I want to live in a world where little girls are not pinkified, but where little...– Get Your Anti-Femininity Out Of My Feminism by s.e. smith (via nerdiestofbears) Forever reblog
My History of Being fat →
nudiemuse: WHY is this sort of who/I overate/lost weight and now I’m better always the narrative for fat women? Seriously given the number of fat women who write a lot about things beyond the narrative of being a small/slightly fat fatty in a way that isn’t laden with guilt, misery and the LOSE WEIGHT koolaid, why is this ALWAYS the narrative? From the end: Look, I don’t smoke anymore. I...
Maureen Johnson: OH HELLO. PERHAPS WE SHALL MEET? →
maureenjohnsonbooks: Here is a list of PLACES where I can be ENCOUNTERED in the next two weeks. I am giving away a MADNESS UNDERNEATH to ONE RANDOM PERSON who reblogs this info. SO GO NUTS. THIS WEEKEND, THE TEXAS BOOK FESTIVAL, AUSTIN Saturday, October 27th 10:00am: SIGNING in the Penguin/Book People booth…
Men shouldn't be allowed out after dark without...
sozznee: If men can’t keep their hands to themselves or refrain from verbally harassing women after dark, maybe they shouldn’t be out in the first place.
Check if your voter registration went through at... →
stfuconservatives: If you aren’t sure if your voter registration was processed, check it at this website. If it wasn’t, call your local elections office and find out what happened (the site has a directory with all of them). Even if your registration doesn’t go through, and you get to your polling place and they don’t have your name on the rolls, YOU STILL HAVE A RIGHT TO VOTE. Request a paper...
Be humble for you are made of Earth. Be noble for you are made of stars.– Serbian proverb (via lunenymph)
growing-orbits: It Is That Dream It’s that dream that we carry with us that something wonderful will happen, that it has to happen, that time will open, that the heart will open, that doors will open, that the mountains will open, that wells will leap up, that the dream will open, that one morning we’ll slip in to a harbor that we’ve never known. — Olav H. Hauge, translated by Robert...