lol oops wearing the same cardigan i wore to work yesterday

i think im going through a french house phase again. makes sense after early october’s reemergence of my 2011 deadmau5 phase which will put me on track for another trap phase in mid december

vintagebrides:

1950 newlyweds take a selfie on their wedding day

vintagebrides:

1950 newlyweds take a selfie on their wedding day

yall i had literally no clue that bill cosby is gross

next yall are gonna tell me that bill murray is a shithead too or something!!!! 

I wish I knew more people who don’t really drink but aren’t straight edge

Deer Dance
System of a Down

cumdeath:

System of a Down - Deer Dance

omg

safeword-cat:

it occurred to me the other day that the 90s is now to the 2010s what the 70s were to the 90s

remember that time janet weiss tweeted at me *swoon*

whoneedsfeminism:

I need feminism because I’ve never seen this glamorised.

Do you see yourself reflected in the media you consume? Parallel Magazine is all about providing an alternative to the airbrushing and the shaming, the heteronormativity and the gender binary we’re dealt as the only way. Life through a feminist lens, by women for women. Support our start-up feminist magazine at 

http://bit.ly/parallelmag.

Women’s Magazines are several million pound industry in the UK. With over 200 titles to choose from, women buy on average almost 7 million magazines every month, and 38% of women in the UK trust magazines. And yet magazines that claim to be for women or that are supposedly sex positive are churning out article titles such as “Ten lazy ways to lose weight” or “12 Little Things Every Guy Wants in Bed”. Their cover images are sexualised, their articles are derogatory and weight-obsessed, and their fashion editorials are so photoshopped that even the real life models no longer look like that. They evoke unneeded competition between women. And it isn’t just about body image, the models used, or size zero clothing. It’s about the stories and article written, the way celebrities are scrutinized, and what questions female actors and musicians are asked in their interviews. While there’s nothing wrong with wanting to be beautiful, desirable, sexy, or trendy, what is problematic is the obsession with these things about all else, to the point where being beautiful is seen as life’s greatest achievement and all else pales in comparison.

So we’ve decided to make a difference, in the form of a new magazine: Parallel. The title is a play on the idea that feminism and modern popular culture are currently running parallel to one another. In order to get feminism into the minds of the mainstream youth, the two things need to intersect and combine. And that’s exactly what we plan to do. Our magazine will cover subjects regarding race, gender, sexuality, age, liberation, women’s rights, activism, disability, and more, all tied up together in an aesthetically pleasing, contemporary women’s magazine. We will subvert the format of ordinary celebrity or fashion magazines to highlight key issues in today’s world. We will interview and talk to influential women about their opinions, highlight key feminist community groups that you could get involved in, and will review, discuss, and critique women’s role in the media.

Parallel Magazine will discuss achievements outside of fashion and beauty, will talk about community and activism and how women everywhere can make a change to the world around them. It will focus on everything from art to pop culture to history – all through the viewpoint of a modern young feminist.

cool!

Hey marieantoinetanyahu look what came in the mail today!!! I AM SO IN LOVE WITH IT. THANK YOU!!! ❤️❤️❤️

Hey marieantoinetanyahu look what came in the mail today!!! I AM SO IN LOVE WITH IT. THANK YOU!!! ❤️❤️❤️

Today’s Goodwill finds. There’s literally hundreds of hip hop, acid, house, trip hop, disco, and other random albums there. And RuPaul.

Today’s Goodwill finds. There’s literally hundreds of hip hop, acid, house, trip hop, disco, and other random albums there. And RuPaul.

Guess who has a job interview in North Carolina…………

Always on Time
Ashanti/Ja Rule

I give up forever