HONEY HEARTS

Haley. 20. Humboldt.

The aesthetic in my new house is too much for me. I’m so pumped to finally put my creations from ceramics last semester to good use!

thecatsmeow90:

noturoverlyattachedgirlfriend:

chocolate-lantern:

nextyearsgirl:

home-of-amazons:

tueften:

halo-weens:

imlivingonborrowedtime:

realsashafierce:

ghost-of-bela-lugosi:

cream—-soda:

john hughes is a beautiful person, pass it on

John Hughes is my hero.

BLESS JOHN HUGHES

This is the hottest thing I have ever seen

the sass in that last comment is legendary

Wow, guys who lecture women on their internalised misogyny are so boring.

^ Yeah, this makes me uncomfortable for the same reason. Everything he said is a smug reiteration of what he’s seen feminist women say, which would have been fine if he’d been addressing other men. (ie. he should have kept it at his first comment, which is directed at the male OP’s status.) But it is not ever a man’s place to tell women how to respect women’s bodily autonomy! I’m not at all surprised so many people don’t see how glaringly inappropriate this interaction is; just look at the comments girls have made on this tumblr post. Women’s standards for male behaviour are so hopelessly low that when a man says something as mundane as ‘beauty standards are bullshit’ (what this exchange basically boils down to), he’s a “beautiful person,” “legendary,” and a “hero.”

You know what kind of message other men get from that? “Hey, I should try acting like I support women’s rights, maybe I can get laid.” Men don’t support feminism out of the goodness of their hearts. If this guy really cared about smashing patriarchal beauty standards, he would be talking to his fellow men who actively create and promote them, not using his male privilege to rack up “I win” points in a condescending argument with women who weren’t interested in engaging him in the first place.

A little tip for you if you’re a guy: Feminism has a place for every apathetic, unfeminist, self-hating woman before it has one for you.

Notice that he calls her a teenager as well, which suggests not only is he lecturing a girl about something he has no business correcting her on, but he’s doing it as an adult condescending to someone who is in one of the most vulnerable times in her life in terms of suddenly being hit by misogynist messages meant to make her conform to patriarchal conditioning JUST as her body is starting to sprout all the traits society believes it has the right to control, something he can NEVER FUCKING UNDERSTAND and so has absolutely no right to presume to lecture her on.

a man calling a woman out on her internalized misogyny is like someone stabbing you with a syringe full of viruses,then shaming you for having symptoms.

I don’t see what this guy has done wrong? In my opinion, you’ve completely changed what he is trying to say. You’re complaining that he doesn’t actually care about feminism but HOW DO YOU KNOW THAT?! How do you know he’s genuinely not concerned about sexism. Surely you’re being sexist in saying that he is pretending to care about feminism just to get laid (and anyway, who gets laid because of a Facebook comment?). In my eyes, this guy was calling out this girl on her sexist shit which was right of him, I would of done it too. This girl was being plain rude and sexist (men are allowed hair but women aren’t?) and notice the word allow. She’s demanding that girls shave everything because she hates hair (but guys it’s k you don’t need to shave).

John was totally right to call her out, I don’t see the problem with what he said at all.

I’m proud of John tbh

It’s like no matter what a male is saying, even if it is to be supportive of feminism, he is ALWAYS doing something wrong. He is a rare example, and is condemned for his minor attempt to introduce girls to a more forward way of thinking. His last comment may have been too much, but that’s no reason to completely bypass everything else he is saying that is female positive. Highly disappointed…

(Source: transhumanisticpanspermia)

Supercat

Supercat

I made a princess mononoke vase! I made the mask too but it’s not as pretty #mononoke

I made a princess mononoke vase! I made the mask too but it’s not as pretty #mononoke


In a moss-draped rain forest in British Columbia, towering red cedars live a thousand years, and black bears are born with white fur.

In a moss-draped rain forest in British Columbia, towering red cedars live a thousand years, and black bears are born with white fur.

(Source: cordisre, via wylona-hayashi)

pull-out-my-insides:

“During 1926 cold winter, all the horses from the hippodrome fled away after the stables went on fire. Their only scape-way was the river. But they all froze before managing to reach the opposite side. Their sculptural heads with terror still in their eyes served as a leisure park that season. I wonder in which moment the following spring carried them out into the sea, without anyone noticing.” By Guy Maddin

pull-out-my-insides:

“During 1926 cold winter, all the horses from the hippodrome fled away after the stables went on fire. Their only scape-way was the river. But they all froze before managing to reach the opposite side. Their sculptural heads with terror still in their eyes served as a leisure park that season. I wonder in which moment the following spring carried them out into the sea, without anyone noticing.” By Guy Maddin

(Source: the-calendar-hung-itself, via wednesdaysnecropolis)