This is potentially life saving information everyone should know.
Hispanic parents have a sixth sense
Vine by: Rudy Mancuso
I LIVE FOR THIS VINE
This is what anime sounds like to our parents
ITS THE THING
HEL P I CANT BRETAHE
Aasif Mandvi interviews Fox Business commentator, Todd Wilemon.
This is literally what it’s like.
Mental gymnastics + complete lack of connection to the people they are referring to.
Sobs violently at cishet white men saying “youre poor, stop being poor”
Do we really have to take this?
A friend of mine was moving from her apartment. She asked me to look after some of her things. I agreed and not too long after she asked if her daughter Frances can come pick it up. I agreed and she came over with her boyfriend, who was also the father of her baby. I helped them carry the stuff down to the car, and during the whole visit exchanged possibly 10 words.
Next day I received these texts. I had to created a fiancee I didn’t really have in order for him to stop.
I never told my friend what her daughter’s boyfriend did. Now they are expecting a second child, so as you all see, there was no break up.
So Do we women really have to take this kind of attitude?
Do we have to invent things and people in order to be left alone.
I don’t want to have my titties banged.
I am not an easy lay.
I don’t deserve this.
Why do I go from being called “cute” “smart” and “pretty” in the beginning of the conversation, to “fatty” “bitch” and “ugly” in the end?
Reblog if you are against sexual harassment.
how do people like this actually exist what the fuck
The only thing that made him back off was the idea that you already had another man in your life.
The only thing that made him back off was the idea that you already had another man that owned you.
A few days ago in a parking lot in Lisbon wheelchair users and volunteers occupied all the available Non-Handicap spaces to make a point to able-bodied motorists what it is like to have “their” parking places unavailable to them.
On every wheelchair various notes were left like: "be right back", "it only takes a moment", "I’m get something here", etc.
Reblogged this yesterday from a different source, but I think this photograph is more powerful.
I love this so much I’ll reblog it a million times!
I honestly love this, okay? Because let’s face it, so many of us able-bodied people want closer spots because of convenience (aka: we’re lazy), and I’ve heard so many people curse the handicap parking spots. This needed to be done, and I’m so glad it was.
can i just tell you that i’m kind of emotional right now, because, out of 30,000+ notes, you’re the FIRST able-bodied person who has commented on this positively - not only by not calling it “selfish”, “reverse ableist”, “ungrateful” or saying things like, “this makes me lose all sympathy for handicaps”, “i would’ve just run over those chairs”, “they’re probably faking it anyways”, “not ALL ‘normal’ people are like that”, “they have parking PRIVILEGE” [and so on and so forth], but acknowledges abled privilege + casual ableism. thank you.