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nerd-on-duty: thingsfacebookislike: biglawbear: loud-and-queer: thatpettyblackgirl: TELL US AGAIN THAT THE NAZI COMPARISONS ARE HYPERBOLIC https://www.nbcnews.com/politics/immigration/thousands-immigrants-suffer-solitary-confinement-u-s-detention-centers-n1007881 Holy shit read the fucking article This administration needs to be tried in the ICC for crimes against humanity Three or four specifically discussed cases (and many more not explicitly mentioned) of named trans women being put in solitary for being trans. Often for months. (One case was like, almost a year.) Over 60 wheelchair users being put in solitary for using wheelchairs. Gay people being put in solitary for consensual kissing. Suicidal people being put in Even Worse Solitary for not wanting to survive the Slightly Less Horrid Solitary. “The mentally ill placed in isolation for reasons that included attempting suicide, being the victim of a physical attack or exhibiting behavior related to their mental illness.” “A Guatemalan man spent two months in solitary confinement at a county jail in Maryland. The reason: He had a prosthetic leg.” “A mentally ill Ukrainian man was put in isolation for 15 days at a detention facility in Arizona. His offense: putting half a green pepper in one of his socks.” “Moises Tino‐Lopez, 23, from Guatemala, died in 2016 in an isolation cell. Once in isolation, the facility did not ensure he got needed anti-seizure medication. He then died from a seizure.” (And they gave no reason for putting him in isolation, either.) And they only keep records of solitaries over 14 days. All the cases listed here are 15+ days of solitary, otherwise they wouldn’t even be on the record. Only 11% of detainees have lawyers. Once you’re in solitary, you pretty much can’t call your lawyer anymore even if you have one. You certainly can’t get one if you hadn’t had one before. The United Nations special rapporteur on torture has said that solitary confinement can amount to “torture or cruel, inhuman or degrading treatment,” and that isolation for more than 15 days should be banned, except in exceptional circumstances. : MSNBC eMSNBC @MSNBC Thousands of immigrants forced into solitary confinement by ICE for being physically disabled or gay. NEWS Thousands of immigrants suffer in solitary confinement in U.S. detention centers Newly obtained documents show that ICE detainees are sometimes placed in solitary for reasons that have nothing to do with rule violations By Hannah Rappleye, Andrew W. Lehren, Spencer Woodman and Vanessa Swales MCND Thousands of immigrants forced into solitary confinement by ICE msnbc.com 12:13 PM May 21, 2019 Social Flow 4.5K Retweets 2.9K Likes nerd-on-duty: thingsfacebookislike: biglawbear: loud-and-queer: thatpettyblackgirl: TELL US AGAIN THAT THE NAZI COMPARISONS ARE HYPERBOLIC https://www.nbcnews.com/politics/immigration/thousands-immigrants-suffer-solitary-confinement-u-s-detention-centers-n1007881 Holy shit read the fucking article This administration needs to be tried in the ICC for crimes against humanity Three or four specifically discussed cases (and many more not explicitly mentioned) of named trans women being put in solitary for being trans. Often for months. (One case was like, almost a year.) Over 60 wheelchair users being put in solitary for using wheelchairs. Gay people being put in solitary for consensual kissing. Suicidal people being put in Even Worse Solitary for not wanting to survive the Slightly Less Horrid Solitary. “The mentally ill placed in isolation for reasons that included attempting suicide, being the victim of a physical attack or exhibiting behavior related to their mental illness.” “A Guatemalan man spent two months in solitary confinement at a county jail in Maryland. The reason: He had a prosthetic leg.” “A mentally ill Ukrainian man was put in isolation for 15 days at a detention facility in Arizona. His offense: putting half a green pepper in one of his socks.” “Moises Tino‐Lopez, 23, from Guatemala, died in 2016 in an isolation cell. Once in isolation, the facility did not ensure he got needed anti-seizure medication. He then died from a seizure.” (And they gave no reason for putting him in isolation, either.) And they only keep records of solitaries over 14 days. All the cases listed here are 15+ days of solitary, otherwise they wouldn’t even be on the record. Only 11% of detainees have lawyers. Once you’re in solitary, you pretty much can’t call your lawyer anymore even if you have one. You certainly can’t get one if you hadn’t had one before. The United Nations special rapporteur on torture has said that solitary confinement can amount to “torture or cruel, inhuman or degrading treatment,” and that isolation for more than 15 days should be banned, except in exceptional circumstances.
