Ailovven The SnarkyWolfe

Hannah 20 Florida. Books, old things, cooking, food, clothes, love, sci fi, fantasy, feminism, social change. Short Passionate sarcastic Engaged.

The Camp Gyno (by HelloFlo)

I wish this is what growing up female was like.

fueledbyramen:


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fueledbyramen:

The Fueled By Ramen Weekly Contest

This week we are offering a Power To The Local Dreamer prize featuring the Skeleton Pullover Hoodie from twenty one pilots, a signed poster and a copy of their debut album, Vessel.

How To Enter: To win this prize package reblog this photo on tumblr, retweet the tweet HERE or share the post HERE on Facebook. Then send a link or screenshot of your post to giveaways@fueledbyramen.com with your name and mailing address. We will edit this post with the winners name later today.

It hurts how much I want this.

(Source: sexhaver, via thebestlittleapartment)

lesleypowers:

polymetric-sesquialtera:

fawnsinthesky:

thisthisthis

guilty of this, sadly. “i’m not a stereotypical girl!” blah blah blah… i’m trying to get better though. but seriously myths like this just continue to be unfortunately propogated

Sorry to reblog myself but I just wanted to add something to this…Alot of people have commented on it (yes I stalk the comments) saying that they either used to say they ‘weren’t like other girls’ or that they are still guilty of feeling that way occasionally. 
Look, don’t beat yourself- or others- up too much- it’s not a good way of thinking, no, but we aren’t all born with a body of knowledge on critical feminist theory- learning and understanding it is a process.  The fact that you’ve acknowledged that you can be a woman and not conform to bullshit, socially constructed, cissexist gender stereotypes- even if that’s not what you might call them- shows that you are aware they exist.  That’s the first step.  The next is realising, as the original post says, that the same thing applies to *all* women, not just you.  We are socially conditioned into this sense of competition with other women from such a young age that it can be hard to shake it off, but once you do it’s the most liberating thing in the world.  Sorry if this is at all patronising or makes no sense, it’s 4am here and my brain is fuzzed. If I’m talking total bollocks please feel free to call me out on it.  

lesleypowers:

polymetric-sesquialtera:

fawnsinthesky:

thisthisthis

guilty of this, sadly. “i’m not a stereotypical girl!” blah blah blah… i’m trying to get better though. but seriously myths like this just continue to be unfortunately propogated

Sorry to reblog myself but I just wanted to add something to this…Alot of people have commented on it (yes I stalk the comments) saying that they either used to say they ‘weren’t like other girls’ or that they are still guilty of feeling that way occasionally. 

Look, don’t beat yourself- or others- up too much- it’s not a good way of thinking, no, but we aren’t all born with a body of knowledge on critical feminist theory- learning and understanding it is a process.  The fact that you’ve acknowledged that you can be a woman and not conform to bullshit, socially constructed, cissexist gender stereotypes- even if that’s not what you might call them- shows that you are aware they exist.  That’s the first step.  The next is realising, as the original post says, that the same thing applies to *all* women, not just you.  We are socially conditioned into this sense of competition with other women from such a young age that it can be hard to shake it off, but once you do it’s the most liberating thing in the world.  Sorry if this is at all patronising or makes no sense, it’s 4am here and my brain is fuzzed. If I’m talking total bollocks please feel free to call me out on it.  

Hacker Group Anonymous Leaks Chilling Video in Case of Alleged Steubenville Rape, Cover-Up (by democracynow)

I haven’t even watched the 12 minute leaked video and my stomach already hurts from watching this. How can someone find it acceptable to act like that and talk like that about another human being?

Mary

      I can smell love on you

Your Misstress

She lingers on your breath

Your pupils are Olives

For she intoxicates you

As you say I do.

       You often ask for a threesome

There are times

When I give in

I kiss her brush her skin

She hollows me

While I watch you float

On her musky breath

Half Charge

I want to tell you how I love you but

My voice is too blistered to sing

So reheat day old sex for me

Like lukewarm coffee

It gives a needed jolt

Without the heat to satisfy

My life is a self-depreciating bump and grind

I proselytize feminism

Only to capitalize on the sway of my hour glass

So once you’ve given me a refill

Surely I’ll sing underneath you

Finally awake

My hair will crackle with static

My skin aglow with light

I am now a light bulb no longer flickering yet still

Not enough

To light the room

““Here’s the thing - when you argue that it’s impossible to teach men not to rape, you are saying that rape is natural for men. That this is just something men do. Well I’m sorry, but I think more highly of men than that. (And if you are a man who is making this argument, you’ll forgive me if I don’t ever want to be in a room alone with you.) And when you insist that the only way to prevent rape is for women change their behavior - whether it’s recommending that they carry a weapon or not wear certain kinds of clothing - you are not only giving out false information, you are arguing that misogyny is a given. That the world will continue to be a dangerous and unfair place for women and we should just get used to the fact. It’s a pessimistic and frankly, lazy, view on life. Because when you argue that this is “just the way things are,” what you are really saying is - I don’t care enough to do anything about it.”
— Rape Is Not Inevitable: On Zerlina Maxwell,”

The ‘magic’ of photoshop and airbrushing

This made my day. Women rejoice. No one is as perfect as the magazines. These women are gorgeous naturally and so are you!

(Source: publicpolicebox, via curveappeal)

Forever alone, forever together

While I find forever alone jokes funny some people take it too seriously. This may becoming from the place of privilege since I have a significant other. However I feel that we overemphasize the importance. I do believe that it is important to experience love at some point in your life, it is not the ultimate experience and it is not a condition necessary for a full life for everyone. We commercialize love in America because we commercialize sex and both are big money makers. The problem with valentine’s day is not the fact that it’s only for couples and others are left out but that we uphold such a superficial view of romantic love and glorify it in a way that makes it more important than anything else. We should learn to recognize the romantic love portrayed by American media is shallow and that while actual romantic love is important so are other relationships and experiences. Every valentines day I look forward for a text, gift or card from my mother who single for many year’s now will tell you that her favorite holiday’s are Halloween and Valentine’s Day.

With that I would like to say everyone have a Happy Valentine’s Day. Make the most of it in whatever way you can because regardless of the name of today it can be a beautiful one. There is much to appreciate in this world and there is much love to find out there romantic and otherwise.