Lets dance in style, lets dance for a while

Lead me not into temptation. I can get there by myself thank you very much.

sleepy-and-sad:

**THIS IS A REPOST** I’m not trying to steal the credit, I just wanted to share what I think is the most powerful, thought-provoking anti-rape slogan I’ve ever heard.

sleepy-and-sad:

**THIS IS A REPOST** I’m not trying to steal the credit, I just wanted to share what I think is the most powerful, thought-provoking anti-rape slogan I’ve ever heard.

(via onefitmodel)

fuck-yeah-feminist:

If there’s one thing this past week has proven, it’s that we have one fucked up justice system.

fuck-yeah-feminist:

If there’s one thing this past week has proven, it’s that we have one fucked up justice system.

(Source: negro-pleaaase.tumblr.com.)

feministlikeme:

we all need to get better at thinking of ourselves like this.

(Source: dishonora, via onefitmodel)

hippiehallucinations:

the truth spoken

hippiehallucinations:

the truth spoken

(via fightingforanimals)

sonofbaldwin:

Toni Morrison goes in.

(Source: sensationalsherri, via thefeministpress)

thefeministme:

VIA: UPWORTHY

Me.

(Source: faarmiga, via newgirlthings)

womanaction:

home is where your buffy the vampire slayer dvds are

(via buffyshesavedtheworldalot)

rookiemag:

TAPED INSIDE THE LOCKER OF MY HEART

X ARS

(Source: fuckyeahnickiminaj, via huffingtonpostwomen)

One of the strangest anti-feminist stereotypes to me – among the Birkenstock-wearing and bra-burning – is the idea that we’re unhappy. Angry. Bitter. Both because the foundation of the insult is the assumption that women should be perpetually happy, and because the truth is that the culture doesn’t actually mind if women are unhappy – so long as we keep it to ourselves.

Women’s distress directed inward – from eating disorders to feelings of inadequacy – keeps the status quo moving along, with diet pills selling through the roof and women asking for promotions far less often than their male counterparts. But when our dissatisfaction takes an outward turn, people get uncomfortable. Then, women’s emotions are “hysterical” or over-the-top. Anything less than a bubbly disposition means that we’re “bitches”. Hell hath no fury like a man who finds a woman displeasing.

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From “Why are women so ‘unhappy’?”, my latest at the Guardian. (via jessicavalenti)

" the truth is that the culture doesn’t actually mind if women are unhappy – so long as we keep it to ourselves"

holy fuck, this. 

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