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  1. 18

    Sep

  2. fuckboysupreme:

bittercontender:

Don’t be scared to be a bitch - in some situations it’s necessary

“good dick will imprison you”

    fuckboysupreme:

    bittercontender:

    Don’t be scared to be a bitch - in some situations it’s necessary

    “good dick will imprison you”

    (Source: blackberryvision)

  3. 18

    Sep

  4. sorayachemaly:

    AAUW’s new Gender #PayGap Data for foro 2013: typical woman in the US earned 78% of men’s earnings. And, Senate Republicans just blocked the Paycheck Fairness Act - every one of them: http://on.msnbc.com/1uR9tHI

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    Sep

  6. (Source: ruanv)

  7. Source: damnitdisney
    18

    Sep

  8. 
I think it’s important to identify yourself [a feminist]. It’s important for women to band together, feel proud and strong, and work really hard to be heard.

    I think it’s important to identify yourself [a feminist]. It’s important for women to band together, feel proud and strong, and work really hard to be heard.

    (Source: lesbianforgerard)

  9. Source: makomoris
    18

    Sep

  10. mrskidderkat:

    Nicki Minaj speaking on why she hired Vlogger Beat Face Honey as her personal makeup artist

    "She shook her ass in a video and she raps about sex. She’s a terrible role model."

    LOLOK

    (Source: yungnics)

  11. 18

    Sep

  12. chrisprattawesomesource:

    Getting in shape with Chris Pratt

  13. Source: hagridsbooty
    18

    Sep

  14. Source: micdotcom
    18

    Sep

  15. My logic class gives me a headache. EVERY DAMN TIME.

  16. 18

    Sep

  17. gay8:

    when someone being rude AF but you can’t think of anything to shade them about at the moment…

    image

    (Source: thisblogisnotgovernmentapproved)

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    Sep

  19. iraffiruse:

    Frozach Submitted

    If you need some sort of product in your hair to manage your hairstyle, then the hairstyle isn’t good, find another. A good hairdresser will know how to cut hair so that it dries (naturally) in a way that looks good on you.

  20. 18

    Sep

  21. (Source: princesconsuela)

  22. Source: brttaperry
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  23. explore-blog:

In Emily Spivack’s altogether fantastic storytelling project Worn Stories, Piper Kerman writes about the vintage suit she wore at her final court appearance and sentencing, a key moment in her memoir-turned-TV-hit Orange Is the New Black:

As your case wends through the system, you barely speak in court; the prosecutor and defense attorney do most of the talking. Unlike 80 percent of criminal defendants, I could afford to hire a lawyer, and I was lucky that he was a very good and experienced one. He had advocated long and hard with the prosecutor on my behalf, and then the day came where his work and my case would be decided by the judge, a Reagan appointee to the federal bench.
Most criminal defendants wear whatever they are given by their attorney or family to their sentencing ; a lot of people are too poor to afford bail, and so they have been wearing jailhouse orange for many months before ever getting their day in court. I was much more fortunate; when I flew to Chicago to be sentenced to prison, I had three choices of court attire in my suitcase. A cadet-blue pantsuit, a very severe navy coatdress, and a wild card I had packed at the last minute: a vintage fifties pencil-skirt suit I had bought on eBay, in a coffee and cream tweed with a subtle sky blue check. It looked like something a Hitchcock heroine would have worn.
“That’s the one,” said my lawyer, pointing to the skirt suit. “We want the judge to be reminded of his own daughter or niece or neighbor when he looks at you.”
For someone standing for judgment, the importance of being seen as a complete human being, someone who is more than just the contents of the file folders that rest on the bench in front of His or Her Honor, cannot be overstated.

More fantastic wearable memoirs curated by Spivack here.

    explore-blog:

    In Emily Spivack’s altogether fantastic storytelling project Worn Stories, Piper Kerman writes about the vintage suit she wore at her final court appearance and sentencing, a key moment in her memoir-turned-TV-hit Orange Is the New Black:

    As your case wends through the system, you barely speak in court; the prosecutor and defense attorney do most of the talking. Unlike 80 percent of criminal defendants, I could afford to hire a lawyer, and I was lucky that he was a very good and experienced one. He had advocated long and hard with the prosecutor on my behalf, and then the day came where his work and my case would be decided by the judge, a Reagan appointee to the federal bench.

    Most criminal defendants wear whatever they are given by their attorney or family to their sentencing ; a lot of people are too poor to afford bail, and so they have been wearing jailhouse orange for many months before ever getting their day in court. I was much more fortunate; when I flew to Chicago to be sentenced to prison, I had three choices of court attire in my suitcase. A cadet-blue pantsuit, a very severe navy coatdress, and a wild card I had packed at the last minute: a vintage fifties pencil-skirt suit I had bought on eBay, in a coffee and cream tweed with a subtle sky blue check. It looked like something a Hitchcock heroine would have worn.

    “That’s the one,” said my lawyer, pointing to the skirt suit. “We want the judge to be reminded of his own daughter or niece or neighbor when he looks at you.”

    For someone standing for judgment, the importance of being seen as a complete human being, someone who is more than just the contents of the file folders that rest on the bench in front of His or Her Honor, cannot be overstated.

    More fantastic wearable memoirs curated by Spivack here.

  24. Source: explore-blog
    18

    Sep

  25. Can’t I just stay home and watch netflix all day? Can someone pay me for that?

  26. 18

    Sep

  27. I really don’t feel like dealing with school today. DON’T MAKE ME DO THINGS!

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