- pointed out acne
- treated you like a little slave (you get them EVERYTHING)
- made fun of people who you idolize
- made you feel like an outcast
- ever called you a mistake or worthless
- forced you to go to a place where you weren’t comfortable
- made jokes about your weight
- made you cry
- made you break down
- made you feel like you were all alone
If so I’m going to send each and everyone of you a message!
when u defeated a boss with only 1% left of ur health:
i got my ass ate in the men's room @ olive garden thnx for this opportunity
"And I would have gotten away with it too, if it weren’t for you meddling kids!" | Seven movies + the series that started it all
(Technically, this isn’t about saving your hands… but if you draw, you’re probably doing a lot of sitting, so…)
if you ever feel bad about yourself i want you to know that my catholic roommate once asked me what a pope was
she also asked me why guacamole tasted like avocados
she thought california was its own country (i literally have a list of shit she has said and i’m going to add to this every week)
Here’s an example of sexism in the media. It’s very subtle, but it’s insidious, and it’s everywhere.
Men’s washroom and women’s washroom, each with an ad in the mirror. Both ads are for the same car. However, the text is slightly changed - in the men’s, it tells you that you look a million bucks but would look even better in that car. In the women’s, it gives you concern that you’re having a bad hair day but that’d be okay if you had that car.
The men’s ad assumes you’re confident and powerful and tries to optimize that image. The women’s ad undermines your opinion of yourself and tells you how to fix it.
Seriously. That shit is fucked.