i ain’t sayin’ she a gold-digger, but she did move west to california in 1849
#1: I honestly don’t care whether or not the edges of your dinner plates are coordinated with the color of your curtains.
#2: I wouldn’t want to work with people who do care about stuff like that.
#3: No one likes the stuff that I make in design class.
it’s not anime unless the protagonist is late for school and runs out of their house with a piece of toast in their mouth
Anti-femme culture (and feminists aren’t immune to this) thinks the effort put into femme presentation is a waste of time and energy – or, at the very least, time and energy that could have been spent doing something more important. Anti-femme culture thinks ‘pretty’ probably means ‘dumb’ even when struggling against a culture obsessed with an impossibly narrow beauty standard. Anti-femme culture thinks you can’t do math AND do your nails.
We are humans! We contain multitudes! I do not think it is a problem that teenaged girls are interested in experimenting with presentation via fashion; I think it’s ridiculous and misogynist that they are ONLY encouraged to do that – and that boys don’t have the same freedom of expression.” —The Rotund by Marianne Kirby (via ellielamothe)