Cutting off hair in ancient Asia (Japan, china, Korea & possibly some other Asian cultures) symbolizes being banished or rejected from their home. In the more modern age that is now, cutting long hair into a short cut means to forget the past, leaving the old and starting anew.
Parineeti Chopra speaks out about the attitude Indian men have towards women and their periods (menstrual cycle). [X]
Also, Black Widow accomplished all of it without being a billionaire.
without being a billionaire or a white male.
Small Feminist Victories
Asked for free sanitary pads for the female bathrooms at uni and actually got them!
I am so happy with my university because every time I have pointed out little instances of sexism, my male professors have taken note of it and are trying their best to not do it again.
Addressing the class “Guys…and girls”
Talking about God “He invented…or She, sorry, it could be She.”
And even while talking about the struggle for goodness “It doesn’t matter whether you believe in God or not. No one side is better than the other.”
It is just so nice to see a new university in Pakistan that has such a liberal and unbiased approach to everything. I approached the dean about how one guy had said that the student council doesn’t have women because women fight a lot more and have big egos, and I told the dean I was really upset about it. His response? “But that’s ridiculous. Men have the largest egos. Everybody knows that.”
Feminist hackers break into the “private browsing session” internet history of major male sports stars, celebs, and politicians.
The hackers publish the men’s names next to the illegal, unusual or most-embarrassing websites along with number of visits, duration of visits, and any comments/chats they posted on those sites.
Reddit and 4Chan riot about the unfairness and invasion of privacy.
"But it was all online!" The hackers say. "They had to know someone could find it!!!"
What happens next?
Tons of people shaming those men for being trashy and stupid?Comments about “celebs should assume they don’t have privacy” show up in every discussion thread?
Probably not. Probably, the media outlets fall all over themselves to decry the awful indecency of this breach of trust.
Probably, fans set up GoFundMe accounts to pay for the counseling these men will need to undergo, and for the wages they may lose as a result of being exposed in this way.
Maybe the FBI shuts down the entire internet for ten days. Anyone who ever tagged anything #feminism is fined $20 and suspended from the Web for a month. And every online provider in the country is forced to pay billions of dollars in a damages as part of a class-action lawsuit.
What do you want to bet?
I’ll bet $20? Might need it later and stuff
Watching - TLOK - book 1
Kind of realised that I loved Mako when he was first introduced. He reminded me so much of Zuko. Then they kinda ruined him. He seemed such a strong bender but since the first season we haven’t really experienced a lot of power from him since then.
"People of colour" is a horribly offensive way to describe different races. It basically implies that there are white people and then everybody else, which is a weird and careless generalization.
I’m not going to argue with you because I’m white, but I will link you to the wiki which discusses why it was coined and why it’s important.
The problem with this is that American people think it’s okay to use the term even when the forum they’re talking in isn’t American. I find the term offensive, I’m Pakistani. I’m not a person of color. I see people using the term again and again no matter what country they’re from. It’s not okay. If you want to use it, use it as an American in an American forum. Otherwise, no. You don’t get to call me a POC.
"History will be kind to me for I intend to write it."
you’re fucking kidding me? That’s it? do we get a third season at least?
wow, look how easy that was.