Regular users of pornography are less likely to convict for a rape, and less likely to give a harsh sentence to a rapist if in fact convicted. Conversely, individuals who do not use pornography are more likely to convict an accused rapist. Garcia, L.T. (1986). Exposures to pornography and attitude about women and rape: A correlative study. AG 22 (1853) 382-383.
Zillman & Bryant, (1984). Effects of massive exposure to pornography. In N.M. Malamuth, & E. Donnerstein (Eds), Pornography and Sexual Aggression (pp. 115-142). Orlando, FL: Academic Press. (via yoursocialconstructsareshowing)

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I’d choose you. In a hundred lifetimes, in a hundred worlds, in any version of reality, I’d find you and I’d choose you. (via forever-and-alwayss)

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To the Christian Woman

jumpinjulianofnorwich:

The first thing you learn as a Christian woman
is that your body belongs to God.
From consecrated picket lines outside of clinics strumming
“What if Jesus had been aborted?” on Evangelic guitars
to the ten year girls in purity ball dresses that make them look like tiny ghosts,
pledging their…

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if I ever have my own team
I am picking everyone first
even the worst kid
and the kid with the stutter like a skipping record
‘cause I know all of us are scratched,
even if you can’t hear it when we speak.

Andrea Gibson  (via iamnomanatee)

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stop Taking verses out of context.

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Saying that you should use grace to talk to atheists about God and then practically calling them stupid for not talking about God is not okay.

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OH MY GOD NOT ALL ATHEISTS ARE JUDGING RUDE ATTACKING PEOPLE.

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The biggest problem with this youth group is not that no one loves God because yes, I am sure many of them do. The problem is that they only know how to love others that are picture-perfect people. The “druggies, whores, and lonely kids” they are all outsiders. Condemned for being skeptics of the faith.
Condemned because of their past.
Condemned because of their predicted future.
Condemned because they don’t fit the pre constructed mold set up by parents whose kids “have it all together.”

Why can’t we love? Why can’t we accept people and take them in the place they are?

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