"I’m simply saying that life, uh, uh, uh, uh, uh, uh, uh, uh, uhhh, uh, uh, uh, uh, uh, uh, uh, uh, uh, uh, uh, uh, uh, uh, uhhh, uh, uh, uh, uh, uh, uh, uh finds a way."
Men want what they want.
So much of our culture caters to giving men what they want. A high school student invites model Kate Upton to attend his prom, and he’s congratulated for his audacity. A male fan at a Beyoncé concert reaches up to the stage to slap her ass because her ass is there, her ass is magnificent, and he wants to feel it. The science fiction fandom community is once again having a heated discussion, across the Internet, about the ongoing problem of sexual harassment at conventions — countless women are telling all manner of stories about how, without their consent, they are groped, ogled, lured into hotel rooms under false pretenses, physically lifted off the ground, and more.
But men want what they want. We should all lighten up.
It’s hard not to feel humorless as a woman and a feminist, to recognize misogyny in so many forms, some great and some small, and know you’re not imagining things. It’s hard to be told to lighten up because if you lighten up any more, you’re going to float the fuck away. The problem is not that one of these things is happening, it’s that they are all happening, concurrently and constantly.
These are just songs. They are just jokes. They are just movies. It’s just a hug. They’re just breasts. Smile, you’re beautiful. Can’t a man pay you a compliment? In truth, this is all a symptom of a much more virulent cultural sickness — one where women exist to satisfy the whims of men, one where a woman’s worth is consistently diminished or entirely ignored."
It’s Blizzard time.
Dilly bars for everyone! No, seriously. I’m dying of excitement.
You guys don’t have a Dairy Queen?! Greatest city in the world my ass!
Until now we’ve had Carvel. There are similarities, and they have something like a Blizzard (the Carvelanche, which came in a Thin Mint flavor for a bit and was amazing). There are also many Baskin Robbins/Dunkin Donuts.
I’m so happy for y’all right now.
Another edition of Super Families by artist Andry Rajoelina.
"I still get very high and very low in life. Daily. But I’ve finally accepted the fact that sensitive is just how I was made, that I don’t have to hide it and I don’t have to fix it. I’m not broken."
definitely one of the best 7 seconds in television history
when does hibernation start because I am 100% participating in that