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Petitioning Brigada de investigación tecnológica de la Policía

Cierre de la plataforma ‘Dominación Machista’ #YoNoCreoEnElMachismo

“Nuestra misión es adoctrinar a la mujer como ser inferior destinado para respetar, servir, obedecer y seguir al hombre". Así se define la plataforma “Dominación Machista”, blog que promueve la invisibilización, el desprecio, la humillación, la vejación y el maltrato a la mujer como forma de vida. Además, establece y difunde prácticas para tratar a la mujer como objeto y anular cualquier capacidad de decisión que pueda tener. ¿Cómo lo hacen? Desde colgando en el blog imágenes imágenes pornográficas en las que las mujeres son sometidas, golpeadas y atadas, hasta textos y respuestas que pretenden crear una “filosofía” en la que la mujer es ese ser inferior creado para el disfrute del macho alfa. No podemos dejar que continúen fomentando estas ideas y roles entre hombres y mujeres, intentando crear toda una "nueva forma de pensar y ser" con unas normas que violan cualquier derecho fundamental de las mujeres. Cuesta pensar que en 2016 puedan existir plataformas como esta. Ya hemos conseguido que cierren su página de Facebook, pero aún hay cientos de personas visitando cada día su web. Si a ti también te parece que estos contenidos son aberrantes y deben ser eliminados sin falta, firma esta petición >>

Comunicación sin Machismo
100,541 supporters
Petitioning ASPCA, House Rabbit Society, The Humane Society, Instagram, Facebook, Tumblr, Snapchat, Twitter, Inc

Justice for Abused and Murdered Rabbits

We need to stop this man from continuing to abuse and murder rabbits. He has been reported numerous times resulting in deletion of his Instagram accounts, yet he comes back each and every time — promising to torture more bunnies. WE MUST STOP HIM. We can do this by signing this petition, so that social media organizations (Instagram, Facebook, Snapchat, Twitter, etc.), the police, and animal care societies will take notice and seek justice for all the bunnies he has murdered. We must do all that we can to fight cruelty. LET'S RAISE AWARENESS AND STOP THIS MONSTER!!!!   ***PLEASE READ: I’ve created a second petiton asking IG to instate stricter rules against animal cruelty. This current case is what inspired it. Please click-on/paste the link for more details. I hope you will support this cause as well. ♥️   

Anne Y.
23,160 supporters

Stop the ban on all adult blogs as well as some NSFW blogs.

The fact that Tumblr is trying to hide all blogs with adult content and practically shun some blogs that actually do post quality art even though they do post NSFW sometimes is bad. I do understand porn and things like that are bad, but I think that Tumblr should give some people a chance, considering that some post/draw NSFW to make a living and can't do so if they're being blocked from all tags. Shunning people off of Tumblr is NOT THE ANSWER to getting rid of all of the porn. We gotta make Tumblr/Yahoo! Staff see this! Please try to support, the fate of some really great artists are in your hands! Any sort of popularity helps! Reblogs, Tumblr posts, etc, etc. If you to make Tumblr post, though, tag them as 'stop the ban' or 'dont ban nsfw', please! If you'd like more info on this situation, the link to the problem is here: More info here: SUPER IMPORTANT EDIT!: We did it, everyone! 20,000+ in about 2 and a half days! Bravo! And would you look at that! Tumblr's NSFW content rules are back to normal again! David Karp himself made a post about the situation, and you can find it here!: If you'd also like to contact me, my tumblr blog is: !!! Thank you so much for your support! I'm so very proud of all of you who signed this petition, and mailed in letters to tumblr staff, and everyone who participated in making Tumblr stop the ban! Bravo!

Auroara Leduc
20,345 supporters
Petitioning Tumblr

Remove Tumblr's 'Best Stuff First' Option, or at least, Leave It 'Off' by Default

Tumblr's 'Best Stuff First' Option is seriously detrimental to content creators: artists, writers, and editors of all kinds. Most people are unaware of how to turn off the option and it is dangerous to those who wish to continue creating for their followers because their dashboard has been rearranged instead of posts being shown chronologically, in the order in which they were made. It is very important to creators to have a following that encourages them to continue doing what they love, but with the enormous drop in notes that many popular blogs have been dealing with since the update, it seems as though many will become discouraged in the long run.  We ask Tumblr to please remove this update, or at least let it be turned off by default, because Tumblr is a place for creators and we fear that we may not be getting the exposure we deserve.

