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singingtomysoul:

g0ggles:

These are all really cute

So remember, if anyone ever tries to tell you what’s “natural”, laugh the fuck in their face.

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Here are a few more: 

You know, if you’re someone who’s trying to design a culture for a story or such, be it fantasy or alient sci-fi stuff, these are actually pretty good resources to base the culture off of in aspects of reproduction. 

reblogging for future reference

hyenas tho <3

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thingswhatareawesome:

mother-fucking-avengers:

cherizo:

growing up as a gifted and talented student made me ridiculously ashamed of being wrong. like being wrong about the littlest things makes me want to cry and hate myself and i turn back into the big baby i actually am.

FINALLY SOMEONE PUT THIS INTO WORDS FOR ME

 

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thelatestkate:

my therapist taught me to start thinking of my anxiety as my panicky friend

it’s working???

this is so cute omg

Woah this is super useful!!

For all my anxious friends out there.

This totally works! Some of us get stuck in the sense that we *are* our emotions, so they overwhelm us and we can’t do anything about them. When you give your emotion an identity separate from you, it gives you the distance to make better judgments about it, and to comfort yourself better. 10/10 therapy veterans would recommend.

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himesama:

if you see those before and after puberty things and get bothered because you still think you look pretty gross, remember that some pokemon have two evolutions and some have three

this is the most inspirational thing i’ve heard all week

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huffingtonpost:

Studies show that women apologize more than men, often for perfectly reasonable acts like, you know, taking up space. 

So watch this Pantene commercial here to inspire you to stop saying sorry for no reason. 

This is me 99.9% of the time. About a week ago, “Sorry!” popped out of my mouth when a guy bumped into me at the store, and my mother took me by the arm, looked me in the eye and said, “Stop apologizing. If anything, say ‘Excuse me,’ if needs must.”

It was a real eye-opener.

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fucknharry:

you did a great job surviving today. 

i’m proud of you. 

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phoenix-acid:

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scienceofsarcasm:

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So I think the author, Noah Berlatsky, is now officially the real life Larry.

OMG, how could they? I mean, cuz there are SO MANY shows that feature women, right? How rude of them to exclude men. Cuz it’s not like men dominate every corner of our media or anything >_>

"This may seem like a silly complaint. Men, after all, are amply represented in the media, in major and minor rolls, whether on Game of Thrones or Mad Men or Breaking Bad or The Wire."

WELL GUESS WHAT? IT IS A SILLY COMPLAINT.

"Why should OITNB, unique in being devoted to women, bother with more men? Because while media is full of men, real-life prisons are even more so. Men are incarcerated at more than 10 times the rate of women. In 2012, there were 109,000 women in prison. That’s a high number—but it’s dwarfed by a male prison population that in 2012 reached just over 1,462,000. In 2011, men made up about 93 percent of prisoners."

We so rarely get a show with a mostly female cast AND THEY HAD TO MAKE IT ABOUT THEM.
This is a show set in a WOMEN’S PRISON… Why would there even be male prisoners there?
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If you’re that desperate for male representation, go watch Oz and Prison Break.

"The one male prisoner we meet, then, is violent and abusive, with a sexual kink that is presented as laughable and repulsive. He deviant, dangerous, and the show seems to think that he is exactly where he belong—behind bars. Female prisoners on the show are treated very differently. They may be violent and may be queer, but they are, for the most part, presented as sympathetic. This seems like a feminist move, on the surface. But the inability to extend that sympathy to male inmates, raises a disturbing possibility: that the show is condescending to women while reinforcing old and destructive attitudes about men."
#NOTALLMEN

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tiny-vessels:

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getting-fit-staying-fab:

Always #likeagirl

WATCH THIS. WATCH IT NOW. IT’S SO GREAT.

I think it’s so important when they ask the little boy “do you think you insulted your sister?” and he says “No. I mean, yes I insulted girls. But not my sister.”
it fucking speaks volumes.

Okay, I cried.

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