I'm going to attend Cal Poly SLO next year, I like clothes, some music, singing, feminism, mathematics, learning, cute things, sweet things, and clean things. I'm not very good at reading, but I'd like to be. Most of the links usually at the top are at the bottom this time.
my guy friend turned to me, and out of nowhere, and said “why is it ok for girls to touch each other’s boobs, but not ok for guys to touch each other’s dicks?” and I still don’t have an answer for that
because boobs aren’t genitals
also, under what circumstances is it ok for girls to touch each other’s boobs..?
when each party is consenting
this makes me very uncomfortable
#there’s a lot of reasons this makes me laugh more than makes me uncomfortable #and it might more or less be because my sister is seven and a dancer as well #but also because i don’t feel that dancing should be looked at as sexual #especially because this is pure movement and i can guarantee you #you can’t move like her #also this song is great lol [x]
It’s funny how it’s always the Muslim woman who is “oppressed”
I genuinely don’t know this. For the Catholics, in the US at least, covering the head isn’t much of a current thing except among nuns, which is a super-special high level of religious commitment on a par with monk. Is wearing hijab on a par with that?
no its definitely a lot more common and id have more articulate things to say but im sleepy
Even if it wasn’t more common, though, the obvious difference is that nuns are viewed as “devout” and are considered people to look up to, but Muslim women who choose to wear whatever their covering of choice is are “oppressed” and either ‘need to be liberated’ or are ‘radicals’.
Shout out to girls who don’t mind being called dude and man casually
shout out to boys who don’t mind being called guuurrl
shout out to humans who don’t mind being called dawg
shout out to dogs who will let you call them anything so long as you say it in a happy, friendly tone.
Shout out to Guinea Pigs which are neither pigs nor from Guinea.
people are boycotting the Kraft commercials for the “Zesty” salad topping because it features a topless man in compromising situations.
people are boycotting it because it sexualizes a man.
people are boycotting a commercial that features one of the oldest marketing strategies because this time it’s a man being exploited.
#time to buy some zesty salad dressing