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oh-so-pleasant:

updating my resume like

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#tilly  

amykinz97:

List of things straight guys have ruined:
》lesbian porn
》my little pony
》society

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#tilly  #rachel  #suits  

workin-on-the-night-cheese:

Why, yes, I most certainly do have a 2’x2’ Scrabble board that is filled with (almost) entirely legitimate Orphan Black related words using every Scrabble tile. Thank you for asking.

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yeah but

proper nouns tho

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catsbeaversandducks:

Shared Table Where People Can Work and Cats Can Wander

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#shrieks  

furiously muttering ‘all men must die’ under my breath

1. Girls Shalt Not Have Sex.
(someone asked me what the guy word for ‘slut’ is
and I couldn’t find an answer.
it’s an old story: a rumour goes around that so-and-so
blew a boy in the disabled toilets.
the girl fakes a cough to get herself sent home
to escape the classroom-wide hiss of ‘slut’
while the boy she blew walks into the same class
and is greeted by an onslaught of high-fives)

2. Girls Shalt Love Boys.
(when I was ten, there was a movie trailer where two girls
leaned in for a kiss, and I felt sick for the rest of the day.
it took four years
along with faux-casual questions to friends
useless quizzes on the internet
entries in a diary that I later scribbled out
to admit, fine, okay, yes,
and another year after that to say it without mumbling)

3. Girls Shalt Not Be Bitches.
(it took over ten years of school for me to realize
my women teachers got called bitches
for doing things that my male teachers got called efficient for.
we were assigned to a group project in science class
and whenever my friend tried to tell the others to quiet down
so they could get on with the work,
she was jeered into silence
and she never found it fair that her boyfriend did
the same thing and the noise stopped.)

4. Girls Shalt Have A Vagina.
(she introduced herself with a deep voice and a gushing smile.
she had a pink dress and an adam’s apple
she had a necklace resting above her cleavage
she had escaped from an all-boys high school
and I didn’t understand until I learned later
gender is more than the two rigid boxes
that we are told to tick one of)

5. Girls Shalt Smile.
(he frowned when the subject was brought up
and he shrugged a lot as he explained
that we look better when we smile. Less hostile.
His shrugs stiffened when I asked him why we shouldn’t look hostile.
‘I dunno,’ he said, dropping to a mumble. ‘Girls aren’t s’posed to look hostile, I guess.’
The next time someone walked past me on the street
and told me to smile,
I gave him my sunniest grin
and a middle finger.)

‘Five Commandments for Being A Girl I Unlearned,’ theappleppielifestyle. (via theprophetchuckshurley)

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baptisms:

guess what i’m wearing for take back the night

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itsvondell:

proof harry potter is definitely white and cannot be a POC:

  • they dont mention his race, which means he’s white, the default race
  • he has green eyes, which only white people can have
  • he has naturally jet black hair, a hair color most commonly associated with white people
  • he is funny, charming, brave, and charismatic, traits i have trouble associating with non-whites
  • he is a complex character and i have trouble imagining non-whites as complex people
  • he is the protagonist of a book that is not about racism

Vondell’s posts about the Potters are so fab.

I’m really starting to love the idea of Harry being Half-black. (in that James was Black, since it was made pretty obvious that Lily is a flaming Irish ginger)

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Men who want to be feminists do not need to be given a space in feminism. They need to take the space they have in society & make it feminist.

Kelley Temple, National Union of Students UK Women’s Officer  (via feministkitsch)

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