I love stories and protagonists that are not cynical
I love protagonists who believe wholeheartedly in something
I love protagonists who hate hurting anyone
I love stories about kindness in very unkind worlds
I love stories about people promising to be good to one another even if they cant know how to save the world or be good for any thing else
We can’t hate ourselves into a version of ourselves we can love.
Hahaha, remember back when I worked at Kroger’s, that one time when I causally mentioned that I had a girlfriend, and next thing I knew I was in the office being reprimanded for “talking about my sex life”?
The simple act of saying that you aren’t straight is considered to be a sexual conversation.
That is so fucked up.
To me, feminism is also about liberating men from the stereotypes that they have to be the breadwinners, that they have to be a certain way, and they can’t explore their feminine sides. That’s crippling men. That’s crippling how fully men can experience their emotional lives and everything. They have to bond with each other by putting women down? That’s sad. What about having real friendships? Wouldn’t that be great?
I want this on a t-shirt and a thousand business cards to hand out to people on the street. Spot on, but would expect nothing less of Hanna.
liberate women? why do that when we CAN HELP THE MEN!!
this quote is crap. feminism is not about liberating men. it’s about liberating women. any type of feminism that takes its time to reassure that men are catered to is counterproductive, shitty, and it reeks of white privilege.(via luaren)
daily reminder that no one has been policing anyone to call themselves queer but if you use the word ‘queer’ to talk about others without their consent then you are using a slur to refer to that person and that is Not Ok