If only he had kept driving away…
At this point people need to stop bitching about Legend of Korra because it should be apparent to all of you after 3 entire seasons that the creators have always hated her as a protag and honestly everything about the show.
I was in college and had gotten myself a new apartment. I was trying very hard just to make it through and get my degree and it isn’t easy when you are born below the poverty line, on your own, and you find out financial aid isn’t worth a lot.
I met a guy who seemed so nice and caring. We had…
I cannot believe Curvy Kate’s audacity to outright steal the work of a high school student for some insipid marketing message.
Shame on you, Curvy Kate. Shame on you.
Original image via: Rosea Posey
SIGNAL BOOST RIP THEM A NEW ONE TUMBLR!
IT’S NOT EVEN A THING YOU SHOULD MARKET
NOT ONLY DID YOU STEAL THE GIRL’S WORK
YOU FUCKING HAD NO IDEA WHAT SHE WAS TRYING TO SAY
THEY COMPLETELY RUINED HER MESSAGE AND TURNED IT UPSIDE DOWN. WHAT THE FUCK. WHAT THE ACTUAL FUCK I’M SO FUCKING MAD
Wow, fuck you Curvy Kate
Glad i never supported them.
Semillas de Resistencia …
Uhm this is some transmisogynistic bullshit why is it here
Um this is wrong on so many levels.
1. Women are told from birth that their genitals are gross and wrong and disgusting.
2. There is a whole market aimed at women to make their vulvas/vaginas more “acceptable”. From douches to plastic surgery to make your vagina “tighter”. It’s everywhere.
3. Being proud of one’s vagina is saying Fuck You to all of the bullshit misogyny that the world throws at women for having vaginas.
Men get to literally worship their penis and no one says anything, but the moment that women want to be proud of her vagina?
Oh no, that’s transmisogyny.
My husband and I both have doctoral degrees; he earned one degree and I earned two. But written correspondence from friends, family, and community organizations is almost invariably addressed to “Dr. and Mrs.”
Kate Lowe,The Lives of African Slaves and People of African Descent in Renaissance Europe. from Revealing the African Presence in Renaissance Europe (p. 14), edited by Joaneath Spicer
one more time:
Although African—especially black African—attendants and bystanders in European depictions (except in some parts of Northern Europe) are usually assumed to be slaves, in most cases legal status is not apparent and cannot be discerned from an image.