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There are things inside you that no one wants to face. Things that you keep secret, even from yourself. But secrets are funny. The things you try to hide always turn out to be the things you can't forget.
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knowledgeandlove:

videohall:

Husky dog performs her overly dramatic death trick.

I’ve wasted fifteen minutes of my life watching this 8 second long video. 

(via lovegoods)

snarkydiscolizard:

"i’m sad and idk how to feel better"

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"i don’t know what to draw"

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"i always mess up"

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"BUT I SUCK"

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(via hanniballecters)

thegenderbook:

walkstherain:

Carol Rossetti (1 of 2)

I love these so hard.

I picked the genderiest ones to reblog here, but do check out more of Carol Rossetti’s artwork online. I am so smitten. What a beautiful message. Thanks, Carol.

(Source: mic.com, via arrow-oliver5)

(Source: BuzzFeed, via thefuuuucomics)

jennhasablog:

HOW TO WRITE A CUSTOMER SERVICE EMAIL

by jenn bane

you’d be amazed at how many people don’t know how to write customer service emails. that’s OK, no one’s perfect. if you have a problem with a thing you ordered online, here is how to get that problem fixed as quickly as possible. 

let’s say you ordered a yo-yo and it arrived broken.

first, make sure you’re emailing the customer service department and not the CEO of the yo-yo company, although that would be pretty funny.

then write your email as follows:

DO:

  • be concise. use short sentences. no, shorter than that.
  • immediately communicate what you need. “hello, my yo-yo arrived damaged and i’d like to replace it.” (if possible, attach a photo of the damaged yo-yo.)
  • include all relevant information. “i ordered on 9/1/2014 and my order number is 69420.”
  • confirm the shipping address. “if possible, can i have a replacement yo-yo sent to the following address?”
  • format the address correctly. use line-breaks, as if you were writing the address on an envelope yourself. someone might have to copy and paste that shipping address & fixing your mistakes sucks. 
  • say thanks.
  • be patient.

DON’T:

  • bury your lead. say right away what you need and don’t include any unnecessary filler. “hello and good day to you. my name is george, i live in england and i’ve been married thirty years and i’m the proud father to four beautiful boys. it was snowing in the year of 1978 that i ordered your fine product, the yo-yo … “
  • scream at anyone.
  • type in all-caps.
  • write a wall of text. 

now do me a favor: print this out and give it to your parents and grandparents in preparation for the holidays.

(via maxistentialist)

appropriately-inappropriate:

miss-love:

kittydoom:

exgynocraticgrrl:

Breaking The Male Code: After Steubenville, A Call To Action

 (Left to Right): Peter Buffett, Jimmie Briggs, Joe Ehrmann, Tony Porter,
 Dave Zirin and Moderator Eve Ensler.

MIC DROP

THE TRUTH TEA IS PIPING HOT

Just for funsies:

Look at the male body language in the beginning (open) vs the body language in the third and fourth (closed, arms crossed, protecting the midsection and torso).

They don’t look very comfortable any more, do they?

(via moderne-prometheus)

cogito-ergo-amo:

Here’s one of many things that unsettles me about the MRA “movement” - here they have identified a way in which societal “norms” about men and women affect men differently. Some of these people have the capacity to notice men and women are occasionally treated differently, but what baffles me beyond the telling is how every single one of their complaints is construed as a society that’s inherently unfair towards and prejudiced against men and somehow this means that women have everything so much better.

I cannot fathom the mental gymnastics that would take a person from “women’s clothes have a wider variety” that misses every stop along the journey including “women’s bodies are more sexualised and objectified” or “it’s considered degrading for a man to wear women’s clothes because feminine traits are considered weak or bad” before terminating at “this is because men have a rough deal.”

It’s like watching a car make a really promising start in a race before crashing and burning because the driver decided that the upcoming left turn was actually a right turn so the world should accommodate his whim. That’s the level of frustrating and ass-backwards fuckwaddery we’re dealing with.

Even without getting into any sort of in-depth or nuanced critique of the negative effects of patriarchy on all genders, even taking off my feminist hat entirely I just don’t see how you can look at the things MRAs count as proof of a matriarchal, anti-male conspiracy and not see that it’s the result of a system that has, for centuries, exalted masculinity while scorning and shaming femininity because women are perceived as inferior. ‘Twas Patriarchy what done it, and the quickest way to stop it from hurting us further is to pull together to dismantle it.

I’ve said it before and I’m said it again that if MRAs stood in any way for what they claim to believe, they would be natural allies with feminists. Feminists have been championing the rights of both men and women throughout the history of feminism and, frankly, have probably done more in practical terms that makes the world a more accommodating place for everyone including men than MRAs will ever achieve.

At times I just want to ask these people to confirm that they are a) human and b) live on planet Earth. The MRAs anti-woman stance is a thousand times more toxic than any of the ways in which they feel their lives have been deprived or ruined by some shady feminazi cabal.

(Source: zlayaevreika, via bloodyniehaus)

klondikebar123:

thefrogman:

There are people who are convinced that shame and guilt are effective ways to motivate someone to address their weight issues. A recent study has indicated that this method can actually make things much worse.

When a person with overeating issues gets depressed, food is often what they use to seek comfort. You are not helping. You are not being supportive. You are not giving us “tough love.” You are triggering our depression and causing us to eat even more.

Please stop making us eat your words. They are very… fattening. 

Artwork by Sarah Johnson [website | tumblr | twitter]

I know a couple people who need this.

(via bloodyniehaus)

relyonloveonceinawhile:

whatmariadidnext:

two4fit:

TABLOID HEADLINES WITHOUT THE SEXISM

"WOMAN IN TRACKSUIT PROBABLY NOT DISOWNED BY ENTIRE FAMILY"

"It’s mildly breezy outside."

(via tom-sits-like-a-whore)