So I got sent to the dean today for wearing this top. My study tech teacher said that I was “exploiting” myself and that it could be a distraction to the other students. I got up out of my seat and told her that I wasn’t going to listen to her dress codes. In a way, she was being misogynist and slut shaming and I think that’s wrong. I will continue to wear what I want and nobody can tell me not to. The fact that womens bodies are sexualized and objectified so much angers me and that’s the reason why this happened. I’m going to wear what I want, how I want, when I want and that’s it.
I was there, reblog the shit out of this guys
I’m a guy. I can’t wear a shirt like this either, even though I’m not going to be wearing a bra. it’s dress code. It’s not slut shaming. You can’t show your bra like that at most jobs. why should you at school? Yes sexism is wrong and all that, but you can’t get ‘angry at the patriarchy” because you can’t show your undergarments in public. I’m not going to wear jeans with a rip in the side or the front that show off my flowery boxers, because that’s just not appropriate for school. Have some professionalism. You can wear whatever you like at home or with your friends or whatever, yes, but school prepares you for real life.
At work you can’t have this attitude of “I wear the fuck ever I want.” and expect to keep your job. School is the same way because it’s trying to teach you that lesson. That’s unrealistic; almost any job you get is going to have someone tell you what to wear or what to do because you work for them and you represent their company. If you don’t look the way they need you to look, that makes them look bad. A tattoo parlor probably isn’t going to hire someone who dresses like a nun and a top company isn’t going to hire someone who comes to work in a tank top that shows off her bra or a guy that shows off his ballsack.
You can’t blame patriarchy for this, I’m sorry. You can’t blame sexism for this. If I wore booty shorts and you could almost see my balls through my semi transparent flowery goddamn boxers, I would get in the same amount of trouble as you, and it’s within good reason.
This guy ^^
Charlamagne: Why Does Miley Want to be Ratchet?
“ratchet pussy.” 😂
he spoke nothing but the truth.
Charlamagne just saying shit we were all thinking.
This video is everything
“a waste of good white skin” … LOL
Well damn. nigga on point
Because we need a little controversy..
For the love of basketball excitement at its finest, who doesn’t feed off of a buzzer beating, clutch, game-winning playoff moment from CP3? I was gyrating from my seat in the last fleeting moments Chris Paul held the rock in his hands.
“Carry!” roars one of my best friends, who pleas that I review the play again.
Upon review in slow-mo, fast forward to 14 seconds. Watch and you see the hesitation. Quickly, Chris palms the ball, carries it back, pauses, and brings it back down again to go around Allen before hitting the game-winner.
According to basketball for dummies, because that is the quintessential resource for basketball of course (or not haha) Carrying or palming is when “a player dribbling the ball brings his palm under the ball when it reaches its apex off the dribble…Palming became an area of emphasis with the NBA in the late 1990s. Young, fast point guards, such as Allen Iverson of the Philadelphia 76ers and Stephon Marbury of the New Jersey Nets, would freeze their defenders by palming the ball in the middle of a dribble. The move was almost like being able to stop your dribble and then restart it.” All right, close that chapter.
I remember AI for his killer crossover. I remember Starbury for his rainbow hook release. Perhaps the carry portion was deeply buried in my mind, because I was so busy getting caught up in the beauty of the finish. In any case, the league lets guys get away with the carry all the time. Maybe the refs turn a blind eye to it just as much as the fans do.
Do you see, what I see?
Every baller has their own signature style. None of this particularly takes away from their talent. A supercharged Chris Paul was able to get by Tony Allen by a slight twist of hand, brought behind him to a brief pause, before attacking the basket. If the play was reviewed, perhaps a scrutinizing ref would furrow his eyebrow and confirm this is a carry. But the reality is, with the glory that was, no one is going to retract from that moment. Isn’t it safe to say, the refs conveniently “missed” that one and that the majority will gloss over it in order for this to go down in history as one of the best playoff 4th quarter wins? The incredible CP3 strikes again. He saves the game. Victorious headlines ensue. Be sure to include words like heroics, rescue, etc.
In the spirit of playoffs, we’re not going to take that away from him or the Clippers. Round 1, Game 2, plain and simple, these Clippers protected their homecourt. It’s extra icing on the Clippers zero-to-hero story cake. Historically, these Clippers have struggled and never thought they’d see playoff daylight. If anyone deserves this glory, it’s the Clipper fans who hold on, despite their sad, gritty, curse-stricken track record in the past.
Forget that this “risen” Clipper team almost blew a 12-point lead thanks to perhaps unconventional and highly criticized VDN coaching methods, and a tumultuous comeback by the Grizz led by an underrated Conley. This has been an incredibly addicting matchup. If Z-bo steps it up a little the next game, the Clippers are in for a doozy in Memphis. I’m all for more CP3. Blake Griffin. Mike Conley. Marc Gasol. I’m starting to really love difference makers like Crawford, Bledsoe, and even LO got up in there to fight the good fight. I think it’s Clippers in 6. But that’s partially a biased me, supporting LA.
Did you think that was a carry? What carry? Play on!
You can call it a carry. But then you’d have to give him two shots for the foul
J.R. Smith’s Top 10 Plays of 2012-2013 Regular Season