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21 year old with big dreams and even bigger fears.


Which Hogwarts house will you be sorted into?

pondsy:

Seriously guys, anyone who’s stressing about exams right now needs to give this a listen.

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1 week ago
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hey-nnister:

helioscentrifuge:

SHOTS FIRED

Damn that turned innocent to calling out sexism real fast

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1 week ago
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cleophatrajones:

magnacarterholygrail:

purechilvary:

You think you know a bitch…

#thesehoesaintloyal

#bitchassness

cleophatrajones:

magnacarterholygrail:

purechilvary:

You think you know a bitch…

#thesehoesaintloyal

#bitchassness

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No, I’m not ok. But I haven’t been ok since I was 11, maybe 12. I am still here though.
I’m still breathing. For me, sometimes, that will have to be enough.
If a girl is lucky enough to receive any sex education, she will be taught the biological basics. She’ll learn that men have penises and testicles and produce sperm and women have vaginas and uterii and produce ova. She’ll learn that when a man and a woman have sex, the man inserts his penis into the woman’s vagina until he ejaculates. She’ll learn that the semen in the ejaculate will render her vulnerable to pregnancy so she will have to protect herself by using a hormonal or a barrier contraceptive. Hormonal contraception is preferable because barrier methods such as condoms, while safer for women, apparently reduce sensation for men which is obviously a no-no. It’s much better that a woman take a pill every day for her entire reproductive lifespan, or get a painful injection every 12 weeks, or have a copper rod inserted into her uterus, or a silicone rod implanted into her arm. She probably won’t learn that 3 out of 4 women never orgasm from vaginal intercourse. She almost definitely won’t learn how women do achieve orgasm. She’ll learn her place as a receptacle.

sizzleshorts:

commiekinkshamer:

i would pay a lot of money for a complete list of everyone who’s ever had a crush on me

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1 week ago
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Somebody wanna tell me what the hell Tumblr Pro is? I go away for a while and all of a sudden this shit happens?! SOMEONE EXPLAIN!!!

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faoschmidt:

Do you have any tips for the perfect New Year’s Eve kiss?

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the-exercist:

"Self" Magazine Mocks a Cancer Survivor:

When a cancer survivor was contacted by Self magazine asking to use her photo, she never expected to be mocked.
Monika Allen was wearing a tutu when she ran last year’s LA Marathon — she was dressed as Wonder Woman — for her first marathon running with brain cancer. The race fell in the middle of chemotherapy and she says the outfit gave her motivation.
Allen makes these tutus for her company, Glam Runners, which donates money to charity. So when Self contacted her about the photo she was thrilled about the publicity opportunity.
But then she saw how they used the photo — in their “BS Meter” to make fun of women in tutus — she was shocked and appalled.
The article puts the photo on the lame side of the “BS meter” and says “people think these froufrou skirts make you run faster. Now, if you told us they made people run away from you faster, maybe we would believe it.”

Read More Here
Honestly, the editor’s response to this problem is one of the worst parts of the article: "I am personally mortified," Self Editor in Chief Lucy Danziger told USA TODAY. “I had no idea that Monika had been through cancer. It was an error. It was a stupid mistake. We shouldn’t have run the item.”
Yes, it’s in (horrifically) bad taste to mock a cancer survivor’s appearance. But it should already have been in bad taste to insult runners for wearing whatever makes them happiest. Tutus aren’t hurting anyone, they don’t impact anyone but the runner wearing it. What does it matter? Why would Self care? It’s a fun trend that pumps up runners and allows many women to feel girly, whimsical and fun on their big race day. What could be wrong about that? Could the problem really be that, oh I don’t know, women athletes aren’t catering to the male gaze for once?
Don’t forget that women’s magazines are still here to sell you the ideal image of beauty and health. Just because a magazine is about fitness doesn’t mean that they have your best interest in mind - It’s in their best interest to keep you feeling insecure, unsure, and ugly. Otherwise, why would you ever need their advice?

the-exercist:

"Self" Magazine Mocks a Cancer Survivor:

When a cancer survivor was contacted by Self magazine asking to use her photo, she never expected to be mocked.

Monika Allen was wearing a tutu when she ran last year’s LA Marathon — she was dressed as Wonder Woman — for her first marathon running with brain cancer. The race fell in the middle of chemotherapy and she says the outfit gave her motivation.

Allen makes these tutus for her company, Glam Runners, which donates money to charity. So when Self contacted her about the photo she was thrilled about the publicity opportunity.

But then she saw how they used the photo — in their “BS Meter” to make fun of women in tutus — she was shocked and appalled.

The article puts the photo on the lame side of the “BS meter” and says “people think these froufrou skirts make you run faster. Now, if you told us they made people run away from you faster, maybe we would believe it.”

Read More Here

Honestly, the editor’s response to this problem is one of the worst parts of the article: "I am personally mortified," Self Editor in Chief Lucy Danziger told USA TODAY. “I had no idea that Monika had been through cancer. It was an error. It was a stupid mistake. We shouldn’t have run the item.”

Yes, it’s in (horrifically) bad taste to mock a cancer survivor’s appearance. But it should already have been in bad taste to insult runners for wearing whatever makes them happiest. Tutus aren’t hurting anyone, they don’t impact anyone but the runner wearing it. What does it matter? Why would Self care? It’s a fun trend that pumps up runners and allows many women to feel girly, whimsical and fun on their big race day. What could be wrong about that? Could the problem really be that, oh I don’t know, women athletes aren’t catering to the male gaze for once?

Don’t forget that women’s magazines are still here to sell you the ideal image of beauty and health. Just because a magazine is about fitness doesn’t mean that they have your best interest in mind - It’s in their best interest to keep you feeling insecure, unsure, and ugly. Otherwise, why would you ever need their advice?

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riarai:

Everyone always talks about hazel and augustus but people rarely appreciate the beautiful friendship between isaac and augustus.

riarai:

Everyone always talks about hazel and augustus but people rarely appreciate the beautiful friendship between isaac and augustus.

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blackglorious:

i-am-b-east:

thebestofbothworldz:

"Annie can’t be black! She’s supposed to have red hair and freckles!"

My God if these aren’t some of the prettiest faces I’ve ever seen.

that bottom one literally makes so happy. all this cutenessssss.

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melissamaynase:

poemsbydes:

buttonpoetry:

Desireé Dallagiacomo - “Thighs” (WOWPS 2014)

"My thighs say: We don’t want your praise, man on the street corner… man in the parking garage… man in Walgreens while we’re buying tampons…"

Disappointed that you can’t make it to the Women of the World Poetry Slam Finals in Austin tonight? We can help! Our first video from the tournament!

So I’m reblogging this again because APPARENTLY there’s a thigh movement on Tumblr?? And this poem wants/needs to join that gospel. Amen to her most (t)high.

My thighs ALSO say “What the fuck is a thigh gap!?”

This woman’s talent is matched only by her hugs. I’m proud to call her friend.

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The History of Twerking

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