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I really like coffee

one of my favourite pictures.

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one of my favourite pictures.

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I’m an acquired taste… not for everybody, but for the ones that get me… I will give you all of me, all the time.

—Jhene Aiko   (via musingsinfemininity)

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We were discussing homosexuality because of an allusion to it in the book we were reading, and several boys made comments such as, “That’s disgusting.” We got into the debate and eventually a boy admitted that he was terrified/disgusted when he was once sharing a taxi and the other male passenger made a pass at him. The lightbulb went off. “Oh,” I said. “I get it. See, you are afraid, because for the first time in your life you have found yourself a victim of unwanted sexual advances by someone who has the physical ability to use force against you.” The boy nodded and shuddered visibly.“But,” I continued. “As a woman, you learn to live with that from the time you are fourteen, and it never stops. We live with that fear every day of our lives. Every man walking through the parking garage the same time you are is either just a harmless stranger or a potential rapist. Every time.” The girls in the room nodded, agreeing. The boys seemed genuinely shocked. “So think about that the next time you hit on a girl. Maybe, like you in the taxi, she doesn’t actually want you to.”

Homophobia: The fear that another man will treat you like you treat women.

Andrew Sullivan

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"Why don’t you tell me that ‘if the girl had been worth having she’d have waited for you’?"

"No, sir, the girl really worth having won’t wait for anybody."

—F. Scott Fitzgerald, This Side of Paradise (via johnnyandthedinosaurs)

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-Oscar Wilde


-Oscar Wilde

Let’s examine this:

Miss is a word for a woman that has not been married.

Mrs. is an abbreviation of the word Mistress, used as a title for a woman that is married or widowed.

Ms. is a title used for a woman whose marital status is unknown or irrelevant (as in business).

The letters Ms. are not an abbreviation of a word, they are an amalgamation drawn from the letters of Miss and Mrs.

On the other hand, a man is just a mister (Mr.)

You see men don’t have to determine their sexual availability like women.

—Laila Alsabahi (via boldnative)

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Why don’t you tell me that “if the girl had been worth having, she’d have waited for you?” No, sir, the girl really worth having won’t wait for anybody.

—F. Scott Fitzgerald  (via musingsinfemininity)

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perfect morning.

perfect morning.

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Silence may be as variously shaded as speech.

—Edith Wharton, The Reef (via proustitute)

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