if u ever need something to smile at here’s my dog in his raincoat
Jason segal is the cutessssttttt
Im blushing tbh he’s the best
Black teens being profiled in a publix grocery store (x)
WTF! At least they got him
We live in a post-racial society though.
Eagleton, Terry, Why Marx Was Right (Yale University Press, 2011) p.5 (via fuckyeahdialectics)
And this is why I get pissed off when.. I talk about equality, and someone says “YOU WANT EVERYONE TO BE THE SAME”. No, that’s not how it works, and I’m sick of explaining it.
being brave :’(
my most hated area.
i am really okay with this now
Hi Lioness! Before I took this pic, I texted my friends too see if they wanted to hang out. None of them replied for quite a while, and when they did, they said they were having sex with their boyfriend’s and didn’t see my message. Like, what the hell. All of my friends were having sex simultaneously, just in different places. It was quite sublime.
Just like you, I’m not getting any sexy times too hahaha. Last time I had a date was 5 years ago.
Anyway, sorry for the random story, it just inspired me to take a pic that looks like I’m about to have sex.
Keep being awesome, Lioness. I hope you’ll have some awesome sexy time in the near future.
Well, it sounds like your friends lead very exciting lives!! Count me jealous. Honestly i think this is a truly gorgeous photo. Your deep red lips and your soft glowing skin. Thank you for sharing it with us. It’s only a matter of time dear - maybe we could have a Coffee Club connections page?
me and you and our dogs all sleeping together on our king sized bed
TW: rape threats, death threats, extreme misogyny, gendered slurs, aggressive sexual come-ons/demands, fatphobia, body shaming, explicit and descriptive threats of violence - all of these toward women; depiction of animated gore/violence from 3:08-3:21 (against a woman)
This TV segment on Canada’s Global News, featuring an interview with Anita Sarkeesian, is an excellent overview of misogyny and sexism among the gaming community and industry, from gamers to the designers and companies that make the games. One flaw is the video’s failure to address race as a factor (all the designers portrayed were white or white passing). However, I think this is an important video to watch, particularly for male gamers who think sexism isn’t a problem among gamers or in the industry or who think girls and women don’t play games. The video doesn’t focus on game content, but rather, on how men are making gaming communities unbearable for women through harassment, threats of violence, aggressive sexual come-ons and other methods of intimidation and exclusion.