Bumpin’ & Bindin’! #BumpinNGrindin #Bumper #Binders #Women #MittRomney
Who cares if, like, a 90-year old Jerry Lewis thinks women aren’t funny. It’s fine. It’s endearing, if anything. It’s like when your grandmother is a racist. It’s adorable.
This is the tattoo Janis Joplin had on her wrist.
It’s a symbol of feminism, both in its original intent and in its pop culture relevance.
I think it’s lovely.
These days, flouting gender conventions extends even to baby naming: first names that were once unambiguously masculine are now given to girls. The shift, however, almost never goes the other way. That’s because girls gain status by moving into “boy” space, while boys are tainted by the slightest whiff of femininity. “There’s a lot more privilege to being a man in our society,” says Diane Ehrensaft, a psychologist at the University of California, San Francisco, who supports allowing children to be what she calls gender creative. “When a boy wants to act like a girl, it subconsciously shakes our foundation, because why would someone want to be the lesser gender?” Boys are up to seven times as likely as girls to be referred to gender clinics for psychological evaluations. Sometimes the boys’ violation is as mild as wanting a Barbie for Christmas. By comparison, most girls referred to gender clinics are far more extreme in their atypicality: they want boy names, boy pronouns and, sometimes, boy bodies.
They call it a period, but it’s really a run-on sentence
babbling on all week. It’s the definition of womanhood
reduced by repetition to the tedium of tampon commercials,
punchlines, and the day-long math test of cramps
shooting through you like swimmer’s stitches
while you’re in the middle of the river.
It’s official - my weight is in the 120s!! I know I’m barely there, but I think it counts for something. I have lost 15 pounds since January. Much success! I still would like to lose about 9 pounds, which I think is both healthy (I’m only 5’3) and attainable. <3
Are you freaking kidding me?
My nephew has to do a project on Women’s History and his teacher let him choose Selena Gomez as a topic
Elizabeth Cady Stanton is rolling in her grave.
Susan B. Anthony is, too.
They all are.
Bea Arthur’s Marine enlistment photo
Personality appraisal sheets from her enlistment interviews described her as “argumentative” and “over agressive,” and her interviewer wrote that she was “officious - but probably a good worker - if she has her own way.”
I have a healthy cervix!
I just thought you all should know.
(My Well-Woman exam went well.)
#I ♥ PlannedParenthood
I like the look of her tattoos. I wish I could see all of them.
Why do people say ‘grow some balls’? Balls are weak and sensitive. If you really want to get tough, grow a vagina. Those things really take a pounding.
My favorite thing to do is to go where I’ve never been.