- Hufflepuff. HUFF le PUFF.
- They’re mostly considered nice and peaceful.
- They live right by the kitchen.
- Their head of house teaches herbology.
- “Badger” is exactly the kind of animal a stoner would come up with.
- Slytherins obviously do cocaine.
THIS TAG OMG.
This is how Imagine Dragons imagines dragons. (x)
#why do they all look like au versions of macklemore
talking to very republican teenagers is so surreal
It must be strange for you to see teenagers who don’t blindly follow their liberal parents, or their liberal teachers, or the liberal media, or liberal celebrities, or liberal musicians, or liberals on the internet.
It really DOES do what Nintendon’t.
Science side of tumblr, I demand an explanation
Simple. What you see there is not wine, but blood. The four sacred glass mages are merely raising it up with their magic to present it to the Dark Lord in a feeble attempt to keep him from decimating their homeland
Thanks science side *tosses a biscuit*WHAT
“Oh—you wouldn’t date a girl who’s ever been a stripper? In that case, I wouldn’t date a guy who’s ever been to a strip club. Oh—you wouldn’t date a girl who’s ever done porn? In that case, I wouldn’t date a guy who’s ever watched porn. You’re the reason we exist. You’re the demand to our supply. If you disdain sex workers, don’t you dare consume our labor. As they say in the industry, “People jack off with the left hand and point with the right.””
No I fucking LOVE this.
Men want to consume sexual product made by women but demean the women who make it. Men see women as sexual commodities but get angry about women being aware of it and trying to use it. Men make women’s worth hinge on our sexual attractiveness to them, but call us superficial if we try to make ourselves attractive with clothes or make up. Men construct sex with women into this big important entitlement in their lives, and then blame us for the emotional “pain” they feel when we say no.
You know what’s really wrong and sad?
While it is perfectly acceptable and even normal for women to wear typical “men’s clothes”, it is decidedly not accepted or normal and often used as a joke when men wear typical “women’s clothes”.
Where are the manly men in short skirts and frilly dresses?!
I think it’s because, as sad as it is, it’s seen as "effeminate" and "emasculating", whereas women wearing men’s clothing is seen as liberating and feminist (which it rightly is because women should be allowed to wear whatever the hell they want without being judged), but for a man to wear women’s clothing, he’s viewed as a "cross-dresser" or "depraved" rather than maybe he just likes the way it looks on him. I think decades of gender roles in fashion and clothing is also likely to blame. Women wear the nice dresses and stay at home while men wear fancy suits and go to work at the office. It’s completely unfair because the more one gender’s fashion choices are questioned, the more the rest are too. Apparently it’s just too much to ask that people be allowed to wear what they want and move on with life.
But people like Eddie Izzard do really well to help put it in perspective for everyone else.
Maybe one day we can all wear whatever we want without having to worry about asshats judging everyone. One day….
There have been a lot of articles discussing this, but it generally boils down to the fact that women (and typically feminine behavior, clothing, etc.) are seen as “lesser than” in a lot of ways, so trying to dress “like a woman” is seen as a step down for a man, whereas trying to dress “like a man” is seen as a step up for a woman.That’s not to say that women who dress in “typical men clothing” never get flak, but it’s usually because they seem more threatening to the inherent male privilege that most men have. It’s a shitty system based in stereotypes, bigotry and historical oppression.
Really, there should be no divide in what gendered (or non-gendered) people choose to cover themselves in, but until that beautiful day, we’ll just have to keep pushing at the ridiculous boundaries that society has set for all of us. And maybe petition for some ungendered clothing lines.
That’s uncomfortably specific…
//I am reblogging this gif as often as I feel like it because I fucking, I just love it.