I am obsessed, okay?


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vvtvrmom:

I just looked outside to check the patriarchy and apparently it’s reigning men

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inspirationcocoa:

- date a man who loves his mom
- date a man who has a beautiful smile
- date a man who knows how to use a hammer
- date a man who saves the earth
- date thor, i’m talking about thor

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when I’m in a relationship with someone we are doing as many of these as we can

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emma watson: gets casted as the female lead in one of history's biggest movie franchises
emma watson: spends the next decade slaying as hermione granger
emma watson: manages to flim 8 movies as a teenager AND get amazing grades
emma watson: gets accepted to Brown, an IVY LEAGUE UNIVERSITY
emma watson: overcomes the struggle of leaving home to go to college overseas
emma watson: completes her degree despite always having to deal with the fact that she's a huge celebrity among regular college students
emma watson: delivers an empowering, wonderfully thoughtful, honest speech about gender equality
emma watson: is intelligent, down-to-earth, kind and sweet
emma watson: is also ridiculously hot
emma watson: is perfect human
crusty men living in their parents basements: shit
crusty men living in their parents basements: i feel so threatened rn
crusty men living in their parents basements: let's leak her nudes
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rubmyfeetbitch:

"you’re spreading this around bc you want him to look bad" 

Well, yeah. And also because I think it’s important for other fans who agree with me to know that they aren’t alone. 

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dethbysquirl: I'm male, and have a female friend who frequently jokes about rape. I know that she is a rape survivor. I don't laugh at the jokes, but in mixed company, other males often do, and even expand on them. I'm torn as to whether I should confront her about the jokes making me uncomfortable and being problematic, when they could very well be part of her coping mechanism for her own assault. Is a survivor allowed to joke about rape, in the same way people reclaim slurs? I don't know how to handle this.

misandry-mermaid:

It’s common for rape survivors to joke about rape, and it’s generally used as a coping mechanism.  It’s your friend’s right to deal with her trauma in a way that helps her heal.  What isn’t okay, however, is how those “jokes” are going to be perceived and how they effect your social circles. 

The “jokes” may be heard by an actual rapist (remember, most rapists don’t think of themselves as rapists) or someone who would commit rape if the opportunity arose and these jokes are percieved as something that justifies their actions.  The “jokes” may be heard by a fellow rape survivor who, regardless of whether or not they know your friend’s status as a survivor, feels hurt, unsafe, or triggered by it.  I really don’t know the best way to handle this either.  I think ideally you should talk to her about this alone, maybe soon after she has made a “rape joke” so that she can’t deny or claim to have forgotten about it.  Rather than framing this around her own assault, I think it’d be best to simply use the points I made above: that rape jokes hurt the feelings of survivors and make people who have or would consider attempting rape feel more comfortable and supported in doing so.  I would leave her own experience with rape out of it unless she brings it up.  For example if you mention survivors finding the “jokes” hurtful and she says “Well I’ve been raped and I think it’s a funny joke.” you could reply with “I know that happened to you and I think it’s awful.  But I don’t think all survivors of rape react to it the same way and some might feel much more attacked by those kinds of jokes than you do.” 

Any survivors who want to chime in with advice, please do so, because I’m pretty much making this up as I go and this really is a tough one.

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Anonymous: why did liam unfollow you

stylestomlinson1d:

rubmyfeetbitch:

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Because he would rather protect his sexist, ignorant friends than be a good role model for his fans. 

If you want to know what Liam is currently ranting about, it’s me. 

I’m curious, do you also think Zayn supports domestic violence since he went to a club with Chris Brown? Or think that Niall supports drinking and driving since he is friends with Justin Bieber? Or are you only going to give Liam shit because he has tweeted the Duck Dynasty family and got an instagram video from them?

Liam’s the only one she can DM you asshole.

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fatshitcray:

HEY BUD

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shouldnt:

WHY CANT EVERYONE ENJOY THE SAME MUSIC AND TV SHOWS THAT I ENJOY

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221btimelordette:

I was initially planning on being a casual fan, but then I thought, why not just let it consume my soul instead? 

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Anonymous: why did liam unfollow you

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Because he would rather protect his sexist, ignorant friends than be a good role model for his fans. 

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captainamericaisavirgin:

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feminism never made me hate men but the reaction to feminism sure as shit did

some men* you literally cannot hate people you’ve never met or even heard of.

oh MY GOD OH MY GOD OHH M Y GOD OH MY GOD OH MY GOD OHHHYM GOD OH MY GOD OH MY OD OOOOOH MY GOD oh MY GOD OH MY GOD OH MY GOD O H MY GO D OH MY GOD O H M Y GO D OH MY GOD OH MY GOD

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