Please someone make more of these yes

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Omfg today at school I was talking to my gay friend and some random kid walked by and called me a fag hag and I didn’t know what to do so I just went up to the kid and hugged him and I was like “it’s okay, once you come out you will discover your true self” and then he hugged me back and started crying and he said “it’s just so hard to feel accepted” and I just

the queer whisperer

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This is fucked upThis fucked me up

what the…how the fuck? what the fuck?

It’s actually just Photoshopped. The gif isn’t the full video, the rest is where the Photoshop appears. Look up “Emma Watson Unmasks”



This is fucked up
This fucked me up

what the…how the fuck? what the fuck?

It’s actually just Photoshopped. The gif isn’t the full video, the rest is where the Photoshop appears. Look up “Emma Watson Unmasks”

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If I punch myself and it hurts, am I too weak or too strong?

Holy fuck this messed me up

Your fist is strong, yet the area you’ve punched (probably face, stomach, arm) responded in a normal reaction, pain. So, you are strong.

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"To Pisces, sex is an opportunity to make the partner pleased and happy, sort of like baking a birthday cake - and making sure it has all the ingredients the partner prefers."


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did i just receive a notification from myself

did i just receive a notification from myself

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Gender stereotypes are limiting our sons and our daughters

Patriarchal notions of manhood don’t just harm women, they hurt men. Toxic definitions of masculinity lead to well-documented problems like high rates of gun violence, suicide and sexual violence. That’s why organizations like the Representation Project are committed to advancing the discussion about how gender limits the freedoms of both women and men. They recognize that society’s gender ideals aren’t only damaging for women; they’re universally harmful.

Their latest video examines how stereotypes constrain all people from the moment they are born.

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"My father had taught me to be nice first, because you can always be mean later, but once you’ve been mean to someone, they won’t believe the nice anymore. So be nice, be nice, until it’s time to stop being nice, then destroy them."

Laurell K. Hamilton  (via kikosen)

love this so much

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I just released a novel! It’s called Cleopatra’s Empresses. This is very different than what I would really write about. This is from women’s, feminist’s, and Egyptians’ perspectives! It’s quite cultural and politics related, yet full of emotions and sensation.

A lesbian couple, Jane and Dana, decide to travel to Cairo, Egypt with their friend Mona, who visits her parents every vacation. Jane comes up with the idea because of fulfilling her life long dream, which is to be like her uncle, who works as a pharmacist in Kenya. She wanted to be as humble as he is, and sell products in poor places in the Middle East; if the project works, she’ll sell products worldwide. Jane also wanted to study Egyptian culture, and when she starts to figure out how Egypt is, she decides to start a feminist movement.

On their flight to Cairo, Jane picks a fight with an Egyptian man who proves her wrong about his culture, during their argument, a Somali woman covers her child’s ear when Jane cusses the Egyptian man, but uncovers them when the Egyptian man defends himself. She realizes her huge mistake, and apologizes, asking them what she can do to make it up to them, the Somali woman only wanted Jane to tell her son about the good in Egypt - And she does.

When they finally arrive, they move in with Mona’s parents, which turns out very awkward, but has its own funny moments. A while later, Mona’s mother discovers that the girls are a lesbian couple, she kicks them out, without any of their belongings, Jane decides to protest naked, but it turns horrible for her and her girlfriend, where Jane is forced to watch Dana get raped in public while no one helps her out but a couple of women so they can escape.

Mona finds the girls, and picks them up, they pack their things and go back to America. During their flight, Jane gets into another fight with a half Egyptian, Muslim woman, and she head locks an air hostess. The more violent Jane got the more Dana despised her, so she breaks up with her. After a while, Jane gets a call offering her 9 thousand dollars just to lie on Good Morning America about her experience - Dehumanizing the entire Arab culture. As she lies, she plays a strong Christian woman who “finds” Jesus and gets a boyfriend - Who is actually her ex boyfriend who used to abuse her 5 years before college.

In order to let everything become believable, Jane is forced to go out on a date with Johnny, her abusive ex boyfriend, but it’s a fake date, they go into a restaurant but she keeps getting looks after her terrible episode on GMA, so she asks him to go somewhere else - He chooses a bar, she meets his actual girlfriend, who is a prostitute. She doesn’t handle her position and runs away, but Johnny catches her, shoots her, and takes her money and all other personal information and belongings.

Dana decides to call to check up on Jane but Johnny responds, letting Dana know how Jane died, so she gets angry, and decides to do her own protest, the protest becomes a success, calling it a second Slut Walk after the actual slut walk from 2011, it goes viral, and millions of women around the world join the slut walk. This becomes even more viral, the UN, and women’s rights respond - So in every country, the constitution stops laws that dehumanize women, and start laws for beheading or torturing rapists. Dana takes Jane’s dream and turns it into reality, she starts helping the poor, and through a timeline of a decade, Jane’s dream becomes true, and sexual abuse rates insanely drop.

I even chose a Soundtrack for the Novel, which is Yayo by Lana Del Rey

Help me by downloading my novel, rating, and reviewing it! You can review it wherever you want, just reblog this and write your review and criticism. Thank you very much for taking time to read about this. I’m a new book author, I’ve been a poet for four years. Hope you guys like my work.

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We are all Josh Hutcherson

The HunTer Games and Catching fireS tho

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