- be thin
- give birth
- cook for you
- have long hair
- wear makeup
- have sex with you
- be feminine
- be graceful
- be fashionable
- wear pink
- love men
- be the media’s idea of perfection
- listen to your bullshit
- have a vagina
This is very true, but it’s important to remember that if a woman is feminine, graceful, shaves, diets, wears make up, or does any of these things in the list, it doesn’t make her a slave to patriarchy or any less of a feminist than you.
I get so excited when people send me asks, like you could literally just send me one that says pancakes and I’d be so flattered that you took the time to send me that
I’m not like you guys. I don’t have claws or glowing eyes or super senses. I just have voices in my head.
This story that’s been going around has been pissing me off so much. Like wow, maybe if you actually put a tenth of the effort that was put into this spreadsheet into figuring out what turns your wife on and off (hint: passive aggressive spreadsheet-making is probably a turn off), you wouldn’t be getting turned down so damn often.
Ugh I hate this so much. And of course, never read the comments. I saw so many saying “Sex is just a natural part of a relationship! Especially for men! Men have needs!”
1. Not everyone is interested in sex
2. Stop with the “men are just naturally more sexual” bullshit
3. You do not owe anyone sex ever. Can it be a bummer if you want it more often that your partner? Yeah, but that’s when you have to be an adult and talk to your partner about it.
"You do not owe anyone sex ever" being married doesn’t entitle you to another person’s body. Like why is that such a hard concept to grasp?
Exactly. You are never entitled to another persons’s body.
when my mum scolds me
Disney Villains Week:
Favorite Outfit: Helga Sinclair’s Black Dress
john oliver is really not fucking around