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can a ghost and a zombie come from the same person

Is this a comic? This should be a comic.

"no stupid, oh my god. no just… just turn… fuck. don’t wander over there, you’re gonna fall down the… aaand there he goes………….. moron.”

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For one of my class projects this quarter I have to do a website about tolerance. The specific topic I decided to work on is sexism within gaming communities, specifically in World of Warcraft. The site will be about the sexist and sexual harassment that gamers have faced, how Blizzard responds to this etc. To be clear, I’m not focusing on the WoW community because I believe it to be more toxic or sexist than other gaming communities, but because I’m more familiar with it than I am that of other gaming communities.
If you could send me any stories of sexual or sexist harassment you’ve faced or witness in game or from the WoW community in forums, etc., I’d greatly appreciate it.
You may send these completely anonymously, and unless you wish it, I will not be making them available for the general public, just for review by my own class of 10 or so other students. It is not my intention to expose you or others, just to prove my thesis (that geek communities have a tendency towards sexism).
If you’re a guy, you’re welcome to share your stories as well :) This isn’t just a girl thing, but an everyone thing. If anyone has harassed you in game because of your gender, feel free to send me your story.
For everyone: If you’ve participated in harassment, let me know! I want to hear about that, too!
If you feel the need to harass ME about this, come at me bro. It’ll just be used to support my thesis ;)
Bonus: This one needn’t be WoW specific, if you’ve ever been in a community gaming community that’s been proactive in being completely gender inclusive, I’d love to hear about that. A large part of my project is offering a solution, so examples of various ways the issue has been addressed would be great. I’m doing my own research, of course, but first hand accounts are always the the best.
If you choose to send me your story (to darth.xie@gmail.com, or my ask box here though I find my email to be more reliable), please include your gender and when you played World of Warcraft. If you want to include a gamer handle or your name, that’s fine, but you can also remain anonymous if that makes you more comfortable.
I give thanks in advance,
Love and Peace!

For one of my class projects this quarter I have to do a website about tolerance. The specific topic I decided to work on is sexism within gaming communities, specifically in World of Warcraft. The site will be about the sexist and sexual harassment that gamers have faced, how Blizzard responds to this etc. To be clear, I’m not focusing on the WoW community because I believe it to be more toxic or sexist than other gaming communities, but because I’m more familiar with it than I am that of other gaming communities.

If you could send me any stories of sexual or sexist harassment you’ve faced or witness in game or from the WoW community in forums, etc., I’d greatly appreciate it.

You may send these completely anonymously, and unless you wish it, I will not be making them available for the general public, just for review by my own class of 10 or so other students. It is not my intention to expose you or others, just to prove my thesis (that geek communities have a tendency towards sexism).

If you’re a guy, you’re welcome to share your stories as well :) This isn’t just a girl thing, but an everyone thing. If anyone has harassed you in game because of your gender, feel free to send me your story.

For everyone: If you’ve participated in harassment, let me know! I want to hear about that, too!

If you feel the need to harass ME about this, come at me bro. It’ll just be used to support my thesis ;)

Bonus: This one needn’t be WoW specific, if you’ve ever been in a community gaming community that’s been proactive in being completely gender inclusive, I’d love to hear about that. A large part of my project is offering a solution, so examples of various ways the issue has been addressed would be great. I’m doing my own research, of course, but first hand accounts are always the the best.

If you choose to send me your story (to darth.xie@gmail.com, or my ask box here though I find my email to be more reliable), please include your gender and when you played World of Warcraft. If you want to include a gamer handle or your name, that’s fine, but you can also remain anonymous if that makes you more comfortable.

I give thanks in advance,

Love and Peace!

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Just an experiment. Reblog if you actually give a fuck about male victims of domestic violence and rape.

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thepiscesactor:

This lack of notes is disturbing.

yes it is .. blog more people

The notes are very disappointing. Especially to me.

seriously what the fuck why doesnt this have more notes?

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To my left is the living theater pretending to be Native Americans trying to make a hamfisted point about… stuff. To my left is a Jedi Lightsaber Battle group. Of the two, the Jedi are more honest with what they’re doing.

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Long Live the Queen is Dead on Threadless

My design made it to scoring on Threadless! Help an aspiring artist and designer out by rating my design :)

Long Live the Queen is Dead on Threadless

My design made it to scoring on Threadless! Help an aspiring artist and designer out by rating my design :)

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slackmistress:

Feel free to join me in asking Hobby Lobby your medical questions.

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idontknowmikeo:

Self explanatory.

She has better uses for his mouth, anyway.

idontknowmikeo:

Self explanatory.

She has better uses for his mouth, anyway.

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Panel taken from Issue #23 of Batwoman

Panel taken from Issue #23 of Batwoman

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I’m looking the new “True Love” stories Disney is doing.

Mysteriously, just saw Maleficent. Well played!

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Sometimes I wonder how many people are theatre fans on tumblr.

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everdeen13:

Reblog if you enjoy theatre.

Any musical.

Any straight play.

If there is a single one you like, reblog.

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that everyone secretly loves theater

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popculturebrain:

New Trailer: ‘The Giver' - Aug 15

More Meryl! More black and white!

I don’t know how I feel about this. It looks like it’ll be a good movie in general, but it also feels more Hunger Games then The Giver :/

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milktree:

i want to be surrounded by people that get excited about the same things as me

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"When life give you lemons you pelt life with the lemons until life gives you the fucking apples you’ve asked for."

— Friend just said this to me. Philosophy accepted.

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These are the paintings of random New Yorkers and tourists. Some are artists, some just passing by and pulled in by this little city of art.

Set up on The Highline (a park that was converted from an old, unused rail road line that runs from the Meatpacking District to just south of the Jacob Javits Center) in New York City, David invites everyone to join in painting little 2”x2” squares of cardboard that people can either take home or leave with him to put on display. He doesn’t sell the art, nor does he charge anyone, though he does greatly appreciate the donations that help fund his project.

From his site: “#iThinkOutsideMyBox (#iTOMB) was born on 6 October, 2011 in Zuccotti Park, Manhattan as a performance art and community outreach vehicle supporting Occupy Wall Street and created by David Everitt-Carlson. The concept was first featured in the Wall Street Journal on 7 October, 2011. On 21 July, 2012, 32 pieces from the #iTOMB collection were featured at the Munch Gallery in New York as part of “Up Against It”, a show depicting societal struggle.”

My daughter (pictured second row left) and I encountered him yesterday by the projector. He’s the nicest guy and happy to talk about his project and the people he encounters, so if spending some time in a park two-three stories over Manhattan painting cardboard squares sounds like a thing to do, I highly recommend it.

For more info on his project, to donate, or to learn more about what #iTOMB is about, go to ithinkoutsidemybox.blogspot.com