Makeup is FUN, creative, colorful, and an artistic form of expression.
Women and men can wear it for whatever reason they want…and most of the time, it’s NOT because of the social demands for beauty or to simply “impress” people. And even if those were the reasons, LAY OFF.
I am all right with this ad campaign. It uses simple text that emphasizes that individual women have their own individual reasons for wearing makeup as opposed to just putting some airbrushed celebrity at the forefront and making people feel ugly.
This ad campaign does get to the point as to why I wear and love makeup: because I want to. I wear makeup because I think it’s pretty, interesting, versatile, dynamic, and it makes me feel like I want to feel. I don’t need to wear makeup. I do not wear makeup for anyone other than myself. Makeup is about joy and becoming whomever you are!
Whatever went wrong, went horribly wrong.
JESUS FUCKING CHRIST THANK YOU FOR THIS
So division of our culture that Blatantly disrespects, sexualizes, and harrasses women shouldn’t be called on it because it deals with video games? Fuck off OP.
OP cultures evolve which means feminists have to adapt and challenge the new values in the status quo that hurt not only women but other minorities as well.
Nothing went wrong times change and we adapted.
Feminist are still embracing the “We can do it” attitude. We are applying it to an industry where almost half of the audience is women yet aren’t acknowledged fully by a majority of those in said area.
Her face says ‘really? You’re really taking pictures of me buying this random ass thing in a store? Is this real life? Can you not?’
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This is true. I saw a documentary about it. Men’s orgasm faces are allowed in teenage comedies rated PG13, but women’s orgasm faces can often push it into NC-17 territory, no joke. [x]
This is pretty much the equation:
women receiving abuse = PG-13/R
women receiving pleasure = R/NC-17
there is a whole documentary about women vs men and sex vs violence and film ratings. i recommend it
The Documentary is called “This Film Is Not Yet Rated”
I LOVE THIS DOCUMENTARY
This Film is Not Yet Rated is a fantastic documentary. They go deep into the hypocrisy and double standards that abound in ratings. They also delve into the oligarchy and nepotism present in the MPAA.
no one probably cares but i found this pretty interesting. that druggie from orange is the new black
that girl in star trek and avatar
and britney spears
were three bffs together in a movie in 2002
holy fucking shit
This guy stopped watching porn — and he wants you to know why. Gender activist Ran Gavrieli felt that most of the images he saw in porn encouraged negative, even violent, attitudes toward women, despite a recent wave of feminist porn. So he pulled the plug, and found that his personal sex life and private fantasies became much more fulfilling.
In his talk at TEDxJaffa, he advocates for physically and emotionally-safe sex, as well as erotica that shows a wider range of fulfilling sexual experiences — including the intimacy of human connection, laughter, and touch. Watch his talk here.
this one time in art class we were painting and my teacher was like
"hannah take off your jacket id hate for you to get paint on your led zeppelin sweater"
and i was just like
the only Christmas post that matters
my dad would do some shit like this
WHY DO I CARE SO MUCH ABOUT AN ASSHOLE IN A LONG COAT
This is applicable to so many different fandoms it...
- Women are sharing their comebacks to instances of everyday sexism
and it’s amazing
but wait there’s more
- “My editor won’t let any of the characters swear. Which is sometimes difficult because Ron is definitely a boy who would swear.”