Sep. 9, 2013

uninhabited-paradise:

Neil Patrick Harris - The OUT List [x]

(via dickkcasablancas)

#neil patrick harris #Gender Roles #lgbtq


Nov. 7, 2012

#feminism #gender roles


Jun. 29, 2012
doctorwho:

Rory Pond is comfortable knowing that rigid and sexist gender roles are certainly not attractive.
latenight-nostalgia:

So this just happened…..

doctorwho:

Rory Pond is comfortable knowing that rigid and sexist gender roles are certainly not attractive.

latenight-nostalgia:

So this just happened…..

(Source: loving-you-is-bread, via thefaultinselene)

#gender roles #doctor who #rory pond


Apr. 24, 2012
whoneedsfeminism:

My daughters should not have a truck grabbed out of their hands by an adult and handed to a male cousin because, “This is a boy toy anyway.”
My son shouldn’t be ridiculed because his favorite color is pink.  

whoneedsfeminism:

My daughters should not have a truck grabbed out of their hands by an adult and handed to a male cousin because, “This is a boy toy anyway.”

My son shouldn’t be ridiculed because his favorite color is pink.  

(via timeandrelativedaisyinspace)

#feminism #gender #who needs feminism #toys #children #gender roles #sexism #misogyny


Apr. 23, 2012

#gender #gender roles #signage #masculinity #feminism #protest


Mar. 8, 2012

(Source: ironmans, via veganmudblood)

#iron man #gender roles #feminism


Feb. 24, 2012
thesavagesalad:

kitschy-kat:

beardsbeerandliterarybadassery:

disgustinghuman:

sex-positive-bitches:

Kristen Stewart: smiling is not an obligation, professional or otherwise

 ”She stands out on the red carpet because she does not smile broadly or pose; she usually looks slightly uncomfortable. Of her red-carpet experience,Stewart said:People say that I’m miserable all the time. It’s not that I’m miserable, it’s just that somebody’s yelling at me…I literally, sometimes, have to keep myself from crying…It’s a physical reaction to the energy that’s thrown at you.”
“Stewart is often a target of a specific kind of body policing: the “smile, baby” requirement. When she appears on the red carpet and does not assure us with her teeth that she is simply thrilled to be reduced to a presence, a dress, a posture, she is often the target of harassment for her expression. There is an expectation of women in general and famous woman in particular to always assure the onlooker that they are happy to be looked upon through smiling, and Stewart rejects this.”
Women are expected to be nice and sweet, to make other people feel comfortable. A woman who says ‘hey, I think there’s a problem here’ is being ‘negative.’ A woman who doesn’t smile while she’s being harassed is ‘humourless.’ A woman who prefers to stay focused on tasks is a ‘cold bitch.’ Significant gendering is involved here; women have an obligation to look and act a certain way and when they don’t, they need to be hassled until they do.


ye girl, I feel your painwouldn’t believe how many random people tell me to fucking smile 


I see the criticism of Lana Del Rey as an extension of this, people getting angry that she looks awkward when she performs and characterising her as this stone-cold distant weirdo when there are videos of her laughing in interviews and smiling with fans. I’ve seen lots of indie boy bands where the singer drawls into the mic, standing motionless and staring at the floor but apparently that’s just being cool. When she does it she’s a bad performer.

thesavagesalad:

kitschy-kat:

beardsbeerandliterarybadassery:

disgustinghuman:

sex-positive-bitches:

Kristen Stewart: smiling is not an obligation, professional or otherwise

 ”She stands out on the red carpet because she does not smile broadly or pose; she usually looks slightly uncomfortable. Of her red-carpet experience,Stewart said:
People say that I’m miserable all the time. It’s not that I’m miserable, it’s just that somebody’s yelling at me…I literally, sometimes, have to keep myself from crying…It’s a physical reaction to the energy that’s thrown at you.”

