Bow Down/I Been On | Beyoncé
Reblogged purely to make Amanda smile.
Adventures // I Feel So Sure
Time hangs heavy, my mind lies low. My eyes close at the thought of no hope. I feel so sure but I still can’t accept that these nights spent with you will now be spent alone. I have no regrets and I’ll never go back but it still pulls me down. I’m already so low.
June 28, 2013 @ Submission Art Space
the two hardest things i ever had to do were
- learn to say no
- learn to cut people out of my life who were bad for me
I’m a guy, and I need feminism. Not “men’s rights.” Feminism. Here is why.
Everything that MRAs talk about that men can’t do or are socially punished for arise directly and immediately from misogyny. Not “misandry.” Misogyny.
Whether I am expressing my emotions, playing with children, baking, having sex wherein I am penetrated in any way, wearing the wrong color, talking the wrong way, moving the wrong way, being sexually harassed/assaulted, or paying too little attention to looking like I’m not paying attention to how I look, when society punishes me or derides me or marginalizes me for these things, it is happening because they are things women, not men, are expected to do, and our society at large fucking hates women.
Has that sunk in yet?
Men, can you even think of a single goddamn way you have ever been mocked that wasn’t related to something that a misogynist society sees as feminizing? Even when large men are mocked for their bodies, they are referred to as having “man-boobs,” for fucks sake.
How do you expect to improve those things with “men’s rights?” What right are you fighting for? I can tell you what I think you’re fighting for. I think you’re fighting for the right to contain and control misogyny, and direct it back at women, where you think it belongs. You want to maintain your privilege but erase its consequences, and that’s why your movement is farcical; it’s a big fucking feedback loop. How do you expect men to be free from the peripheral effects of misogyny when you refuse to even fucking believe it’s real?
Take a Hint- Victoria Justice & Elizabeth Gillies2013 Feminist Theme Song
Sometimes I feel ugly. Sometimes I hate my weight. Sometimes I just hate myself.
And that’s okay. I embrace those negative feelings.
Body positivity is a process.
Body positivity is not a linear journey.
I say this often but it’s important to say and hear.
Body positivity is not a linear journey. Some days will be easier than others.
You can feel wonderful one day and shameful the next, all of these feelings are valid and normal and acceptable.
Look at the new artwork for tepig and pignite cards omg
Angelina Jolie had a double mastectomy, in case you hadn’t heard. How dare she remove those ticking time bombs from her chest, amiright? Like, hasn’t she learned by now that her body is public domain and we all get to vote on what she does with it? Sheesh, how selfish can ya get.
Cats who think they are sushi