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We raise our little boys to view their bodies as tools to master their environments. We raise our little girls to view their bodies as projects to constantly be improved.

The Sexy Lie: Caroline Heldman at TEDxYouth@SanDiego (via mortari)

As a woman/ former girl, I can attest to the sad truth in that. And that’s part of the reason why Stuff Mom Never Told You is so important to me. It’s may way to doing right by the younger girls and women out there: to educate myself alongside them about self-acceptance, confidence and agency through intellectual empowerment. /Cristen

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Understanding the differences in we how talk to children of each sex can help us begin to break down the walls of sexism. 

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Stabmonton: ENDLESS BUMMER

stabmonton:

Repost this and I will fucking love you forever:image

Hi Edmonton Tumblr-peeps,

I’m setting up a music festival called ENDLESS BUMMER, which is basically 70-something of the shittiest bands in all of Alberta playing in a bunch of Whyte Ave venues like Pawn Shop, Wunderbar, DV8, The Empress, The…

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shesdonejim:

what if i just started yelling “smile, you’re too pretty to be sad” to random tired looking middle aged men so they can see how weird and unnecessary it is

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illnakedparty:

Bitchy Mermaid by Paula Searing. Follow her on Tumblr.

this is my favorite. i made it my cover photo and printed it off to put on my wall. it reminds me of having sex with drunk boys.

illnakedparty:

Bitchy Mermaid by Paula Searing. Follow her on Tumblr.

this is my favorite. i made it my cover photo and printed it off to put on my wall. it reminds me of having sex with drunk boys.

You like someone who can’t like you back because unrequited love can be survived in a way that once-requited love cannot.

—Will Grayson, Will Grayson (via holabonita)

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Take sides. Neutrality helps the oppressor, never the victim. Silence encourages the tormentor, never the tormented.

— Elie Wiesel  (via ceedling)

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