I have the biggest crush on Russell Brand

queeraschinocherry:


southcarolinaboy:

boku-no-poltergeist:

can we stop referring to all sex that could possibly result in pregnancy as “heterosexual reproduction” now

Is this real
Is this really appearing before my eyes
can it be true
a cutesy cartoon about gender and sexuality that is not cissexist and degendering toward trans people (who get to wear clothes just like cis people)??????????
mind is blown.

!!!
queeraschinocherry:


southcarolinaboy:

boku-no-poltergeist:

can we stop referring to all sex that could possibly result in pregnancy as “heterosexual reproduction” now

Is this real
Is this really appearing before my eyes
can it be true
a cutesy cartoon about gender and sexuality that is not cissexist and degendering toward trans people (who get to wear clothes just like cis people)??????????
mind is blown.

!!!
queeraschinocherry:


southcarolinaboy:

boku-no-poltergeist:

can we stop referring to all sex that could possibly result in pregnancy as “heterosexual reproduction” now

Is this real
Is this really appearing before my eyes
can it be true
a cutesy cartoon about gender and sexuality that is not cissexist and degendering toward trans people (who get to wear clothes just like cis people)??????????
mind is blown.

!!!

queeraschinocherry:

southcarolinaboy:

boku-no-poltergeist:

can we stop referring to all sex that could possibly result in pregnancy as “heterosexual reproduction” now

Is this real

Is this really appearing before my eyes

can it be true

a cutesy cartoon about gender and sexuality that is not cissexist and degendering toward trans people (who get to wear clothes just like cis people)??????????

mind is blown.

!!!

(via queeringfeministreality)

monsieurpaprika:

vagisodium:

vintagegal:

House on Haunted Hill (1959)

tag your extreme horror please

WE WATCHED THIS IN HISTORY CLASS DURING MY SENIOR YEAR AND I THINK OUT OF ALL OF US MY TEACHER LAUGHED THE LOUDEST
monsieurpaprika:

vagisodium:

vintagegal:

House on Haunted Hill (1959)

tag your extreme horror please

WE WATCHED THIS IN HISTORY CLASS DURING MY SENIOR YEAR AND I THINK OUT OF ALL OF US MY TEACHER LAUGHED THE LOUDEST
monsieurpaprika:

vagisodium:

vintagegal:

House on Haunted Hill (1959)

tag your extreme horror please

WE WATCHED THIS IN HISTORY CLASS DURING MY SENIOR YEAR AND I THINK OUT OF ALL OF US MY TEACHER LAUGHED THE LOUDEST
monsieurpaprika:

vagisodium:

vintagegal:

House on Haunted Hill (1959)

tag your extreme horror please

WE WATCHED THIS IN HISTORY CLASS DURING MY SENIOR YEAR AND I THINK OUT OF ALL OF US MY TEACHER LAUGHED THE LOUDEST
monsieurpaprika:

vagisodium:

vintagegal:

House on Haunted Hill (1959)

tag your extreme horror please

WE WATCHED THIS IN HISTORY CLASS DURING MY SENIOR YEAR AND I THINK OUT OF ALL OF US MY TEACHER LAUGHED THE LOUDEST

monsieurpaprika:

vagisodium:

vintagegal:

House on Haunted Hill (1959)

tag your extreme horror please

WE WATCHED THIS IN HISTORY CLASS DURING MY SENIOR YEAR AND I THINK OUT OF ALL OF US MY TEACHER LAUGHED THE LOUDEST

(via stasiascrolls)

“None of which is to say that girliness can’t be a good time. Dressing up, playing with makeup, fashion – all of that is a lot of fun right up until it becomes compulsory, until you have to do it to prove you’re a real woman, a good employee, a person worthy of love and affection. The same goes for all of the bizarre rules that go along with being female in this society, the rules you have to engage with whether or not you choose to follow them: be pretty. Be nice. Be thin. Try to look as young and fragile as possible. Be sexy, but not overtly sexual. Don’t eat in public. Don’t eat at all. Your body is all wrong: shave it down, starve it smaller, take up less space, be less physical, be less.”
— Laurie Penny, The slippery slope of gender: why shaving and snacking are feminist issues
“Biomechanically we are individuals, clearly. On the most obvious frequency of our known sensorial reality we are independent anatomical units. So we must take care of ourselves. But with our individual survival ensured there is little satisfaction to be gained by enthroning and enshrining ourselves as individuals.”
— Russell Brand, We No Longer Have the Luxury of Tradition