Stewart is often a target of a specific kind of body policing: the “smile, baby” requirement. When she appears on the red carpet and does not assure us with her teeth that she is simply thrilled to be reduced to a presence, a dress, a posture, she is often the target of harassment for her expression. There is an expectation of women in general and famous woman in particular to always assure the onlooker that they are happy to be looked upon through smiling, and Stewart rejects this.”

Women are expected to be nice and sweet, to make other people feel comfortable. A woman who says ‘hey, I think there’s a problem here’ is being ‘negative.’ A woman who doesn’t smile while she’s being harassed is ‘humourless.’ A woman who prefers to stay focused on tasks is a ‘cold bitch.’ Significant gendering is involved here; women have an obligation to look and act a certain way and when they don’t, they need to be hassled until they do.

ye girl, I feel your pain
wouldn’t believe how many random people tell me to fucking smile 

I see the criticism of Lana Del Rey as an extension of this, people getting angry that she looks awkward when she performs and characterising her as this stone-cold distant weirdo when there are videos of her laughing in interviews and smiling with fans. I’ve seen lots of indie boy bands where the singer drawls into the mic, standing motionless and staring at the floor but apparently that’s just being cool. When she does it she’s a bad performer.

(via feministfilm)

#kristen stewart #smiling #feminism #sexism #misogyny #gender roles


Jan. 12, 2012
queerveganfeminist:

sparkamovement:

LEGO Magazine: “Girl” stuff and “Regular” stuff

Recently, a concerned parent and blogger reported that the LEGO Club magazines that had previously been delivered to her and her daughter had been replaced by a very different kind of magazine. LEGO Club Girls is a pastel-coloured, less-interesting version of the original developed around sorely misinformed ideas of what girls like. An online sample from the LEGO website reveals that the original magazine included things like comic strips involving knights and kings, a how-to guide on building LEGO boats and a surfing themed colouring activity. The new LEGO Club Girls magazine, the blogger reports, features comic strips with the new LEGO Friends characters going to a café (yawn) and instead of a surfing themed activity, there’s an activity centred around a lost puppy (double yawn).
Most strikingly of all, there are no building instructions in this version of the magazine. Why not? It certainly wouldn’t have to do with the fact that LEGO thinks girls don’t like building things or aren’t meant to build things; maybe LEGO just couldn’t think of a girly enough thing for girls to build. What would a girl build anyway? Lipstick? A training bra? A tutu? Are there tulle and chiffon LEGO bricks in the works for the next set of girl mini-figures?
If you happened to check “girl” upon signing up for LEGO Club but don’t want to automatically be switched over to a “girlier” LEGO Club magazine, don’t worry! They want you to know that you can opt out and re-subscribe to the “regular” version. Really, LEGO? The message here is loud and clear. There’s girls stuff, like puppies and beauty shops and pink things, and there’s boy stuff, or what LEGO might call “regular” stuff; you know, stuff that forces you to use your imagination and takes you on adventures and has characters with more developed personalities than all the lady LEGO Friends combined!


WTF, Lego? 

queerveganfeminist:

sparkamovement:

LEGO Magazine: “Girl” stuff and “Regular” stuff

Recently, a concerned parent and blogger reported that the LEGO Club magazines that had previously been delivered to her and her daughter had been replaced by a very different kind of magazine. LEGO Club Girls is a pastel-coloured, less-interesting version of the original developed around sorely misinformed ideas of what girls like. An online sample from the LEGO website reveals that the original magazine included things like comic strips involving knights and kings, a how-to guide on building LEGO boats and a surfing themed colouring activity. The new LEGO Club Girls magazine, the blogger reports, features comic strips with the new LEGO Friends characters going to a café (yawn) and instead of a surfing themed activity, there’s an activity centred around a lost puppy (double yawn).

Most strikingly of all, there are no building instructions in this version of the magazine. Why not? It certainly wouldn’t have to do with the fact that LEGO thinks girls don’t like building things or aren’t meant to build things; maybe LEGO just couldn’t think of a girly enough thing for girls to build. What would a girl build anyway? Lipstick? A training bra? A tutu? Are there tulle and chiffon LEGO bricks in the works for the next set of girl mini-figures?

