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  • Shailene Woodley: No because I love men, and I think the idea of ‘raise women to power, take the men away from the power’ is never going to work out because you need balance.
  • Lady Gaga: I’m not a feminist. I hail men, I love men, I celebrate American male culture -- beer, bars, and muscle cars.
  • Bjork: [I don't identify as a feminist] because I think it would isolate me. I think it’s important to do positive stuff. It’s more important to be asking than complaining.
  • Katy Perry: I used to not really understand what that word meant but now that I do, it just means that I love myself as a female and I also love men. I am woman… Hear me roar!
  • Kelly Clarkson: No, I wouldn't say feminist — that's too strong. I think when people hear feminist, it's like, 'Get out of my way, I don't need anyone.'
  • Carrie Underwood: I wouldn’t go so far as to say I am a feminist, that can come off as a negative connotation. But I am a strong female.
  • Taylor Swift: As a teenager, I didn’t understand that saying you’re a feminist is just saying that you hope women and men will have equal rights and equal opportunities. What it seemed to me, the way it was phrased in culture, society, was that you hate men. And now, I think a lot of girls have had a feminist awakening because they understand what the word means. For so long it’s been made to seem like something where you’d picket against the opposite sex, whereas it’s not about that at all.
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my dad asked me if my curling iron was a sex toy

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thepizzakitty:

i hate pants that make it look like i have a boner when i sit but then i remember im a girl but i still worry that somebody will think i have a boner

SOMEONE UNDERSTANDS

Do… Girls really worry about this?

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Amazing

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Amazing

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posts that are only funny because of the fucked up comments part 1 (part 2)

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  • Question: But you're against gay marriage...how is that not homophobic? - Anonymous
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    culturistjack:

    bigotryandcupsoftea:

    culturistjack:

    bigotryandcupsoftea:

    culturistjack:

    bigotryandcupsoftea:

    culturistjack:

    bigotryandcupsoftea:

    culturistjack:

    bigotryandcupsoftea:

    culturistjack:

    How is that homophobic? Most of my gay friends are also against gay marriage.

    I’m in favour of civil partnerships. I recognise that gay marriage is just a tool for putting gay so-called ‘rights’ above the rights of Christians. In Britain, marriage is a Christian institution and it should be down to Christian authorities and regular worshippers to decide if this institution should be redefined. 

    Civil partnerships provide gay couples with all the necessary legal rights. It is not homophobic in any way, shape or form to support gay couples having the same legal rights as straight couples.

    Christians don’t have a monopoly on the definition of marriage though.

    There are several religions which will happily marry two people of the same sex, Prior the Same Sex Marriage Act, those marriages were nothing more than two people saying some words at each other. All the Act really did was recognise those marriages.

    And of course it’s worth noting that the Church of England still isn’t allowed to perform same-sex marriages.

    We’re talking about Britain.

    In Britain it is a Christian institution. So yes, they do ‘have the monopoly on the definition of marriage’ here.

    So whatever the state says is the right way to do things is the way they should be done? Surely it’s more libertarian and better for individuals if they choose their own definition of marriage and have the state recognise it rather than have to fit around whatever the state sanctioned definition of marriage is.

    Well the state actually suggests otherwise, given gay marriage is now legal in the UK. So no, whatever the state says is most certainly not right.

    It should be down to the Christians of Britain to decide. It is their institution.

    Right, but I was talking about a hypothetical world where gay marriage is not recognised as you favour.

    But the Church of England is still not allowed to perform same-sex marriages until it decides inside of itself that it wishes to do so. So it is up to Christians to decide whether or not they want it before it is performed.

    Even if the state did agree with me it wouldn’t matter. They still legalised it.

    It doesn’t matter if CofE churches perform it or not. The fact is, the institution’s definition has been changed without consent of Christian groups. The government has taken a Christian institution and changed it to suit their ideological position.  

    Would you be okay with gay marriage being legalised in a strictly secular state such as France or the United States then?

    That has nothing to do with me. I am a British citizen. 

    I know you are. But say you moved to America to hang with CommunismKills or something like that. Would you be less against gay marriage being recognised there? I’m sure I’ve seen you comment on the politics and policies of other countries on your blog before.

    Again, it’s a religious institution and should be down to the religious to decide, not the state.

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dekutree:

easy
Pokemon Red
Pokemon Blue
Pokemon Gold
Pokemon Silver
Pokemon Bronze
Pokemon Red Fire
Pokemon Grass Green
Pokemon Ruby Tuesday
Pokemon Safe Fire
Pokemon A B C
Pokemon X Y Z
Pokemon Now I know my A B C’s
Pokemon Dungeon Dice Monsters
Pokemon The Last Airbender
Pokemon of the Galaxy
Pokemon Horror Story: Asylum
Pokemon Horror Story: Coven
Pokemon Horror Story: ….Coven 2
Pokemon Ping Pong
Pokemon Party 
Pokemon Party 8
PokeKart: Double Dash
Pokemon Crunch Wrap Supreme 
Pokemon Cross Dress
Pokemon Fingerblast
Pokemon Facebook Edition
Pokemon Who?
Castlevania 2: Simon’s Quest

LEAFGREEN not Grass Green

yes thank you. THAT’S the one game i needed to be corrected on.

dekutree:

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dekutree:

easy

  1. Pokemon Red
  2. Pokemon Blue
  3. Pokemon Gold
  4. Pokemon Silver
  5. Pokemon Bronze
  6. Pokemon Red Fire
  7. Pokemon Grass Green
  8. Pokemon Ruby Tuesday
  9. Pokemon Safe Fire
  10. Pokemon A B C
  11. Pokemon X Y Z
  12. Pokemon Now I know my A B C’s
  13. Pokemon Dungeon Dice Monsters
  14. Pokemon The Last Airbender
  15. Pokemon of the Galaxy
  16. Pokemon Horror Story: Asylum
  17. Pokemon Horror Story: Coven
  18. Pokemon Horror Story: ….Coven 2
  19. Pokemon Ping Pong
  20. Pokemon Party 
  21. Pokemon Party 8
  22. PokeKart: Double Dash
  23. Pokemon Crunch Wrap Supreme 
  24. Pokemon Cross Dress
  25. Pokemon Fingerblast
  26. Pokemon Facebook Edition
  27. Pokemon Who?
  28. Castlevania 2: Simon’s Quest

LEAFGREEN not Grass Green

yes thank you. THAT’S the one game i needed to be corrected on.

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Rough sketch of Capaldi as the new Doctor.No ref used. ^_^(can’t wait next episode!)
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themeedes:

Rough sketch of Capaldi as the new Doctor.
No ref used. ^_^
(can’t wait next episode!)

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Alan Menken

the man behind the music of some of our favorite movies

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