How to Live with Introverts, explained and illustrated perfectly by Schroeder Veidt !
This is so perfect. ;-; Yes. except I have a bunny ball.
Just stay out of my room and I will be happy.
we’re like cats
don’t go over to a cat and pick them up and hold them forcefully in your lap, trying to stroke them until they “calm down”
if you just sit there long enough the cat is eventually going to come over and jump in your lap
unless you’re an asshole or something
This! This! This! I want a make a poster of this and hang it on the outside of my door, so everyone has to read it before entering.
“Girls shouldn’t have short hair. It doesn’t look right.”
“You look better with long hair.”
“Why’d you cut your hair so short?”
“I don’t like it when girls have short hair.”
“You really should grow your hair out.”
So much love. My favorite reaction to cutting all my hair off was when this sexist guy who had for some reason been hitting on me for weeks saw it and started stammering, trying to contain his disappointment: “Holy…holy shit. You just…you just cut it all off and now you look like a b….I mean. Holy shit.” Note to girls everywhere: want to get the materialistic assholes off your trail? Do something disgusting to them like cut off your hair (or stop cutting off your other hair, wink, wink)
When will misogynistic and homophobic ranting and raving result in meaningful repercussions in the entertainment industry? When will they be treated with the same seriousness as racist and anti-Semitic offenses? While an artist who can barely get a fragment sentence out without using homophobic slurs is celebrated on the cover of every magazine, blog and newspaper,
I’m disheartened that any self-respecting human being could stand in support with a message so vile.
Sara Quin (via myyouthisslippin)
All the more reason to love Sara Quin.
A woman’s worst nightmare? That’s pretty easy. Novelist Margaret Atwood writes that when she asked a male friend why men feel threatened by women, he answered, “They are afraid women will laugh at them.” When she asked a group of women why they feel threatened by men, they said, “We’re afraid of being killed.
Ahhh. Yeah. This is why sexist jokes aren’t funny: because for some women, if they do stray out of the kitchen, or if they do fail to make their husband a sandwich, they are beaten. So. Let’s not joke about it, okay?