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WHEN I WAKE UP IN THE MORNING AND REALIZE THAT I STILL HAVE MORE TIME TO SLEEP

howdoiputthisgently:

I’M LIKE:

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Mhmmmm

Hiking adventures. #beautifulbc #okanagan

Teacups and candles. #whitagram #vscocam #teacup #tea #candle #floral

Afternoon tea time. #family #snacks #highnoontea

rosalarian:

Feminism is having a wardrobe malfunction.

Does your brand of feminism remove barriers for women, or simply move them around? Does is expand options for women, or does it just shift them? You don’t liberate women by forcing them to choose option B instead of option A. What is comfortable for you might not be comfortable for someone else, and it’s entirely possible that what you see as oppressive, other women find comfortable or even downright liberating.

Before you think the girl in the middle is a strawman, let me tell you I used to be her, back in my misguided youth. I considered myself the standard to which other people should adhere. But that was stupid. It’s not up to me to tell people how to dress, and it’s much nicer to let everyone choose for themselves.

Some women would feel naked without a veil. Some women would find it restrictive. Some women would feel restricted by a bra. Some women would feel naked without one. Some women would feel restricted by a tight corset. Others love them. Some wear lots of clothes with a corset. Some only wear the corset and nothing else. What makes any article of clothing oppressive is someone forcing you to wear it. And it’s just as oppressive to force someone not to wear something that they want to wear.

(via hellogiggles)

When I remember to put my music on during my commute

whatshouldwecallme:

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me, all the time on my way to work.

hellogiggles:

Mmmhm…

Preach.

"I have a nervous breakdown in the film and in one scene I get to stand at the top of the stairs waving an empty sherry bottle which is, of course, a typical scene from my daily life, so isn’t much of a stretch."

An inspiring woman.

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cinemagorgeous:

Modern day actors pose for 1860’s style tintype photographs. Images taken by photographer Victoria Will at Sundance Film Festival 2014.

Beautiful.

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