March232014

porcelainveins:

pxppunkprincess:

kayleighbrite:

valerina:

notemily:

the-uncensored-she:

a-la-maquina:

thehealthyhusky:

Why I hate going on Facebook.

Yeah, rape culture doesn’t exist…

Feel free to publicly expose these guys. They’re all potential rapists and accomplices as far as I’m concerned.

fuck all of these fuckers

"The main cause of rape is women saying no" and "women not doing as they’re told" has me legitimately frightened. But all of these people are garbage.

"Snuggle struggle lol" i feel sick.

Seeing this makes me feel physically ill and never want to leave my house. The fact that people think this way is so frightening. It’s not like it’s news to me but when I see people shamelessly saying these things it just strikes fear right through me.

(via adror-av-porslin)

March172014
  • Interviewer: Why is the LP called bricks are heavy?
  • Dee Plakas: Because they're heavy.
7PM
thewesteroscrowd:

Roy: [repeated line] Have you tried turning it off and on again?

thewesteroscrowd:

Roy: [repeated line] Have you tried turning it off and on again?

March92014
February222014
7PM

brixtonsguns:

wanna know why I need feminism? Because people think Frida is ugly because she had a unibrow.

Not feminine enough for you, asshats? Well my skinny jeans probably don’t make me masculine enough for you either. 

and she created that unibrow with mascara to protest against colonial beauty standards…

(Source: delmarmorrina)

February212014
amayas-amazigh:

Kabyle dress, symbol of resistance in Algeria : the photo generates a great buzz on Facebook

A schoolgirl excluded from class by a teacher for the simple reason she wore the traditional Kabyle dress. The next day , in solidarity with the students , all high school girls were dressed in the traditional attire to denounce arbitrary exclusion.
Kabyle dress, a symbol of resistance against denial of Berber identity and ancestral history . This is the message that his schoolgirls wanted addressed to teachers and administrative officials of their institution. Gathered in the schoolyard , photo , posted on the web, these schoolgirls who protest and claim their right to the tradional dress Kabyle within their school raises at this time a great buzz on Facebook .

amayas-amazigh:

Kabyle dress, symbol of resistance in Algeria : the photo generates a great buzz on Facebook
A schoolgirl excluded from class by a teacher for the simple reason she wore the traditional Kabyle dress. The next day , in solidarity with the students , all high school girls were dressed in the traditional attire to denounce arbitrary exclusion.
Kabyle dress, a symbol of resistance against denial of Berber identity and ancestral history . This is the message that his schoolgirls wanted addressed to teachers and administrative officials of their institution. Gathered in the schoolyard , photo , posted on the web, these schoolgirls who protest and claim their right to the tradional dress Kabyle within their school raises at this time a great buzz on Facebook .

(via fyeahnorthafricanwomen)

February202014
robynomo:

Embrace your curves

PHOTOSHOP 101: if you’re gonna make your butt look larger and your waist smaller, try to fix the tiles behind you so they don’t “embrace their curves” too.
at least it’s funny.

robynomo:

Embrace your curves

PHOTOSHOP 101: if you’re gonna make your butt look larger and your waist smaller, try to fix the tiles behind you so they don’t “embrace their curves” too.

at least it’s funny.

February172014
hoganmclaughlin:

Mance Rayder, “The King Beyond the Wall,” from the “A Song of Ice and Fire” series.

this may be the first time fanart catches my eye. i love this (and Mance Rayder in general)

hoganmclaughlin:

Mance Rayder, “The King Beyond the Wall,” from the “A Song of Ice and Fire” series.

this may be the first time fanart catches my eye. i love this (and Mance Rayder in general)

(via fuckyeahwildlings)

February162014

letme-explainyouathing:

Does anyone else get mad when they hear “Pocahontas doesn’t belong with the disney princesses she wasn’t even a princess.” ?

Like, ex-fucking-cuseyou, you need to learn up on your native american culture son. She was the chief’s daughter I’m pretty sure in their world that was the equivalent of a fucking princess.

To me a princess (european style) is this poor girl who’s expected to stay a bored virgin so that when she’s old enough (14 or something) her father can sell her to a foreign king for the worse political/economic reasons.

It’s true that I don’t know much about native american cultureS but was it somehow like this? real question, I’d never thought about it, but I’m willing to guess Pocahontas was *at least* a little luckier (before some colon came to abduct her, I mean). And I’m pretty sure that being a chief wasn’t a hereditary position so…

anyway… Disney is shit; being a princess must’ve been awful and they try to force the “princess” concept into cultures who were lucky enough not to have that bullshit.

← Older entries Page 1 of 25