Multifandom blog. Feminism. LGBTetc. Stupid shit about my life. Chronic illness. Miscellaneous crap.


Previously Plainjane08


Jane. 24. Non-binary. Demisexual. South Africa. Makes Chocolate bars for a living.

About me

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Writes fanfiction:

AO3 | LJ


I run a sideblog: Grimmling Comics


My Writing

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I'll be in my bunk

If you like your men bloody, crying or otherwise hurt:

My hurt/comfort kink is showing

Emotions turn me on

29th August 2014

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Actor and feminist, Terry Crews, sheds light on the whole “man up” ideology that young boys are taught in early stages of life. Boys should not play with certain toys that aren’t Tonka Trucks or G.I. Joe’s. Boys should never cry because that is what girls do. Boys should not… blah, blah, blah. 

When boys are taught to “man up,” society compares weakness with femininity, and sometimes just being a female is considered weakness, How many times have you heard “Don’t be a pussy” come out the mouths of teenage boys and grown men? Society associates having a “pussy” with weakness. Women are emotional and fragile creatures in a male dominant society and in order for this dominance to remain, men must act like a “man.” A “man” within societal standards is strong, emotionless, intelligent, and aggressive (not necessarily violent, but aggressive in terms of determination and work ethic). To be a “man” society forces men and young boys to suppress what makes them human: emotions, feelings, compassion.

As Terry Crews points out in this interview with Larry King, within the African American community, men are pressured to act a certain way by society. There is a stigma that surrounds African American men, the media portrays them as aggressive, violent, and generally what society expects from a “man.” Men are told to “not be so sensitive” and “don’t be such a girl” when it comes to issues that involve their emotions and feelings. If someone is offended they have every damn right to be upset, sensitivity is not solely for women, sensitivity and feeling are what make you human. Being “feminine,” “sensitive,” or a “girl” does not make you weak. It makes you human.

Source: femininitythefword

29th August 2014

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TV Guide | September 1-14 issue | Sleepy Hollow Sneak Peek


TV Guide | September 1-14 issue | Sleepy Hollow Sneak Peek

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29th August 2014

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not an overreaction

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29th August 2014

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standing next to sunflowers always makes me feel weak like “look at this flower. this flower is taller than i am. this flower is winning and i’m losing”

Wow you are not ready to hear about trees.

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29th August 2014

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We are Groot.”


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29th August 2014

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high res

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29th August 2014

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hoechlin talking about dylan accidentally slapping him during filming 

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29th August 2014

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In this country American means white. Everybody else has to hyphenate.

Toni Morrison (via sarahjeanalex)

even the native ppl of this land have to fucking hyphenate how backwards is that

whiteness is a terrible thing

(via yellowxperil)

Tagged: I gotta tell you the term 'african-america' has always been very strange for mebecause it's like you were born in americaas were your parents - that means you're just americancan you imagine if I had to refer to myself as a european-african?

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29th August 2014

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Facts that will make you feel old Sources: 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 

For more facts, make sure you follow Ultrafacts

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29th August 2014

Post reblogged from my ibs blog with 199 notes


chronic illness skills:

-really good at getting blood drawn


-tv marathoning

-doing everything in pain

-know the best heating pads

-will sit on the floor if there are no chairs

-smarter than doctors sometimes tbh

Source: hellomynameismaddy