Soley Mongomery
19,234 supporters
Petitioning Tumblr

Remove Tumblr's brand new 'safe mode' update

As of today, Tumblr has introduced a new way of blocking sensitive media on their site, with a new "safe mode" update. This safe mode has blocked many things that don't even come close to being sensitive, and if you're under 18 there is no way to turn it off, period.  This petition aims to make Tumblr realise that this update is ,quite frankly, useless, as the multitude of Tumblr users have other, better ways to block sensitive content that they don't wish to see, such as blacklisting tags or blocking offensive blogs. Furthermore, before the update, Tumblr's safe mode was already useful for blocking sensitive content by blocking all blogs and posts that had been flagged as NSFW. This new update, however, is seemingly blocking posts and blogs at random. It is reducing not only what content people see on Tumblr, but also what people can post. Many people can't see content their friends are reblogging, other's are being treated to a dashboard full of blocked posts, and a few can't do anything due to everything being blocked. Even the LGBT tags are being branded as NSFW, which is a horribly homophobic thing for Tumblr to do during Pride Month. This update is useless, untested, and broken, It's not needed, and basically the entirety of Tumblr's userbase can agree that Tumblr has updated the wrong things. Something like a tag blocker for mobile would be much better, and it would be more useful too. When this petition reaches enough signatures, it will be sent to Tumblr as a sign of how much people dislike this update. The aim is to have them backtrack the update, and hopefully get them to focus on more useful updates instead of one that breaks the entire site. Tumblr should be a site for everyone, and this update is preventing that from being a thing. 

Java Enders
18,744 supporters
Petitioning Tumblr

Remove neo-nazis and white supremacists from Tumblr

Following Discord's recent shutdown of racist alt-right servers, we ask that Tumblr takes neo-nazis and other white supremacy groups more seriously instead of repeatedly ignoring reports on violent language. I've reported several neo-nazi types to staff, including those who have posts like "gas the k-kes" and "kill n-gger apes" alongside nazi imagery and romanticized portraits of Hitler.  This is the response I get every time. > Hello, > Thanks for bringing this to our attention; we really appreciate your efforts to make > Tumblr a safer place for everyone. > We do strongly suggest you block this user. You can find out more about how to  > do that here: Tumblr staff - by ignoring the rampant and violent hate problem within their community - are providing a safe place for violent fascists and other racists to feel at home.  This specially ironic since Tumblr pretends to stand with Charlottesville victims despite actively hosting neo-nazi groups.   It's outrageous that Tumblr staff refuses to ban these hate communities, and even more insulting that they pretend to be at the forefront of social justice.  We want our communities to feel safe, and that cannot continue with the large neo-nazi presence.  Multiple have already died in the past few months because of this ideology. It's clear that Tumblr will not respond to anything except negative publicity or advertisers leaving their network.  So please let them know how the Tumblr community feels by signing and sharing. What we need to happen: 1. Take reports more seriously.  Do not just ask the user to block a dangerous user. 2. Explicitly condemn this hate speech in your Terms of Service.  Although it already is to an extent, staff does not seem to follow their own rules. 3. Stop giving a safe place for Nazis and white nationalists.  This behavior has NO place on Tumblr and you must remove those inciting hatred and violence. 4. Assign moderators to deal with this issue internally. Thank you for your help.

doomy doomster
18,651 supporters
Petitioning Jerry Brown, Dianne Feinstein, California State Senate, California State House, Nancy Pelosi, Kevin McCarthy, Hillary Clinton, Doug LaMalfa, Connie Leyva, Donald Wagner, Donald Trump, President Don...

