On a Bendy Road

It's My Life!

lacigreen:

harrysflaccidcock:

Someone at my school made these in response to my principal announcing a dress code that, as usual, only applied to girls, and I’m kind of proud

OMFGGgg CAN I JUST SAY I AM SO!!! PROUD OF ALL THE GIRLIES TAKING A STAND AGAINST THIS BS AT THEIR SCHOOL

GET IT LADIES

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naimabarcelona:

Nunca confundas mi silencio con ignorancia. Mi tranquilidad para su aceptación. O mi generosidad como debilidad ……

naimabarcelona:

Nunca confundas mi silencio con ignorancia. Mi tranquilidad para su aceptación. O mi generosidad como debilidad ……

staff:

Tumblr Tuesday: Women’s History Month
Who Needs Feminism?All of us.
Equality for HERHealth Educational Rights (HER) has been celebrating WHM (Women’s History Month) with biographical snippets and minimalistic portraits of influential women past and present.
Women of Library HistoryName some badasses. “The Navy SEALS?” Sure. “B-613?” Maybe. “The Feminist Task Force of the American Library Association?” Fuck yes. Shout out to our Tumblarians.
Cool Chicks from HistoryChicks have been cool since forever.
Stop Telling Women to SmileAn art series letting you know that it’s not okay to tell women to smile.
Photo via Who Needs Feminism?

It’s easy to forget how far we have yet to go…

staff:

Tumblr Tuesday: Women’s History Month

Who Needs Feminism?
All of us.

Equality for HER
Health Educational Rights (HER) has been celebrating WHM (Women’s History Month) with biographical snippets and minimalistic portraits of influential women past and present.

Women of Library History
Name some badasses. “The Navy SEALS?” Sure. “B-613?” Maybe. “The Feminist Task Force of the American Library Association?” Fuck yes. Shout out to our Tumblarians.

Cool Chicks from History
Chicks have been cool since forever.

Stop Telling Women to Smile
An art series letting you know that it’s not okay to tell women to smile.

Photo via Who Needs Feminism?

It’s easy to forget how far we have yet to go…

etsy:

Curiosities crafted with images from the Rijksmuseum by Etsy seller PuurAnders.

How cool is that? Reminds me of my grad trip to Europe… I even have a poster print of the same image from Rijiks Museum 😬

http://abiroux.tumblr.com/post/79373677184/tristinawright-malady579-ricechex

tristinawright:

malady579:

ricechex:

tristinawright:

ricechex:

Hold off on getting any of her backlist for now. She mentioned at GRL that she’s getting the rights…

This would be the absolute BEST news ever! …. Am glad there are other minions who get why… cos no one in my family ever gets why i scream when the new ebook came in a week early (thanks riptide!) or why i need paperbacks too, especially same-sized ones!! 

figmentdotcom:

TeamBook vs. TeamTablet. Go!

Haha…. if books and tablets were sentient beings….. and maybe 5 year old boys……

figmentdotcom:

TeamBook vs. TeamTablet. Go!

Haha…. if books and tablets were sentient beings….. and maybe 5 year old boys……

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ellendegeneres:

Ellen had to do a huge favor for a good friend of hers during the show today. We’d like to thank Michelle’s husband for taking the time to talk with us!

bibliophilegeek:

This is the perfect place for me to live!!


My happy place too :)

bibliophilegeek:

This is the perfect place for me to live!!

My happy place too :)

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“Isn’t it odd how much fatter a book gets when you’ve read it several times? As if something were left between the pages every time you read it. Feelings, thoughts, sounds, smells…and then, when you look at the book again many years later, you find yourself there, too, a slightly younger self, slightly different, as if the book had preserved you like a pressed flower…both strange and familiar.”

—   Cornelia Funke, Inkspell (via observando)

That’s very very true!!

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united-nations:

To mark Saturday’s International Women’s Day, men leaders are standing up for women’s empowerment and changing the concept of masculinity to achieve gender equality. “I have a message for my fellow men and boys – play your part. All benefit when women and girls can reach their full potential,” said Ban Ki-moon. Share this image to show you believe that equality for women is progress for all! Find out more at heforshe.org.

Yes! Would love to see more of this message being spread and shared :)

united-nations:

To mark Saturday’s International Women’s Day, men leaders are standing up for women’s empowerment and changing the concept of masculinity to achieve gender equality. 

“I have a message for my fellow men and boys – play your part. All benefit when women and girls can reach their full potential,” said Ban Ki-moon. 

Share this image to show you believe that equality for women is progress for all! 

Find out more at heforshe.org.

Yes! Would love to see more of this message being spread and shared :)