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thecutestofthecute:

Please watch this video of a corgi on carousel and never be sad again.

THIS IS THE MOST IMPORTANT VIDEO

the world is a beautiful place after all

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iwriteaboutfeminism:

Ferguson residents return for another day of protesting to find that overnight the police had ripped up their signs and threw them in the dumpster. 

September 27th

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pr1nceshawn:

Medieval BatMan and Joker Armor by Prince Armory.

Fuck

this go so hard….

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tokentiger:

Old Scooby Doo Frames KILL ME

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iwriteaboutfeminism:

stfueverything:

pixiepienix:

look at this fragile delicate flower of a man look at how precarious his value and identity is wonder at the marvel that is masculinity

This makes me want to cry blood.

This is a prime example of patriarchy at work. He can’t handle holding a fucking purse for 2 fucking seconds before he has to bust out his “man bag” so he can feel validated by his male peers who are rooting him on for not wanting to be feminine. Is his ego and sense of masculinity so fragile he can’t possibly brush it with the slightest amount of femininity before he crashes and burns??

Not to mention the fact that a symbol of feminity is being equated to a literal piece of shit.
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straightwhiteboyproblems:

I know more about wiz khalifa than my own family history

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  • Question: Feminists keep fighting for the right to walk around with little clothing or naked without being sexualized. Yet if there were men fighting for the same thing, feminists would be all like "NO! Men can't do that, it promotes rape culture!!" - Anonymous
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    smitethepatriarchy:

    kiwianaroha:

    feministingforchange:

    notallfeminists:

    Can you imagine men fighting for the right to walk around half naked? Can anyone?

    Ridiculous.

    Yes I agree. It WOULD be silly for men to fight for the right to walk around half naked. Because they already have that right….

    In 1935 it was equally illegally for men to expose their chest in the US as it was for women. Men protested by marching topless. By 1936 it was no longer a crime and actually considered normal. 

    So yeah, men did fight for the right to walk around half naked, and they got it as soon as they asked. 

    Hahahaha I hate everything.

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legend-of-lynx:

A friend of mine makes these neat shoes and apparently I do product photography now. 

Her Work!

I’m getting paid off with a pair of RWBY ones, so that’s a thing.

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kahtiihma:

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ianthe:

!!

dat practical armor

I love every aspect of this.

NO you guys don’t understand, the entire book is like this. They tried to cram in all sorts of representation of different races and the art is gorgeous and it’s GREAT! The picture for a spellcaster is a female human who is wearing BAGGY, NON-SEXUALIZED CLOTHING AND NO MAKEUP because she’s in a dungeon, she doesn’t have time to do her hair cmon.

Also this:

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Me and StoryTimeWithMissVallene dressing up as the Aquabats and playing bingo. 

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  • Question: Is men being called feminists like straight allies trying to be in the LGBT acronym? - Anonymous
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    thehashslingingslashshipper:

    radfemale:

    tender-age-inbloom:

    radfemale:

    Yes it’s like heterosexuals saying they are a part of LGBT when they are just supporting same-sex marriage. It’s just another indicator of self-entitled privilege, and oppressive groups wanting a reward for showing the slightest bit of empathy for the group they oppress. 

    A guy in my Women’s Studies teaching collective got pissed off when he read in an article that men cannot be feminists, only feminist allies, and I was looking at him like “why do you think your opinion matters on this subject when this movement isn’t fucking about you and YOU’RE the one in a position of power you brat”

    amen

    But wait isn’t feminism used to identify with the belief that women deserve to be treated the same as men, and people are equal regardless of gender?
    To me it’s different from LGBT and allies because all feminists support, but not all feminists claim to be women, which is what it’d be if allies said they were LGBT…

    It’s never in the oppressed group’s best interest to have their oppressors dictating the direction of their liberation, which is why LGBT/women don’t want straight people/men including themselves in our spaces. We’re frequently spoken over and have our experiences invalidated, all by self proclaimed male “feminists”, in addition to having our own words demonized until they’re spoken from a man. That’s far from helpful. Men calling themselves allies, and recognizing that’s all they can be, isn’t limiting in the slightest. You can quickly tell exactly why men can’t be feminists once you tell them they’re not allowed to take on the label. It’s an amazing way of exposing their entitlement tbh.

    Men don’t need the label to be helpful, and if that’s truly their goal, to help, they’ll see that. They don’t need to inject themselves into feminist spaces, they need to inject feminism into spaces they’ve already obtained.

    This is a really interesting take on feminism. I’ve identified as a feminist and have had my gender studies teachers and colleagues be okay with that. But this makes a lot of sense. I’ll try to describe myself as an ally from now on: I fully support feminism, but it is a women’s movement first and foremost so I need to take a supportive stance.

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