*kicks holes in walls*
I AM SO ANGRY
*kicks holes in walls*
I AM SO ANGRY
This is the best thing I’ve heard all day
Today, the U.S. Supreme Court is hearing a challenge to a buffer zone law that protects patients and staff at clinics in Massachusetts from anti-choice harassment and violence.
Across the country, extreme, often violent, anti-choice protesters physically block access to clinics and intimidate people exercising their constitutionally protected rights. Learn more about this issue and the laws that exist to protect patients and their doctors.
what judgement of abortion does
my parents are so cute omg
((my dad is obsessed with that song after i showed it to him))
Dragons are henceforth a feminist icon. You’re no longer allowed to participate in the appreciation of dragons and dragons in culture unless you’re totally down for helping the equality movement.
Anti-feminist blogs are mad about this post so everyone should reblog it.
Howls Moving Castle: Merry Go Round of Life
From Studio Ghibli
Blue, brown, and green eye colors
Do the braid
This is just the basics of braiding. If you know these 8 basic braids, you can do billions of differend hairstyles. Here’s a roundup, from top to bottom, left to right. There’s always a link to a basic tutorial and then a few links to hairstyles you can do with that type of braid.
have you noticed that when someone goes ‘i was bitten by a dog once and now I’m kinda wary around them’ most people are like ‘aw, I understand’ but if a woman says she’s been raped/abused by men in the past and is now scared of them she gets told she’s paranoid and needs to get over it?
I noticed that.
have you noticed that when a dog bites a person, it gets put down
that second comment
I made a thing using a track from Heavy Rain and Trisha’s breakdown.
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The urumi (meaning, “curling blade”) is a long sword made of flexible steel, sharp enough to cut into flesh, but flexible enough to be rolled into a tight coil. Originating in South India, it was most popular in the North Malabar Coast of Kerala and is often mentioned in the ballads of the region.
In kalaripayat, the urumi is always the last weapon taught because of the danger it poses to the wielder. The weapon is called urumi in northern kalaripayattu and chuttuval in the southern style. The word chuttuval is derived from the Malayalam words chuttu (coil/spin) and vaal (sword).
The sword is a flexible band of steel three-quarters to one inch in width, and long enough to reach from the fingertip of one hand to the finger tip of the other hand when the hands are held outstretched (usually about four or five and a half feet).
It has a small handle with a cover. Often there are multiple belts on a single handle, which makes it more dangerous to the opponents and wielders alike. In modern times it is often made from used band-saw blades and packing bands.
Agility and skill are more important to master the weapon rather than strength or aggression. Twirling and controlling the urumi is a difficult and dangerous art, and is therefore taught only to the best. Incorrect use can result in the flexible sword wounding its wielder, and great concentration is required during use, even by experts. The urumi is most useful against multiple opponents.
When not in use, the urumi is worn around the waist like a belt. Since women often wore belts it was a convenient weapon for them to carry. Unniyarcha, one of the heroines of the ballads of the northern Malabar coast, was said to have been adept at wielding the urumi. It was also a good weapon for duels since thrusting with the point of the sword was not permitted in duels in South India.
Or you know,
That you don’t have to dislike something because it isn’t aimed at your gender
That multiple demographics can like the same thing at the same time and that’s okay
That just because a show is about females and for females it doesn’t mean it can’t achieve widespread appeal
That if you make something of quality people will like it regardless of what it’s about
That boys are fully capable of appreciating something with sparkles and rainbows rather than bullets and explosions
That the historical dismissal of girl’s shows as frivolity not to be appreciated by anyone older than 12 doesn’t have to happen
or, you know
this could be referring to the fact that the brony fandom has absolutely swarmed the internet with porn and grimdark to the point where you can’t google “my little pony” without finding it
that the fandom has become a breeding ground for sexism and bigotry
that the most popular work in the fandom is a webcomic that turns the head of this feminist cartoon for little girls into a sexualized, characterless rapist who makes light of the crimes that many of the girls who love this show will face at some point in their lives
that bronies simply refuse to accept their own flaws and change for the better because “it’s just their opinion” and “they’re not all like that”
but no let’s completely regard the fact that this fandom is a festering wasteland of hatred and ignorance and instead act like bronies have done nothing wrong while they continue to overstep their boundaries and invade on a cartoon that was intended for kids to the point where they believe that they are the true demographic and the show should cater to them
because hey, it’s just a bunch of guys liking something outside the norm and there’s nothing wrong with them utterly appropriating the show, right?