90% of male population

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again, i can see this being extremely useful for sex workers who perform irl sexual labour in a one on one setting

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Random crow shows up on dude’s porch, looks him straight in the face and says ‘fuck you’

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like ok from the day she got on the hogwarts express, people were making fun of her and she’s never viewed as pretty or attractive until the moment in the first gif.

and because ron is fuckin jealous, he makes her feel like shit and ugh it’s like her one night of being someone else is just shattered and and and


I get really annoyed with people who are like “well she could have asked ron first instead of screaming at him to not use her as a last resort.”

well… no. She was asked by krum right away. She wanted to go with him. She wasn’t going alone and moaning that Ron hadn’t asked her. Her objection was to being treated like she should have been available to him, and being treated like she was lying about having a date. And who the fuck wouldn’t be offended by somebody thinking that they’re so undesirable that they made up a date?

this post actually made me almost cry no joke

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seeing myself as beautiful, giving up the notion of guilty pleasures, and learning to cut off toxic people are the best decisions i have ever made 

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Anonymous asked:

Do you see the irony in posting about people having concerns about high school's named after confederate generals when you go to a college that fought for the confederacy?

Of course I do, but I also have never supported that bit of history.

What I mean to say, is that despite many people’s objections and attempts to bring back the past, The Citadel as an organization has tried to move past that part of their history and adapt to become more than just what the students of 150 years ago did during the Civil War. Nowadays, around 1/3 of each graduating class joins the US Armed Forces, which is, some might say, supporting the Union after all this time, but The Citadel and its graduates have been a part of the Armed Forces since The Citadel’s reopening in 1882 (and supporting the Union before that during the Mexican-American War.)

Some people state that they are honoring their history and it would be wrong to ignore those cadets’ sacrifice for what they thought was right, and although I cannot wholly agree with them, to be ashamed of my school for the actions of a few in the past would be like shaming the entirety of the modern-day South because it attempted to secede in the 1860’s, instead of viewing it as what it is now. You can make judgments based on what is currently happening in the South, and while some of its issues do have roots in the Civil War, you can’t stay stuck in that time. If there are problems, they are current and must be dealt with in the present day. Acknowledge their far-reaching implications and their roots, but fix them in the here-and-now; we can’t change the past, but we can alter the future. 

Besides, I benefit from the education and leadership that I receive from The Citadel now, but that doesn’t mean that I won’t take a stand for what I think is right. There have been many changes within the organization in just the three years that I have been a cadet, and those changes are minuscule when compared to what the school has gone through in terms of development and growth since its establishment. 

No, I do not support the cries of “the South will rise again!” and various racist/sexist rhetoric or constant reminders of oppression in any form. I attend The Citadel. I am proud to attend The Citadel, because the organization is striving to make principled leaders out of its students, not to defend oppression or live in the past. It is moving forward and constantly evolving, trying to find the right path down which to tread to better find justice and equity, while maintaining its rigid structure and morality. 

Don’t throw the baby out with the bathwater, especially when it is much cleaner, if not completely different, water than before. 


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