Thoughts, Stories and Coffee-Related Tales
jamie-lee-coortis:

Vicky Form is a Mexican lingerie company that has recently released a campaign called ”New commandments for women.”They read,1. I shall never call another woman a whore.2. No one can convince me from not wearing a condom.3. I shall never get pregnant just to keep a man by my side.4. No one can judge me based on the number of people I’ve slept with.5. Is my responsibility to fight for my own (woman) rights.6. I will not tolerate any kind of violence towards myself.7. I will not fear or be ashamed if I find myself attracted to woman.8. It is my decision if i want to get married or not. (and don’t deserve to be judged for it.)
I find this campaign to be a ‘big deal’ for the fact that is released in Mexico. One of the most sexists, closed minded and underdeveloped countries in the world.
Not so many companies take the risk to make advertisements like this because they’re obviously going to be criticized and possibly be affected by it.Someone is taking the risk, telling the truth, and trying to get to the minds of the people. Sharing the fact that we are all human, and have to be equally treated like it, leading to a better and more developed society.Its a big step for Mexico, and for women.

jamie-lee-coortis:

Vicky Form is a Mexican lingerie company that has recently released a campaign called ”New commandments for women.”
They read,

1. I shall never call another woman a whore.
2. No one can convince me from not wearing a condom.
3. I shall never get pregnant just to keep a man by my side.
4. No one can judge me based on the number of people I’ve slept with.
5. Is my responsibility to fight for my own (woman) rights.
6. I will not tolerate any kind of violence towards myself.
7. I will not fear or be ashamed if I find myself attracted to woman.
8. It is my decision if i want to get married or not. (and don’t deserve to be judged for it.)

I find this campaign to be a ‘big deal’ for the fact that is released in Mexico. One of the most sexists, closed minded and underdeveloped countries in the world.

Not so many companies take the risk to make advertisements like this because they’re obviously going to be criticized and possibly be affected by it.

Someone is taking the risk, telling the truth, and trying to get to the minds of the people. Sharing the fact that we are all human, and have to be equally treated like it, leading to a better and more developed society.
Its a big step for Mexico, and for women.

durnesque:

disneyforprincesses:

macabrephantasm:

disneyforprincesses:

Princesses are butt-kickingly great. Punch the Moon!
kdfjaskldfjas; this is so perfect THANK YOU!

Love the concept, but Mulan’s not a princess m’kay?

but she is ✿◕‿◕✿

Happy Women’s Day!

durnesque:

disneyforprincesses:

macabrephantasm:

disneyforprincesses:

Princesses are butt-kickingly great. Punch the Moon!

kdfjaskldfjas; this is so perfect THANK YOU!

Love the concept, but Mulan’s not a princess m’kay?

but she is ✿◕‿◕✿

Happy Women’s Day!

ericamae11:

teashoesandhair:

dirkstriderbitch:

schweigie:

hiddenjumprope:


In an old house in Paris, all covered with vines, lived twelve little girls in two straight lines.

Things I never noticed till now: Madeline is brushing her teeth side to side.

madeline was a little rebel 

Madeline was a bad bitch

Madeline didn’t choose the thug life. The thug life chose Madeline.

I LOVED MADELINE

ericamae11:

teashoesandhair:

dirkstriderbitch:

schweigie:

hiddenjumprope:

In an old house in Paris, all covered with vines, lived twelve little girls in two straight lines.

Things I never noticed till now: Madeline is brushing her teeth side to side.

madeline was a little rebel 

Madeline was a bad bitch

Madeline didn’t choose the thug life. The thug life chose Madeline.

I LOVED MADELINE

In pop culture, girls who crush hopelessly on guys they can’t have are painted as just that – hopeless. Over and over again, we’re taught that girls who openly express sexual or romantic interest in guys who don’t want them are pitiable, stalkerish, desperate, crazy bitches. More often than not, they’re also portrayed as ugly – whether physically, emotionally or both – in order to further establish their undesirability as an objective fact. Both narratively and, as a consequence, in real life, men are given free reign to snub, abuse, mislead and talk down to such women: we’re raised to believe that female desire is unseemly, so that any consequent shaming is therefore deserved. There is no female-equivalent Friend Zone terminology because, in the language of our culture, a man’s romantic choices are considered sacrosanct and inviolable. If a girl has been told no, then she has only herself to blame for anything that happens next – but if a woman says no, then she must not really mean it. Or, if she does, she shouldn’t: the rejected man is a universally sympathetic figure, and everyone from moviegoers to platonic onlookers will scream at her to just give him a chance, as though her rejection must always be unfounded rather than based on the fact that he had a chance, and blew it. And even then, give him another one! The pathos of Single Nice Guys can only be eased by pity-sex with unwilling women that blossoms into romance!
Lamenting the Friendzone, or: The Nice Guy Approach to Perpetuating Sexist Bullshit (via bettyrizz)
Wake up every morning and tell yourself that you’re a badass bitch from hell and that no one can fuck with you and then don’t let anybody fuck with you.
Kate Nash’s advice to college students (via ohheygrace)

Oxford University students on why we need feminism

I had a dream last night that Rupert Grint was in a park, singing Call Me Maybe while I recorded it on my phone. He then promised he would remember me, if we were to ever meet again. Then he hugged me. It was the best dream ever.