When you say yes to others, make sure you are not saying no to yourself.
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1:18 pm  •  23 July 2014  •  762 notes


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"Violet" by Hole

"I’m the one with no soul, one above and one below…"

10:04 am  •  23 July 2014  •  5,370 notes

Catcalling is not pleasant. It is not flattering. It is a reminder that, as women, we can’t even walk down the street or through a field without being scrutinised, objectified, and reduced to our looks. Even somewhere like a music festival, often considered to be a welcoming place with a great community, women can’t get away from this. It is intimidating, it is demeaning, and it makes many women feel unsafe. Countless women feel they have to change where they go, what they wear, or who they walk with, due to being harassed. It is not a compliment, and it should never be seen as “a bit of fun”.

It doesn’t matter that you have female friends. It doesn’t matter that you have female family that you love and respect. What shows your attitude towards women is not only how you treat the women you know well and care about, but how you treat the ones you don’t. The sexual objectification and harassment of women is one small part of why feminism and International Women’s Day are still necessary. If you can’t see the point of International Women’s Day, that is because you are part of the problem.

International Women’s Day and Thoughts on Street Harassment (Bras and Body Image)

(Source: brasandbodyimage)

6:54 am  •  22 July 2014  •  193 notes