1. "I wish, more than anything, that I could just be a ‘humanist.’ Oh, man, that would be amazing! Because that would mean that we lived in a magical world where all humans were born on equal footing, and maybe I could live in a house shaped like a big mushroom and birds would help me get dressed or something. Humanism is a gorgeous dream, and something to strive for. In fact, it is the exact thing that feminism is striving for right now (and has been working on for decades)! Yay, feminism!"
    — Lindy West, ‘If I admit that “hating men” is a thing, will you stop turning it into a self-fulfilling prophecy?’ (Jezebel)
  2. (Source: rejectedemojis)

  3. Looking forward to getting all my lesbian sex tips from future issues of Cosmo. True equality can only be reached when that group of giggling 13-year-old interns who still change into their swimsuits behind a towel try to tell gay people how to do it, too. The more donuts and scrunchies involved, the better.

  4. Dawkins Rage-o-Meter, from most-to-least rage-inducing

    1. religion
    2. 'violent date rape'
    3. confiscated honey
    4. 'mild date rape'
    5. tube delays
  5. As usual, Yahoo! Answers leaves me with more questions.


  6. The pilot for Toddlers & Tiaras aired in 2008, meaning there are pageant contestants from that first season who are now 18-years-old and can legally appear on Millionaire Matchmaker.

    Just as God intended.

  7. Les Guzman shooting Geoffrey Beene (Glitterati)


  9. This baby needs to check its ‘can’t read or write or understand basic concepts of respect and culture without burping up milk’-privilege (Etsy)


  10. "The longer I stayed with him the worse he made me feel and the better he made me feel because at least, someone was telling me a truth about myself I already knew."
    — Roxane Gay, ‘We Lie the Most to Ourselves’ (Roxane Gay tumblr)
  11. #trending #on #yahoo

  12. 'The Hamburger Sweater,' Icelandic textile artist Yrurari (yrurari)

  13. Your new summer tee. (via moderngirlblitz)

  14. When we said we wanted more women in Science this is not what we meant.”

    Prosanta Chakrabarty (A Guide to Academia)

  15. Still thinking of wearing that generic Native American war bonnet to a music festival, or putting it on a half-naked model in that unpaid, clichéd fashion shoot? Try one of these other pieces of beautiful headgear, instead! Swedish, Brazilian, Hungarian, Queen Amidala… You may end up offending people, anyway, but it’d be nice to give Native American and First Nations activists a little break, however brief, from taking time out of their lives to explain the ins and outs of cultural appropriation like it’s their job.