prisonisnotfeminist:

photo by Sarah Jane Rhee at Art in These Times, Opening Reception of “No Selves to Defend Exhibition.” (July 18, 2014)

i know such wonderful people

prisonisnotfeminist:

photo by Sarah Jane Rhee at Art in These Times, Opening Reception of “No Selves to Defend Exhibition.” (July 18, 2014)

i know such wonderful people

i know this looks too good to be true; i was skeptical myself until i tried a wrap for myself. and now i m a distributor for the company!! i want motivated, outgoing, friendly people to join my team! message me :)

her progress is insane! i am so happy for her :) please message and find out how you can get the discount for these awesome wraps!!! you can also find me on facebook (liz sheridan) and look at our products on my webpage: elizabethsheridan.myitworks.com !!!

my favorite part about this job is seeing our customers’ results!! please ask me about these crazy wraps and how they work! my webpage : elizabethsheridan.myitworks.com has all of our wonderful products and you can order directly through the webpage :) please message me!!

queerpuke:

queerpuke:

sry just rly feeling this teen queen in a teen scream slasher outfit a lot rn

them curves tho

i love being a distributor for it works! and seeing our customers’ results and their progress!!! these wraps are incredible. please message me about them, i would love to tell you about them. you can also check out my webpage @ elizabethsheridan.myitworks.com to see what other products we sell. 

nine-inch-snails:

raisaesibet:

im so chubby bye

I love her body but I hate mine. We have almost identical figures. Why does my brain treat me like shit

GORGEOUS BODY. GORGEOUS CURVES. I WISH WE WERENT PROGRAMMED TO FUCKING DESPISE OURSELVES

nine-inch-snails:

raisaesibet:

im so chubby bye

I love her body but I hate mine. We have almost identical figures. Why does my brain treat me like shit

GORGEOUS BODY. GORGEOUS CURVES. I WISH WE WERENT PROGRAMMED TO FUCKING DESPISE OURSELVES

i work hard for the community, please help me take a break
These days, before we talk about misogyny, women are increasingly being asked to modify our language so we don’t hurt men’s feelings. Don’t say, “Men oppress women” – that’s sexism, as bad as any sexism women ever have to handle, possibly worse. Instead, say, “Some men oppress women.” Whatever you do, don’t generalise. That’s something men do. Not all men – just some men.

This type of semantic squabbling is a very effective way of getting women to shut up. After all, most of us grew up learning that being a good girl was all about putting other people’s feelings ahead of our own. We aren’t supposed to say what we think if there’s a chance it might upset somebody else or, worse, make them angry. So we stifle our speech with apologies, caveats and soothing sounds. We reassure our friends and loved ones that “you’re not one of those men who hate women”.

What we don’t say is: of course not all men hate women. But culture hates women, so men who grow up in a sexist culture have a tendency to do and say sexist things, often without meaning to. We aren’t judging you for who you are but that doesn’t mean we’re not asking you to change your behaviour. What you feel about women in your heart is of less immediate importance than how you treat them on a daily basis.

You can be the gentlest, sweetest man in the world yet still benefit from sexism. That’s how oppression works.