Let's make it RAINN... literally

        Hey, you! Yeah, you there in the seat, eating Cheetos and sucking down Mountain Dew like it's going out of style. Do you hate armchair activists? Obnoxious whiny feminazis? Self-entitled assholes who never say you do anything good? Hate Tumblr in general? Or, and who are we joking here, an actual good person who's willing to help people?

        Well, then today's your day!

        BABScon, along with some fellows over at /mlp/, have created a RAINN-based charity drive to raise some money for victims of sexual assualt, and they need your help!

        Your every dollar helps abuse victims, as 95 cents out of every dollar immediately goes to funding  victim shelters, sexual assault hotlines, and to anti-rape lobbying, education, and advertising. So come on guys, what the hell are you waiting for. Donate what you can, every bit helps. Plus, it's a tax write-off too, so that helps!

         So please, go here: http://rainnmakers.rainn.org/mlp
         And donate as much as you can, and remember, every dollar you donate is more dollars than people like Pinkiepony have ever donated to helping actual people out.  

        Remember guys, >rape is funny, actual rape isn't.

It is important to note that RAINN (correctly) doesn't believe "rape culture" is actually a thing
"In 16 pages of recommendations, RAINN urged the task focus to remain focused on the true cause of the problem. “In the last few years, there has been an unfortunate trend towards blaming “rape culture” for the extensive problem of sexual violence on campuses. While it is helpful to point out the systemic barriers to addressing the problem, it is important to not lose sight of a simple fact: Rape is caused not by cultural factors but by the conscious decisions, of a small percentage of the community, to commit a violent crime,”"

Update: the charity has passed it's original goal and is still seeking additional funds through the end of the campaign.

Comments (5)

  1. Will donate this Wednesday when paycheck arrives.

  2. >implying rape isn't funny

  3. Fighting rape without buying into the "rape culture" shit? There's got to be some kind of catch here.

    1. Yeah it seems too rational to be real. And yet here we are

  4. Looks like we did it.