In 2010, there were 8 school shootings in the US.
In 2011, there were 10.
In 2012, there were 14.
In 2013? 28.
If that doesn’t horrify you, then I don’t know what would.
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I was collecting the voice files from Disney Infinity when I noticed that Elsa’s are arranged and performed in a rather…amusing way.
Performed by Idina Menzel herself
OHMYGOD I’M DYING HAHAHAHAHA
YES!!!!!!!!!! This is what i needed!!!
She’s being fucked by Anna!!!!!!
It’s a mix of hell and outer space.
how are u going to tell me mermaids dont exist then
I will never forget the day a student came up to me after class and broke down crying, explaining that she couldn’t watch a film with a rape scene in it because she was sexually assaulted the year before and was still struggling emotionally. As she told me her story, I realized that my role as an instructor was no longer confined to simply lecturing in a classroom. I became painfully aware of the ways in which an assault can have devastating consequences that can affect a young woman’s emotional, physical, and mental well-being, and that can cost her years of schooling and opportunities. Certainly, not all survivors are women. My heart also broke when I taught a male student who told me he was considering suicide after being harassed by his roommate. But the vast majority of perpetrators are male. As was cited in the Huffington Post article, President Obama Models Men’s Leadership in Halting Sexual Assault, this fact should shape “the design and implementation of prevention strategies.” As students opened up to me it became blatantly clear that because of societal patriarchy that shapes rape culture and male violence, many of my students were not getting the equal opportunity to an education they deserved, which is why Title IX is so important.
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