Halloween is right around the corner folks…
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i just watched the 2005 pride and prejudice FOR THE FIRST TIME and i am UNBELIEVABLY DELICATE ABOUT IT. i didn’t think i had it in me to care about regency era straights but HERE I AM, mascara stained and HIGHLY ATTACHED. when he flexed his hand after touching her i LITERALLY FELT GRAVITY ABANDON ME. 2005 was so long ago what have i been DOING that was MORE IMPORTANT THAN THIS MOVIE? NOTHING
Something hilariously awesome took place in Cincinnati, Ohio on Friday, September 20th: the 2013 Hillshire Farm Running of the Wieners. 100 energetic dachshunds dressed in hot dog bun costumes (complete with plush ketchup and mustard) ran their hearts out in the race at Fountain Square. This annual race is the official opening event for Oktoberfest-Zinzinnati.
This year’s winners were Mitzi (1st), Buster (2nd), and Dunn (3rd). But one look at the photos makes it clear that every single competitor was a champion.
Photos by Jay Murdock
[via Design You Trust]
looking up hedgehogs on craigslist and considering buying one way too seriously
that it literally doesnt exist and is like a nigh-offensive thought. it takes the very real concept of bi erasure and phrases it in such a toneless way that it ends up arguing that lesbian women have some sort of material privilege over bi women where that simply isnt the fucking case.
I think the concept speaks to a well-meaning but sloppy tendency to take any given binary categorization one can find, and assign it a privileged/oppressed dynamic, regardless of any material observations
"monosexual" is technically a valid category. it’s not a very useful category for practical purposes, since it arbitrarily takes a subset of queer people and says “we will group these people together with straight people”, but it is technically a coherent dichotomy. where things fall apart is when one assumes that because the dichotomy exists, a direct and consistent privilege dynamic must exist also
We have all heard the maxim “If you do not love yourself, you will be unable to love anyone else.” It sounds good. Yet more often than not we feel some degree of confusion when we hear this statement. The confusion arises because most people who think they are not lovable have this perception because at some point in their lives they were socialized to see themselves as unlovable by forces outside their control. We are not born knowing how to love anyone, either ourselves or somebody else. However, we are born able to respond to care. As we grow we can give and receive attention, affection, and joy. Whether we learn how to love ourselves and others will depend on the presence of a loving environment
Bell Hooks, All About Love (via abipolarblog)
lmao debunking these skinny white girl quotes