If you happened to check “girl” upon signing up for LEGO Club but don’t want to automatically be switched over to a “girlier” LEGO Club magazine, don’t worry! They want you to know that you can opt out and re-subscribe to the “regular” version. Really, LEGO? The message here is loud and clear. There’s girls stuff, like puppies and beauty shops and pink things, and there’s boy stuff, or what LEGO might call “regular” stuff; you know, stuff that forces you to use your imagination and takes you on adventures and has characters with more developed personalities than all the lady LEGO Friends combined!

WTF, Lego? 

#feminism #gender #gender roles #lego magazine #sexism #lego #lego club


Jan. 8, 2012

shelbyknox:

The most adorable little feminist - who can’t be more than 5 - rants about gender stereotyping in marketing children’s toys. She’s adamant that girls and boys can both like princesses AND super heroes. She’s at an age where she hasn’t yet been cowed by gender stereotypes - we should be wise enough to figure out how to nurture this kind of independent thinking in all girls and make it last into adulthood.

#feminism #sexism #misogyny #children's toys #gender roles #princesses #superheroes #pink #blue


Dec. 15, 2011
smashitdead:

I know what you’re thinking. “Are you fucking kidding me?” No, I’m  not. This is an actual tag found on an Enjoi brand sweater in PacSun.  What is it about advertising that makes sexism seem like a good  marketing campaign? I’ll never be sure. This is part of the problem.  This is part of the underlying menace that is stereotypical gender  roles. These subtle messages are what allow misogynistic comments and  jokes to be made. We all saw Dr. Pepper’s latest marketing campaign -  “Not For Women.” It’s these small things we see every day, everywhere,  that remind us that we’re far from equality. Frankly, I’m tired of  living in a world where advertisers think they need sexism to sell their  products.

smashitdead:

I know what you’re thinking. “Are you fucking kidding me?” No, I’m not. This is an actual tag found on an Enjoi brand sweater in PacSun. What is it about advertising that makes sexism seem like a good marketing campaign? I’ll never be sure. This is part of the problem. This is part of the underlying menace that is stereotypical gender roles. These subtle messages are what allow misogynistic comments and jokes to be made. We all saw Dr. Pepper’s latest marketing campaign - “Not For Women.” It’s these small things we see every day, everywhere, that remind us that we’re far from equality. Frankly, I’m tired of living in a world where advertisers think they need sexism to sell their products.

(via queerveganfeminist)

#feminism #sexism #misogyny #gender roles #gender stereotypes #gendered labor #labor #marketing #advertising #clothing #enjoi #laundry #assholes


Oct. 8, 2011
dcwomenkickingass:

Here Wonder Woman, a camp counselor, decides to try the things her girls seemed to like. For those of you who have asked for good Wonder Woman stories for younger girls, this would be one to pick up.

dcwomenkickingass:

Here Wonder Woman, a camp counselor, decides to try the things her girls seemed to like. For those of you who have asked for good Wonder Woman stories for younger girls, this would be one to pick up.

(via fuckyeahfeminists)

#wonder woman #feminism #gender roles #barbie #ken #dolls #role playing #princess diana


Sep. 17, 2011

andyouhavetogivethemhope:

“Men-ups” by Clickandclash on Flickr.

(via catiebat)

#pinups #men-ups #pin-ups #beauty #feminism #gender roles #sexuality


Sep. 6, 2011

#scrubs #gender roles #feminism #dance #80s


Aug. 15, 2011

girlslovesuperheroes:

A great way to start the day!

submitted Jay C. Batzner: 

In March of 2010 I made this costume for my daughter. She was going to go to a “Princess/Super Hero” party where the boys were to be super heroes and the girls were to be princesses. Wonder Woman has been Daria’s favorite hero for a long time and this way she was the only kid at the party who went as both a princess AND a superhero!

This was also my third sewing project ever.

