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third wheeling two girls who are best friends is so much worse than third wheeling a couple

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I hate that gif for fitting the song perfectly

That should not have been that fun to dance to

(Source: part-time-princess-mia)










I have never thought about it in this context

that’s actually really, really creepy.

I… fuck.

Yeah, basically.

I once pointed this out to my mother and she just stared at me, in stunned silence for ages. 

There will always be a girl who is less sober, less secure, with less friends walking in a darker part of town. I want her safe just as much as I want me safe.

This is why I’m not that excited about the nail polish thing :\ the prevention needs to start at the source

This is why I have an issue with the anti-rape nail polish. Yeah, its a neat idea and might be a helpful tool on a personal level, but its maintaining the idea that its a woman’s responsibility to not get raped. We need to change this across the board. Start teaching your children that no means no and that personal boundaries, specially when it comes to a persons body, are important. Rapists don’t just magically appear, they are our sons and daughters.

(Source: bigfatphallusy)

I’m a sophisticated writer tryna get down some sick prose




So I needed a way to alert the class that I was going to be showing graphic pictures of genitals on my presentation so I decided that putting this on the slide before would work


I want this on a shirt.

Please, I want this on underwear


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Alan Alda: 'If We Could Eradicate Polio, Why Can't We Eradicate Misogyny?' 



Alan Alda talking about misogyny and nailing it

This man — who is the most wonderful amazing human being on the planet, by the way — skirted very close to dropping some serious fucking knowledge in this video, and I don’t know why he didn’t do it, but I’m going to:

In 1943, when he was seven years old, Alan Alda contracted polio. At the time, the standard treatment for the disease was to immobilize one’s limbs by strapping them to planks, to prevent muscle contractions and deformity. The splints had the unfortunate side effect, however, of causing muscle atrophy due to lack of use. So Alan’s parents instead decided to subject him to a new (and admittedly painful) treatment that had been developed by a nurse named Sister Elizabeth Kenny: extremely hot woolen blankets applied to the limbs, accompanied by a regiment of muscle-stretching.

Sister Elizabeth’s treatment was basically the exact opposite of what the medical establishment (all men at the time, obvs) recommended. And that establishment — when they acknowledged her technique at all — referred to it as a “grievous error and fraught with grave danger.”

But those doctors who were skeptical of her technique had their minds changed when they actually deigned to observe the results in patients. Wow, that’s so odd: it’s almost as if they discounted Sister Kenny’s methods without knowing anything about them save that the person who developed them was a woman. Hmm.

Alan Alda attributes not only his full recovery from polio to her treatment, but also his being a feminist — because, as he mentioned in the video, a deadly disease that he contracted was successfully combated because men and women were working to fight it.


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last modified 1999-05-21 14:34:22





Rest stops on highways are liminal spaces where the veil is thin and nobody can tell me differently

sudden need for a story about a witch who’s a trucker

Yes. Travel altar on the dash. Sigils hung around the cab. Picking up phantom hitchikers on purpose and offering rides in exchange for stories. Warding against gremlins.

some do this please

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