grrootling:

obiwankabrodie:

shotshotshotshotshotshots:

thewellofmyself:

if your mental health is ruining your education and you know it clap your hands

*CLAP CLAP*

if your education is ruining your mental health and you know it clap your hands

*CLAP CLAP*

If your education’s sketchy, and your life is kind of shitty
If the current state of things is a little fucked up, clap your hands.

*clap clap*

*CLAPS AGGRESSIVELY* 

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mydrunkkitchen:

BUT CAN I JUST SAY THAT EMMA WATSON LOOKS PERFECT

AND I AM OVER HERE LIKE

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floozys:

floozys:

my feminist goal is not to convince men that girls are of value, my feminist goal is to achieve a future where the judgement of our value isn’t in the hands of men. 

and this goes for, especially goes for, trans girls, girls of colour, disabled girls and LGBTQA+ girls. 

girls, all girls, and if you believe otherwise don’t reblog this.

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girlwithalessonplan:

shapefutures:

everyoneisgay:

Bisexual Awareness Day: An Important New Study by HRC

Today is Bisexual Awareness Day, and HRC released a report along with BiNet USA, Bisexual Resource Center, and the Bisexual Organization Project that is very important in further understanding the stigmatization that many in the bisexual and pansexual community face on a regular basis.

Check out the full report here!

This is an incredibly important conversation to have and continue having until those with any and all sexualities and gender identities are welcomed within and outside of the LGBTQ+ community.

Kristin also weighed in with her own experience on the issue in an article on the same topic released today by Autostraddle.

Check out the Autostraddle article here!

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This is something that I hear over and over again, not only from youth but from adults as well. When bisexual and pansexual youth come out and are told that they’re “faking” or need to “pick one,” that they’re “greedy” or “confused” or “going through a phase,” it invalidates their identity. And then, when they look to the adults in the community — if they can find any mention of bi- or pansexuality, as both are so frequently erased in the media and the streets — and see that little changes for them, that bi- and pansexual adults are still derided, belittled, and erased, what is the message we as adults are sending?

People often ask, “but how can I address these specific issues if I’m not working with youth I know or suspect to be part of the community?” It’s easy: examine your own behavior as adults, toward other adults as well as toward youth. Examine your actions and your attitudes. And if you’re still thinking of bisexuality or pansexuality as “the first stop to gay-town,” just a stepping stone, just experimentation, indecisiveness, or some comment on sexual appetite — stop. Re-evaluate. Think, “if a young person heard what I was thinking or saying right now, how would that affect their development as a person?”

You can change it.

I see these struggles in my students who are facing the pressure to “choose.”

xxvalleygirlxx:

illumahottie:

PLEASE

This shit so accurate that I’m sitting in silence

xxvalleygirlxx:

illumahottie:

PLEASE

This shit so accurate that I’m sitting in silence

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smartgirlsattheparty:

akeeruh:

A poem about androgyny in people / genderqueer people.

Source: http://rainbowbruises.deviantart.com/art/A-Comic-About-Gender-294271029

And their Tumblr: http://chotpot.tumblr.com/post/20436491880/people-are-butts-about-gender-sometimes-so-here

I originally saw it on Reddit, and stake no claim to this post whatsoever.

:)

l-heure-du-the:

tinypaperknife:

miss-nerdgasmz:

cchtml:

This feeling when you walk into big art supply stores …

brb changing underwear

I AM GOING TO PASS OUT

*low needy whine*

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http://skeptikhaleesi.tumblr.com/post/98270855567/hatewizard-floozys-the-most-fucked-up-thing

hatewizard:

floozys:

the most fucked up thing is that

emma watson

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made

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one of the most

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men inclusive

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feminist speeches

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i’ve heard in the longest time, and the result? the result from these men who claim that they would be all for feminism if it…

How can people see Emma Watson being verbally attacked online and threatened with hacked nudes being released by men because of her speech on gender equality and still think we don’t need feminism. It’s not women who make men out to be some evil creatures, you guys do that well enough on your own.

(Source: mia-redworth, via dontsetcatsonfire)

perruh:

glittakid:

i saw these two girls while riding a gondola in venice. they were smoking and chatting on their windowsill, waving at passing boats. i thought they were incredibly lucky; i would love to share an apartment with my friend or sister in the most romantic, magical place in the world. it would be like living a dream.

this is so beautiful

perruh:

glittakid:

i saw these two girls while riding a gondola in venice. they were smoking and chatting on their windowsill, waving at passing boats. i thought they were incredibly lucky; i would love to share an apartment with my friend or sister in the most romantic, magical place in the world. it would be like living a dream.

this is so beautiful

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pgdigs:

1886: The Spencer family of Amberson Avenue

In 1886, the Spencer family moved into a roomy, Victorian-era house on  Amberson Avenue in Shadyside.

The seven Spencer children adored their energetic, thrifty mother, Mary Acheson Spencer, who was a graduate of Pennsylvania College for Women, now Chatham University.

“When she went away we missed her more than tongue could tell,” Ethel Spencer wrote in her memoir, “The Spencers of Amberson Avenue.”

Published in 1983, the book became a classic text about middle-class life in turn-of-the-century Pittsburgh. An English teacher, Ethel Spencer ran the Department of General Studies at Carnegie Tech, now Carnegie Mellon University.

The seven Spencer children were Adeline, Kate, Ethel, Mary, Elizabeth, Mark and Charles Jr. Their father, Charles Hart Spencer was a tense, nervous man employed by Henry Clay Frick. He also was a talented amateur photographer and his pictures, which captured his family, appear in the book.

When “The Spencers of Amberson Avenue” was published, a reception was held at the family’s home, which still stands at 719 Amberson Ave and was designed by architect George Orth.

Beatrice Spencer, the widow of Charles Spencer Jr., made her mother-in-law’s sponge cake for the party. Beatrice Spencer, who lived in the house as a bride, said she also stayed there when her mother-in-law took her two unmarried daughters, Ethel and Kate, abroad.

The  Spencer family lived in the house until 1950, the year their beloved mother died.

— Marylynne Pitz

Top picture: The seven Spencer children fussed when their father, Charles Hart Spencer, insisted on taking their picture. From left are Charles Jr., Elizabeth, Mary, Mark, Ethel, Kate and Mrs. Spencer. The eldest daughter, Adeline, is missing.

The Chinese use two brush strokes to write the word ‘crisis.’ One brush stroke stands for danger; the other for opportunity. In a crisis, be aware of the danger—but recognize the opportunity.

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