theaoidos:

oh look it’s hugh dancy and ben whishaw in a play together portraying lovers because the universe is trying to kill me

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Janet Mock on Beyoncé’s feminism.

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ishipitlikeups:

veggieblt:

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THE WAY HIS VOICE BREAKS ON “PULSE,” THO.

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aseaofquotes:

J.K. Rowling, Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix

aseaofquotes:

J.K. Rowling, Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix

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Scott getting scared by Laurence screaming (x)

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palindroned:

How many nights did you spend in Abigail Hobbs’ hospital room, Will?

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knowyourmeme:

The wonder that is combined GIFs.

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moriartyhi:

HeAteUs

A Will Graham Sum Up unstable & broken

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felinejaye:

laura-thesedays:

landlocked-selkie:

kateordie:

alaskaskellum:

Something for my feminist theory class.

I’d love to see the reactions to this from a crowd. I can kind of imagine a quiet, solemn understanding from the ladies and a lot of confused questions from the guys… If my memory of art school serves me.

In 9th grade English we read Laurie Halse Anderson’s “Speak”. For those of you who haven’t read it, the author makes it abundantly clear that the teenage protagonist, Melinda, was raped, before the protagonist actually says it.
Our English teacher asked the boys in the class what happened to Mel. They came up with the most ridiculous answers. Every girl in the class just knew.

This just goes to show…
Not all men menace women, but yes all women have felt menaced by a man.
Every girl understands this because every girl knows the fear implicit in this image.


:/The above is saying “Every women gets it”. Solemn understanding from every woman at the sight of this image.I’m not a woman, but I was raised as a female. Theoretically, I should’ve been raised with the fear that lets women inherently understand this image.But it took me a few long seconds to understand. And it wasn’t the whistle or the …mace? but the kitty knuckle-busters that let it click. The kitty knuckle-busters, which I’ve seen on my dash before with captions about how they’re for women to defend themselves with.That’s the only reason I could figure out that this was about a women’s fear of being raped or assaulted as she walks down the street.So no, if I cite my ‘women’ upbringing and borrow my female side for a moment - not every women understands this picture. There’s not always that solemn understanding.I’m not sure why.

felinejaye:

laura-thesedays:

landlocked-selkie:

kateordie:

alaskaskellum:

Something for my feminist theory class.

I’d love to see the reactions to this from a crowd. I can kind of imagine a quiet, solemn understanding from the ladies and a lot of confused questions from the guys… If my memory of art school serves me.

In 9th grade English we read Laurie Halse Anderson’s “Speak”. For those of you who haven’t read it, the author makes it abundantly clear that the teenage protagonist, Melinda, was raped, before the protagonist actually says it.

Our English teacher asked the boys in the class what happened to Mel. They came up with the most ridiculous answers. Every girl in the class just knew.

This just goes to show…

Not all men menace women, but yes all women have felt menaced by a man.

Every girl understands this because every girl knows the fear implicit in this image.

:/
The above is saying “Every women gets it”. Solemn understanding from every woman at the sight of this image.
I’m not a woman, but I was raised as a female. Theoretically, I should’ve been raised with the fear that lets women inherently understand this image.
But it took me a few long seconds to understand. And it wasn’t the whistle or the …mace? but the kitty knuckle-busters that let it click. The kitty knuckle-busters, which I’ve seen on my dash before with captions about how they’re for women to defend themselves with.

That’s the only reason I could figure out that this was about a women’s fear of being raped or assaulted as she walks down the street.

So no, if I cite my ‘women’ upbringing and borrow my female side for a moment - not every women understands this picture. There’s not always that solemn understanding.

I’m not sure why.

leaveyourkeyinthemailb0x:

"im not a feminist"

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