Copied and pasted from the “Beyond Wonderland - Bay Area” FB group.
On Saturday at Beyond Wonderland a good friend of mine got lost from the group she came with and was approached by a couple(pictured above, click to enlarge/see whole image) who insisted on taking care of her and being her friend. She thought they were friendly and wanted to help. The couple bought her a few drinks and before she knew what was happening she blacked out becoming paralyzed from what she remembers (btw she was not on any drugs). She remembers them holding her and walking out the gates and she pleaded for them to let her stay but quickly blacked out again waking up in a hotel being raped by both of them. She was able to escape when they weren’t looking and thankfully got away as they tried chasing her. Everyone needs to know who these people are so this doesn’t happen to anyone else. This is beyond disgusting…the information we have so far :
Girls name - Yesenia
Guys name - Adrian (maybe) had black shirt that says “Cocaine & Caviar”
Hotel - Days Inn N Mathilda rd
They had a rental car and were from OC
Please if you know these people or happen to see them or even have pictures of them please message Joshua Brassy (<—linked) any info you have. The only positive thing that can come from this is preventing it from happening to anyone else.
ALL OBVIOUS THINGS ARE ALREADY BEING TAKEN CARE OF (i.e. calling police, hotel, etc.) IT’D BE MUCH APPRECIATED IF YOU SHARED THIS POST TO RAISE AWARENESS AND HOPEFULLY PREVENT SOMETHING LIKE THIS FROM HAPPENING AGAIN.
Edited w proper contact link & updated shirt description
That’s super fucked for a fest with such good vibes :/
10:11 am • 23 September 2014 • 8,989 notes
“White people are not afraid of “white genocide” they are afraid of whiteness being de-centered from the very fabric of our society and no longer being held as the standard for humanity.”
— Trixstra (via theracismrepellent)
1:24 pm • 9 September 2014 • 5,328 notes
Why GamerGate Is Destined To Fail
What Is GamerGate?
It’s the Tea Party of video games. And Zoe Quinn is its Benghazi.
Okay, But What Is GamerGate Really?
GamerGate has been disingenuously framed as a grassroots campaign of gamers “concerned with the quality and integrity of video game journalism.” The campaign is, in…
9:54 am • 8 September 2014 • 1,985 notes
a human being made this. this exists. what kind of world do we live in. im ashamed and confused.
im so hard
(Source: thominyourside, via bob-loblaw-law-blog)
12:54 am • 31 August 2014 • 68,739 notes
Taylor Swift throwing shade on Joe Jonas back in 2008 (X)
(Source: thisonesforthehistorybooks.com, via lacy)
9:17 pm • 17 August 2014 • 40,749 notes
#tbt to when I commuted to Palo Alto two days a week. I weirdly miss it
7:37 pm • 14 August 2014
The problem with the world is not that we are being controlled by the new world order or the illuminati. The problem is that the real world is a complex and vast matrix of human wants and actions. The end result of such produces some nasty results that end up harming a lot more people than it helps. The people in the system are just as much a victim as the ones outside. The system would not stop if figures at the top decided they didn’t want to do it anymore. It would continue on without them.
We like to think its a small group of people controlling us because that’s something we can defeat. If we can identify them, we can drag then out into the street and end their reign. Then we can fix the problems of the world. But it’s not. We created this prison state in America. After columbine, people were pissed that we couldn’t respond to an active shooter situation as well as we could have. We demanded that the police be better outfitted. We asked for these measures, of course they will be abused in some other location or time.
We can’t stop this easily. To change the world, we need to change a lot. Society is a lot more complex and subtle than a couple rich people controlling everything that happens. Every generation inherited the mess from the previous generation. They did their best and sometime it works, sometimes it doesn’t.
1:10 pm • 14 August 2014