Tom Hiddleston with a puppy.
I can’t even handle this picture. I just can’t.
Is it just me or does it look like he’s wearing a form of Loki’s armour in this picture?
It’s meant to be young Loki with his son Fenrir and it makes my soul cry.
(206): No, you made a silk sheet toga and held up a dildo calling yourself “The Statue of Puberty”. People made pilgrimages from the other party down the block to see you.
(my lords and ladies, let me introduce you to our new December feature: texts from last Hogswatch. because why shouldn’t we mix ‘texts from last night’ and Discworld? we most definitely should. posts like that will appear throughout December, until
ChristmasHogswatch. hope you’ll like it :3. also, feel free to delete it if you reblog.)
"If you can’t feed a hundred people, feed just one." -Mother Teresa
Meet Malachi. His story shows why even a 5-year-old can make a difference.
I cried. This is fantastic.
That first picture just fills me with such joy and a feeling of hope.
HEY ERIN HEY!
It’s the last picture that gets me. Her eyes are off reading the defense, because she’s not handing off to the RB, that’s a fake. She’s the QB and she’d doing her goddamn job and she’s doing it well. GET IT GIRL.
“Everybody says, ‘What happens when she gets hit?’ ” Gatewood said. “This isn’t a knock on Erin, but she’s bigger than 10 kids on my team. I have a wide receiver that weighs 25 pounds less than her. And the pads she wears are the same as the pads he wears.”
This is the only context in which football matters to me
GET IT GIRL
hahaha omg i thought this to myself too
Seriously, the thing that the coach said.
The media has really fucked with our perceptions of women’s bodies. Women, generally speaking, are way heavier than you think compared to men of comparable height.
i love everything about this photoset, but i especially adore the first pic, with her cheerleader friend helping her tie back her hair. just…y’know, cheerleading is so strongly linked to a particular embodiment of femininity, just as playing football is strongly linked to a particular embodiment of masculinity, and like. girls are always pitted against each other, man, and their different ways of being girls are always pitted against each other.
to me, that first pic overturns a lot of shitty narratives about girlhood and girl friendships in one cute snapshot of a fleeting moment between two friends. idk, i just really love it.
I also love the first picture because both of the women are athletes but people tend to disregard the athleticism, strength and coordination involved in cheerleading because it’s traditionally a woman’s sport. But look at the bicep on that lady.
"A friend took this pic in Arizona USA. The meteorologists don’t have a name for it.
Seems to be high energy to be in a Rainbow and a tornado! ”
the gays are evolving
I’m surprised that the My Little Pony fandom have not gotten ahold of this yet. Rainbow Dash is not my favorite but COME ON.
"How the Media Failed Women in 2013," courtesy of Miss Representation. This is mind-boggling and you must watch it right now.
I’d very much like to punch a feminist.
I’d never, ever hurt a lady but I’d be happy to punch a feminist.
It’d bring me great joy.
I’m 6’2 and weigh 180lbs
ready when you are
[Self-portraits by Carrie Mae Weems, Käthe Kollwitz, Judy Baca, and Frida Kahlo, text “Never apologize for selfies”]
Meet Karrie Brown, she’s a 17-year-old model who just got a gig with Wet Seal. She also has Down syndrome. Karrie’s mom discovered that Wet Seal started carrying plus-sized clothing, which according to Karrie’s Facebook, is a great fit for girls with Down syndrome.
Karrie started sharing photos of herself on Facebook in different Wet Seal outfits and it turned into a petition to get Wet Seal to feature Karrie as one of their models.
Karrie describes her personal style, FYI, as “biker chick.” Due to all the attention Karrie was getting online, Wet Seal contacted Karrie and flew her to California for a photoshoot.
As of Monday, Karrie’s modeling page has over 20,000 likes. Karrie’s mom was worried that during her photoshoot she’d get nervous, but Karrie was a natural and asked the photographers to put on some Justin Bieber while she took photos.
Karrie had a blast modeling, but it isn’t all she wants to do when she grows up. After high school she plans on attending college with the hopes of maybe splitting her time between modeling and being a librarian. Which sounds pretty great, to be honest.
Because a fat girl still has to pay more money for uglier clothes or spend 11 hours at the thrift store to find anything hot to wear.
Because if you take the elevator people think you’re lazy but if you’re on the treadmill people laugh.
Because men like John Goodman and Bernie Mac get to have careers on television but most sitcom moms of three still have size-two waists.
Because even feminist magazines publish fat-phobic articles under the guise of it being a “health issue.”
Because anti-capitalist activists still use expressions like “fat capitalist pig.”
Because girls are dieting at the age of nine.
Because side effects of the most popular diet drugs are seizures, heart failure, fecal urgency, breast cancer, lung disease, insomnia, nausea and vomiting, dangerously high blood pressure, abnormal heartbeat, psychosis, strokes, hallucinations and sudden death.
Because the Cooper Institute’s ongoing study of 30,000 people has found that those who are fittest live the longest, no matter what they weigh.
Because the doctor who said that there were 30,000 “obesity-related” deaths each year received over $2 million in research funding from Jenny Craig and Weight Watchers.
Because that study prompted the FDA to approve Phen-Phen and Redux.
Because fat hatred is a money-making industry.
Because fat people who exercise live longer than thin people who don’t.
Because if you lose weight ’cause you’re sick people tell you how great you look.
Because hatred is so ingrained in every single one of us, especially inside the heart of even the hottest fat girl.
Because even the most progressive people don’t talk or write about it.
Because I am tired of being ignored, invisible, de-sexualized and told that I have such a pretty face.
Because it’s not fat that kills, it’s fear of fat.**
For all that and more I am a part of the HOT FAT GIRL REVOLUTION!
Zoe Whittall (via monicalewinsky1996)
Because the eating disorder that resulted in me becoming skinny has ravished my mental and physical health, but all people ever told me was how much better and healthier I look. The sad truth is that I do not look healthy at all and what they’re really saying is “we can see how much you are suffering but at least you’re not fat”.