The stereotype of the ugly, unfuckable feminist exists for a reason – because it’s still the last, best line of defence against any woman who is a little too loud, a little too political. Just tell her that if she goes on as she is, nobody will love her. Correct me if I’m wrong, but I’ve always believed that part of the point of feminist politics – part of the point of any sort of radical politics – is that some principles are more important than being universally adored, particularly by the sort of men who would prefer women to smile quietly and grow our hair out — If you’re a feminist you’ll be called a man-hater. You don’t need rebranding (via nothingman)
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You are so brave and quiet I forget you are suffering. — Ernest Hemingway (via quoteverse)
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Spain - Bilbao by Lacatus on Flickr.
I love seeing people walking by with little smiles on their face because something small happened that made them happy. Maybe they got a cute text, maybe they got laid, maybe they killed a man. You will never know.
This is a truly beautiful piece of animation. Look at the way her hair and arms move.
and I really love the way they guy in the background turns to watch her
they didn’t need to animate that. but they did. and it’s just really nice.
so freaking beautiful
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And I can’t
but to run my fingers
down your spine
like you are my
book. But I still
cannot read you,
your own language.
Your pages are
tired and torn,
but I want you,
I want it all. — Michelle K., “Like a Book” (via oofpoetry)
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