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Natalia Kills for German Glamour Magazine

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let’s talk about what a fab human dan radcliffe is…

a++ work, do not regret 13yo me’s crush on him at all

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are u ever mean as fuck in ur head and u aint wanna be and u’d never say it out loud but that one voice in ur head is a total asshole and u feel bad for even thinking it and u wonder if thats how u rly are

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You should be flattered that asian women are fetishized because that means everyone wants you and likes you. Take the sexyness as a compliment. Stop complaining that everyone thinks youre hot. Now you look like a stuck up ugly bitch.






What he is saying is the an older version of the following,

"Check Your Privilege." 

My privilege? What privilege? Privilege of being flattered about being sexualized and objectified to the point where I’m made uncomfortable on a daily basis because of the submissive Asian woman stereotype?

I feel so privileged let me go check it. Thank you for your knowledge and wisdom I will check how I feel cause I’m sooooo flattered people find me attractive enough to harass.

How the fuck is being fetishized a privilege?

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I think the “women are mysterious” thing can also come from:

1) Women actually being quite clear, but not telling men what they want to hear.  ”She said she doesn’t want to talk to me?  So many mixed messages and confusing signals!”

2) Women not having cheat codes.  ”I tried being nice, and she didn’t have sex with me.  I tried being an asshole, and she didn’t have sex with me.  Come on, there’s got to be some kind of solution to this puzzle!”

3) Women not being a hive mind.  ”First a woman told me that she likes guys with big muscles.  Then the very next day a woman told me she thinks muscles aren’t attractive at all.  Make up your mind, women!”

4) An individual woman doing something confusing, and instead of asking “why is she doing this now?” men ask “why do women always do this?”

Always reblog

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my life got about a thousand times better once i stopped censoring myself

and by censoring i don’t mean i suddenly embraced indiscriminate swearing; i mean i stopped trying to sugarcoat my past or my feelings; i stopped lying by omission; i stopped having guilty pleasures; i began unabashedly enjoying whatever i liked; i became very honest; i cut out of my life poisonous people and negative ideals, and i am so, so much happier for it

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"I’m so committed to Peggy Carter that I would have done it if it had gone on for 50 episodes."

Hayley Atwell on Agent Carter’s eight-episode run
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Teen Wolf Meme - Five Characters [3/5]
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#the babe

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“She just does terrible things, because why not?” — Tatiana Maslany on Rachel Duncan (x)

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"Lena is the type of girl where you don’t know if she’s going to punch you or kiss you." - Rodelio Astudillo (photographer) 

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How Ableism Creates the Idea of “Special” Needs, and Why It’s Harmful


I’m a disabled person, and I also work at the Disability Services Office at a college.

Not very long ago, a professor rushed into our office flustered and angry because

1. She had a blind student in her class.

2. She asked us how we planned to communicate graded papers to her student, since her habit was to write corrections on printed papers.

3. To which we replied, “Just send her an email instead of writing your corrections on the printed paper.”

Her response?

How DARE we burden HER with so much extra work? More about how busy she is. More about how that gives an “unfair advantage”. (???) More on how could we possibly expect her to make such a drastic accommodation, which wasn’t fair to her or her other students.

Our response:

How many emails do you think you send to your sighted students every semester? Dozens? Hundreds? How many classes of 25+ students do your teach every semester? How do you communicate with them?



This problem was entirely created in this professor’s mind by her own assumption that anything a disabled student could need was unacceptable, and a waste of her time.She returned to our office to complain several times over this.

She threw an actual tantrum over something she did for her non-disabled students every single day without even considering it.

Because “everyone knows” disabled people, whatever we might need, that need is too much. It’s a burden on abled people. It’s “unfair to everyone else (read: non-disabled people).

Many disability activists say things along the lines of “our needs aren’t more, just different”. Well, I have to say that even when are needs are the same, they’re still, apparently “too much”.

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