#wonder woman #superheroes #princesses #gender roles #feminism


Jul. 12, 2011
I cannot understand a society that is more afraid of a man in a dress than a man in a soldier’s uniform.
— Joan Nestle, co-founder Lesbian Herstory Archives (via petitefeministe)

(Source: bifishromance, via brieana90)

#militarism #war #glbtq #gender roles #feminism


  I Blame the Kyriarchy  
About
 
gravatar - kaylee 01
 
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.


Blogs
V for Vegan
POP! goes The Vegan.
Animal Rights & Anti-Oppression
The PPP blog

tumblogs
fuck yeah vegan pizza
fuck yeah vegan ice cream

On Twitter: @vegandaemon

On Facebook: kelly.garbato

On Flickr: smiteme
Following
NerdFuClients From HellWWYHD- What would your heroine do?Melissa Doomwe are love makers && heart breakersAplenteefuck yeah, the hunger gamesTexts from the WhedonverseAsymmetric ConstellationsBecause Grown ups are fangirls too.Make A DifferenceHecka RadGeeky MerchThe FourteeneryseleneJust some randoms things...I'm an okay person, I guessTexts from the X-FilesWhedonesqueCatie BatFuck Yeah FireflyVeganzeusvegan voodooMisandry MermaidI hate, therefore I am.fuck yeah vegan pizzaa little creepy crawlerStrong Like An AmazonShit My Students WriteFuck Yeah Black Gay CouplesThen Why Are You Still Bleeding?exxxpert cosmo tipsKILL MY BLUESOhtori PrinceWhat a Novel Idea.FYeahTattoos.comjealous of jetpacksMy Secret Vegan Blogdirty fingernailsRandom is RandomEverything Goes HereFeminist DisneyIN JOSS WE TRUSTCompassion CompanySeal PressThe Mutant Ratfuck yeah fat vegans!Welcome to District 12semper ubi sub ubiThe Pen is My Portala spy in the house of lovewww.bigbaldhead.comSTFU, Rape Culture!Fuck Yeah, Parks and Recreation!Pleated Jeansms. bi veganGrammar YUNiversityDiversity in YASoycratesDes Hommes et des ChatonsTARDIS AdventuresDC Women Kicking AssNevermind the bollocksThe Potato DiariesThe Mary Suevery vida vegan digiyesicaThat Vegan Cosplayerbusted afternoonThreadlessshadows and spaceshipsapproximately infinite universeSnow After FireNOVLDogshamingSPARK a Movement!texts from the tardisJoe Hill's Thrillsvegansaurus!Tess SharpeYA Series InsidersParks and RecreationNo Kill Advocacy CenterRambling VegansA.G. Howardthe best books everRiffle Sci-Fi and FantasyDelicious Vegan FoodI Love ChartsσωℓєттєDolly PartonAnimal PlaceTerrible real estate agent photographsHIPSTERFOODbrain deadif you survive me, tell them this:Presenting Lenorefuck yeah vegan ice creamMindy McGinnisJEAN HOLLYWOODMeet Agatha ShannonMEOWHi! We're Planned ParenthoodGarden of Veganooh, sarracudaThe League of Extraordinary WritersWe do not condone. All of this is wrong.Amie KaufmanMARTINA BOONEFuck Yeah Retail RobinSoraya ChemalyAdventures in YA PublishingHeck Yeah, Vegan Cupcakes!Sara RaaschBooks, Tea and WanderlustRachael Makes ShirtsSLAUGHTERHOUSE 90210"Literally Unbelievable"Least HelpfulSecret Society Of VegansVegNewsQ | V | FGeekeryMusings of an Inappropriate WomanGrowing, roamingSoCalFeministVeganLanealways and completely forgivenKing Arthur is SexyWink Frozen DessertsWorld's Deadliest Herbivore.I'm not a misandrist, butNational Geographic