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Because when I was 13 years old, I was sent home for my tank top straps being a little too thin, but a boy could wear a Cool Story babe, Go Make Me A Sandwich shirt and not be looked at twice.

Because when I was 17 and I told a guy “No” and the next day the word tease was painted on my locker.

Because when I was 18 and just wanted to be friends, I was a bitch.

Because I feel the need to say “I have a boyfriend” instead of “No” because guys respect other men more than they would ever respect me.

Because society screams “don’t get raped” instead of “don’t rape”

Because I am scared to walk alone at 10 PM

Because being beautiful is the most important thing I’ll ever do.

Because when I wear my favorite skirt “I’m asking for it”

Because the song Blurred Lines exists

Because no means no no matter how you fucking spin it

Because a girl was drugged and raped with a beer bottle, and the boys who did it are out on bail.

Because I owe you nothing

Because pepper spray is a gift I receive yearly.

Because I am asked if I have a boyfriend more than I am asked about my mental health

Because my clothes say more about my consent then my mouth does.

Because the wage gap exists

Because “not all men are like that” is said way too often


Because I feel the need to say “I’m not a feminist but…”

Because I’m writing this fucking piece

When you ask why I’m angry? (via brennanat)

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One family shares their story of raising an amazing trans son named Ryland. Chills everywhere. 

I’m not crying, you’re crying. I hope everyone watches and spreads this.

this gives me hope for the future of acceptance.

This 💜

Omg I’ve never cried so much! This is beyond beautiful❤️💙

Tears everywhere

how come this doesn’t have more notes?! it’s the best video ever

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Breast cancer survivors stun in empowering monokini bathing suits

"I do not want to hide, I do not want to stop swimming, I do not want to undergo extensive plastic surgery operations and I do not want to be forced to use the uncomfortable prosthesis on the beach," Breast cancer survivor Elina Haltunnen said according to the Daily Mail Online. "I want to feel as free and active as I did before my cancer, and Monokini 2.0 gives me a chance to do exactly that."

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