lastrealindians:

Reject and Protect. No Keystone XL pipeline. Photos by Clayton Thomas Muller and Heather Milton Lightning. lastrealindians:

Reject and Protect. No Keystone XL pipeline. Photos by Clayton Thomas Muller and Heather Milton Lightning. lastrealindians:

Reject and Protect. No Keystone XL pipeline. Photos by Clayton Thomas Muller and Heather Milton Lightning. lastrealindians:

Reject and Protect. No Keystone XL pipeline. Photos by Clayton Thomas Muller and Heather Milton Lightning.

lastrealindians:

Reject and Protect. No Keystone XL pipeline. Photos by Clayton Thomas Muller and Heather Milton Lightning.

lastrealindians:

Cowboy and Indian Alliance against Keystone XL #RejectAndProtect #NoKXL Photo by Joe Horse Capture

She’s the Worst

1.

She’s the worst

icky seaweed strands floating

in cracks between her teeth

She breathes in wind and exhales eternity;

shattering time and creating the mayhem

            shaking the soul

                                   and dislodging the mind

2.

She’s the worst

a capable and deadly sneak who scouts the world

in search of a treat. Clap hop clod hop one jumps off

stick your carrot up his butt

and call it Macaroni Grill.

olive oil garden stench all over

a browning crispy sun-dried apron

3.

She’s the worst

with her Dada corpse genufleck

and futurist orthodontics.

Her hair - too greasy. Her lips - too loud

A voice that echoes flabby flaps of skin.

A voice that singes old buildings and darkens history

A mouth that chews cuds of stuff and dribbles

               out a disgusting line of nausea

redindianwoman:

shit-settlers-said:

Journalist Barbara Kay, on Gary McHale, an anti-Indigenous activist, whom she calls a “true Canadian Hero”, 2013: 

"In a new book, activist Gary McHale addresses the disastrous results of …violent native occupations. In doing so, he draws on fascinating anecdotal material from his own extraordinary experience.

In 2006, a group of Six Nations “warriors” illegally occupied a housing development in Caledonia, Ont. The Provincial Police, following directives from above, ignored court orders to remove them, and there Caledonia residents’ troubles began. Galvanized, McHale devoted his life to standing up for the Charter rights of Caledonian victims of Native abuses.

The saga was exposed in all its ugliness by Christie Blatchford in her 2010 book, Helpless: Caledonia’s Nightmare of Fear and Anarchy, and How the Law Failed All of Us. The emboldened occupiers were joined by armed Mohawks, drug smugglers from across North America and activists from a panoply of leftist organizations (union and pro-Palestinian flags festooned hydro poles, while non-Native townspeople displaying Canadian flags were arrested “to prevent a breach of the peace”).

Native scofflaws dug up roads, cut down hydro towers, set fires, threw rocks off overpasses (1,500 incidents over a five-year period), issued death threats, swarmed terrified residents, assaulted police officers and firebombed a power station. With near-complete impunity.”

Source: http://fullcomment.nationalpost.com/2013/11/06/barbara-kay-eyewitness-to-native-lawlessness/

This is so much bullshit. #fuckoff

Could’ve done without the cultural appropriation

babydoll-was-fucked-w-a-knife:

delesslin:

babydoll-was-fucked-w-a-knife:

delesslin:

babydoll-was-fucked-w-a-knife:

delesslin:

babydoll-was-fucked-w-a-knife:

"Ugh there’s something wrong with a society that tells me that I’m "bitching" about being scared to be looked at on the subway; that man is raping me with his eyes."

No, actually there’s something blatantly wrong with a society that doesn’t tell the general population that men make up the…

Are you gonna cite any sources?

I already have in multiple posts. A toddler could look this up on google. 

