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lisafer:

errandofmercy:

oh my god Emma

*crying massive buckets of mommy feels*

I needed this today. :)

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When a guy tells me he doesn’t like that I’m a feminist

myfriendsaremarried:

and I’m like…
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sorayachemaly:

23 Women Show Us Their Favorite Position 

by Elizabeth Plank

When reality television star and fashion blogger Lauren Conrad was asked what her “favorite position” was on a live radio program a while back, the women listening held their breath. Read the whole piece

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clarainclara:

I see no lies here

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Orphan Black: Season 2 + white

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[Gun noises]

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ohsleeper:

durnesque-esque:

gailsimone:

thebanegrimm:

Left is the new Wonder Woman. Being deemed still too skinny and frail. Right is Kacy Catanzaro, the first female to advance to the finals of American Ninja. Considered strong and inspiring to female athletes. Stop assuming someone is weak based off your closed minded ignorant ideals.

Wow.
I hadn’t really considered this. Interesting point!

I’m a yes and no on this. Some people are taking the tact: “oh she’s too tiny to be strong,” and yeah… that’s just not true.
Others, however, are making the point that being tall and more largely, muscularly built is a characteristic of Wonder Woman’s they prefer and appreciate that has been overlooked in favor of Hollywood’s standards of beauty: petite delicateness for females. And I get that too. 
I’m a pretty pocket-sized Wonder Woman myself and those of you who follow me know how riled up I get when people *usually men* think I’m not physically strong and capable, but that doesn’t mean I don’t really appreciate the more brawny and “Amazonian” physique of Wonder Woman that Gal Gadot just doesn’t match up to. 
So yes and no. Women of all sizes can be strong. Especially when you’re talking Wonder Women.
I do still wish that they’d made Gina Torres Wonder Woman though… or someone more of her physique. 

I agree ^
It’s great they can see the strength and power in such a petite bad ass. Not to sound cheesy but fuck it, “A persons a person no matter how small”. Even the smallest frame can pack a mighty “Amazonian worthy” punch.
 I feel the reason they have made the new Wonder Woman so petite is to conform another strong woman into a small box. I mean come on, she can wield Mjolnir!!!!! SHE IS A AMAZONIAN PRINCESS!! SHE IS WONDER WOMAN!!! 
I have nothing but respect for Lynda Cater. She came in and gave life to a very much needed, insanely strong female role model for little girls. When Superman was catering to little boys, lighting up their eyes. When the dreams of being super heros were growing in them. Little girls were seen as weirdo and boyish and stupid for wanting the same thing. She swooped in and gave a physical reality of Wonder Woman. So that is something that will never be unappreciated and thanked enough for.
Lynda was still very feminine to appease the male audience and Hollywoods standards of what a woman should be. “Wonder” or not.
I would have loved an actually representation of Wonder Woman. Broad shouldered, thick thighs that could snap someones neck, forearms made for back handing the sexist spit out from the mouths of men, a shadow so tall and dark it blocked the sun and froze her enemies in their tracks. 
You can’t tell me that there aren’t brilliant strong, hard working female actresses out there that don’t fit that mold.
I mean hell, there are plenty of male actors that they shape to fill a role! Example Chris Pratt, he worked his ass off! He lost so much weight and gained so much muscle to play StarLord. Another example, Christian Bale, bulked up like crazy to play Batman..
I think that they should have someone to fill the shoes of Wonder Woman. Instead of the other way around. They didn’t cast Chris Pratt as Chris Pratt for StarLord. They didn’t cast Bale as Bale. They built the person to fit who the SUPERHERO has been portrayed as in comics and cinema..
The list goes on and on too..

GIVE US A WONDER WOMAN!!!

ohsleeper:

durnesque-esque:

gailsimone:

thebanegrimm:

Left is the new Wonder Woman. Being deemed still too skinny and frail.
Right is Kacy Catanzaro, the first female to advance to the finals of American Ninja. Considered strong and inspiring to female athletes.
Stop assuming someone is weak based off your closed minded ignorant ideals.

Wow.

I hadn’t really considered this. Interesting point!

I’m a yes and no on this. Some people are taking the tact: “oh she’s too tiny to be strong,” and yeah… that’s just not true.

Others, however, are making the point that being tall and more largely, muscularly built is a characteristic of Wonder Woman’s they prefer and appreciate that has been overlooked in favor of Hollywood’s standards of beauty: petite delicateness for females. And I get that too. 

I’m a pretty pocket-sized Wonder Woman myself and those of you who follow me know how riled up I get when people *usually men* think I’m not physically strong and capable, but that doesn’t mean I don’t really appreciate the more brawny and “Amazonian” physique of Wonder Woman that Gal Gadot just doesn’t match up to. 

So yes and no. Women of all sizes can be strong. Especially when you’re talking Wonder Women.

I do still wish that they’d made Gina Torres Wonder Woman though… or someone more of her physique. 

I agree ^

It’s great they can see the strength and power in such a petite bad ass. Not to sound cheesy but fuck it, “A persons a person no matter how small”. Even the smallest frame can pack a mighty “Amazonian worthy” punch.

 I feel the reason they have made the new Wonder Woman so petite is to conform another strong woman into a small box. I mean come on, she can wield Mjolnir!!!!! SHE IS A AMAZONIAN PRINCESS!! SHE IS WONDER WOMAN!!! 

I have nothing but respect for Lynda Cater. She came in and gave life to a very much needed, insanely strong female role model for little girls. When Superman was catering to little boys, lighting up their eyes. When the dreams of being super heros were growing in them. Little girls were seen as weirdo and boyish and stupid for wanting the same thing. She swooped in and gave a physical reality of Wonder Woman. So that is something that will never be unappreciated and thanked enough for.

Lynda was still very feminine to appease the male audience and Hollywoods standards of what a woman should be. “Wonder” or not.

I would have loved an actually representation of Wonder Woman. Broad shouldered, thick thighs that could snap someones neck, forearms made for back handing the sexist spit out from the mouths of men, a shadow so tall and dark it blocked the sun and froze her enemies in their tracks. 

You can’t tell me that there aren’t brilliant strong, hard working female actresses out there that don’t fit that mold.

I mean hell, there are plenty of male actors that they shape to fill a role! Example Chris Pratt, he worked his ass off! He lost so much weight and gained so much muscle to play StarLord. Another example, Christian Bale, bulked up like crazy to play Batman..

I think that they should have someone to fill the shoes of Wonder Woman. Instead of the other way around. They didn’t cast Chris Pratt as Chris Pratt for StarLord. They didn’t cast Bale as Bale. They built the person to fit who the SUPERHERO has been portrayed as in comics and cinema..

The list goes on and on too..

GIVE US A WONDER WOMAN!!!

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that-big-gay-impala:

THE SARCASM IN THIS POST IN LETHAL

that-big-gay-impala:

THE SARCASM IN THIS POST IN LETHAL

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Women who choose to wear the hijab or fast or observe any form of religious practice are fighting the same battle as any Christian, Jewish, or Hindu feminist. Her hijab doesn’t illustrate a man’s authority over her, but rather her control over her own body, which is an invaluable message for a society where the hyper-sexualization of women is a norm. Think about that the next time you see a Muslim woman out on the street.

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ZKB, Why Being a Muslim Woman Makes Me a Better Feminist

Guys! I’ve started writing for FeminspireGuys!

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WHEN I CAN’T TELL IF SOMEONE IS BEING SERIOUS OR IS JUST REALLY STUPID

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