NEONNUBIAN
-Ashley Tisdale-
You hear me, but you don't feel me though.
NEONNUBIAN
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humansofnewyork:

Seen in Central Park
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luvablemonsterrr:

#streetharrassment #antistreetharrassment #donttellwomentosmile

Lawddddddddddd
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dollsofbeauty:

Dolls
dollsofbeauty:

Dolls
dollsofbeauty:

Dolls
dollsofbeauty:

Dolls
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pinktigar:

http://pinktigar.tumblr.com/
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fuckingrapeculture:

[ATTENTION:
When a customer orders a Happy Meal, you must ask, “Will that be a My Little Pony toy or a Skylanders toy?”. We will no longer refer to them as “boy or girl” toys. Managers will be performing follow ups on our new order taking procedures. Thank you for your patience and understanding.
Thank you,
Lorena.]
artisansoulleader:

jesuotaku:

rivirambles:

amischiefofmice:

PRAISE BE

Wendy’s is doing the same thing.
Will wonders never cease.

Reblogging this because it keeps showing up on my dash and I keep not-quite raining on the parade, but it seems like everyone thinks this means something different than it does, so I guess I’ll rain on it a little bit.I’m afraid this motion has nothing to do with conquering the gender binary or whatever Tumblr is really happy about to be reblogging it so heavily. It’s not about making little children feel like they can get whichever toy they prefer. It’d be nice if it was, but I’d be shocked if that was the case.No, the girl toy here is a My Little Pony. Which means that the *real* reason for this notice is that a bunch of bronies, as there are bajillions of photos and videos of them doing, are coming into fast food restaurants and buying several happy meals. They threw pissy fits when asked if they wanted the “boy or girl” toy, insisting that My Little Pony isn’t for girls or whatever, again, only saying this because of overwhelming evidence that bronies do this shit. Management eventually has enough of it, asks employees to just ask if people want Skylanders or My Little Pony so they won’t have any more disgusted bronies getting mad that their precious fandom is targeted at crappy dumb little girls.
So the short version is: this little paper unfortunately means the exact opposite of what you think it means, socially speaking. It was put up because grown-ass men get all pissy when it’s suggested that they like a thing for girls.
Proof: http://www.equestriadaily.com/2014/04/editorial-how-to-buy-mcdonalds-ponies.html <— this was posted on the net’s biggest brony hive on April 10, 2014. So yeah, this is sadly not about anything else but how awful bronies are, sorry.

Fuck bronies!
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cultureunseen:

Michael Jackson - Remember The Time (1992)Michael JacksonIMANEddie Murphy
Directed by John Singelton
cultureunseen:

Michael Jackson - Remember The Time (1992)Michael JacksonIMANEddie Murphy
Directed by John Singelton
cultureunseen:

Michael Jackson - Remember The Time (1992)Michael JacksonIMANEddie Murphy
Directed by John Singelton
cultureunseen:

Michael Jackson - Remember The Time (1992)Michael JacksonIMANEddie Murphy
Directed by John Singelton
cultureunseen:

Michael Jackson - Remember The Time (1992)Michael JacksonIMANEddie Murphy
Directed by John Singelton
cultureunseen:

Michael Jackson - Remember The Time (1992)Michael JacksonIMANEddie Murphy
Directed by John Singelton
cultureunseen:

Michael Jackson - Remember The Time (1992)Michael JacksonIMANEddie Murphy
Directed by John Singelton
cultureunseen:

Michael Jackson - Remember The Time (1992)Michael JacksonIMANEddie Murphy
Directed by John Singelton
cultureunseen:

Michael Jackson - Remember The Time (1992)Michael JacksonIMANEddie Murphy
Directed by John Singelton
cultureunseen:

Michael Jackson - Remember The Time (1992)Michael JacksonIMANEddie Murphy
Directed by John Singelton
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"Sometimes in black communities we forget that black girls are girls, not little women. My friend then shared with me her own story of being sexually abused and ending up pregnant and in need of an abortion at age 12 because her family members irresponsibly left her with a male family friend. The first time a 12-year-old black girl ever told me she had been raped, I, too, was 12 and she was a friend. The second time, I was a 22-year-old teacher, and the 12-year-old was my student.

I realize now, having heard a version of this story, yet again, that as gut-wrenching as these stories are, among black girls they are not uncommon; they are not even remarkable. So many of the highly educated black women you see went to hell and back before reaching the age of 18. Education has become our drug of choice.

[…]For black girls, educational achievement is not always the best indicator of a stable, happy home life. For me, education offered a goal and reward structure that was predictable and that I could control, simply by doing what was asked of me. In the midst of so many things I could not control, school was attractive. I imagine that for many black girls the narrative is similar."
Brittney Cooper, "A black girl’s constant fear: Why I thought I’d never live to see 33" (via wocinsolidarity)
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dynastylnoire:

jas0nwaterfalls:

also
ITS MOTHEFUCKIN GRADUATION DAY!

look at God
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readingsbyoctober:

queensoucouyant:

"lemme get uhhhhhhhh…"**turns to cousins**"aye whatcha’ll gettin?"

THREE DOLLAS??!?!!?!?!?!
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z33zy:


Stripper in Clearwater, FLA showing the judge that her bikini briefs were too large to expose her vagina to the undercover cops that arrested her. The case was dimissed.

YES GIRL GET IT
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usulal-din:

its physically emotionally spiritually literally impossible to hate drake anymore
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meliora-mcmxciv:

Tiger, and yes he’s a boy, not a girl.
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"Being a girl is awesome at all ages, and it’s super unfortunate that teenagers and young girls in general are so often left out of feminist conversations. Being in college doesn’t make you any better or smarter than teenagers; even being a CEO of some Fortune 500 company doesn’t make you any better or smarter than teenagers. Teenage girls don’t live in Girl World that’s contained in the hallways of high schools and in the blogosphere. They live in the Real World, they’re part of the Real World. Their perspectives are as important as those of women of all ages, if not more important because they’re among the most marginalized. Girls deserve spaces to express themselves in the Real World too."

Ty Slobe, Why intergenerational feminism matters (via sparkamovement)

Yes!!!!!!

(via lauriehalseanderson)