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French, Doctors Without Borders, and Marathon: OTimo Vordeil They did it ! 40 french streamers raised more than 1 MILLION euros for Doctors Without Borders after a 50 + hours streaming marathon ! Congrats

They did it ! 40 french streamers raised more than 1 MILLION euros for Doctors Without Borders after a 50 + hours streaming marathon ! Congr...

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Arguing, Friends, and Mlg: oO Verizon 81% 2:59 PM Share mobile.twitter.com Open in app Sign up Log in Women's March Seoul retweeted Paperclip-News @aerdt 2000 people participated in the sister march in #Seoul, Korea (pic via @MarchSeoul) #MarchOnWashington 8h 1115 132 Women's March Seoul retweeted Keg Sto R 順戫殞 60 欷戩暀彀氩勳姢鞝勳毄 ADMA 50 REGEN DA @ 81% oO Verizon 2:59 PM Share mobile.twitter.com Open in app Women's March Seoul retweeted 鈽嗏槅鈽3.24鈽嗏槄鈽呺硠霠 @so0918 #靹戈硠鞐劚_瓿惦彊頄夓_靹滌毟 齑堧皹鞐 鞀ろ嫲旎 氚涥碃 韸胳湕氤措┐靹 頄夓 霐半澕臧霠る嫟臧 旮胳瀮鞏 氩勲牑靹..瓯办潣 頉勲皹鞐 頄夓鞐 彀胳棳頃橁矊 霅橁复 頄 歆毵 肟岆摨頃橂嫟 ! 11h 唳 鞖半Μ臧 頃欖敖鞁滌爤, 靹标祼鞙 鞁滉皠鞐 鞁滌箔 頄堧崢 雮欗儨 霃欖榿靸侅潃 SCHEAM 臁办瀾 霅 瓴冹瀰雼堧嫟. MARCH WOMEN'S 瓿勳瀳雼 HTS NO SEX HIK! E NATION NO RIGHTS NO RIGHTS NO SEX 335 23 Women's March Seoul retweeted Pirx @tantra_algrab @lifejogipogi @MarchSeoul 鞎勲媹鞐愳殧 鞕戈淡鞚 鞏 雼堧摛 氤胳澑霌れ澊 鞎岇晞靹 甑樃 毵岆摛瓿 鞕胳箻瓿 歃愱瞾瓴 鞛 12h 靹戈硠鞐劚 SHARE The symbol also showed up on some stickers beside the slogan, "The Rise Of The Woman = The Rise Of The Nation." NO RIGHTS NO SEX NO RIGHTS NO SEX NO MEANS N FEMI WIKI FEMINIKI NO RIGHTS NO SEX NO SHTS NO SEX PUSS 搿滊Μ韮 韼胳箻 2030 W FEM CAMP 靹戈硠鞐劚 that Russian PUSS government WOMEN'S 02.10- MARCH 瓿惦彊頄夓 雲鸽瀫臧 臁半崟甑 @thopeto Follow 韼橂甑快(?)電 鞏胳牅雮 頇橃榿鞚挫暭(feat. 雿旊煬鞖 毂呾儊)# 靹戈硠鞐劚_瓿惦彊頄夓_靹滌毟 12:23 PM 21 Jan 2017 e demand rainbows-lets-plays: nisat: victoriancuddler: music-in-the-bell-jar: D.Va鈥檚 bunny emblem is being used in the Women鈥檚 March in Seoul!!! Hana Song would def approve of this I鈥檓 sorry about the long post but鈥. You know what鈥檚 really cool about this 鞝勲敂順 (鞝勱淡 霐旊皵 順戫殞 - national D.va association) movement in korea? as much as korea is known for being good at e-sports, female gamers face a SHITLOAD of ridicule and discrimination and by shitload i kid you not. The number of female gamers participating in korean mlg is alarmingly small(or none, in some games), and while some people may think it鈥檚 a coincidence, it鈥檚 not. Female gamers that are more than capable of competing in mlg are constantly turned away from the gaming scene because people believe 鈥榤en are inherently better at games鈥, and even if they do participate, they receive a lot more harassment from the viewers than a male gamer would. If they do well, their success is downplayed. If they don鈥檛, their failure is automatically attributed to their gender. And it鈥檚 not just in mlg! The whole gaming scene in korea is a horrible, horrible place for women to be in general- almost all of my gaming friends (and myself) have gotten some kind of sexual harassment just because they got on voicechat. By sexual harassment it鈥檚 not just everyday cat-calling(which sucks on its own), women get ACTUAL RAPE THREATS over chat for making a minor mistake(or even just being there). I鈥檓 not going to go into detail because just thinking about what they said makes me want to throw up, but you鈥檒l be surprised at how often it happens. Making things worse, a lot of famous streamers use violent language directed towards women such as 靷检澕頃(literally an acronym of 鈥榳omen should be beaten every three days鈥), and make rude comments whenever a woman happens to be in their team. the men who watch this replicate their actions mindlessly, contributing to the violent atmosphere women are already in. Someone might argue Korean gaming culture is just violent and unforgiving in general regardless of gender because gamers get so competitive. Regardless of gender? I don鈥檛 think that鈥檚 the case. the 鈥淣ational D.va Association鈥 started as a twitter account managed by one anonymous person, but quickly gathered a huge following of female korean gamers standing against discrimination in the gaming scene. Yes, as someone said, Hana would certainly be proud, but that鈥檚 not really what they鈥檙e aiming for. In fact, they鈥檙e fighting to make the country a better place for Hana to be born in. A country with a gaming culture that doesn鈥檛 discourage women from playing games, where women can compete equally with men, where women can actually be at the top of the ranks without being stigmatized and disregarded. They鈥檙e actually fighting to make D.va possible. It might just be a bunny symbol and yes, I get that people are excited to see something from Overwatch in the Women鈥檚 march, but that symbol and D.va鈥檚 existence as a character means a lot LOT more to us. Please give a big shoutout to everyone that contributed to the National D.va association! I might just be an artist in my corner minding my own business, but as a Korean, a female, and a gamer myself, I can鈥檛 find the words to express how proud and glad I am for this kind of movement to actually happen. Thank you Blizzard for Hana Song. Thanks for reading! reblogging this because I had no idea and fuck is this powerful. Play on Sisters! Play on!
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