Ask me anything   18 year-old Canadian. I reblog whatever I feel like, including feminist stuff, Game of Thrones, pretty pictures and funny things.

Stephen King’s Top 20 Rules for Writers →

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think about the concept of a library. that’s one thing that humanity didn’t fuck up. we did a good thing when we made libraries

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it literally stresses me out how much good music there is that i still haven’t listened to

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Whenever I hear people say that classical music is boring I just want to remind them that Tchaikovsky’s 1812 Overture called for a cannon to be fired a total of 16 times.


remove cattle from stage

that’s not even the best partimagekey terms include:

  • balance your chair on two legs”
  • "continue swimming motion"
  • "insert peanuts"
  • "play ball!"
  • "release the penguins"
  • "gradually become agitated"
  • "light explosives now….. and…..   ….. now."

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tips for college:

  • no 1 cares if you eat alone in the dining hall
  • dont be scared of upperclassmen they dont care
  • dont raise your hand to go to the bathroom 
  • dont bring a handwritten sick note from ur mom

these are accurate and important…in first year I kept raising my hand to go to the bathroom and the profs were like “k but why are you telling me..”
12 years of that habit being ingrained into my soul is hard to erase

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I think as society [slowly] becomes more accepting of trans. people and non-binary people it’s going to help dissolve all the stupid gender norms that still run our lives but that we like to pretend don’t exist anymore.

Not trying to take the focus away from actual trans/gender queer people’s rights. Just saying.

It would be nice for people to just start seeing each other as individuals, as people, without always needing to know what genitals we have.

ie: the obvious sexist difference in the way restaurant patrons treat me as a waitress compared to my male coworker, who gets significant more respect esp. from men. 

the stupidity of elementary school teachers asking for “strong boys” to help carry things when there’s literally no difference between the strength of male and female 8 year olds.

The way people tend to say that’s great for a woman as if women are held to different standards and place in a separate category when it comes to education, careers, independence…

the way how in public people are so judgmental of other’s appearances, and often critical of people who don’t conform to gendered dress, even if they’re cis. Like if you see a woman with hairy legs people freak out but if it turns out to be a man everyone’s okay, and same with a man wearing a skirt…

In short, thank you to trans & genderqueer people cause you are just showing the world that while gender can be important in how we identify ourselves, it shouldn’t dictate the way you choose to live your life or the way you are treated by other people.

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#thoughts  #lgbtq  #gender 


If you’re in public and you can’t figure out a stranger’s gender, follow these steps:

  • Don’t worry about it.

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