You are being hyperbolic. A toddler could not effectively research sexual assault statistics. But I did a quick google search for “sexual assault statistics by gender identity” and “prevalence of false sexual assault reports” and the results run counter to your assertions:
"in a 1995-1996 study conducted in the 50 states and the District of Columbia, nearly 25% of women and 7.6% were raped by [some sort of acquaintance or partner]" (http://www.americanbar.org/groups/domestic_violence/resources/statistics.html)

And

"All cases (N = 136) of sexual assault reported to a major Northeastern university over a 10-year period are analyzed to determine the percentage of false allegations. Of the 136 cases of sexual assault reported over the 10-year period, 8 (5.9%) are coded as false allegations. These results, taken in the context of an examination of previous research, indicate that the prevalence of false allegations is between 2% and 10%." (http://m.vaw.sagepub.com/content/16/12/1318.abstract)

That study has been ruled out as inconclusive, as well as being tweaked to make the numbers look bigger. 

Which study? Who has ruled it out? Cite. Your. Sources.

Read. My. Fucking. Blog. I’m. Not. Going. To. Cater. To. You. 

Alright, I’ve looked through your blog and can’t find anything related to the two sources I cited nor any sources about sexual assault generally. I don’t think this will be a fruitful conversation.

babydoll-was-fucked-w-a-knife:

delesslin:

babydoll-was-fucked-w-a-knife:

delesslin:

babydoll-was-fucked-w-a-knife:

"Ugh there’s something wrong with a society that tells me that I’m "bitching" about being scared to be looked at on the subway; that man is raping me with his eyes."

No, actually there’s something blatantly wrong with a society that doesn’t tell the general population that men make up the…

Are you gonna cite any sources?

I already have in multiple posts. A toddler could look this up on google. 

You are being hyperbolic. A toddler could not effectively research sexual assault statistics. But I did a quick google search for “sexual assault statistics by gender identity” and “prevalence of false sexual assault reports” and the results run counter to your assertions:
"in a 1995-1996 study conducted in the 50 states and the District of Columbia, nearly 25% of women and 7.6% were raped by [some sort of acquaintance or partner]" (http://www.americanbar.org/groups/domestic_violence/resources/statistics.html)

And

"All cases (N = 136) of sexual assault reported to a major Northeastern university over a 10-year period are analyzed to determine the percentage of false allegations. Of the 136 cases of sexual assault reported over the 10-year period, 8 (5.9%) are coded as false allegations. These results, taken in the context of an examination of previous research, indicate that the prevalence of false allegations is between 2% and 10%." (http://m.vaw.sagepub.com/content/16/12/1318.abstract)

That study has been ruled out as inconclusive, as well as being tweaked to make the numbers look bigger. 

Which study? Who has ruled it out? Cite. Your. Sources.

babydoll-was-fucked-w-a-knife:

delesslin:

babydoll-was-fucked-w-a-knife:

"Ugh there’s something wrong with a society that tells me that I’m "bitching" about being scared to be looked at on the subway; that man is raping me with his eyes."

No, actually there’s something blatantly wrong with a society that doesn’t tell the general population that men make up the…

Are you gonna cite any sources?

I already have in multiple posts. A toddler could look this up on google. 

You are being hyperbolic. A toddler could not effectively research sexual assault statistics. But I did a quick google search for “sexual assault statistics by gender identity” and “prevalence of false sexual assault reports” and the results run counter to your assertions:
"in a 1995-1996 study conducted in the 50 states and the District of Columbia, nearly 25% of women and 7.6% were raped by [some sort of acquaintance or partner]" (http://www.americanbar.org/groups/domestic_violence/resources/statistics.html)

And

"All cases (N = 136) of sexual assault reported to a major Northeastern university over a 10-year period are analyzed to determine the percentage of false allegations. Of the 136 cases of sexual assault reported over the 10-year period, 8 (5.9%) are coded as false allegations. These results, taken in the context of an examination of previous research, indicate that the prevalence of false allegations is between 2% and 10%." (http://m.vaw.sagepub.com/content/16/12/1318.abstract)

babydoll-was-fucked-w-a-knife:

"Ugh there’s something wrong with a society that tells me that I’m "bitching" about being scared to be looked at on the subway; that man is raping me with his eyes."

No, actually there’s something blatantly wrong with a society that doesn’t tell the general population that men make up the…

Are you gonna cite any sources?