Playlist: The Very Best of Say Anything
how are 11 year olds in relationships and kissing and stuff when i cant even talk to the check out lady at target without stuttering
WeHeartIt is plain disrespectful, it allows people to steal art from absolutely any website. It is rude and unfair that the artists who put time and…
Please, go and sign this. Also, reblogging this link would be highly apprecciated
weheartit is actual GARBAGE
my graphics have ended up on that piece of shit website one time too many
which has led to people reposting them here on tumblr one time too many
and I WILL NOT STAND FOR IT ANYMORE
THIS IS LITERALLY THE BEST EVER!
My dad was telling me about these girls at his old college who invented a nail polish that paints on clear, and if you stir your drink with your finger with the nail polish on, it will react with the “Date Rape” drug and turn red.
Dude. It’s genius.
I saw this before and didn’t reblog it because it didn’t have anything to say how but now that there is a link saying how I wil reblog it.
when you’re taking a multiple choice test and you get D for number 1
we call this “american mulan” in my home
THEY LOOK SO PROUD!!! LOOK AT OUR bABIES! WE MADE THESE!!! LOOK AT HOW CUTE THEY ARE!! HAVE U MET OUR BABIES YET LOOK AT THEM!! BABY DOGGIES!!! THAT WE MADE!!!
that is the face of someone who has been deeply betrayed.
Snickers mocks the idea that men can respect women.
This is one of the most demoralizing ads I’ve seen in a long time. It’s an Australian ad for Snickers in which construction workers on a busy city street yell pro-feminist comments at women, like “I’d like to show you the respect you deserve” and ”You want to hear a filthy word? Gender bias” and “You know what I’d like to see? A society in which the objectification of women makes way for gender neutral interaction free from assumptions and expectations.”
The construction workers are actors, but the women on the street are (or appear to be) real and their reactions authentic. The first thing women do is get uncomfortable, revealing how a lifetime of experience makes them cringe at the prospect of a man yelling at them. But, as women realize what’s going on, they’re obviously delighted. They love the idea of getting support and respect instead of harassment from strange men.
This last woman actually places her hand on her heart and mouths “thank you” to the guys.
And then the commercial ends and it’s all yanked back in the most disgusting way. It ends by claiming that pro-feminist men are clearly unnatural. Men don’t respect women — at least, not this kind of man — they’re just so hungry they can’t think straight.
The twist ending is a genuine “fuck you” to the actual women who happened to walk by and become a part of the commercial. I wonder, when the producers approached them to get their permission to be used on film, did they tell them how the commercial would end? I suspect not. And, if not, I bet seeing the commercial would feel like a betrayal. These women were (likely) given the impression that it was about respecting women, but instead it was about making fun of the idea that women deserve respect.
What a dick move, Snickers. I hope you’re happy with your misogynist consumer base, because I don’t think I can ever buy a Snickers bar again. What else does your parent company sell? I’ll make a note.
Thanks to sociologist and pro-feminist Michael Kimmel for sending in the ad.