H.O.W.

killgringos:

ursulatheseabitchh:

meguinpenguin:

ursulatheseabitchh:






So I made this thing and I’m pretty proud of it, haha.

I think this was really well done, but now I want to see this broken down to see when each of the films was created. 
Something I think a lot of people don’t take into consideration is the fact that a fair amount of these movies were made during times when it was very much the norm to have only white characters. And not to mention the fact that Disney is based in a country with an extremely Euro-centric culture. 

I’m gonna direct you to the first slide of the 3 that are below the photoset because there’s an entire paragraph on that.

Yes good
killgringos:

ursulatheseabitchh:

meguinpenguin:

ursulatheseabitchh:






So I made this thing and I’m pretty proud of it, haha.

I think this was really well done, but now I want to see this broken down to see when each of the films was created. 
Something I think a lot of people don’t take into consideration is the fact that a fair amount of these movies were made during times when it was very much the norm to have only white characters. And not to mention the fact that Disney is based in a country with an extremely Euro-centric culture. 

I’m gonna direct you to the first slide of the 3 that are below the photoset because there’s an entire paragraph on that.

Yes good
killgringos:

ursulatheseabitchh:

meguinpenguin:

ursulatheseabitchh:






So I made this thing and I’m pretty proud of it, haha.

I think this was really well done, but now I want to see this broken down to see when each of the films was created. 
Something I think a lot of people don’t take into consideration is the fact that a fair amount of these movies were made during times when it was very much the norm to have only white characters. And not to mention the fact that Disney is based in a country with an extremely Euro-centric culture. 

I’m gonna direct you to the first slide of the 3 that are below the photoset because there’s an entire paragraph on that.

Yes good
killgringos:

ursulatheseabitchh:

meguinpenguin:

ursulatheseabitchh:






So I made this thing and I’m pretty proud of it, haha.

I think this was really well done, but now I want to see this broken down to see when each of the films was created. 
Something I think a lot of people don’t take into consideration is the fact that a fair amount of these movies were made during times when it was very much the norm to have only white characters. And not to mention the fact that Disney is based in a country with an extremely Euro-centric culture. 

I’m gonna direct you to the first slide of the 3 that are below the photoset because there’s an entire paragraph on that.

Yes good
killgringos:

ursulatheseabitchh:

meguinpenguin:

ursulatheseabitchh:






So I made this thing and I’m pretty proud of it, haha.

I think this was really well done, but now I want to see this broken down to see when each of the films was created. 
Something I think a lot of people don’t take into consideration is the fact that a fair amount of these movies were made during times when it was very much the norm to have only white characters. And not to mention the fact that Disney is based in a country with an extremely Euro-centric culture. 

I’m gonna direct you to the first slide of the 3 that are below the photoset because there’s an entire paragraph on that.

Yes good
killgringos:

ursulatheseabitchh:

meguinpenguin:

ursulatheseabitchh:






So I made this thing and I’m pretty proud of it, haha.

I think this was really well done, but now I want to see this broken down to see when each of the films was created. 
Something I think a lot of people don’t take into consideration is the fact that a fair amount of these movies were made during times when it was very much the norm to have only white characters. And not to mention the fact that Disney is based in a country with an extremely Euro-centric culture. 

I’m gonna direct you to the first slide of the 3 that are below the photoset because there’s an entire paragraph on that.

Yes good
killgringos:

ursulatheseabitchh:

meguinpenguin:

ursulatheseabitchh:






So I made this thing and I’m pretty proud of it, haha.

I think this was really well done, but now I want to see this broken down to see when each of the films was created. 
Something I think a lot of people don’t take into consideration is the fact that a fair amount of these movies were made during times when it was very much the norm to have only white characters. And not to mention the fact that Disney is based in a country with an extremely Euro-centric culture. 

I’m gonna direct you to the first slide of the 3 that are below the photoset because there’s an entire paragraph on that.

Yes good
killgringos:

ursulatheseabitchh:

meguinpenguin:

ursulatheseabitchh:






So I made this thing and I’m pretty proud of it, haha.

I think this was really well done, but now I want to see this broken down to see when each of the films was created. 
Something I think a lot of people don’t take into consideration is the fact that a fair amount of these movies were made during times when it was very much the norm to have only white characters. And not to mention the fact that Disney is based in a country with an extremely Euro-centric culture. 

I’m gonna direct you to the first slide of the 3 that are below the photoset because there’s an entire paragraph on that.

Yes good
killgringos:

ursulatheseabitchh:

meguinpenguin:

ursulatheseabitchh:






So I made this thing and I’m pretty proud of it, haha.

I think this was really well done, but now I want to see this broken down to see when each of the films was created. 
Something I think a lot of people don’t take into consideration is the fact that a fair amount of these movies were made during times when it was very much the norm to have only white characters. And not to mention the fact that Disney is based in a country with an extremely Euro-centric culture. 

I’m gonna direct you to the first slide of the 3 that are below the photoset because there’s an entire paragraph on that.

Yes good
killgringos:

ursulatheseabitchh:

meguinpenguin:

ursulatheseabitchh:






So I made this thing and I’m pretty proud of it, haha.

I think this was really well done, but now I want to see this broken down to see when each of the films was created. 
Something I think a lot of people don’t take into consideration is the fact that a fair amount of these movies were made during times when it was very much the norm to have only white characters. And not to mention the fact that Disney is based in a country with an extremely Euro-centric culture. 

I’m gonna direct you to the first slide of the 3 that are below the photoset because there’s an entire paragraph on that.

Yes good

killgringos:

ursulatheseabitchh:

meguinpenguin:

ursulatheseabitchh:

So I made this thing and I’m pretty proud of it, haha.

