myplaceinthefamilyofthings Remember when you told me about this?!
WHAT A LITTLE SHIT
i lOVE HOW HE JUST HESITATES FOR A SECOND
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I’ve never yet been able to resist reblogging this
To combat the strict stereotypes that Disney princes and princesses represent, some geniuses at Imgur have started swapping the genders of Disney characters. Genderbent Disney shows that Disney clearly gets a little lazy when it comes to reusing their character molds, making it surprisingly easy to look more feminine. To make a male character look more classically feminine, for example, all you need to do is round the chin, soften the jaw and make the nose a little slimmer.
But with the simplicity of these alterations — a few millimeters of nose, a different hairstyle — Disney accidentally makes a meaningful point about the fluidity of gender expression.
Promoting men’s body positivity. We all don’t have chiseled abs.
I appreciate this post. For many reasons.
been waiting for a post like this!
It’s not only ladies that are sexy in all shapes and sizes. Men have feelings too. Men aren’t less manly because they don’t have an eighpack. Men aren’t less lovely because they don’t look like they could bench your whole family. Not all men share the same body ideals.
Men that go to the gym aren’t vain. Men that go to the gym aren’t knuckleheads. Men that go to the gym aren’t insecure. Men that have problems with eating aren’t pussies.
They’re fucking human and deserve as much positivity and respect and love as anyone else.
Also, I think all of them are damn cute.
Happy International Women’s Day!
To celebrate, here are the first two parts of an “Introduction to Feminism” piece I’ve been working on. Special thanks to tumblr users cayenaleva, cyber-heroine, and ununnilium for all of their input.
Happy Tara Day!
Interesting that today is also International Women’s Day - how appropriate that it should be on the day dedicated to the woman who stood up to some rather sexist monks during her human life and took rebirth as a female Buddha!
I’m sure by now most people have heard about the missing MH370 Boeing 777-200 ER. As a crew member myself I find this story to be very upsetting and the fact that I’m operating a 200 tonight is very distressing. I’ve read many reports this morning and have seen the way people are already assuming the worst. In times like these where faith is shaken and the next hours are uncertain please remember that we crew are trained for *every* possible situation onboard.
My dearest hope is that the plane has ditched somewhere in the ocean, the crew have evacuated, the ELT has been activated, and are patiently waiting to be found. Crew know what our jobs and responsibilities are. We are trained to know what to do for planned and unplanned emergencies, we go through months of arduous training to become qualified to operate these aircraft. This is our job and we live, breath, sleep aircraft safety. We know what to do when things go wrong so please pray that the crew were given the chance to put their emergency training to work.
Please pray for the safe recovery of the crew and pax of this flight. As I carry out my safety and security search tonight onboard my own aircraft tonight my heart and my mind will be full of the thought of my colleagues onboard the missing plane. I know that no matter the outcome of this event they have done their absolute best and I am proud to share the airspace of this Earth with them.
I know this may seem difficult to ask but please also refrain from speculation. I understand that people want to do something to visually show that they are thinking about this event but please think about what you are posting before you click submit. People are already upset by the news without having to add visuals to the situation especially on social media.
I know that they have ditched and have evacuated the aircraft. They are sitting in their life rafts with life jackets on waiting patiently to be found. They have done their duties and it’s our turn to bring them home. Just keep positive thoughts in your mind, and for the safe recovery of our colleagues and their passengers onboard.