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That last pic tho
She isn’t 45. there’s no possible way.
pretty sure shes immortal
Kiley and I were talking last night about how she’s so badass it’s not even fair
Charles Fredrick Worth, 1875
The Philadelphia Museum of Art
self-love is so important fuck right off if you tell me i love myself too much i spent a long time hating myself and miserable and i’m over that and you won’t take my happiness away from me
pairing you really love
pairing you couldn’t give a shit about even if you tried
Good reminder that every expert started out as an amateur
Notice how all of humanity has just gone downhill since they declared that Pluto was not a planet anymore
i caint braid to the scalp what kinda black girl am i
"aesthetic" is a very good word, important word. "i love the fifties." no you don’t the fifties kinda TOTALLY SUCKED for many human beings in America. "i love fifties aesthetic" well then, awesome. go you with your bright blocks of color and cute skirts and mini jackets and hair poufs.
|Jesus:||Make sure nobody is poor|
|Everyone:||So like industrial capitalism?|
instead of calling someone a slur you could instead say:
- wet bread
- bastard dickfuck
- cold pizza
- week old croissant
Whats with this ban bossy campaign? You have white people still thinking its ok to say nigga and you really think people are gonna stop referring to girls as bossy? I much rather focus on the fact that boys are failing in schools and trying to fix our educational system…
People are more interested in something that may be happening ( calling girls bossy somehow leads to them not going for top positions in life) than something that is severely hurting the success of our youth. Where is the campaign for boys failing? You wanna combat sexism then address the discrepancy between the genders in education. Everyone is quick to bring up the debunked wage gap but never this, women’s issues > men’s issues. Being called bossy is more important than our educational system spectacularly failing our youth, boys in particular
So your concern is priorities? That’s fine for you to be concerned about.
But that doesn’t change the fact people can tackle these multitudes of issues—choosing their own priorities— without having to conflict with each other.
Honestly, it only seems like people are outspoken about issues of boys in light of initiatives for girls.
If folks stopped thinking they needed to attack efforts made on the behalf of groups(racial,gender,etc) that are not their own
in favor of groups they do actively advocate for, a lot more would’ve gotten done by this point because we wouldn’t have this atmosphere of opposing sides with more or less the same ideals.
Of course people are gonna advocate for stuff that directly affects and concerns them. That’s not stopping you, me or anyone else from pointing out other pressing issues alongside theirs.
We all want to move forward, we just gotta needless collision.
you feel me?