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I have to get a blood test today which I am completely terrified about, so Adrian is going with me and then taking me to Macdonalds afterwards. He’s the best. Insane phobia of needles, not so much.

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Surely it’s far too snowy for college?

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Gis a follow, I have no mates.

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Finally a new icon, oh the effort.

Finally a new icon, oh the effort.

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me now, and ordering a chinese.
Gluttony.

me now, and ordering a chinese.

Gluttony.

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Adrian and I went out to dinner in Luigi Malones last night and got an insane amount of food alongside gigantic beers. Unreal.

Adrian and I went out to dinner in Luigi Malones last night and got an insane amount of food alongside gigantic beers. Unreal.

‎”Boys are told from a young age that whatever they do will be excused under the “boys will be boys” mantra, and that “boys will be boys” mentality leads to what I call the “BOILING FROG” problem of women’s sexual boundaries. I call it that because if you put a frog into a pot of boiling water, it will jump right out, but if you put a frog into a pot of room-temperature water and slowly heat it to a boil, the frog will acclimate as it heats and never jump out, eventually boiling to death. Similarly, when we learn as young girls to tolerate “low-level” boundary violations like the ones we often are forced to suffer in silence at school, at home and on the street – bra-snapping, boob-grabbing, ass pinching, catcalling, dick flashing “all in good fun” relentless violations that adults and authorities routinely ignore – it makes it harder for us to notice when even greater boundaries are being violated, eventually leading to the reality that many women who are raped just freeze and fall silent, because that’s what they’ve been taught to do over and over since day one. You tell me what’s more infantilizing: repeatedly letting boys (and grown men) off the hook for their behavior because “boys will be boys” and we can’t ever expect any differently, or creating a consent standard in which all partners take active responsibility for their partner’s safety, and which acknowledges the truly diseased sexual culture we’re soaking in every day.”
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