I think this was really well done, but now I want to see this broken down to see when each of the films was created. 

Something I think a lot of people don’t take into consideration is the fact that a fair amount of these movies were made during times when it was very much the norm to have only white characters. And not to mention the fact that Disney is based in a country with an extremely Euro-centric culture. 

I’m gonna direct you to the first slide of the 3 that are below the photoset because there’s an entire paragraph on that.

Yes good


girljanitor:

notjustanotherstatistic:


Leslie Morgan Steiner: Why domestic violence victims don’t leave …

I fucking hate it when people say the woman is stupid for staying with her abuser and it’d be so easy to leave. NO IT ISN’T.

7 years later it’s still a possibility I consider. That 70% window doesn’t really close. No matter how far you move (3,000 miles, then another 1,000), or how different your life becomes. Staying in one place sometimes feels like a slowly accumulating weight.
I guess I never really thought about it that way before.
girljanitor:

notjustanotherstatistic:


Leslie Morgan Steiner: Why domestic violence victims don’t leave …

I fucking hate it when people say the woman is stupid for staying with her abuser and it’d be so easy to leave. NO IT ISN’T.

7 years later it’s still a possibility I consider. That 70% window doesn’t really close. No matter how far you move (3,000 miles, then another 1,000), or how different your life becomes. Staying in one place sometimes feels like a slowly accumulating weight.
I guess I never really thought about it that way before.
girljanitor:

notjustanotherstatistic:


Leslie Morgan Steiner: Why domestic violence victims don’t leave …

I fucking hate it when people say the woman is stupid for staying with her abuser and it’d be so easy to leave. NO IT ISN’T.

7 years later it’s still a possibility I consider. That 70% window doesn’t really close. No matter how far you move (3,000 miles, then another 1,000), or how different your life becomes. Staying in one place sometimes feels like a slowly accumulating weight.
I guess I never really thought about it that way before.
girljanitor:

notjustanotherstatistic:


Leslie Morgan Steiner: Why domestic violence victims don’t leave …

I fucking hate it when people say the woman is stupid for staying with her abuser and it’d be so easy to leave. NO IT ISN’T.

7 years later it’s still a possibility I consider. That 70% window doesn’t really close. No matter how far you move (3,000 miles, then another 1,000), or how different your life becomes. Staying in one place sometimes feels like a slowly accumulating weight.
I guess I never really thought about it that way before.

girljanitor:

notjustanotherstatistic:

Leslie Morgan Steiner: Why domestic violence victims don’t leave

I fucking hate it when people say the woman is stupid for staying with her abuser and it’d be so easy to leave. 

NO IT ISN’T.

7 years later it’s still a possibility I consider. That 70% window doesn’t really close. No matter how far you move (3,000 miles, then another 1,000), or how different your life becomes. Staying in one place sometimes feels like a slowly accumulating weight.

I guess I never really thought about it that way before.

(Source: gynocraticgrrl)


You may not agree with a woman, but to criticize her appearance — as opposed to her ideas or actions — isn’t doing anyone any favors, least of all you. Insulting a woman’s looks when they have nothing to do with the issue at hand implies a lack of comprehension on your part, an inability to engage in high-level thinking. You may think she’s ugly, but everyone else thinks you’re an idiot.

— Hillary Clinton (via prevarila)

(Source: ceedling)


The First Time

I was in about the 5th grade, and out of all places to get it, I was at my grandparent’s house. Luckily enough, I was having a sleepover with my aunt who is relatively close in age with me (we’re 2 years apart) so I had a helping hand. I don’t have any sisters, which made her the go-to person whenever I had girl-health-body-related-issues.

I woke up and went to the bathroom where I saw a spot of blood on my undies. I was so overwhelmed that I began to cry. In my head I was like

"I’m way too young to get my period!!!!!!! This isn’t supposed to happen until the 7th grade on my 13th birthday at 12 o’clock on the dot where I would have a ceremony with a cake made out of pads and tampons as candles!!!"

Maybe the last part was a bit exaggerated…however, that was one of the many myths I believed in - that if you got your period at an early age, something was wrong with you. That’s not true. It’s could be a sign of “precocious puberty.” Health expert Sandy Knauf explains it more in-depth on this UbyKotex forum.

I walked out of the bathroom in tears, as my aunt began to comfort me and handed me my very first pad. I think the tears stopped after that. It was like getting the keys to my first car, except they were keys to my menstrual cycle…

Yeah, I don’t know why I just said that.


GIRL CODE

I’m finally back home for the summer time!!! I hope all the college kids got through finals okay, I think I did. So that means you definitely should have.

I’ve been hearing about this new TV show called “Girl Code.” It’s a spin-off from MTV’s “Guy Code.”

I watched two episodes yesterday and I’m not even gonna lie, my eyes were glued to the TV. However, my emotions were switching continuously! I would laugh at one point, nod my head at some, and then just shake my head…for a really, really, really long time.

A lot of shows focused on women try really hard to fulfill feminist ideals but also the “feminine mystique” (Betty Friedan). It’s like, “yeah! go us women, we can live without you men!!!” and then it’s like…”Okay, on the first date you have to do this. This is how you win a man’s heart.”

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From one POV, it seems to bring women together. It’s something we can talk about, relate to each other with, unite against men with, and to feel like we don’t hate each other. But then there’s topics that talk about…jealousy towards other women…and how to lie to your girlfriends…and all these other women-on-women hate.

*Sigh.

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Pro: They actually talk about topics that used to be considered taboo back in the day and even in today’s society. Things such as…

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Con: There’s “rules” on how to behave.

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And the rest…

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It’s only the first season and I’m pretty sure it’ll be renewed for a second one. I’ll keep my tabs on this show and do a more in-depth post update soon enough.