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  • "When men imagine a female uprising, they imagine a world in which women rule men as men have ruled women."

    Sally Kempton

    I feel this is very important.

    (via yourenotsylviaplath)

    It’s been apparent to me for a while that most men can’t really imagine “equality.”  All they can imagine is having the existing power structure inverted.

    I cannot decide whether this shows how unimaginative they are, or shows how aware they must be of what they do in order to so deeply fear having it turned on them.

    (via lepetitmortpourmoi)

    "Most men can’t really imagine “equality.”  All they can imagine is having the existing power structure inverted."

    (via misandry-mermaid)

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  • "What if women had minstrel cycles instead of menstrual cycles? You’d just have a guy with a lute follow you around for a week every month and play you songs constantly?"

    My boyfriend (via thecarrionlibrarian)

    #no but can you imagine if that was how you learned once a month you weren’t pregnant#by some dude singing songs about the victory of it#you wake up and he’s there and you are so happy#this dude becomes your favorite dude#but then you realize you haven’t seen your friend’s minstrel in a while#I mean everyone notices#like half the people are on the same cycle so for one week out of four your job is just flooded with fucking minstrels everywhere#the cacophony#but Mary over there is all alone#and she’s like my minstrel is late#but we all fucking know#her minstrel has gone off to find her a baby#a nine month journey he must make alone#and until he comes back there is no music in her life#what a glorious world this would be#I love the minstrels (@onionjuggler)

    (via corneille-moisie)

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  • jaymarie2014:

    teaforyourginaa:

    susiethemoderator:

    Can we honestly discuss this. Look at this beautiful accurate portrayal of an Ancient Kemit (Egyptian) Queen. She looks like an Ethereal Goddess.

    Reasons why we need to cast Black People as Black People.

    REASONS WHY WE NEED TO CAST BLACK PEOPLE AS BLACK PEOPLE

    yes tika yes 

    ohhgeeashlen

    (Source: brujabitch, via refreshinglyclassic)

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  • chatte-georgiana:

    itsorganic-itsorgasmic:

    musicalbeing:

    prettylittlerunner:

    curvecreation:

    Just a reminder to women that cellulite isn’t this evil thing that only ‘fat’ people have. Most women, including well known celebrities have cellulite. The term cellulite was started in the 1960’s in a Vogue magazine. Its nothing more than the body storing fat, which practically every person has to some degree. Don’t be ashamed of something that’s normal!

    Thank you for this post.

    It was recently found that 98% of women have cellulite…which is a little higher than the percentage of women who develop breasts. 

    Cellulite is more common than breasts—so stop acting like it’s not natural.

    98% of women have cellulite because of the shape of our fat cells. The shape of our fat cells is different than men’s, which is why they don’t get cellulite and we do.

    Not to mention that being fat cells, should tell people a thing or two given that we know the fact that the body stores those fat cells and when you’re like in a convalescence or so, your body takes energy from those fat cells. It’s like the body’s own unique way to save us in hard times, its own self-defense mechanism, yet these fashion magazines talk like it’s something ugly. Since when the body taking care of itself is ugly?!

    (via adifferentkindofinfinite)

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  • halevity:

    baggytrousers27:

    thewhitejewel:

    baggytrousers27:

    physicalalex:

    everydaygun:

    no-mercy-in-this-dojo:

    revengeofthemudbutt:

    whiskey-weather:

    No.

    No.

    because physics

    respect but no fucking way

    i think i broke my collarbone watching this

    Definition of parkour is getting from one place to another in the fastest possible route.

    Without breaking your legs/spine/skull.

    Having your internals still in one piece by the end of it is an optional bonus.

    How in the fuck

    (Source: jaidefinichon, via mrnocturne)

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  • postmesmeric:

    Aaaaand….that’s enough internet for today.

    (via mrnocturne)

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  • thecultofcraze:

    amoureuux:

    oh

    That’s okay, I didn’t need my heart.

    (Source: blueberrytouches, via fantastico-extravaganza)

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