things i dont need in my life:
- those stringy things on the banana
- commercials on youtube
These are too fun.
This bandwagon has been on my dash for centuries so I thought it was about time to give in.
Ah yes… two of my childhood favorites in one.
Earlier we blogged our old Adventure Time crony Ian Jones-Quartey’s Cartoon Network pilot, “Lakewood Plaza Turbo.” Now it’s Rebecca Sugar’s turn. Here’s Rebecca’s original short for “Steven Universe,” soon to be a big fancy-schmancy, uke-laden series on CN. Congratulations, Rebecca. Please don’t forget us when you’re crowned the Queen of Cartoons.
Here is a very old promo poster I did before the pilot was even complete!
I can not believe how much the show has grown and changed since this pilot; the show will look amazing, the people I am working with are amazing, wait up for the series you guys it’s gonna be something else!!!
you’re the only one who understands me google
Fuck slut shaming.
It’s not slut shaming, it’s called self respect. You just don’t show your breasts all the time, they’re privates. Shut the fuck up.
why should anyone’s nipples be such a big deal though? it’s a bit weird to say that it’s okay for men to be shirtless and not women… I respect myself quite a bit and sometimes I’ve posed topless. it doesn’t make me a bad person and if someone loses respect over me showing a body part that literally everyone has, they’re regressive.
The reason breasts are considered “privates” is because misogynist culture oversexualizes the female breast despite it not being a sexual organ. The fact the males can go around shirtless in most public places (even if they are large enough to have breast-like pecs themselves) and females can’t is sexism, end of story.
Self respect isn’t about rather or not you show your breasts, it’s about being comfortable with your choices. If you want to pose topless, that’s okay. If you don’t, that’s okay too. What’s not okay is doing what the girls in the top picture are doing and saying you’re better than someone else because you choose one way and they chose another.
Telling women that they should be ashamed for choosing something that doesn’t hurt them or others (and by hurt them, I mean like choosing to do drugs or something like that), you are contributing to the patriarchy and oppression.
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“I wouldn’t buy her the “dolly” movie for Christmas.”
Submitted By: Dede B.
Location: Washington, United States