Jun. 9, 2013
Nov. 28, 2012
If women really were fated to be significantly more anxious than men, we would expect them to start showing this nervousness at a very young age, right? Yet precisely the opposite is true: According to the UCLA anxiety expert Michelle Craske, in the first few months of infants’ lives, it’s boys who show greater emotional neediness. While girls become slightly more prone to negative feelings than boys at two years (which, coincidentally, is the age at which kids begin learning gender roles), research has shown that up until age 11, girls and boys are equally likely to develop an anxiety disorder. By age 15, however, girls are six times more likely to have one than boys are.
Apr. 13, 2012
Some people will never understand the kind of super power it takes for some people to just walk outside.
Nov. 8, 2011
Axe murderer lurking outside my window!
Heathen. Vegan. Feminist.
love love love:
♥ Philip Pullman's His Dark Materials;
♥ Margaret Atwood (especially the Mad Adam series & The Handmaid's Tale);
♥ The Hunger Games;
♥ The X-Files;
♥ (Mostly) everything Joss Whedon; and
♥ Unicorns, narwhals, time travel & zombies (not necessarily in that order).
Also, I'd rather pretend that season 6 of Lost never happened, and that Alias ended with the 2003 Superbowl episode.
V for Vegan
POP! goes The Vegan.
Animal Rights & Anti-Oppression
The PPP blog
fuck yeah vegan pizza
fuck yeah vegan ice cream
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