FoundThe "V" Wordfuck yeah liz lemonVegan Yack AttackMovies In FramesammemAC GaughenBook SwoonThe Girl With The Hummingbird Tattoodon't let the muggles get you downKissing is awesome.Smart Pop BooksSPECIAL BORED.Theory of EverythingThe Nth WaveYA InterrobangE.C. MyersB'klynHeartVEGAN ARTA Nether Ending StoryFuck No, Dan Savage!Project UnbreakableFuck Yeah Stephen King TattoosSew Geek Austindouble fancyI'm Remembering!The Opinioness of the WorldRyan Matthew CohnF*ck Yeah LGBTIllumistrationsI used to be bad girl, now I'm even betterWith Only Our Tongues for Our SwordsExpanded CircleFaces of SanctuaryzombifyquarrygirlRabbit Food Grocery BlogBe the change you wish to see in the world.Anxiety CatSuperheroes are for girls, too!Co-ordinate brain & mouth.Boobs Don't Work That WayThat Was Vegan?Sweet Avenue Bake Shop BlogGuerrilla Girls On Tour!Disgust & FateTHE CITY AT OUR FEET...Fantasy of ColorUntitledit's not fair.a la modeSusanne WinnackerTravelling optimistCOMIC ART CORRECTIONSDown With The CapitolHello, I'm Sexy.This Vegan Feminist Is Not ShySenator Claire McCaskillHeirs of Chrior Trilogy"Oi, where's the filth?"STFU, CouplesBlacks & BooksMy Face Is on Fireluna-blythe.Riffle Green LivingBoop.Parks and Rec and Food and Stuffwords and picturesCheap VeganElizabeth ScottPETS WHO WANT TO KILL THEMSELVESWhedonverse GifsDavid Tennant's Sideburns!vegan frickwadqueerbitsWTF Do You Eat? (diary of a fat vegan)Riffle NonfictionF-Yeah Baby AnimalsI live sweat...Unhealthy VeganYOU TALK FUNNYSocial Justice, Veganism, ☮, & ♡Exposing Fake ClinicsBooks of Orange is the New BlackAnimals with Stuffed AnimalsFAT CATSWhovian BloggingsCHICKPEA MAGGuantánamo prison library books for detainees50 shades of TennantThere's The Door, SpacemanFUCK YEAH! STEPHEN COLBERTVegan Option Fail"You Die First, Not Me!"Is there a "Mrs. Who?"UntitledReasoning With Vampiresnathan fillion.The Hawkeye InitiativeSistah Vegan ProjectElana JohnsonParks and PlaidLesbians Who Look Like Justin BieberFiction_TheNewRealityDavid Tennant, the King of ScotlandBookshelf PornSocial Anxiety Mousefuck yeah! gina torresThe Red Pen of DoomEagle Scouts Returning Our BadgesMidwest MusingsSKHeck Yeah! Unicorns!Fuck Yeah Chronic Anxiety CatControl the chaosTaste what I'm sayingcontradictory carnistManarchist Ryan GoslingFuck Yeah Fierce BitchesfeministfilmHerbivorous UnicornBurning Hearts MediaabsolutionHey, Norman.Riffle Pop CulturelovetherunningMyra McEntireADVICE PEETATHE BARKcultural aversionMilk was a bad choice.Divergent FansitePro Choice Teddy BearGolden Girls Ultimate Fan ClubPawnee's Woman of the Yearfuck yeah Jack McBrayer!Fuck Yeah Bisexual Dolphin!The Oppressed Little FetusSF Vegan Bakesale!Cooking With Tater TotTaco Liberation Frontvegan kitchen diariesFuck Yeah Vegan MemesUntitledTennant HairpornFuck Yeah, Stephen King!Vegan Belly LoveChicago Vegan Foods BlogNovel First SentencespeacechickenLittle HDM ThingsMusings of A Crazy Cat LadyFeminist Ryan GoslingFiction-BucketlistThe Sweetest VeganDavid Tennant's Everything (but mostly his arse)Texts from the Firefly[vegan in detroit]PIZZA GIFSAngel does stuff.
design
platform