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Hrmm. About me? Lemme see.. The name's Stephanie. I turned 19 on Aug. 25 (I still feel 17 though arghh). I'm a gamer, lazy writer, wannabe artist, lover of all things japanese (and a boy named Leo ehe ^.^), and master of two cats whom disregard me -_-'. I have tsundere tendencies and uh I guess that's it.

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Know god, know peace. No god, no peace.
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wanderlustforlifexx:

snapfordakids:

this is too much right now.

I CANT STOP LAUGHING

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35-24-35

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lilopelekai:

disneykingdom asked: mulan or merida

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three-hunna:

When you about to nut and she tell you don’t stop.

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thewantedfantasies:

People who send hate

thewantedfantasies:

People who send hate

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The most common and conspicuous attribute of the “Nice Guy (TM)” that so many women and feminists rail against isn’t his bitterness or his supposed sense of “entitlement,” it’s how stereotypically feminine his behavior towards the opposite sex typically is. The typical” Nice Guy (TM)” is a guy who is uncomfortable with and/or inept at the standard male role of being the one who initiates, and so he tends to favor a more passive strategy- he makes himself visible to women whose interest he would welcome, is pleasant towards them, tries to present an appealing image, perhaps gives off some demurely ambiguous hints of romantic/sexual interest, and hopes that she’ll make the first move. Or, alternately, he becomes friendly with a woman out of platonic motives but later develops a romantic interest, then places his hopes in the same passive strategy.

In other words, the typical “Nice Guy (TM)” is a guy who acts like a typical woman. Even his means of consoling himself after repeated failure, lamenting the opposite sex’s shallowness and unreasonable standards of beauty and attractiveness, is stereotypically feminine. Combined with his other failings of masculinity, as a man who is sexually unsuccessful and who publicly talks about his pain and distress (and mere emotional pain, at that!) in public, and it’s no wonder that- just as most any school of feminist theory would predict- he inspires so much hostility and disgust.. I don’t buy into the idea that contempt for gender non-conforming men is actually disguised or redirected misogyny, but if I did and was going to argue for that position the intensity of the hatred and contempt directed at the figure of the “Nice Guy TM” would be one of my go-to examples.

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Fall in love with God first.
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dontneedfeminism:

wonderlustandstarstruck:

Life Tip:it’s okay to admit you’re a feminist. In my experience when you explain feminism is equal rights for all, people are like “me too!”

Better Life Tip: It’s okay to not be a Feminist, because the actions of a movement matter more than the dictionary definition.

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moriahari:

HOLY SHIT

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thebatglare:

shit they’re finding our weak spots

thebatglare:

shit they’re finding our weak spots

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lickgold:

This is how I feel constantly

lickgold:

This is how I feel constantly

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Sometimes we get sad about things and we don’t like to tell other people that we are sad about them. We like to keep it a secret. Or sometimes, we are sad but we really don’t know why we are sad, so we say we aren’t sad but we really are.

— Mark Haddon, The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time  (via exoticwild)

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