#pissed we didn’t get more shots of this dress LOOK HOW BEAUTIFUL IT IS #wizardwear fashion pls #also UGHHH FLEUR and UGHHHH FLEUR/BILL #i am all over that shit #GORGEOUS FRENCH GIRL WHO IS ALSO THE STRONGEST AND MOST CAPABLE STUDENT AT HER SCHOOL #(her co-ed school thank you VERY much) #WHO SHACKS UP WITH THE SUPER HOT ALSO CAPABLE GINGER BRITISH ~BAD BOY~ WHO BREAKS CURSES FOR A LIVING #and then isn’t even phased for a fucking second when he gets bitten by a fucking WEREWOLF #I AM BEAUTIFUL ENOUGH FOR ZE BOTH OF US I THINK #yeah girl #you go get your people don’t let his stuffy relative hold u down yeah #the realest
People can fall into the trap of blaming the poor of developing countries for the problems of the world since it is poor countries that have these massive, ballooning populations. Is is true that overpopulation in poor countries exacerbates the living conditions in those countries, but bear in mind that the average middle-class citizen of a Western nation consumes more than a hundred times the volume of resources of the average poor citizen of a developing nation. Armory Lovins calculated that the average American consumes 250 times the resources of the average Nigerian. This means that the United States has the global impact of seventy-five trillion Nigerians. I’ll go one step further: I’ll bet American citizens consume more Nigerian resources than Nigerians themselves.
In which Marina Diamandis continues to be a queen and shuts down body policing
Usually, the Buffys of the world go out to investigate a noise and never come back. Thankfully, Whedon always said he wanted to turn that stereotype on its head. Instead of the blond bimbo, we have a beautiful, yet flawed, heroine who constantly saves the day — and isn’t just arm candy for the men in her life.
when adult men mock teenage girls and think they’re fucking comedic geniuses
SOMEONE HAS FINALLY PUT MY FEELING INTO AN INTELLIGENT POST.
the problem with this is that some men really don’t give a shit and think that rape is not morally wrong
I think that the problem is less that men don’t think rape is wrong (there are very few men, I’ve found, who deny the awfulness of rape) and more that people don’t recognize the pervasiveness of sexual assault. They see is as a bunch of isolated incidences that can’t be avoided, like murder or something. They don’t understand that their actions and insistence that women should go out of their way to avoid it is a huge contributor to the problem, because it creates a permissive atmosphere and cultural mindset. From the time we’re born, women are conditioned to hold ourselves responsible for how men react to us, and people don’t see how policing women for men’s behavior makes it worse.
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