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princelesscomic:

thatcanadiangamer374:

princelesscomic:

fuckyeahallhallowseve:

ITS THAT TIME OF YEAR AGAIN. ALREADY THE HALLOWEEN TAG IS FILLING UP WITH BORING AND INSULTING SLUT SHAMING STUFF. CELEBRATE ANY WAY YOU WANT TO.

I can get behind this.
Is it still okay to shame costume companies for making terrible costumes “sexy” and otherwise though?

I’d say definitely if it’s a children’s costume.

Deal. And can we also extend this to companies that don’t make a version of costumes that look like the real thing and just a “sexy” one?

princelesscomic:

thatcanadiangamer374:

princelesscomic:

fuckyeahallhallowseve:

ITS THAT TIME OF YEAR AGAIN. ALREADY THE HALLOWEEN TAG IS FILLING UP WITH BORING AND INSULTING SLUT SHAMING STUFF. CELEBRATE ANY WAY YOU WANT TO.

I can get behind this.

Is it still okay to shame costume companies for making terrible costumes “sexy” and otherwise though?

I’d say definitely if it’s a children’s costume.

Deal. And can we also extend this to companies that don’t make a version of costumes that look like the real thing and just a “sexy” one?

deanwinchesterscock

In science class, talking about certain properties of substances and what a "Property" is. My science teacher asks me to stand up and ask the class for some of my properties. (FYI I am female and fully identify as such, but this was still a cool thing to say on my teacher's behalf)

  • first kid: red hair!
  • teacher: (immediately nods and writes "red hair" on board) yup, that is one of alex's properties, sure.
  • another kid: brown eyes!
  • teacher: (nods and writes on board)
  • yet another kid: freckles
  • teacher: all great answers, (writes on board) anything else?
  • Lets call him Bob: Shes a girl
  • Teacher: (Pauses, looks at me, then back at the kid) Well it's not my place to confirm that, besides, you have no idea whether Alex is a girl or not.
  • Bob: Well she's got boobs
  • Teacher: (Doesnt even get mad at the smartassish response, just nods calmly) Yes, now, having boobs is a property. Gender on the other hand is much less physical, and a lot more mental. Just because she has body parts that are recognized generally on females, does not mean that she's female herself. So why don't we say, instead of "she's a girl" we'll just say she has boobs
  • Teacher: (writes on board "Alex has boobs")
choosepeaceoverwar

can-u-not-my-wayward-son:

berksome:

a happy couple might’ve got married today 

someone might’ve kissed their best friend and realized they are gay today

someone might’ve found out they were officially cancer free today

someone might’ve finally finished their debut novel today 

lots of interesting things might’ve happening today 

we should celebrate 

you’re the kind of person everyone needs in their lives