this line just really means a lot to me.
A year or two ago I reblogged the top image not knowing it was from a drama/anime/manga. Probably because it wasn’t sourced or tagged …and I couldn’t read kanji very well at the time, apparently …I loved it so much it was the background on my computer for almost a year (a long time for me!) Today I finally came across it again in the form of the TV show: Space Brothers (宇宙兄弟) and a rediscovering of the incredibly amazing artist who made this beautiful fanart 💕💕💕 Little did I know that this show would sucker punch me right in the feels. I’m crying as I’m writing this … (don’t cry on the keyboard, idiot!!!)
The artist, Rei 零, is >here< You REALLY need to check out their work!!!
And the series can be watched >here< with a free membership.
Regardless of how you feel about Anita Sarkeesian’s brand of feminist critique of video games, no sane human being could possibly look at the horrific threats made against her and think, yeah I’m with the guys who want the feminists dead because THEY’RE RUINING VIDEO GAMES!!!
Typical racist rhetoric:
The “oh, but you’re not like the rest of them” line.
His fucking face in the third pic is like every white boy I’ve ever seen try to explain away his racist/sexist/homophobic comment.
When it’s actually the opposite. European settlers were the savages. Native Americans had running irrigation systems! They had beautiful and intricate cities and homes and communities. They were clean, and respectful of the environment, and even used a form of breath sweeteners! But no. You won’t learn any of that in American history classes. You won’t learn about the complete and utter genocide of a nation of people who originally inhabited this land. Nope.
Obviously they weren’t that advanced if we were able to defeat them so easily
You’re right. The practices native Americans used to keep their homes and villages clean wasn’t advanced enough to fight off the diseases brought over by those nasty ass white settlers. Probably because they’d never been exposed to such a degree of filth and little regard for hygiene. That was a large reason many indigenous Americans died, disease.