mrbubblebug
mrbubblebug:

danstoncoeur:

princessjohnegbert:




Fun Historical Fact: There used to be more gay and lesbian content in early silent films until religious groups protested resulting in “decency standards.”



THE WAY THE ONE GIRL LOOKS DOWN ALL SHY AND THE OTHER CUPS HER FACE SO SWEETLY TO COMFORT HER- AHHHH

THIS IS MY FAVORITE GIF OF ALL TIME. I ALWAYS GET HAPPY WHEN I SEE IT ON MY DASH GAAAAH.

Fun Historical Fact: This is a scene from the movie, Orphans of the Storm. A movie about two sisters who are not romantically involved and are instead caught up in the turmoil of the French Revolution, separated, and eventually reunited.
Get your facts straight. Do you honestly think the 20’s would have been accepting of the gay community? Oh yeah, women can’t vote, work or think for themselves, and people of color are lower than dirt. But lesbians? Yeah, okay we’re cool with that.
Fuck off. Stop spreading misinformation.

mrbubblebug:

danstoncoeur:

princessjohnegbert:

Fun Historical Fact: There used to be more gay and lesbian content in early silent films until religious groups protested resulting in “decency standards.”

THE WAY THE ONE GIRL LOOKS DOWN ALL SHY AND THE OTHER CUPS HER FACE SO SWEETLY TO COMFORT HER- AHHHH

THIS IS MY FAVORITE GIF OF ALL TIME. I ALWAYS GET HAPPY WHEN I SEE IT ON MY DASH GAAAAH.

Fun Historical Fact: This is a scene from the movie, Orphans of the Storm. A movie about two sisters who are not romantically involved and are instead caught up in the turmoil of the French Revolution, separated, and eventually reunited.

Get your facts straight. Do you honestly think the 20’s would have been accepting of the gay community? Oh yeah, women can’t vote, work or think for themselves, and people of color are lower than dirt. But lesbians? Yeah, okay we’re cool with that.

Fuck off. Stop spreading misinformation.

marilyhearts
At what point do you take girls out of school altogether because boys can’t handle it?

Parent of a female teen whose school banned leggings

#yesallwomen have a right to an education without fashion policing by sexist administrators

(via meetingsinthedesert)

That doesn’t make any sense. There are rules at school, and one of them is looking like a functioning member of society. If this includes wearing pants that are opaque, then you have to listen, otherwise there are punishments. The point of dress codes is to make you look more professional, not to show off a wardrobe. If wearing pants is too much effort, try homeschooling. School is not a fashion show, and you should wear what you want on your own time. Men can’t wear leggings either, and sagging is banned. Part of most dress codes is that undergarments can’t show, which includes boxers, panties, or bras. Leggings are generally transparent, as are a lot of women’s clothes are. You’re supposed to layer them, or wear something that looks respectable. As more fashions that show these become popular, rules must be updated. If it became popular for men to wear mesh pants, they’d update the rules banning them because it’s unprofessional and violates the rules.

Quite honestly, complaining about this solidifies what the generation before us calls us: entitled. You think you’re entitled to break the rules because it’s too inconvenient to wear pants, and then cry sexism when you get called out on it. It’s not sexism, and it’s not prejudice; it’s making sure school remains a professional environment.

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