Sally. Sydney Aus. 19. Arts student. Feminist. I like cats. it's a thing. It's happening.
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@3 days ago with 1075 notes
Demisexuals don’t see bodies, we see personalities.
We only see personalities.
Everyone is just a floating personality.
It’s kinda weird.
(via imstrangeandlikeable)@1 week ago with 5916 notes
@3 days ago with 36084 notes
-Some people like hot dogs
-Some people like hamburgers
-Some people get both (Bisexuals)
-Some people get both, and a salad (Pansexuals)
-Some people don’t really like meat BUT YOU HAVE NATHAN’S HOT DOGS OH MY GOD NVM GIMME (Demisexuals)
-Some people are there for the conversation (Asexuals)
-Some people show up uninvited to the barbecue and wonder why they aren’t offered any food (assholes)
"What do you plan to do with your future?"
(via ruinedchildhood)@4 days ago with 272602 notes
I broke my leg and had to wear a moon boot for 6 weeks. Since I didn’t have to take my boot off regularly I thought it would be fun to see how my - usually blonde - leg hair would grow. So, I posted the picture above on Facebook with a funny caption and filter just for little giggle. It wasn’t until I started getting comments like “gross” and “vom” that it really made me think of the body hair double standards for women and men.
Firstly none of these comments offended me personally, it was more that these comments were being made because myself, identifying as a woman, is expected by societies standards to shave my legs - thus not doing so is “gross”. Also I should note I put this picture up for shock value and didn’t even in the slightest think that the issue of double standards of body hair would affect me as much.
The point is, I broke my leg playing football. If I were a male putting this picture up, my team mates would just congratulate me on a bone well mended (and maybe a sneaky jab about some muscle loss). However, being on a womens team, I had shocked and horror responses.