10 Lessons From Girl-Power Movies

theradicalidea:

1. You deserve to be treated well, and you shouldn’t put up with people taking advantage of you or making you feel like crap.

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2. You should own who you are, and don’t let anyone make you feel bad about it.

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3. Don’t make someone a priority if they’re not willing to do the same.

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4….

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krystl-meth:

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thatonechick42:

littlecupcakenymph:

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Oh.My.God. 

There ARE ACTUAL REAL MEN OUT THERE??!

THAT RESPECT WOMEN?

THAT ACCEPT “no” FOR AN ANSWER?

What.is.happening.

Quick, reblog this everywhere so we can learn and grow as a species!

Exactly the type of response guys should give when girls say no to anything, from dates-to sex.

RARE!

i love this :) he is so respectful for a guy who’s icon is his dick


thenoiseinthesilence:

Damn straight


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Major study shows kids of same-sex couples are happier and healthier

gaywrites:

The biggest study of LGBT parents yet has shown the same conclusion — kids of same-sex parents fare just as well as, and often better than, kids of different-sex parents. 

Researchers from the University of Melbourne in Australia surveyed 315 same-sex parents of 500 children about their kids’ physical and mental health, self esteem, behavior, and a number of other factors. These children did about 6% better on measures of health and family cohesion than the general population, something that surprises no one.

"That’s really a measure that looks at how well families get along, and it seems that same-sex-parent families and the children in them are getting along well, and this has positive impacts on child health," lead researcher Dr. Simon Crouch told ABC. He elaborated that the study found same-sex parents “take on roles that are suited to their skill sets rather than falling into those gender stereotypes,” and the result is a “more harmonious family unit and therefore feeding on to better health and well being.”

The team noted that stigmatization of LGBT parents still plays a role, and is associated with worse mental health scores. Crouch says that these effects range from bullying in the playground to “negative rhetoric spoken about same-sex parent families and this has a negative impact on child health in this context.” In other words, the main challenge same-sex parents and their children face is actually bigotry.

I smile every time I read one of these stories. Anti-LGBT groups can scream “think of the children!” all they want, but in reality, the best thing you can do for kids is give them the loving, supportive parents who want to take care of them. 


flowersinthegraveyard99:

This is actually how it goes

Wow 516 notes?! Thank you guys so much

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precumming:

when youre trying to get somewhere but the person in front of you is walking extremely slow

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My sister :)