Aug
22
2014

Reblogged from onlylolgifs :

chemicall-timelowmance:

quiet-dominant:

submissivefeminist:

wearethefracturedskies:

okay
today i wore a v-neck to school, something that is totally normal for 99% of the girls there, one of the girls in my french class was wearing one similar to mine in fact.
but my french teacher came up to me and told me that i was out of dress code and that i was asking for something to happen to me.
and all day long i had to slap guys who found it perfectly okay to grab them.
im a 32DDD, 5’1, and 115 pounds. due to this im known around the school as the walking boobs, the girl who grew in other places, and BITS. I constantly get called a whore and a tease. 
Girls are always accusing their boyfriends of sleeping with me.
and there have been times when i have had to tell teachers that my eyes are up here.
i grew boobs in the eighth grade, i was a DD then, and i cant tell you how many fights i got into with guys who thought it was alright to stick their faces in them. 
the point of all of this is that its bullshit. 
i should be able to wear a v neck to school without worrying about who is going to grab my boobs next, or who is going to throw a gum wrapper in them, or what girls are going to say next.

Fuck that shit! I would report any teacher that needs to be reminded not to stare at your chest. That is not okay in any sense.
Also, I’d say screw slut-shaming, but this isn’t even a matter of dressing how one wants, but a matter of a woman’s natural state being the reason that men think it’s okay to sexual harass or assault her.
Large breasts are not an invitation.
Large breasts are not an invitation.
LARGE BREASTS ARE NOT AN INVITATION.
Are we clear?
xx SF

Reblog and Amplify.

I had to reblog this because she’s not even showing that much cleavage. But she’s totally right. Large breasts are NOT AN INVITATION.

chemicall-timelowmance:

quiet-dominant:

submissivefeminist:

wearethefracturedskies:

okay

today i wore a v-neck to school, something that is totally normal for 99% of the girls there, one of the girls in my french class was wearing one similar to mine in fact.

but my french teacher came up to me and told me that i was out of dress code and that i was asking for something to happen to me.

and all day long i had to slap guys who found it perfectly okay to grab them.

im a 32DDD, 5’1, and 115 pounds. due to this im known around the school as the walking boobs, the girl who grew in other places, and BITS. I constantly get called a whore and a tease. 

Girls are always accusing their boyfriends of sleeping with me.

and there have been times when i have had to tell teachers that my eyes are up here.

i grew boobs in the eighth grade, i was a DD then, and i cant tell you how many fights i got into with guys who thought it was alright to stick their faces in them. 

the point of all of this is that its bullshit. 

i should be able to wear a v neck to school without worrying about who is going to grab my boobs next, or who is going to throw a gum wrapper in them, or what girls are going to say next.

Fuck that shit! I would report any teacher that needs to be reminded not to stare at your chest. That is not okay in any sense.

Also, I’d say screw slut-shaming, but this isn’t even a matter of dressing how one wants, but a matter of a woman’s natural state being the reason that men think it’s okay to sexual harass or assault her.

  • Large breasts are not an invitation.
  • Large breasts are not an invitation.
  • LARGE BREASTS ARE NOT AN INVITATION.

Are we clear?

xx SF

Reblog and Amplify.

I had to reblog this because she’s not even showing that much cleavage. But she’s totally right. Large breasts are NOT AN INVITATION.

(Source: maybejustalittleemo)

Aug
20
2014
Aug
17
2014
Aug
16
2014

Reblogged from gilajames :

serenadestrong:

rvsa:

I JUST WATCHED ALL OF GUNDAM WING IN 2 DAYS IM GONNA

my first fandom

Aug
15
2014
Aug
13
2014

Reblogged from omgthatdress :

omgthatdress:

Dress
Mary Quant, 1966-1967
The Metropolitan Museum of Art

omgthatdress:

Dress

Mary Quant, 1966-1967

The Metropolitan Museum of Art

Aug
13
2014
Aug
11
2014

Someone please tell me what the fuck I’m doing in a club at 4 am in the morning. I never did this shit at home.

Aug
11
2014

Reblogged from chaoticallyclev :

azalee-calypso:

slutformisha:

un-feuilly-de-papier:

un-feuilly-de-papier:

What do french people call a really bad thursday?

a trajeudi

update: if you tell this joke to someone living in france they will refuse to look at you

I can confirm this

Aug
11
2014
Aug
9
2014

Reblogged from statedept :

"The United States cannot and should not intervene every time there’s a crisis in the world. But when there’s a situation like the one on this mountain—when countless innocent people are facing a massacre, and when we have the ability to help prevent it—the United States can’t just look away. That’s not who we are. We’re Americans. We act. We lead."

President Barack Obama on the situation in Iraq, August 9, 2014 (via statedept)

Aug
9
2014

Reblogged from diyhoard :

diyhoard:

Zucchini Chips
Preheat oven to 260 degrees Fahrenheit. Prepare 2 large baking sheets by lining with parchment paper.
Place sliced zucchini in a single layer on top of a layer of paper towels. Place another layer of paper towels on top of zucchini and press down hard to draw out moisture. This will allow the zucchini to bake quicker.
In a large bowl, toss zucchini with olive oil, and 1 teaspoon of spice blend. Store the remainder for future batches.
Place zucchini on prepared baking sheets in a single layer.
Bake for 1 hour, flip slices once and return to the oven.
Bake for another 30 minutes then check on the state of the chips. Remove any that look done; they should be browned and crisp. For the remaining chips, bake in 10 minute increments, watching carefully not to burn them.
Remove from oven, spread on a paper towel to cool, and sprinkle additional seasoning if necessary.
Recipe is from No Gojis No Glory

diyhoard:

Zucchini Chips

  1. Preheat oven to 260 degrees Fahrenheit. Prepare 2 large baking sheets by lining with parchment paper.
  2. Place sliced zucchini in a single layer on top of a layer of paper towels. Place another layer of paper towels on top of zucchini and press down hard to draw out moisture. This will allow the zucchini to bake quicker.
  3. In a large bowl, toss zucchini with olive oil, and 1 teaspoon of spice blend. Store the remainder for future batches.
  4. Place zucchini on prepared baking sheets in a single layer.
  5. Bake for 1 hour, flip slices once and return to the oven.
  6. Bake for another 30 minutes then check on the state of the chips. Remove any that look done; they should be browned and crisp. For the remaining chips, bake in 10 minute increments, watching carefully not to burn them.
  7. Remove from oven, spread on a paper towel to cool, and sprinkle additional seasoning if necessary.

Recipe is from No Gojis No Glory

Aug
8
2014

Reblogged from forochel :

i can’t wait to not have kids and spend all my money on myself

(Source: saddeer)

Aug
8
2014

Reblogged from newyorker :

newyorker:

The Daily Cartoon by Farley Katz: http://nyr.kr/1slhh6R

newyorker:

The Daily Cartoon by Farley Katz: http://nyr.kr/1slhh6R

Aug
8
2014

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