1. 02:13 24th Apr 2014

    Notes: 81831

    Reblogged from totheperfectspace

    image: Download



The absence of women in history is man made.

The male ego is so fragile.



    The absence of women in history is man made.

    The male ego is so fragile.

  2. 02:03

    Notes: 344

    Reblogged from acciotardis


    This is super important. Everyone should watch this.

    (Source: hermionejg)

  3. 00:35

    Notes: 368234

    Reblogged from queencaroldanvers




Pass this on, Tumblr

This is actually pretty important

very important information




    Pass this on, Tumblr

    This is actually pretty important

    very important information

  4. 15:54 23rd Apr 2014

    Notes: 46632

    Reblogged from myqueenkatara

    Tags: tw self harm




    i feel like mary lambert just saved my entire day by putting out this music video

    im violently crying like literally every time i hear this i cant not sob

    Wowwwww I love this so much

  5. 14:36

    Notes: 51773

    Reblogged from tokenindianchild




    Why can’t there be a male hooter’s equivalent where male servers are shirtless and highly sexualized for their bodies and looks

    Male Strip clubs. You’re thinking of male strip clubs.

    No. Not a male strip club. A strip club is a strip…

  6. 14:33

    Notes: 95965

    Reblogged from shywoodlandfangirl

    (Source: sandandglass)

  7. Submit Your Illness Stories!


    The original purpose of this blog is for a sociology project in my illness narratives class.  It is a way to examine people’s experiences within medical fields and within society.  Most importantly, it is a place where people can safely talk or write about their own stories.  Often times, the simple act of sharing a personal experience, or seeing someone else share theirs, can have a huge impact on a person, or make someone feel less alone.  In opening this blog, my hopes are that it gives an outlet to help such people who may not be able to share their stories elsewhere.

    The definition of illness narratives is a broad one, and for the purposes of this blog, I will simplify it to mean illnesses, injuries, or experiences that have affected the body or mind.  Submissions types allowed are highly unlimited, as each experience is highly personal, and should not be limited to any specific medium.


  8. 14:15

    Notes: 21798

    Reblogged from seananmcguire

    Tags: tw rape



    "When I started playing Detective Olivia Benson, I began to get a lot of letters from viewers. I had gotten fan mail before, but these letters were different. They were coming from individuals who were disclosing histories of violence and abuse - a lot of them for the first time. I knew I had to do something, so I trained to become a rape crisis counselor, I joined Boards, I got involved. I was proud to be on a show that was brave enough to go into territory that no one was talking about, but I also knew I wanted to do more and play a larger role to help survivors heal and reclaim their lives. In 2004 I created the Joyful Heart Foundation with the mission to heal, educate, and empower survivors of sexual assault, domestic violence, and child abuse, and to shed light on the darkness surrounding these issues. I’m very proud to report that since we began, we’ve provided direct services to over 5,400 people, and that we’re determined to change the conversation about violence and abuse.”

    - Mariska Hargitay


    (Source: oliviasbenson)

  9. 01:58

    Notes: 16047

    Reblogged from agenttdunham

    Tags: tw rape

    If someone can be kicked out of school for copying a paper, a person should be kicked out of school for raping another human being.

    Wagatwe Wanjuki, UVM Dismantling Rape Culture Conference 2014 (via byebyethinspo)

    YES. I love her. wagatwe succinctly nailed it.

    (via cognitivedissonance)

  10. 18:43 19th Apr 2014

    Notes: 17921

    Reblogged from stillqueer



    Presenting : White people damaging their hair by forcing it to do something it’s not meant to in an effort to seem earthy.

    Somebody told me that if I deleted this post I’d stop getting notes on it (it was blowing up my phone) and that *kinda* worked. I would like to take a moment and point out that I had a shit ton of people hounding my inbox and the comments saying they had dreads that look like this and they weren’t gross or that if they don’t shower this is what their hair does naturally

    1. The dreads in this picture are hella nasty. One is full of mold. That’s the point. These are NOT what dreads are supposed to look like.
    2. Hair that isn’t afro textured never ever looks like real dreads (i.e. they don’t look the same at all) If you had to backcomb, they probably aren’t real dreads.
    3. You are exploiting your white privilege if you can still go to school and work with your dreads in, because black people consistently have their natural hair deemed ‘unprofessional’ and used as a means to prevent them from getting hired and to fire them from jobs and have them expelled from school.
    4. They won’t do their own research. No, the Celts did not have dreads, no dreadlocks are not found everywhere
    5. White people calling themselves Rastafarian. Are you kidding. ‘Rasta’ and ‘Rastafarian’ are not terms meaning ‘Bob Marley Fan Club’ or ‘I like weed’. Rastafarians are AGAINST white supremacy.
    6. BUT BLACK PEOPLE STRAIGHTEN THEIR HAIR/ WEAR WHITE HAIR. One, black people don’t wear ‘white hair’. I’m not lying to you, walk into a hair story.You will find Indian, Malaysian, Brazilian but never European hair because it’s not as great as you think it is. Two, the fact that people with kinky hair straighten it with relaxer or flat irons ect is because black people are taught that their natural hair is ‘not good hair’ and because their natural hair is sometimes deemed as unprofessional. Do you like movies? Chris Rock made one about it called ‘Good hair’. Also, this.
    7. Your Dreadlocks are cultural appropriation. They also look nasty.

    x o x o fuck you