recoveryisbeautiful:

perkins-psychology:

Loving yourself is a big step in being mentally healthy. Many people with or without mental disorders see themselves in a negative light. Here are some tips on how to change that.

Boys need posts like this too…

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"No matter how many times you tell people to stop threatening to rape women who have opinions on the internet, as long as you are willing to discredit, ignore, and brush off those same women you are not at all being the ally you like to think yourself to be."

"One of the most sinister things about normalized racism is you don’t have to have bad intentions to be racist, you just have to remain ignorant."

lotofwater:

Sexism is a social disease.
Our disease.

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Anonymous asked:
I do not look down on a woman (or anybody for that matter) for having casual sex or being promiscuous (the problems arise when people can't control it, or abuse it, but that's a different issue). I do prefer a partner that isn't into casual sex or is promiscuous, for a relationship. I know plenty of women hold this same standard, they prefer a man that isn't very promiscuous or having much casual sex. Now, does this preference perpetuate an oppressive society according to this blog's platform?

fearlessfeminism:

That’s a good question.

I don’t think it’s a problem to hold this view for you and your sex life. Preferring a partner to not be into casual sex in my mind is just another preference. The problem comes in when people shame others for making their own sexual decisions. Even if you’re not interested in dating someone because they have a lot of casual sex, I think as long as you don’t shame them for doing that, just look at it as being a sexual incompatibility, it’s not based in shame. There’s a huge difference between “EW You shouldn’t do that!” and “I’m just not sexually compatible with you.”

So to answer your question, no, this preference doesn’t perpetuate an oppressive society according to my blog’s platform :)

dvnbroch:

I am Merida, first born descendant of Clan DunBroch.

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obeahwoman:

6 Selfies - 2014

I’m late and all y’all already did it so…

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