steal and resell. I do think the media should be consistent with types of pictures shown of criminals, though.
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equality 19 comments
dancadamorte · 2 weeks ago
"If the only time you bring up a problem men have is to use it as a weapon in an argument against women, you do not actually care about that problem that men have or the men it affects."
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Girl tries to scam tinder date for a free fancy dinner but he turns the tables on her 19 comments
dancadamorte · 2 weeks ago
Yeah, should have just asked for separate checks and at least paid for his own items. He even could have gone to the hostess or server and requested his part of the bill separate, paid his, then left without going back to the table and still had the pleasure of leaving her there.
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The future is soon old man! 21 comments
dancadamorte · 2 weeks ago
I'm a straight woman, I'm only interested in the "cooking and cleaning for me and not speaking to me" part. And as someone who suffers migraines bad enough to make me hurl, lemme tell you, "I have a headache" is no joke.