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carasala:

my friend John just wrote the best post about catcalling possibly ever. 


diectoke:

k1mkardashian:

adultinsect:

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berlin1991:

gloomyteens:

i watch this every day

this is surreal

why did she leave omfg

k1mkardashian
literally this is you

i’m crying

modelling for jesus

tuucker:

irisowl:

So I walked into the dentist this morning. My dentist asked me how my weekend was. I said “Good, I watched Captain America last night. I really liked it.” And my dentist says “Oh, my son is in that movie.” At first I thought he was joking but then I realized

Dr. Robert Evans

I looked it up

My dentist is Captain America’s dad

My doctor is JK Rowling’s husband.

JK Rowling’s husband has asked me if I am sexually active.



youcanchoosefreedom:

parkingpowersactivate:

disneyfoodtravel:

Jean Valjean in the first 10 minutes of the movie:  I only stole a loaf of bread

literally me for the rest of Les Miserables:

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Fun fact! ^This line in Aladdin was a reference to Les Miserables. They had it because the girl who did the voice for Jasmine’s singing, Lea Salonga, played Eponine on broadway and is one of the most famous Eponines ever. She also went on to play Fantine and was the singing voice of Mulan

MIND=BLOWN



problackgirl:

we’ve taught girls to romanticise nearly everything a boy does. when i was younger i thought it was cute that boys chased the girl even after she said no. i loved it when after a girl moved away from a kiss, the guy would pull her back and force it on. i thought a guy saying ‘i won’t take a no for an answer’ was passionate and romantic. we’re literally always teaching girls to romanticise abusive traits.




Idina worked with animators to make elsa’s singing feel realistic. 
"They wanted to know how I sing, really, what do I do when I breath"


rainbowrites:

missdoodle:

mind-against-body:

happyheretic:

curiouslyhigh:

nabulungi:

lilo and stitch actually is the most depressing film that disney ever made

it’s literally about parents dying and a child being forced to raise her younger sister and about an alien coming and wrecking their house and having the fbi on their case only to show them true family and how to love each other when they feel so alone and really like no movie made me cry as a kid like this movie did

it’s also one of the most uplifting stories for the same reasons. nani is one of the strongest and most real characters in any disney movie imho, because here’s this girl who has been strong through losing her parents and having to raise her little sister. she’s doing the best she can by trying to find a new job, trying to keep her sister happy and safe, trying to work with CPS to keep her family together. she’s got to deal with having her whole world turned on its ear constantly and she is such a powerhouse. sure, she loses her cool, but in her situation, others would do it in far less productive ways. she is fantastically protective of lilo and just wants everything to be okay.

nani is the serious best character ever.

Lilo and Stitch is Disney’s greatest achievement imo.

Not to mention that Nani is one of the only (if not the only) animated Disney characters with an average body shape.  You can even see her little stomach rolls in the third gif.

Thank you Chris Sanders. 

it always makes me so happy that the most realistic Disney movie is one about adopting Elvis-impersonating aliens


disneh-world:

hecallsmepineappleprincess:

briannathestrange:

Merida and her radical hips ✧・゚:*✧・゚:* \(◕‿◕✿)/ *:・゚✧*:・゚✧

Them hips don’t lie

i see wee dingwall peepin at them hips


Anonymous Asked:
Can you explain why you're mad at Sam Pepper? It seems like it's pretty bad, so j don't want to watch the video but I'd like to know what it's about (thanks)

My answer:

fedmeapitachip:

Okay so a lot of people have been asking me this, I hope this answers all your questions! 

Basically, Sam Pepper is a YouTuber whose channel mostly consists of public pranks. He goes out in LA and interviews strangers, sometimes asking them very personal/uncomfortable questions. For example, “have you ever hooked up with someone off the internet before?” and “what has been your craziest sexual experience?”

In a video posted a month ago, (“InstaWhore Prank”) he asked for a random girl’s number. When she reasonably refused him, he offered to trade instragrams. Later she changed her mind, asked for his number and he called her a whore.

He starts arguments with strangers as well. Even something as simple as his “Stealing Dog Prank,” where he confronts strangers for stealing his dog, would definitely trigger my anxiety if I were to be put in that situation. 

Last year, though, he went too far. He posted a video entitled “How to Make Out with Strangers.” This video pissed me off for a lot of reasons, blatant misogyny aside. He went up to girls he thought were hot, would wrap his arm around their shoulder, explain the prank, and then move to kiss them. He did not ask them if they wanted to participate. He assumed they would. 

Imagine being put in that situation. Anyone would be uncomfortable, but if he approached a rape victim? Someone who has experienced firsthand a person forcing themselves onto them? 

This is sexual harassmentSexual harassment is the (unwelcome, inappropriate) bullying or coercion of a sexual nature. He forced himself on those women. They wouldn’t dare pull away. I mean, if you got offended, you were just taking the joke too seriously. You need to get a sense of humor. These kind of comments perpetuate rape culture! 

It is embarrassing how the YouTube community said nothing when this video was released. It is embarrassing how the video was never taken down, how it sits with 15 million views, with Sam’s viewers (mainly young girls!!) defending him and says it’s okay, 15 million views NORMALIZING RAPE CULTURE! 

This week he posted a similar video. “Fake Hand Ass Pinch Prank.” He walked up to random girls and, well, you can understand from the title. The video was horrifyingly disgusting, the fact that it has more likes than dislikes is horrifyingly disgusting, and the YouTube community as a whole not saying anything is horrifyingly disgusting. No matter the reason for not getting involved, all silence does is say “this is okay!”

YouTubers need to make it clear that videos like these are not okay. They need to state their disapproval, ask for the video to be taken down so millions of young, impressionable viewers DON’T GROW UP WITH THE IDEA THAT SEXUAL HARRASMENT IS OKAY. IT IS ACCEPTED. YOU SHOULDN’T GET MAD IF SOME STRANGE MAN COMES UP AND PINCHES YOUR ASS, OR FORCES YOU TO KISS THEM.

Don’t watch his videos. Don’t help his view count go up. Pressure YouTubers into taking a stand, because this is unacceptable.  


ostracizedpoodle:

I’m upset and I want new clothes





Hey, it's Heather!

If you want to know more about me, check my 'Me' page!

-*Galaxy defenders, stay forever*-





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