on today’s episode of me having feelings, a series of tweets about “anti-rape nail polish.”


I’m really grateful for all the new followers in the past week - I know an updated introduction post is long overdue! And I’ll also be going through and following back sometime tomorrow!






oh look. She’s white.

they’re talking proportionality though, not actually saying she’s the most gorgeous being on the planet. Like idk what to tell you.

As if common POC features such as: eyes that are “too small”, lips that are “too big”, faces that are “too oblong”, noses that are “too wide” or “too long” etc. etc. don’t fit into the category of disproportionate…

As if what is considered proportionally acceptable isn’t heavily leaning in the European direction…

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ghostypudding: more hair = higher prices

gender does not determine the amount of hair you have, so… 

woman =/= more hair
man =/= less hair

yes, it’s really that simple #whoknew


England and Canada love to use America as their scapegoat to hide all the terrible racism happening in their countries



I remember talking to my mother and seeing Snow White and wondering if there’d ever be Chocolate Brown or something like that. But my parents were very good at making sure I had dolls that looked like me, and books with brown children in them, and birthday cards with brown children on them. They were very aware. When you discount a child from fantasy, it’s a very strong statement. You think, Wow, somebody made an entire movie with elves, and trees that talk, and things that fly, and there was no room for me.

Anika Noni Rose in Vanity Fair. (Interview by Alex Beggs; Photographs by Justin Bishop.)





Collegehumors’ new video is on point as always






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Anonymous: How do your parents feel about you treating them like shit. Like your mother for marrying your father and both conceiving an ungrateful child. How do they feel about you making them feel like a joke on the internet with every SJW outburst you post?

Lol well first of all, my mom raised me for the first few years of my life on her own. Second of all, I have a wonderful relationship with my parents and they know about the content of my tumblr, and are very happy to see what I’m doing :)



Consent is not sexy.

Consent is basic. Consent is NECESSARY. Consent is not always (or often) sexy.

Consent is sometimes awkward, difficult, or embarrassing. Sometimes asking for it is scary, because the possibility of rejection is scary.

Consent is changeable, depending on circumstance (I consent to fuck you for $500, with a condom. I consent to fuck you here at the moment, with a condom.) Consent can be revoked at any time, especially if the circumstances and agreement on which consent was negotiated change. (I consented to fuck you for $500, with a condom. Both of these must be involved or my consent is void. I consented to fuck you with a condom. You took it off. This is rape) You can revoke consent. This must be respected.

Consent can be desireless and still valid.

Consent can be given under constrained financial circumstances and still be valid.

Coerced consent is not consent.

Consensual sex is NOT the best sex, the best that can be said of consensual sex is that it is not rape.

Not all consensual sex will be good.

Consent is still and always necessary.

Sex without consent is RAPE.

Anonymous: Women make less money because they go for the shitter jobs but like-for-like, there's no wage gap. Stop letting feminists fill your head with bullshit.

I can really tell there was a lot of research put into this one *applause*

Anonymous: Holy shit you got owned on that hair post hahaha

how? by people saying “women have longer hair so it’s more expensive”?? they’re only proving my point, so I don’t get what you mean


Beyoncé’s full performance at the 2014 VMA’s

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Q: How many male novelists does it take to screw in a lightbulb?
A: The beast, which had represented his feelings, was dead. “I think I’ll do a pushup,” he announced to the sea. The sea respected him for it.

Male Novelist Jokes" by Mallory Ortberg.



FEMINIST:  A person who believes in the social, political, and economic equality of the sexes.