mally. twenty. californian, intersectional feminist, gamer, spongebob enthusiast, and lover of all things marina & the diamonds. this is a multi-fandom blog because i said so. beware of feels.


curiosityofbounds:

heyyy all u lovely followers jsyk i’m moving this blog to a new spot. i’ve wanted my multi-fandom kind of blog to be my main for a while so you can find me at madnessoftheheart from now on (my art blog is now called novemberings)

soyeah follow that one if you want c: tyyy

heyyy all u lovely followers jsyk i’m moving this blog to a new spot. i’ve wanted my multi-fandom kind of blog to be my main for a while so you can find me at madnessoftheheart from now on (my art blog is now called novemberings)

soyeah follow that one if you want c: tyyy

I just want it to be perfect, to believe it’s all been worth the fight.

A-Z of John Green Books [x]

A - Augustus Waters

'Feminists are Sexist'---Really?

stfueverything:

bad-girl-panties:

womenofaction-hofstra:

This is pretty amazing.  

I’m sick to the back teeth, sick and tired, of feminists being accused of sexism and hypocrisy unless we spend exactly half of our time and resources pointing out every instance of how ‘patriarchy hurts men too’. Gay rights activists aren’t expected to spend half their time campaigning for heterosexuals. Anti-racism activists aren’t expected to spend ages campaigning on behalf of white people. Yet its a different story with feminism, isn’t it? The most infuriating thing about this is that - as regular readers will know - I do think that feminism is important for men as well as women and I encourage both men and women to critique mainstream masculinity as well as femininity. But that doesn’t mean that I think that every single instance of feminist activism has to be prefaced with a disclaimer about how this also benefits men. Frankly, I’m getting a little bored of it. I believe it strongly, but there’s only so many times I am forced to repeat it before it gets a little wearing and I start to wonder why I have to keep doing it in the first place.

“What this is really about is men accusing feminists of sexism and hypocrisy unless they can prove that they spend exactly half of their time, energy, and resources on campaigning on behalf of men. What this is really about is that if feminism only improves the lives of women, it has no value or importance. What this is really about is that feminism only has value if it works on behalf of men and improves the lives of men.”

^^^^

animauxing:

may nook man have mercy on my weak human soul

RF