August 28, 2014 / 6:00PM 194,524 notes

dogthing2:

kamikaze95:

nowyoukno:

Remember IT IS NOT A WOMAN’S RESPONSIBILITY TO PREVENT RAPE. In the world we live in, however, women should be empowered with any tools in order to protect themselves. Source for more facts follow NowYouKno

:-))


Very dope

dogthing2:

kamikaze95:

nowyoukno:

Remember IT IS NOT A WOMAN’S RESPONSIBILITY TO PREVENT RAPE. In the world we live in, however, women should be empowered with any tools in order to protect themselves. Source for more facts follow NowYouKno

:-))

Very dope

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Please tell me
I’m not as forgettable
as your silence
is making me feel.

M.S.  (via forever-and-alwayss)

(via dogthing2)

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August 28, 2014 / 12:00PM 704 notes
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August 28, 2014 / 11:02AM 1 note

Gilmore Girls rant:

I hate Logan. Always did. He was fun for adventure. But a douche.

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August 28, 2014 / 10:45AM 1,109 notes

hannabalxmarie:

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I love this.

hannabalxmarie:

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I love this.

(Source: contac)

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August 28, 2014 / 10:35AM 57 notes

skateordiehoe:

Skate or die

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August 28, 2014 / 10:34AM 94 notes

moderngirlblitz:

Roller Girl, You are the Queen of my World!

moderngirlblitz:

Roller Girl, You are the Queen of my World!

riot grrlroller derbyhell yes

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August 28, 2014 / 9:35AM 1 note

The derby community is amazing.

I’m feeling more and more a part of the team.
Why is it the 5th practice that makes you feel that way?
I think I have contacted 7 people in the league this week with various questions from technique, to skate tech, to just being new friends, or celebrating finally getting something to someone who has seen me progress since day 1.
From coaches to refs to other skaters on other teams (via the interwebs and my cousin on another league) I am incredibly impressed by the warm loving nature of this sport and how there is a lack of bullshit in everything. I respect it more for that.

personaldear diaryderby lovederby diaries

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August 28, 2014 / 9:00AM 26,772 notes
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Woman is:

—-kicking strongly in your mother’s womb, upon which she is told, “It must be a boy, if it’s so active!”

—-being tagged with a pink beaded bracelet thirty seconds after you are born, and wrapped in pink blankets five minutes thereafter.

—-being confined to the Doll Corner in nursery school when you are really fascinated by Tinker Toys.

—-wanting to wear overalls instead of “frocks.”

—-learning to detest the words “dainty” and “cute. “

—-being labeled a tomboy when all you wanted to do was climb that tree to look out and see a distance.

—-learning to sit with your legs crossed, even when your feet can’t touch the floor yet.

—-hating boys—because they’re allowed to do things you want to do but are forbidden to—and being told hating boys is a phase.

—-learning that something you do is “naughty,” but when your brother does the same thing, it’s “spunky.”

—-wondering why your father gets mad now and then, but your mother mostly sighs a lot.

—-seeing grownups chuckle when you say you want to be an engineer or doctor when you grow up—and learning to say you want to be a mommy or a nurse, instead.

—-wanting to shave your legs at twelve and being agonized because your mother won’t let you.

—-being agonized at fourteen because you finally have shaved your legs, and your flesh is on fire.

—-being told nothing whatsoever about menstruation, so that you think you are bleeding to death with your first period, or:

—-being told all about it in advance by kids at school who titter and make it clear the whole thing is dirty, or:

—-being prepared for it by your mother, who carefully reiterates that it isn’t dirty, all the while talking just above a whisper, and referring to it as the “curse,” “being sick,” or “falling off the roof.”

—-feeling proud of and disgusted by your own body, for the first, but not last, time.

—-dreading summertime because more of your body with its imperfections will be seen—and judged.

—-liking math or history a lot and getting hints that boys are turned off by smart girls.

—-getting hints that other girls are turned off by smart girls.

—-finally getting turned off by smart girls, unconsciously dropping back, lousing up your marks, and being liked by the other kids at last.

—-having an intense crush on another girl or on a woman teacher and learning that that’s unspeakable.

— Excerpt, "Barbarous Rituals," in Sisterhood is Powerful. (via yellowboxturtle)

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