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kitpryde:

g r i m m | [ listen ]
a tribute to the darker fairytales, where the ending is not always so happy
1. once upon a dream - lana del ray / 2. snow-white - xandria / 3. ice queen (acoustic) - within temptation / 4. howl (cover ) - maddy ann day / 5. l’il red riding hood (cover) - amanda seyfried / 6. watershed - vienna teng / 7. jabberwocky - omnia / 8. castle down - emilie autumn

kitpryde:

g r i m m [ listen ]

a tribute to the darker fairytales, where the ending is not always so happy

1. once upon a dream - lana del ray / 2. snow-white - xandria / 3. ice queen (acoustic) - within temptation / 4. howl (cover ) - maddy ann day / 5. l’il red riding hood (cover) - amanda seyfried / 6. watershed - vienna teng / 7. jabberwocky - omnia / 8. castle down - emilie autumn

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To paraphrase the great John Oliver, listen up, fellow self-pitying nerd boys—we are not the victims here. We are not the underdogs. We are not the ones who have our ownership over our bodies and our emotions stepped on constantly by other people’s entitlement. We’re not the ones where one out of six of us will have someone violently attempt to take control of our bodies in our lifetimes.

We are not Lewis from Revenge of the Nerds, we are not Steve Urkel from Family Matters, we are not Preston Myers from Can’t Hardly Wait, we are not Seth Rogen in every movie Seth Rogen has ever been in, we are not fucking Mario racing to the castle to beat Bowser because we know there’s a princess in there waiting for us.

We are not the lovable nerdy protagonist who’s lovable because he’s the protagonist. We’re not guaranteed to get laid by the hot chick of our dreams as long as we work hard enough at it. There isn’t a team of writers or a studio audience pulling for us to triumph by “getting the girl” in the end. And when our clever ruses and schemes to “get girls” fail, it’s not because the girls are too stupid or too bitchy or too shallow to play by those unwritten rules we’ve absorbed.

It’s because other people’s bodies and other people’s love are not something that can be taken nor even something that can be earned—they can be given freely, by choice, or not.

By Your Princess Is in Another Castle: Misogyny, Entitlement, and Nerds - The Daily Beast (via becauseiamawoman)

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icecooly94:

ibroketheuniverse:

sleepcastiel:

hazelshaw:

Celebrities doing the ALS ice bucket challenge

wow im really happy that all of these wealthy people would prefer doing this than donating money to a charity that will save lives

Okay, I’m a stop you right there. Yes, the basis of the challenge is dump water on your head or donate. But what this challenge is meant to do is RAISE AWARENESS. People who see this end up wondering and then learning what ALS is. And who better to spread the message than celebrities?

People who do the challenge are also still asked to make a donation, and to pass on the challenge. This is good. These celebrities are raising awareness, spreading the message, and probably still donating. But hey, they’re horrible people because they participated in this right? It would ‘ve been better if they wrote a check and never told anyone about it at all.

fun reminder that lady gaga also did this and then donated $10,000 to the foundation and i doubt she’s the only one to do that so pls chill

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birchbone:

queensassyofthefatties:

Lewis’s law is an observation she made in 2012 that states “the comments on any article about feminism justify feminism.” Lewis has written frequently about misogynist hate directed at women online.[8]

Can we just repeat that a few more times, 

“The comments on any article about feminism justify feminism.”

“The comments on any article about feminism justify feminism.”

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