the guy in front of me walked into a post and i was so busy laughing that i walked into the same post
we’re going for coffee tomorrow morning
I love when we reframe issues to illustrate them as they are- the perpetrator’s problem.
a great day for cat lovers
I’m literally crying at this, Like ugly crying, I’m obviously PMSing,
You won’t allow me to go to school.
I won’t become a doctor.
One day you will be sick.
Poem written by an 11 year old Afghan girl
This poem was recorded in a NYT magazine article about female underground poetry groups in Afghanistan. An amazing article about the ways in which women are using a traditional two line poetry form to express their resistance to male oppression, their feelings about love (considered blasphemous).
I take for granted my ability to be a fangirl and a lesbian in the open, my freedom of speech. To be vocal about my joys, my erotic attachments. Meanwhile our fellow fans are being persecuted for what many of us experience as simple guilty pleasures. This is a vital issue and it deserves our collective attention.
A little more important than raging about some white girl trying to be kawaii.
Wtf. People need to get their priorities in order.
Sex Education in American Public Schools
The third map is really freaking me out. “Don’t have to be medically accurate.” WHAT.
"What happens when you’re hungry? You’re not you."
That’s the message Snickers wants you to come away with after watching their new advertisement airing in Australia. And just so we’re clear, in Snickers’ world, “you” doesn’t mean acting like your unique and special self. It’s synonymous with being a sexist goober to every vagina-owning human that comes within your vicinity — because that’s apparently how you sell chocolate to men in the 21st century.
Snickers thought this was a good idea?
Well this was….yeeeaaah, no.