Unhomeless the Homeless in California

Declare Homelessness State of Emergency in California L.A. County Homeless On any given night, there are over 148,000 homeless people in California - 23% of the entire nation’s homeless population.  Los Angeles County has the second largest population of homeless people of any region in the United States, according to a government report released Wednesday. In Los Angeles, 600,000 people are considered "severely rent burdened," which means they spend half their income on rent. More than 8,000 people became homeless here for the first time last year, according to the 2017 Los Angeles Homeless Services Authority report. "We are reaching levels of inequality that we have not seen since the Gilded Age," said Tracy Rosenthal of the Los Angeles Tenants Union. The union helps organize tenant boycotts against things like rent increases and gentrification. Los Angeles County's total — 55,188 — was behind only New York City's 76,501, according to the 2017 Annual Homeless Assessment Report to Congress by the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development. However, 95 percent of people experiencing homelessness in New York City were sheltered, the report found, while only 25 percent of those experiencing homelessness in Los Angeles were sheltered in 2017. The HUD report findings were similar to the results of the 2017 Greater Los Angeles Homeless Count released in June by the Los Angeles Homeless Services Authority, which put the county's homeless total at 57,794 — an increase of 23 percent over the previous count. The HUD report found that on one night in January, nearly one of every four people experiencing homelessness in the United States was in New York City or Los Angeles. According to the report, overall homelessness increased nationwide this year for the first time in seven years, by slightly under 1 percent compared to 2016. On a given night across the country, 553,742 people were homeless, with nearly two-thirds housed in shelters or transitional housing programs and one- third living on the streets, according to the report L.A.'s big increase in homelessness had a significant impact on the national numbers. Between 2016 and 2017, individual homelessness increased by 9 percent (15,540 people) in the nation's major cities. Los Angeles accounted for 60 percent of this increase. According to the report, Los Angeles County ranked: - second nationally in the percent of unsheltered homeless, at 84.3 percent; - first in the number of individuals who are homeless, at 47,082; - first in the number of unaccompanied homeless youth at 5,163; and first in the number of homeless veterans (4,476) and percentage of unsheltered veterans (76.1 percent). California had 134,278 homeless people, and while the Golden State has the nation's largest population, the rate of 34 homeless residents per 10,000 people was twice the national average, according to the report. Of those, 68 percent were living on the streets, by far the worst percentage. The report said half the nation's homeless live in California, New York, Florida, Texas or Washington. Counties across the state are facing a pervasive and deepening homeless crisis that imminently endangers the health and safety of tens of thousands of residents, including veterans, women, children, LGBT, youth, persons with disabilities and seniors.  Nowhere is this more evident than in Los Angeles County at least  134,278 men, women and children -- 10,000 to 12,000 in Downtown, including more than 8,000 parents and children in the San Fernando Valley alone -- are without homes. There are beds for less than one third of the homeless in Los Angeles county, comprehensive services are available to far fewer than half, and the county jails are routinely used as a substitution for mental health facilities.  In Los Angeles county the tremendous scale of homelessness threatens the economic stability of the entire region by burdening emergency medical services and the social services infrastructure. It is time to treat this crisis like the emergency it truly is.  The increasing numbers of displaced homeless people and the lack of ongoing resources to stably re-house them require immediate and extraordinary action. That is why We in LA County are taking the lead in a statewide effort to ask Governor Brown to declare a state of emergency in California to address this growing humanitarian crisis. Please join us! Sign our petition urging to declare the homeless crisis a state of emergency and bring the concerted effort and resources needed to tackle this crisis in a meaningful way.  Homelessness, Humanitarianism, Social justice, Human Rights, Economic Justice, Homeless crisis, Affordable housing, Civil Rights, Civil Liberties, and the Right to Live Free of prejudice. No human in our country should be homeless. Let's take the first step together. Everyone deserves a safe place to call home.  Then Share this petition with your friends on social media to spread the word even further. Thank you for your support.

Lori Jean Siebers
3,747 supporters
Petitioning Facebook, Twitter, Inc, People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA), Tumblr, Google, Inc, Yahoo

Stop's Sundays Dog-Meat Eat Festival in Yulin / Firma para detener el "Festival de Yulin, la fiesta de la vergüenza"

El festival anual de carne de perro de china repugna al mundo entero, menos a los que participan en el. Los defensores de los animales dicen que el mercado de carne de perros es cruel, antihigiénico y está mal regulado. Por ese motivo tantas mascotas robadas como perros callejeros acaban convertidos en un manjar.A pesar de las duras críticas recibidas hasta por su propio país, estas personas piensan comer carne de perro. Algo cruel para ellos, indignante para la humanidad. Ayuda con tu firma para que llegue hasta el presidente de China y pueda detenerse este cruel acto.

Elena Plasencia
3,315 supporters
Petitioning Tumblr

Remove pedophiles,MAPs,and NOPs from tumblr!

Tumblr is a 13+ website, meaning there are plenty of minors there. Along with minors there are pedophiles,and maps, and nops "(non offending pedophiles)" that make the minors feel unsafe in their safe spaces. I am a minor myself and they make me uncomfortable, and i know they make plently of others uncomfy.

Yoosung ⭐️
2,399 supporters
Petitioning Yahoo, Tumblr

Have Tumblr Actually Do Something About These P.orn Bots.

For almost a year now p.orn bots have plagued the site we use. Porn bots at first weren't a problem, they would just follow us and we'd block them but now they're taking pictures, art, and posts from the tags and replacing the captions or posts completely with links to p.orn sites and cam girls sites. This is putting minors at risk by exposing them to sexual content and it can attract dangerous predators to these minors' blog. It also fetishizes trans folk who don't want to be. So please we're begging now, do something about these bots.

Annarose Moth
1,719 supporters