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College, Goals, and Head: #ENOUGH NATIONAL SCHOOL WALKOUT -MARCH 14, 2018 WOMEN'S MARCH YOUTH EMPeWER the-occult-babe: geekinglikeaboss: weavemama: e-v-roslyn: weavemama: IT’S OFFICIAL. There will be a national school walkout on March 14th. This walkout demands action to finally be taken on gun violence. No more students deserve to be gunned down because lawmakers don’t wanna do anything about it. We are the generation that’s being affected the most by these weak gun laws, and WE are the ones who should be protesting about it. One student dying because of a gunman is one too many. SPREAD THE WORD, this applies to ALL students!! @weavemama What if our spring break falls on that day? How else can we pitch in? There’s another walkout date on April 20th! For the 18th anniversary of Columbine. OKAY!!! REALLY QUICK CAUSE YOU NEED TO KNOW THIS!!#1: YOUR RIGHTS DO NOT END ONCE YOU WALK INTO THE SCHOOL! You need to take a good long look at your rights and civil liberties because they will be called into question. I would strongly advise contact an ACLU representative and asking them about this so you are prepared to defend yourselves from a legal stand point because the shit is going to hit the fan and it’s going to hit it hard. #2: DO NOT RISE OR RESPOND TO THREATS! There will be threats. They will threaten to put you in detention, call your parents, expel you, get rid of your extra curricular activities, et cetera. Anything they can to control the situation  before the media gets involved or the school board. You must have solidarity within your participants, lock arms, form prayer circles, sit down and do not stand. Do whatever it takes to show a non-violent, passive approach to show that it is your intention to disrupt and draw attention to the problem without being physically confrontational.#3: SELECT A SPEAKER! Sooner or later, camera crews are going to show up. This is where messages get mixed and it becomes very easy to loose track of your goals. Draft a short speech, under 30 seconds, and select a speaker for your school who will address the media with the concerns of the student body and the demands you have before you will return to school and your education.#4: TAKE YOUR EDUCATION INTO YOUR OWN HANDS! This is not a chance to take advantage and get some time off school. The media WILL USE THIS as an excuse to discredit you. If you can, get teachers on board who will provide you with a curriculum that you can continue to work on from home. Do NOT GIVE UP YOUR EDUCATION! Refuse to participate in a government funded system of education which denies you basic safety.#5: If you can, GET YOUR TEACHERS INVOLVED! Is there a teacher your trust as a group? Is there a teacher who would offer their support, voice and guidance during this walk out? Get them involved. I know it’s not fair, but teen voices are underrated and overlooked. Having an adult head the operation or at the very least being willing to speak out IN YOUR FAVOR ON CAMERA will go a long way to adding legitimacy to your cause! Remember, their lives are in danger too, and more than once a teacher has put themselves between the shooter and their students. Ask them to be a part of this if you can. I don’t think this applies to college but for all you kiddos
Dad, Drunk, and Food: <p><a href="https://myboredjunk.tumblr.com/post/159804973918/libertarirynn-dad-trash-humansofnewyork" class="tumblr_blog">myboredjunk</a>:</p> <blockquote><p><a href="https://libertarirynn.tumblr.com/post/159801828539/dad-trash-humansofnewyork-my-father-never" class="tumblr_blog">libertarirynn</a>:</p><blockquote> <p><a href="http://dad-trash.tumblr.com/post/159651475882/humansofnewyork-my-father-never-valued-my" class="tumblr_blog">dad-trash</a>:</p> <blockquote> <p><a href="http://www.humansofnewyork.com/post/159516414346/my-father-never-valued-my-mother-she-did" class="tumblr_blog">humansofnewyork</a>:</p> <blockquote><p> “My father never valued my mother. She did everything for him. She worked all day, then she came home to cook dinner. My father just came home to sleep. She’d bring him his food on a tray. Everything had to be perfect: right colors, right napkins, everything. But he’d still call her names. He’d get drunk and yell at her for nothing. My mother was submissive and accepted it all. She’d even get mad at me if I tried to intervene. Eventually my father had an affair with our neighbor. And two years ago he left our home to be with her. Recently I spoke to him on the phone. He sounded depressed. He’d just broken up with the woman. He told me that he’d given her everything, but she still left him. He’d cooked for her, he’d treated her well, and he’d bought her whatever she wanted. But nothing was enough. I asked him if he realized what life was teaching him. He had no answer.”<br/><br/>(Bogotá, Colombia)<br/><br/></p></blockquote> <p>Men aint shit lmao</p> </blockquote> <p>Wow this story is literally about how both men and women can be abusive and take advantage of their partners and that you should love and appreciate people instead of neglecting them and this is a man telling the story so clearly he understands this and still what you got out of it was “men ain’t shit lmao”.</p> </blockquote> <p>Seems even less like abuse and more just they didn’t respond to each other’s love language. He got her gifts and she gave him service, but neither realized that was love.</p></blockquote> <p>&ldquo;My father just came home to sleep. She’d bring him his food on a tray. Everything had to be perfect: right colors, right napkins, everything. But he’d still call her names. He’d get drunk and yell at her for nothing.&rdquo;</p><p>Read it again, he did not give her gifts. He abused her. He gave the woman he left his wife for gifts.</p>