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Grease (1978)
18134 | 1 month ago    via kaants-deactivated20140325.   originally cinyma.   grease  


instead of paying women the same as men, pay men the same as women and see how angry they get

109675 | 1 month ago    via pokeyziegler.   originally thedalekwiththebread.   sexism  

527 | 1 month ago    via kaants-deactivated20140325.   originally lanadamnyou.   lana del rey  


Prom vs Laser Tag


Prom vs Laser Tag

148347 | 1 month ago    via hellogumdrop.   originally veritasfracta.   prom  

9122 | 1 month ago    via hermionejg.   originally drake-ramoray.   mean girls  





11393 | 1 month ago    via heartlessandhungry.   originally americanfeminist.   feminism  



i need support

preferably financial

60009 | 1 month ago    via hellogumdrop.   originally malikmydick.   about my life  

262353 | 1 month ago    via hermionejg.   originally sandandglass.   sabrina the teenage witch  

Have you ever heard the phrase cockblocking? You know, you’re at a bar, talking to a girl, and what happens? Her less attractive friend comes over and ruins everything. Cockblock. Well I have to tell you something guys: I have been the less attractive friend, and you were NOT cockblocked. I was following orders from my better-looking friend that she did not wanna fuck you. …Girls have two signals for their friends: ‘I’m gonna fuck him’ and ‘HELP.’

Amy Schumer [x] (via rashaka)

The number of “get me out of here” tactics women have developed and shared to help each other escape from overly-insistent-to-borderline-predatory dudes in public places should probably be enough evidence of the existence of rape culture all on its own.

(via madgastronomer)


(via ellakrystina)

I especially like how, in the majority of cases, you don’t have to verbally communicate what your signals are to other women. I’ve had women I didn’t even know come save me. Literally every woman recognizes the “Dear god, help me” facial expression, and knows exactly what they should do. We don’t get a handbook for this. We don’t have a sit-down nail polish party where we talk about a standardized woman code for preventing creepers. It’s just part of being a woman.


(via eastberlin)

Yup. I’ve definitely taken strangers by the arm and pulled her aside to go, “Oh my GOD it’s you! How ARE YOU?!? It’s been so long!” and then been like “hey I could overhear that guy who wouldn’t leave you alone so I figured I’d give you an out” and then see their VISIBLY RELIEVED expressions. This is part of girl code, because rape culture is that pervasive.

(via thebicker)

I once had a girl sit on my lap and say “hey baby” after she witnessed a guy (who was easily 20+ years older than me) hitting on me and harassing me for my number even after I told him I was taken. After he got up and left she asked if I was okay. I couldn’t thank her enough times, I even bought her a drink.

(via castielsmiles)

We have done this. In fact, we are this. Because we are asexual and we don’t like alcohol so we never drink, we have gone with friends to parties/places where our sole job was to keep an eye out for everyone and be the permanent ‘aggressive man-sheild.’ Not one of our female friends has ever questioned this or found it all strange. In fact, often once they realized we were willing to do it, it would be pre-arranged. Every guy friend we ever did this in front of or tried to explain to looked flabbergasted. They had no idea that this was a) an intentional thing, b) a planned ahead thing, or c) universal.

Rape culture is the fact that every woman understands this. Male privilege is the fact that no guy on earth seems to know or understand.

(via cractasticdispatches)

157352 | 1 month ago    via pokeyziegler.   originally rashaka.   rape culture     sexism