don't feed the apocalyptic squirrels!

"My father had taught me to be nice first, because you can always be mean later, but once you’ve been mean to someone, they won’t believe the nice anymore. So be nice, be nice, until it’s time to stop being nice, then destroy them."
Laurell K. Hamilton (via observando)

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— 1 week ago with 2875 notes
I am so AWESOME-SHAPED!!!

I am so AWESOME-SHAPED!!!

— 2 weeks ago
@OhNoSheTwitnt: Mom: How did you get so thin during law school?
Me: Cocaine.
Mom: Don’t tell me these things.This is my life…Post from @OhNoSheTwitnt on Twitter (via Scope)

@OhNoSheTwitnt:

Mom: How did you get so thin during law school? Me: Cocaine. Mom: Don’t tell me these things.

This is my life…

Post from @OhNoSheTwitnt on Twitter (via Scope)
— 9 months ago

kendrawcandraw:

Stop sexualizing my body stop shaming my body stop policing my body

~*~*~Summertime~*~*~

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— 10 months ago with 259486 notes
writerhartgirl122:

vespa by *Fukari
Eeee so cute! I fucking love this couple

writerhartgirl122:

vespa by *Fukari

Eeee so cute! I fucking love this couple

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— 10 months ago with 203 notes
missrep:

“Women have always fought. Shaka Zulu had an all-female force of fighters. Women have been part of every resistance movement. Women dressed as men and went to war, went to sea, and participated actively in combat for as long as there have been people.” 
From: We Have Always Fought’: Challenging the ‘Women, Cattle and Slaves’ Narrative” by Kameron Hurley

missrep:

“Women have always fought. Shaka Zulu had an all-female force of fighters. Women have been part of every resistance movement. Women dressed as men and went to war, went to sea, and participated actively in combat for as long as there have been people.”

From: We Have Always Fought’: Challenging the ‘Women, Cattle and Slaves’ Narrative” by Kameron Hurley

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— 10 months ago with 963 notes

thedailywhat:

Tropes Vs. Women in Video Games

Nine months after her successful Kickstarter campaign, Anita Sarkeesian unveils the much anticipated pilot episode of the Tropes Vs. Women in Video Games series, which examines how video games often portray female characters as someone who needs to be rescued.

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— 11 months ago with 10328 notes