Just hanging out!
whats up with the husky chihuahua?
She is an alaskan klee kai, a pure breed of dog, completely unrelated to a chihuahua.
Klee kai are a rare breed of dog that resembles a small husky. She is also very small for breed
honestly thank you so much.
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Sansa Stark ± purple (requested by anonymous.)
boys can like pink and not be gay
girls can have short hair and not be a lesbian
boys can like ballet
girls can like video games
boys can be hot without a six pack
girls can be hot without a hairless body
boys can have hair down to their waists
girls can have stretch marks, curves and back fat
gender doesn’t determine what you can and cannot enjoy, what you can and cannot look like or what you can and cannot do
Anonymous asked: I was just watching an episode of Supernatural with my brother and there was a scene where a boy and girl are hitchhiking and a truck comes and says the girl can get in the car but the boy can't get a ride. My brother then decides to comment on how awesome it must be to have boobs because then you can get people to do stuff for you with them. I said that the sexual harassment of girls is very real and scary. He then said that men could be sexually harassed just as easily as girls. WTF.
You’re preachin’ to the choir, girl. I have this conversation with guy friends quite frequently and end up looking like a crazy feminazi (to them, I don’t actually act like one lol). The thing is, it’s just really difficult for a lot of guys to get because they don’t experience it. They see women being bought all sorts of drinks at bars and offered rides home and assorted other “preferential treatment” (ha!) when all we see is in that drink or that compliment or that offer for a ride home is “shit, if I accept I might get kidnapped or raped, what do I do??”
And yes, he’s correct, men CAN be sexually harassed just as easily, but it tends to come with more intimidation and feel much more threatening when it’s men to women, rather than women to men. Not that I’m condoning it, that’s just factual.
In fact, I’ve been meaning to make a tumblr post about it but I need to properly word it to avoid getting hate but I’ve noticed that objectification of men online is similar to that of women, and hey, objectification on both sides is okay to me sometimes, it depends on the degree of it. But what I’ve noticed is I see tags (and I’ve been guilty too) all the time of things like “can he just be naked all the time?” or “he is so hot I want to lick his bare chest while the rest of the hot guys of the cast are naked and waiting their turn” lmao etc (I made those up btw) and if we saw those comments on half naked pictures of women a lot of us would be appalled and cry a need for feminism (which it is of course necessary), but I’ve just noticed lately that women say a lot of things about men (especially on tumblr) that we would be appalled if we saw heard/read men saying them. And to a degree that’s alright, it’s ok to appreciate someone’s beauty or be attracted to them and even voice that, but it’s the blatant idea that if I heard a man say that about me, I’d feel very uncomfortable or think it was another symptom of rape culture, but then I have the urge to say something similar about a celebrity and it doesn’t really make it okay just because I’m a woman.
Like I said, the difference is, when men say things it often feels very threatening because 1 in 4 women are sexually assaulted, so it’s very real, but it’s still been a bit of a wake up call to me that even though we don’t have the numbers of going out and assaulting people as often as men might, there might still need to be a bit of a revamp on our way of thinking and treating each other.