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blackqueerblog: Guess it’s safe to say that Yandy is not about empowering anything other than White Supremacy and Hate. : Amanda Blackhorse @blackhorse a We went back to @Yandy to deliver @zoexrain petition w/ 13,773 signatures opposing their use of stolen Native identities as Halloween costumes for profit. CEO Jeff Watton immediately told us to leave & threatened to call the police. He refused any discussion with us. a change.org change.org TRIBAL TROUBLE NATIVE AMERICAN COSTUME TRIBAL TROUBLE NATIVE AMERICAN COSTUME TRIBAL TROUBLE NATIVE 69.95 $69.95 Stop Yandy From Using Our Culture As A Costume 13,773 have signed. Let's get to 15,000! blake johnson signed 3 minutes ago 슐 change.org change.org Stop Yandy From Using Our Culture As A Costume 13773 have signed. Lets get to 150 DON'T TOU H ME DON'T TOU MY HAIR DONT TOUC 개Y CULTURE Johnnie Jae aka The Brown Ball of... @johnniejae So, White women complained about the Handmaid's tale costume and @Yandy pulled the costume without hesitation. Native women spoke up against the racist and degrading Native costumes sold by Yandy and went to deliver a petition and the CEO threatened to cal the police. Amanda Blackhorse @blackhorse_a We went back to @Yandy to deliver @zoexrain petition w 13,773 signatures opposing their use of stolen Native identities as Halloween costumes for profit. CEO Jeff Watton immediately told us to leave & threatened to.. Show this thread 12:18 PM- 5 Oct 2018 7,744 Retweets 11,636 Likes 佣34锰●● blackqueerblog: Guess it’s safe to say that Yandy is not about empowering anything other than White Supremacy and Hate.
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blackqueerblog: Guess it’s safe to say that Yandy is not about empowering anything other than White Supremacy and Hate. : Amanda Blackhorse @blackhorse a We went back to @Yandy to deliver @zoexrain petition w/ 13,773 signatures opposing their use of stolen Native identities as Halloween costumes for profit. CEO Jeff Watton immediately told us to leave & threatened to call the police. He refused any discussion with us. a change.org change.org TRIBAL TROUBLE NATIVE AMERICAN COSTUME TRIBAL TROUBLE NATIVE AMERICAN COSTUME TRIBAL TROUBLE NATIVE 69.95 $69.95 Stop Yandy From Using Our Culture As A Costume 13,773 have signed. Let's get to 15,000! blake johnson signed 3 minutes ago 슐 change.org change.org Stop Yandy From Using Our Culture As A Costume 13773 have signed. Lets get to 150 DON'T TOU H ME DON'T TOU MY HAIR DONT TOUC 개Y CULTURE Johnnie Jae aka The Brown Ball of... @johnniejae So, White women complained about the Handmaid's tale costume and @Yandy pulled the costume without hesitation. Native women spoke up against the racist and degrading Native costumes sold by Yandy and went to deliver a petition and the CEO threatened to cal the police. Amanda Blackhorse @blackhorse_a We went back to @Yandy to deliver @zoexrain petition w 13,773 signatures opposing their use of stolen Native identities as Halloween costumes for profit. CEO Jeff Watton immediately told us to leave & threatened to.. Show this thread 12:18 PM- 5 Oct 2018 7,744 Retweets 11,636 Likes 佣34锰●● blackqueerblog: Guess it’s safe to say that Yandy is not about empowering anything other than White Supremacy and Hate.
