birchsoda:

fandomsandfeminism:

doctor-no-boyfriend:

Feminism had a noble cause for equality until it became a hate movement .

People have been accusing feminism of being a hate movement since women started trying to get the right to vote. 

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YUP! Remember this when people say feminism has gone too far! Because treating women as full human beings has always been seen as “going too far”.

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grett:

untitled by *Kazu on Flickr.

grett:

untitled by *Kazu on Flickr.

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Paris Portrait | Bosco Ferreira
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emchughes:

melvillehouse:

skylightbooks:

"Bradbury (in 1975) didn’t drive a car. But he was often out and about in L.A., browsing bookstores’ stacks, his bicycle propped just outside."

Proposed alternate captions:
"Ray Bradbury’s hatred of automobiles was only eclipsed by his hatred of pants.”
"Ray Bradbury, pictured doing him."
"Ray Bradbury, about to sneeze, clenches his mighty quads."
"Ray Bradbury, raising the bar on embarrassing one’s daughter in front of her prom date."
"Ray Bradbury, the human magnetic dress-up playset."

"Ray Bradbury: Because fuck you, I’m Ray Bradbury."

emchughes:

melvillehouse:

skylightbooks:

"Bradbury (in 1975) didn’t drive a car. But he was often out and about in L.A., browsing bookstores’ stacks, his bicycle propped just outside."

Proposed alternate captions:

"Ray Bradbury’s hatred of automobiles was only eclipsed by his hatred of pants.”

"Ray Bradbury, pictured doing him."

"Ray Bradbury, about to sneeze, clenches his mighty quads."

"Ray Bradbury, raising the bar on embarrassing one’s daughter in front of her prom date."

"Ray Bradbury, the human magnetic dress-up playset."

"Ray Bradbury: Because fuck you, I’m Ray Bradbury."

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"

Never trust a man who howls at you like a wolf

without treating you like the moon.

"

Meggie Royer. Metaphors My Mother Never Taught Me (via schmab-elyse)

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thesebooksareolderthanyou:

Hill of books by Jesi
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earthyday:

Mountain Jewels © Perri Schelat

earthyday:

Mountain Jewels © Perri Schelat

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