760. CARING MORE ABOUT SOMEONE THAN THEY CARE...
Say it with me: Rape is not sex →
When I was a student at Cambridge I remember an anthropology professor holding...– Sandi Toksvig (via loveolutionary, learninglog) (via socialisimo) (via thingsimreading) i’ve posted this before, but it could stand for a repost. (via so-treu) (via somerset)
It’s an illusion, Michael. A trick is something a whore does for money.– Gob Bluth (via mcorpuz) (via bigmagnets) (via petticoat) (via earmuffitforme) (via somerset)
Two young Marines are sitting in a military brig this morning, accused of...– Marines Put Gay Man in Hospital. Will Anyone Prosecute? (via ryking) This is why we need serious, federal hate crime legislation. (via tart-tart) Especially poignant in light of what STFU Homophobes posted today. (via stfuconservatives) (via lady-amalthea) (via somerset)
TMI of the Day
Sometimes I forget what I’m supposed to be doing in the shower because I’m having too much fun singing and dancing. But I can’t be the only one. ;)
Someone on my Facebook news feed just posted a status that reads “You are the greatest thing about me.” Really? It makes me sad that even though this might be some kind of lyric or quote from somewhere…Why would you agree with that statement enough to post it on Facebook? You shouldn’t let another person define you. You define yourself. The greatest thing about you is...
A Different Voice: So here are 7 tips for how to... →
sexismandthecity: tomuchlove: So here are 7 tips for how to respond to victim blaming or other deliberate or accidental support for sexual violence. 1. When someone says something which helps support an anti-rape culture, thank them and praise them to others. 2. When someone says, “Boys will be boys,” when they learn a boy has been accused of rape ask them, “Do you really believe all boys...
746. IF SOMEONE DOESN'T THINK TWICE ABOUT YOU,...
What is REAL?” asked the Rabbit one day, when they were lying side by side near...– From the Velveteen Rabbit (via dawnashley) (via katherineanneausten)
'Helicopter' Parents Have Neurotic Kids →
infoneer-pulse: Overly protective parents might be leaving a lasting impact on their child’s personality, and not in a good way, a new study finds. The results show having so-called “helicopter parents” was associated with being dependent, neurotic and less open, a slew of personality traits that are generally thought of as undesirable. The study, which surveyed college freshman, is one of...
katherineanneausten: jameslafleur: I JUST SHOT A BEAR. Haha, I made this quote into a ringtone on my phone :P