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fangirlquest:

December 3rd 2013, around 1am, something awesome happened.. 

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turdqu0ize:

keep fuckin walkin you postman piece of shit

turdqu0ize:

keep fuckin walkin you postman piece of shit

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heatherbat:

callmebliss:

hellotailor:

rubdown:

lovelymoonbeams:

stunningpicture:

‘Cause people seem to only post the 20-something Audrey Hepburn

this is genuinely the first photo i’ve seen of her looking older

I didn’t know Audrey Hepburn grew old into a bomb-ass old lady until like, last year. I thought she died young cuz that’s the only pictures I’ve ever seen. 

omg

<3

she was also the granddaughter of a baron, the daughter of a nazi sympathizer, spent her teens doing ballet to secretly raise money for the dutch resistance against the nazis, and spent her post-film career as a goodwill ambassador of UNICEF, winning the presidential medal of freedom for her efforts.
and history remembers her as pretty.
\o/

heatherbat:

callmebliss:

hellotailor:

rubdown:

lovelymoonbeams:

stunningpicture:

‘Cause people seem to only post the 20-something Audrey Hepburn

this is genuinely the first photo i’ve seen of her looking older

I didn’t know Audrey Hepburn grew old into a bomb-ass old lady until like, last year. I thought she died young cuz that’s the only pictures I’ve ever seen. 

omg

<3

she was also the granddaughter of a baron, the daughter of a nazi sympathizer, spent her teens doing ballet to secretly raise money for the dutch resistance against the nazis, and spent her post-film career as a goodwill ambassador of UNICEF, winning the presidential medal of freedom for her efforts.

and history remembers her as pretty.

\o/

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From my book “You’re All Just Jealous of My Jetpack” Click here for details.

myjetpack:

From my book “You’re All Just Jealous of My Jetpack”
Click here for details.

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"If you’ve noticed that any guy who’s dated another guy is promptly crowned “gay” across seven continents but when you note his expressed attraction to women as well, you hear, “Whoa, whoa, WHOA. Let’s not *label* the guy, OK, Label Master? You’re making a lot of assumptions with your LABELS, here,” you might be a bisexual."

You Might Be A Bisexual (with apologies to Jeff Foxworthy)

Tiggy Upland is the always ladylike Advice Columnist for Boston’s own Bisexual Resource Center

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odofemi:

People make a lot of fascinating assumptions when I disclose having done sex work as a trans teenager. A lot of people assume that I had a violent home and ran away. Some people assume that I was sexually abused as very young child. Occasionally, people assume that I was being pimped by someone, or otherwise coerced into doing sex work. They give me sympathy (pity) and, I think, hope that I will trust them enough to disclose the salacious details of my life that they are sure will rival those of JT LeRoy.

When I challenge any of these assumptions, or discuss how empowering sex work was for me as a young trans person struggling to find any kind of validation in my life, they become less sympathetic. Feminists sometimes discount my experiences as not being like “real sex work,” whatever that is, because my life does not fit neatly into their ideas about sex trafficking.

Occasionally, people get angry at me for not being repentant, for not opposing sex work. Usually, I laugh in their faces and then verbally tear them to pieces.

Sometimes, sex work-friendly activists who’ve never done sex work themselves get really excited about how I felt positive validation through sex work. But they make a lot of assumptions, too. They often assume that I was older when I did sex work. That I made a great deal of money. That I didn’t have negative experiences. When I challenge these assumptions, they looks upset and I worry that they might change their opinions and join the hordes of “anti-trafficking” people. It’s a tricky line to walk between being honest and not losing “allies” who are much needed in the continued struggle for sex workers’ rights.

It would be really nice if people who haven’t done sex work could understand that the vast majority of sex work is deeply neutral, even when youth are doing it or people without status or with precarious status. Most people who do sex work have ambiguous relationships with the work. Sometimes it can be fun and rewarding, sometimes it can be frustrating or even dangerous, but largely it’s somewhere in the middle. And all of those experiences are equally valid. None of them stop being “real sex work” simply because they do not conform to the one end of the spectrum we’ve decided to set up moral camp at.

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bidyke:

seraphica:

Rohit Bal’s collection for India Bridal Fashion Week - absolutely stunning, and (in my opinion) way more interesting and personal than current western trends.

That’s fucking gorgeous.

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spookymoony:

if you find terms for queer identities confusing, arbitrary or unimportant then you’ve probably never had to experience how terrifying it is to not understand your own identity, or the relief of finding a term that helps describe you

Yes!!!!

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bidyke:

feministdisney:

randomlyawake:

morelikesassyfras:

neilpatrickheaven:

the animators for this movie had a snowflake generator so that every single snowflake in the movie was different and if you don’t think that’s really punk rock idk what to tell u

shame they couldn’t do that with women’s faces

Ooooo snap

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bidyke:

feministdisney:

randomlyawake:

morelikesassyfras:

neilpatrickheaven:

the animators for this movie had a snowflake generator so that every single snowflake in the movie was different and if you don’t think that’s really punk rock idk what to tell u

shame they couldn’t do that with women’s faces

Ooooo snap

what this refers to 

Commentary bolded for emphasis.

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