Selena Gomez is a beautiful star, she’s just so amazing.
I swear about the same in text and IRL. Should probably work on swearing less.
Something about this blog makes me free and loose with curse words compared to my ordinary spoken language and my typed communication elsewhere, so I always have to go back and edit the swearing out of my posts so I don’t look too uncouth b/c I feel like an average of 2 f bombs per post would be too many.
I get all the old white dude atheists confused because they’re all repulsive and use their fame to spout misogyny and islamophobia whilst patting themselves on the back for being so progressive.
The only things I have an issue with people reblogging are
- posts which deal with/allude to my personal experiences with assault or gendered harassment
- posts which deal with/allude to my personal experiences with more general harassment
- posts about my family.
- really personal posts, like if I’m talking about overcoming mental illness or whatever, that’s not really for you. It’s a post firmly about my personal circumstances.
- Posts that say ‘don’t reblog’ on the post/in the tags, although generally this will be on posts about one of the above 4 things.
If I’m talking about assault or general harassment or overcoming things more generally as a phenomenon, or I only mention myself as an example to prove a broader point, or if I am talking about myself, but it’s in a way that is clearly addressing others (rather than just stating something about myself), I am ok with them being reblogged.
Nah but it really bothers me, because reading about heroic women makes me feel like I should take pride in strength, but it irks me because they’re always tiny and narrow girls, and even though I’m not fat, I’m relatively chubby and broad and geez it would be great to have a hero like that, instead of hating my hips and shoulders and hands etc.
Not every single woman born in a dystopian society is gonna have tiny hips and a narrow frame. Genetics don’t work like that.
Tbh I would like a hero girl/woman who isn’t described as being narrow/tiny/wiry like geez, taking pride in strength is one great thing, but why can that strength and ability never exist in a girl who’s got broad shoulders, or hips, or something? Why can’t books ever talk about how her thigh muscles stand out? Why are sporty hero protagonists always described as being super thin and tiny?
I can now listen to sad songs without feeling devastated, and I can think about things which previously pushed me into a days-long slump, without that happening.
if you’re a non sex worker and have the words whore or prostitute in your URL, change your fucking URL
and non sex workers who don’t
- please reblog this cos these are slurs that non sex workers should not touch
- please tell your friends, and i know you have them i see who you reblog from, to change their fucking urls