I think they should make a male version of Hooters
Where guys walk around in just those tight boxer briefs
It shall be called Pythons
I am so fucking tired of women feeling like it’s their responsibility to fix men. I see so many of my friends in dysfunctional relationships saying “oh well I’m helping him change into a better man.” NO FUCK THAT you are a person who is worthy of having your emotions respected and valued. It’s not your job to selflessly give up everything you have to someone who isn’t worthy of it and doesn’t give it back in return. It’s not a woman’s job to be chewed up and spit out in the pursuit of making men better people if they want to be better people they can fucking do it by themselves.
"you are worth more than who you fuck
you are worth more than a waistline
you are worth more than any naked body could proclaim
in the shadows, more than a man’s whim
or your father’s mistake
you are no less valuable as a size 16, than a size 4
you are no less valuable as a 32A than a 36C,
your sexiness is defined by concentric circles within your wood;
you are a goddamn tree stump with leaves sprouting out:
-Mary Lambert, ‘Body Love
That young women in the U.S. probably have learned more about rape culture on Tumblr - or other places online - than in school. True? I’d be interested to hear people’s stories….
Men had no problem violating women’s bodies while they had on corsets, petticoats and farthingales, so what the fuck makes you think a short skirt has anything to do with it?
Men also have no problem violating women’s bodies while they wear a niqab, hijab and burqa, some of the most covered form of clothing. So basically, what the fuck makes you think clothes have anything to do with it?
all emotional and homesick and bloated and cramping and angry and crying and not crying and bitchy and annoying uhgggg I hate human emotions oh and my vagina is bleeding goddamit
I think most of us reach a point where we become enlightened on something and look back at the problematic shit we have said and cringe. But the thing is, you have learned and grown and can recognize that you weren’t always right. Admitting you were wrong makes you strong and helps you learn.
this is pretty damn important to keep in mind