provocatoria:

popcornheaux:

i think about how you’re always supposed to wait around for men.wait for them to correctly identify their emotions.wait for them to weakly express it.wait for them to be courageous with emotional vulnerability.it’s so tiring how you’re supposed to accept the little they offer and be grateful.

!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

provocatoria:

popcornheaux:

i think about how you’re always supposed to wait around for men.wait for them to correctly identify their emotions.wait for them to weakly express it.wait for them to be courageous with emotional vulnerability.it’s so tiring how you’re supposed to accept the little they offer and be grateful.

!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

tinyclicks:

LAMB DESTROYER

tinyclicks:

LAMB DESTROYER

He may love you. He probably does. He probably thinks about you all the time. But that isn’t what matters. What matters is what he’s doing about it, and what he’s doing about it is nothing. And if he’s doing nothing, you most certainly shouldn’t do anything. You need someone who goes out of their way to make it obvious that they want you in their life. — (via deltasfinest)

(via gabifresh)

(via gabifresh)

unclefather:

we take for granted all the times our nose isn’t stuffy

(via sociolab)

asker

Anonymous asked: what turns you on?

nhprep:

Phone at 100%, full tank of gas, warm clothes out of the dryer, the fridge after grocery shopping, naps. The usual.

itstimeforfeminism:

calendar—girl:

girlsgetbusyzine:

writeswrongs:

cumaeansibyl:

coffeeandconlangs:

Unnecessary “fillers” in our speech. I’d rather have “like” than up-talking, though (if we had to choose one, that is). Ewwww, up-talking. Then again, a combination of the two would render me homicidal maniac.


Like, did you ever notice? That, like, the speech patterns people, like, think are stupid?  Are, like, commonly associated with, like, women?
And, like, there’s this thing? Where, like, women aren’t supposed to be, like, assertive? So they, like, qualify their speech? Because, like, we’re not supposed to, like, stand by our opinions?

1) humiliate women so they don’t feel qualified to speak authoritatively about anything
2) humiliate women for speaking in such a way that reflects how you treat her
3) laugh, you are superior because you don’t use words like “like.”  It isn’t as if being a huge stupid asshole has ever made you worse than a woman who speaks with verbal tics.  

The nail. It is hit on the head.

itstimeforfeminism:

calendar—girl:

girlsgetbusyzine:

writeswrongs:

cumaeansibyl:

coffeeandconlangs:

Unnecessary “fillers” in our speech. I’d rather have “like” than up-talking, though (if we had to choose one, that is). Ewwww, up-talking. Then again, a combination of the two would render me homicidal maniac.

Like, did you ever notice? That, like, the speech patterns people, like, think are stupid?  Are, like, commonly associated with, like, women?

And, like, there’s this thing? Where, like, women aren’t supposed to be, like, assertive? So they, like, qualify their speech? Because, like, we’re not supposed to, like, stand by our opinions?

1) humiliate women so they don’t feel qualified to speak authoritatively about anything

2) humiliate women for speaking in such a way that reflects how you treat her

3) laugh, you are superior because you don’t use words like “like.”  It isn’t as if being a huge stupid asshole has ever made you worse than a woman who speaks with verbal tics.  

The nail. It is hit on the head.

(via thefemcritique)