1. queenbean03:



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    *coughs* its actually meant to represent shyness/social anxiety


    (via yo-otsai)


  2. youcantcancelquidditch:


    I got catcalled while I was walking the other day and I couldn’t think of anything clever to say so I just made the most hideous shrieking noise I possibly could.

    I heard the guys in the car go “the fuck?”

    #no this is good let’s do this

    (Source: gambiht, via rhythminred)


  3. Girls


    Some girls are confident


    some girls are shy


    some girls like boys


    some girls like girls


    sometimes, they like both


    some girls don’t dress in a feminine way


    and some do


    and some girls weren’t born girls, and that’s fine


    some girls cover up


    and some girls don’t


    some girls are bigger


    some girls are smaller 


    some girls are smart


    and some girls aren’t


    some girls are nice


    and some girls are mean


    but no matter what,

    all girls are people 


    and we should be treated like it.

    (Source: f--m--p, via rhythminred)

  4. tohdaryl:

    Bedtime can be a terrifying childhood experience. Based on a true story. 

    (via doublettea)

  5. femmelillies:





    Heavy…. heavy,


    … There’s a very important conversation to be had there.

    If this is being brought up shouldn’t we also addressing the age of the politicians in places of power tho?


    (Source: nevermindtheb0ll0cks, via rhythminred)


  6. jaclcfrost:

    ah you’re watching gravity falls? i love that show. the way the gravity just [clenches fist] fricking falls

    (via avafalls)

  7. a-merr-icuuhh:







    i enjoy how they didnt over sexualize their prince costumes. like esp with jasmine. she couldve totally been in aladdin’s vest, but nope. fully clothed. thanks. 

    laughing because Mulan looks the same

    things i loved more then i expected, this

    this is honestly one of my favorite posts ever

    I really like this

    (Source: tastefullyoffensive, via rhythminred)

  8. daddybangalter:

    worst news of 2k14

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  10. roachpatrol:




    everybody fucking cut it out ok

    Except the view of the average misogynist is accurate.

    …How do you know this?Is it just because it’s ‘common knowledge’ that “the average misogynist is a disgusting neckbeard”?

    Look, this idea is actually pretty dangerous to women as a class. People already brush off rapist men because “oh but he’s such a nice boy,” “but he’s such a funny guy,” spreading the meme that the “average misogynist” is fat and ill-groomed and is embarrassing in public (and therefore will illicit disgust, hahahaha visceral disgust correlates with evil, this is totally not encouraging forms of bigotry that use disgust at “ugliness” to self-propagate, this is totally enlightened and progressive and not a horrifyingly medieval take on “how to tell someone is evil”) only HELPS TO HIDE the majority of misogynists, most of whom are already very good at using manipulative and abusive tactics to hide their worst qualities from society at large.

    This kind of idea makes it harder to recognize that yes, that hilarious director, that actor or musician with the winning smile, really did do those horrible things.

    And before anyone says it, yes I am a fucking girl. I’ve even had a guy who was, in fact, a literal brony-slash-anime-fanboy creep on me in college, getting weirdly personal-friendly with me and showing me his “waifus” when I only wanted to express a mutual interest in pastel horse worldbuilding. (Though, for accuracy’s sake, he looked more like this guy than like this guy.) But I think it’s scarier is I could have a conversation with a totally “normal” guy right afterwards, and have absolutely no idea if they saw me as a person, a vaguely sentient subhuman, or a piece of fucking meat. The socially-awkward nerd-subculture types are easy targets, but they’re not the root of misogyny, nor the most common or insidious vectors of it.

    [This is in addition to, not as a replacement of, Roachpatrol’s original point, which is that it’s pretty shitty to say your idealogical enemies are ugly and loathesome-looking in order to make them them more hatable, especially whenever you rely on fatphobia to do so. You are basically saying “there is a positive correlation between being fat/ugly and being a horrible person” and that’s…messed up? I thought more people recognized this was messed up?]

    Thanks, dude, this is a great take-down. Cruelty is insidious and utterly self-defeating to an equality movement—you go after the wrong targets, you start doing the easy thing instead of the right one. It’s fucked up. It’ll fuck you up. 


  11. busterscary:

    Can we all agree that Avatar had one of the worst movie adaptations of all time.

    Like where did these fucking blue people come from.  Why are they in space.  There’s not even any fucking bending.

    (via jumpingjacktrash)

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  13. lalivingmuerte:






    i think this could be useful for the people who is not totally sure about spend their money in this movie, it has their good and bad points, but generally is a great movie, so please, let’s show them that “An Hispanic story” can be as good as any other one, or even better!. 

    (via jenovasilver)

  14. kasukasukasumisty:


    oh my GOD I literally did not realize how TINY Connie is! ;3;

    AHAHAHA and look at Grandma Pizza’s little pool floatie!

    Can I just point out how wonderfully diverse this cast is in every single aspect

    (via the-meatgrinder)

  15. feministbatwoman:



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    Lost it at Maid Marion.

    Okay, but it’s actually super-important that Claire Hummel changed the portrait of Pocahontas after being criticized by native activists for the first Pocahontas’s age/sexualization etc. 

    (via the-meatgrinder)