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bombing:

attention passengers this is your pilot speaking, we’re going to be experiencing some heavy turbulence shortly so please strap in. this loser just bet that i couldn’t do a 360 barrel roll in this thing and let’s just say i’m about to be $20 richer real soon

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laughterkey:

zoomwitch:

number-one-mollusc-fan:

snerky:

incredible

holy shit

look at this

I don’t even know where to begin.

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lexienalley:

GIF of a storm out west that I drove through for about 4 hours that I made

nice

first-reactionss:

lexienalley:

GIF of a storm out west that I drove through for about 4 hours that I made

nice

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  • Daughter: Hey dad, can I get a new phone?
  • Dad: What's the magic word?
  • Daughter: Irene
  • Dad: Irene?
  • Daughter: Yeah, you know like the name of the girl you are having an affair with.
  • Dad: So did you say you wanted an iPhone or Android?
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I decided to take nudes today, and this is how they turned out.  lol
In light of the recently leaked celebrity nudes, I want to talk about slut-shaming and how we as women need to support each other.  The hegemonism of slut-shaming is institutionalized in public school systems, it starts in kindergarten and manifests into many aspects of the female life in adulthood.  Society dictates so much of how a woman is supposed to keep her body—we say we want hairless legs and a skinny waist and to be sexy but not easy and to have an athletic aesthetic but no bulging muscles, (and if we don’t conform to these ideals we are made to feel ashamed) and if you really stop to consider these ideals of beauty, you have to wonder where they come from.  Religion? Media? Men? Other women?  Wherever these ideals come from, they’re ridiculous.  If a woman chooses to exercise her right to have sex with multiple partners, society deems her a slut.  If a woman chooses to ride naked on a wrecking ball in a music video, society deems her a slut.  If a woman takes nude pictures of herself, society deems her a slut.  Like it’s a bad thing for a woman to be in complete control of her sexuality and body.  
I think it’s very sad and unfortunate that those celebrity nude photos were leaked because they are a breech of privacy.  But at the same time I don’t condemn the celebrities for taking those photos because, you know what, if they feel beautiful and comfortable naked in front of a camera, then good for them!  I sometimes can’t even look at myself without feeling ashamed of a little body fat, but I hope one day I will truly feel comfortable with myself and accept  the skin I’m in.  And I want that for ALL women. 

mgyang:

I decided to take nudes today, and this is how they turned out.  lol

In light of the recently leaked celebrity nudes, I want to talk about slut-shaming and how we as women need to support each other.  The hegemonism of slut-shaming is institutionalized in public school systems, it starts in kindergarten and manifests into many aspects of the female life in adulthood.  Society dictates so much of how a woman is supposed to keep her body—we say we want hairless legs and a skinny waist and to be sexy but not easy and to have an athletic aesthetic but no bulging muscles, (and if we don’t conform to these ideals we are made to feel ashamed) and if you really stop to consider these ideals of beauty, you have to wonder where they come from.  Religion? Media? Men? Other women?  Wherever these ideals come from, they’re ridiculous.  If a woman chooses to exercise her right to have sex with multiple partners, society deems her a slut.  If a woman chooses to ride naked on a wrecking ball in a music video, society deems her a slut.  If a woman takes nude pictures of herself, society deems her a slut.  Like it’s a bad thing for a woman to be in complete control of her sexuality and body. 

I think it’s very sad and unfortunate that those celebrity nude photos were leaked because they are a breech of privacy.  But at the same time I don’t condemn the celebrities for taking those photos because, you know what, if they feel beautiful and comfortable naked in front of a camera, then good for them!  I sometimes can’t even look at myself without feeling ashamed of a little body fat, but I hope one day I will truly feel comfortable with myself and accept  the skin I’m in.  And I want that for ALL women. 

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