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About pouring bleach in peoples laps: "I can post and say what I want on social media but when you call me out on it you're the one who's wrong and you've misinterpreted it.": Love this IN THE FIGHTIN MANSPREADING WITH BLEACH 3,381,716 Views In the Now 26 September at 19:00 Like Page This is a pretty extreme way to combat #manspreading 2 Comments 26K Shares b Like Comment Share Hahaha.. on the bus, for every guy sitting next to me Like Reply-9h learn, it's like training dogs isn't it Like Reply 5h absolutely! They might actually learn, it's like training dogs isn't it Like Reply 5h Write a reply.. This is a pretty extreme way to combat #manspreading". Jeez, can you imagine what you lot would be like if blokes went around pouring water over girls, and then comparing the act to be like "training dogs"? The amount of outroar, butthurt, and accusations of assault would be phenomenal Like Reply 23m Edited I think you've misinterpreted my words, I never said I agree with the actions. I just love that someone is actually standing up against it as it's incredibly rude/uncomfortable and females don't feel they have a choice when having to squeeze up when a male next time them is being inconsiderate and manspreading I do disagree and think it's extreme; but I understand the women have been doing it to create a statement. My comm pouring/spraying water is commonly used to train dogs/cats and by using this action we are essentially treating males as animals. No where in the comments did my friend or l state we agree with the act of pouring water on the males ent about training dogs is purely that Like Reply 18m "love this" and sharing it is clearly showing your support for this kind of treatment, and by making the reference and connection to spraying them like animals - that's just degrading in itself, imagine if a guy had said that about trying to get women to stop doing things that annoy them? You can make a statement without mildly assaulting people on public transport Yes I do support the statement, and I'm proud females are standing up against it. Doesn't mean I agree with the course of action. And in no way did I state otherwise. You may have misinterpreted and assumed the post as act of complete agreement. Like Reply 8m Shares post*, "love this", "it's like training dogs "You may have misinterpreted and assumed the post as act of complete agreement." And you wonder why? Like Reply-1m About pouring bleach in peoples laps: "I can post and say what I want on social media but when you call me out on it you're the one who's wrong and you've misinterpreted it."

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andauril: tellmevarric: vampmissedith: orphanspace: virginiaisforhaters: maaarine: “15 Men React To The Idea Of Taking Their Wife’s Last Name After Marriage” Men believe the family is their domain but when it comes to watching the children or doing chores suddenly it’s not their responsibility THAT LAST COMMENT THOUGH. We as a society need to discuss why it’s considered necessary for a woman to take a man’s name in a marriage, and why it is considered degrading the other way around. Take a minute to think about that: things that are considered necessary for women are degrading for men. It shows how society views women when you think of that. At one of my school reunions, I met one of my former classmates who had taken his wife’s surname. He was so chill about it. Told everyone very proudly that his wife was an only child (and so was her father and grandfather) so if she’d taken his last name or even if they’d hyphenated, she’d be the last of her family so he’d happily taken her name so that wouldn’t happen. The funny thing about it was that he was such a sexist piece of shit when he was at school. So, you know, people can grow and change. My mother kept her last name when she married my father, and he hyphenated, but ONLY because he had a son from his first marriage and he wanted for his son to share his last name too, else he’d taken my mother’s. Seriously, where the fuck is it emasculating to take your wife’s name. Men have to stop being babies ffs. : 15 Men React To The Idea Of Taking Their Wife's Last Name After Marriage By Mélanie Berliet View Comments 5. "There's something so emasculating about the notion of a man washing away his name altogether. The thought makes me uncomfortable, and kind of angry Edgar, 25 8. "No way. ological impulse ng. Biologically, the word domain keeps popping into my head. That sounds misogynistic, I know. But at my core, when all is said and done, I believe that the family is my domain. For instance, in any hypothetical state of emergency, I'm going be the one to sacrifice my life to save my wife and children. I should be the one whose name lives on." Raul, 29 12. "Listen, I'm a feminist. But we have to draw the line somewhere. Equal rights shouldn't come at the cost of upending all established conventions. Why get married at all if you don't want to embrace the related traditions?" Elijah, 27 14. "I have some friends out west who've done the combo last name thing for the baby, and that seems fair. Starting a new lineage is kind of cool. But taking her name? That's not fair. That's just lame. No thanks." Ethan, 30 andauril: tellmevarric: vampmissedith: orphanspace: virginiaisforhaters: maaarine: “15 Men React To The Idea Of Taking Their Wife’s Last Name After Marriage” Men believe the family is their domain but when it comes to watching the children or doing chores suddenly it’s not their responsibility THAT LAST COMMENT THOUGH. We as a society need to discuss why it’s considered necessary for a woman to take a man’s name in a marriage, and why it is considered degrading the other way around. Take a minute to think about that: things that are considered necessary for women are degrading for men. It shows how society views women when you think of that. At one of my school reunions, I met one of my former classmates who had taken his wife’s surname. He was so chill about it. Told everyone very proudly that his wife was an only child (and so was her father and grandfather) so if she’d taken his last name or even if they’d hyphenated, she’d be the last of her family so he’d happily taken her name so that wouldn’t happen. The funny thing about it was that he was such a sexist piece of shit when he was at school. So, you know, people can grow and change. My mother kept her last name when she married my father, and he hyphenated, but ONLY because he had a son from his first marriage and he wanted for his son to share his last name too, else he’d taken my mother’s. Seriously, where the fuck is it emasculating to take your wife’s name. Men have to stop being babies ffs.
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