Feminist England

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Zalfie Moments → 5/?
 Cuddles

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lustyscripps:

ruinedchildhood:

too-gay-for-this:

He has Monsters inc. on his shirt.

She has Nemo on her dress.

Violet has murder in her eyes. 

lustyscripps:

ruinedchildhood:

too-gay-for-this:

He has Monsters inc. on his shirt.

She has Nemo on her dress.

Violet has murder in her eyes. 

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fearsomeinnovation:

starlightexcellent:

My roommates and I carved pumpkins.

I made this one.

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Here it is with a candle.

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Happy Halloween.

GOD

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partybarackisinthehousetonight:

mark, my words. *mark brings me my dictionary* thank you mark

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reelofunconsciousness:

Bedtime Reading!
I just finished reading Every Day by David Levithan, and I can’t get over how amazing it was. Not only was it a beautiful story, but it shared a great message. What makes us fall in love? Are we attracted to a person’s outward appearance, their gender, age, physical features or is it something much deeper. A lives his live flitting in and out of bodies, every day is a new body, a new gender, a new appearance. But every day A is still A and no matter the body, A still loves Rhiannon. His love for her transcends what commonly established norms and conventions we have put upon relationships. 
Rhiannon’s struggle to define who and what A is also shows our obsession with placing people into a box. She continuously calls A “he”, and she tries to determine a name for A, that fits within a specific gender role. 
We as people come to love the box that holds the person, more than the person itself at times, and I think that Every Day teaches us to re-evaluate the basis of our relationships and how we define them. 

reelofunconsciousness:

Bedtime Reading!

I just finished reading Every Day by David Levithan, and I can’t get over how amazing it was. Not only was it a beautiful story, but it shared a great message. What makes us fall in love? Are we attracted to a person’s outward appearance, their gender, age, physical features or is it something much deeper. A lives his live flitting in and out of bodies, every day is a new body, a new gender, a new appearance. But every day A is still A and no matter the body, A still loves Rhiannon. His love for her transcends what commonly established norms and conventions we have put upon relationships. 

Rhiannon’s struggle to define who and what A is also shows our obsession with placing people into a box. She continuously calls A “he”, and she tries to determine a name for A, that fits within a specific gender role. 

We as people come to love the box that holds the person, more than the person itself at times, and I think that Every Day teaches us to re-evaluate the basis of our relationships and how we define them. 

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thegayteen:

somewhereoverthebarricade:

Before I had tumblr I had no idea there were any sexualities other than heterosexual and homosexual. I never considered gender inequalities still existed.

That doesn’t mean I was purposely trying to discriminate or upset people.

There is a difference between being just ignorant of something and purposefully discriminating.

Give someone a chance to learn and be enlightened before you slam them as rude, horrible people

god bless

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i-learned-it-from-the-pizzaman:

So my teacher told us that two blue eyed people can’t have a brown eyed kid and this kid in my class said “but both my parents have blue eyes and I have brown eyes”.  The teacher said “so you’re adopted”.  THe next day the kid came in and told us that he confronted his parents about it and that they said he was adopted but wanted to wait for the right time to tell him.  

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inkedcain:

Do you ever just wanna have like a book marathon day?? Like the way you can have a movie marathon?? Like totally spend like 24 whole hours just reading an entire book series, I mean you wouldn’t have to pause to eat or pee or wash you can legit carry a book around everywhere… I guess washing would cause soggy pages or a drippy kindle… But my God if only you could have one of those… The fact that I cannot read 9 books in 24 hours breaks my heart a little. Damn you Landy.

Jessie's Girl
Mary Lambert / Heart On My Sleeve (Deluxe Edition)

in which a gay cover of one of the most quintessential modern american love songs is a thing that exists

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