Kat's Kraze

My name is Kaitlynn but I prefer to be called Kat. I'm a vegetarian, feminist, 90's lover, and music fanatic. My blog is music and feminism orientated with the occasional riff raff

castiel-knight-of-hell:

queen-of-fallen-angels:

castiel-knight-of-hell:

I don’t understand why Death gets lumped in with Supernatural villains. He’s the essence of neutrality. He doesn’t side with heaven or hell. His purpose is to get souls where they belong so they don’t become vengeful spirits. 
The only time he actively killed people was during the apocalypse and that’s because Lucifer had him bound. The other horsemen enjoyed wreaking havoc but Death had to be forced to do it. Isn’t that a clear indication that he’s not evil

Plus, he likes junkfood.
How could somebody liking junkfood be a villain.

Death loving junk food  is my favorite character trait because what do people always say to people who eat nothing but junk food? That stuff will kill you

castiel-knight-of-hell:

queen-of-fallen-angels:

castiel-knight-of-hell:

I don’t understand why Death gets lumped in with Supernatural villains. He’s the essence of neutrality. He doesn’t side with heaven or hell. His purpose is to get souls where they belong so they don’t become vengeful spirits. 

The only time he actively killed people was during the apocalypse and that’s because Lucifer had him bound. The other horsemen enjoyed wreaking havoc but Death had to be forced to do it. Isn’t that a clear indication that he’s not evil

Plus, he likes junkfood.

How could somebody liking junkfood be a villain.

Death loving junk food  is my favorite character trait because what do people always say to people who eat nothing but junk food? That stuff will kill you

…“Most of the rapes that northern soldiers committed were of black women,” and Murphy writes that “most states had laws stating that no crime of rape against slave women existed,” leaving them even less recourse to seek justice…..

Even if it was an upper-class white woman, who was more likely to believed, sometimes judges would dismiss it because they would feel, “Oh, [if she were really a lady] she would have been too ashamed to actually come forward.” So everything was stacked against the woman.

That’s the other thing: both the North and the South rarely thought it was rape when it was a black woman. It wasn’t until the Civil War when black women were actually able to come forward and call it rape. Before that time, even in the North, they would make it a lesser charge [for black women], if at all. I do have at least one record where a black woman was able to testify about a sexual assault in New York or someplace like that, but that was very rare. For the most part, black women’s voices went unheard…

-from, 

Gender, Race, and Rape During the Civil War

Slavery, the value of chastity, and laws that favored men all made it difficult for women to find justice during the chaos of war.

(via wocinsolidarity)