Hello there, stranger! My name is Pepe and I live in San Diego. I'm 18 going to San Diego City College. My number is 619-869-2739 if you want to communicate. I like feminism, science, weed, philosophy, physics, scientists, mathematicians, crazy people, drugs, facts, and logic. I am a daily weed smoker interested in life through mary jane's magic hug. I like people who are bright, nice, and knowledgeable.
A few months back, a small twitter hashtag got kind of crazy - #overlyhonestmethods
Its a hashtag full of scientists admitting shortcuts in research, along with the daily face palms and annoyances of a scientific lifestyle. Science is hard, yo.
I decided to steal some of the more popular tweets from the trending hashtag along with some random images of scientists from Google image search and combine them. This is the result. it works, I think.
Is it possible to describe historical events in an unbiased way?
It all depends on the definition of unbiased. The description may seem objective but because of human bias inherent in our linguistics it would still in a sense be “biased.” So to answer your question, no, I don’t think it’s possible.
Imagine the uproar if these kinds of pictures were shown in magazines all the time. But nobody bats a fucking eyelid when we do it to women. Everyone (men (white men)) would be up in arms about ~misandry~ and hypersexualization, but do these dudebro MRAs care that women are subjected to this type of imagery /reversed/ in our own magazines on every second goddamn page? Didn’t think so.
THAT is why these images showing the reversal is important. Dudes will cry “you won’t get people to join your cause if you respond to degradation of your gender by degrading another gender” - no, fuck you. We are sick of the constant hypersexualization, and one photoset relieving us of our plight that makes you uncomfortable is NOTHING compared to what we deal with everyday.