guys

aru:

if i ever see any of you in public, the code is

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that way we know we’re from tumblr without revealing anything

(via gnarly)

Please Like Me

altlitpress:

I am going to buy thirty large tubs (750g) of Nutella and use a wooden spatula to smear it all over myself.
After several hours I will add a new coat, repeating this process until my Nutella supply runs out.
And then I will leave it on for two weeks.
Let it marinate my vibe.
People like Nutella.
People will like me.

(via burnlikeabeacon)

cremebuns:

A man just walked past me and said “excuse me, but you look very nice tonight darlin” I said thank you and he said you’re welcome and walked off. And that is how you compliment a woman without harassing them

(via countryr0ads)

ridiculoser:

ridiculoser:

lol I changed what gay autocorrects to in my friends phone so he’ll stop using it as a derogatory term.

so i texted him pretending i was coming out of the closet and this is fantastic


HAHAHAHAHAHA YES

ridiculoser:

ridiculoser:

lol I changed what gay autocorrects to in my friends phone so he’ll stop using it as a derogatory term.

so i texted him pretending i was coming out of the closet and this is fantastic

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HAHAHAHAHAHA YES

(via aworldfortheyoung)

policymic:

Gender stereotypes are limiting our sons and our daughters

Patriarchal notions of manhood don’t just harm women, they hurt men. Toxic definitions of masculinity lead to well-documented problems like high rates of gun violence, suicide and sexual violence. That’s why organizations like the Representation Project are committed to advancing the discussion about how gender limits the freedoms of both women and men. They recognize that society’s gender ideals aren’t only damaging for women; they’re universally harmful.

Their latest video examines how stereotypes constrain all people from the moment they are born.

Watch the full video | Follow policymic

(Source: micdotcom, via veryhappyvegan)