zessinna-photography:

So I decided to take photos of all the lace saris. I also wanted to pair some of them up with my corsets, on top of them. 

harlowequinn:

Naked face! Ootd #harleyquinn ♦️♦️♦️ ⏳#corsetry #corset #waisttraining #corsettraining #tightlacing #batman #thedarkknight #harleenquinzel #hourglass #dc #dcuniverse #dccomics

harlowequinn:

Naked face! Ootd #harleyquinn ♦️♦️♦️ ⏳#corsetry #corset #waisttraining #corsettraining #tightlacing #batman #thedarkknight #harleenquinzel #hourglass #dc #dcuniverse #dccomics

gdfalksen:

Royal Black's Glorious Empire corset collection: The Empress and The Crown Princess.

Today in “Unnecessarily Gendered Products” : White Now Men

gryffodair:

notgivingin-swim:

gryffodair:

THIS IS TOOTHPASTE FOR MEN

image

image

OK first that looks weird

image

…………. aaaaand this is disgusting

image

………….wait

image

WHAT THE FUCK

image

whaaaaat ?

image

image

that was weird ….

image

posts like these make me wonder how that conversation went

"hey friend, I have an idea for a picture set on tumblr and I need you to help me"

that is pretty much how it went + I told him he needed to wear my tshirt

yer-nothing:

How have I not already posted something like this? I could’ve sworn I already did, but I guess not.

Whelp, time to share my theories about Noise.

1) What is a Noise “germ”?

That seems like an awfully imprecise, unscientific way to describe it. Given that they’ve found a…

corinne-the-healer:

So, the Spackle War still hadn’t begun at the time of Todd’s birth, and that the massacre didn’t happen until a little bit after the war ended. I’ve been trying to work out when all of this would fit together, since it’s a relatively close timeline. Do we know how old Todd…

lalondes:

[walks around with an entire big mac in my mouth but never actually biting down] It’s a metaphor, see: you put the killing thing right between your teeth, but you don’t give it the power to do its killing.

amazingphil:

spiderinthecupboard:

Happiness can be found, even in the darkest of times, if one only remembers to subscribe to youtube.com/AmazingPhil

Hahaaa I love this

amazingphil:

spiderinthecupboard:

Happiness can be found, even in the darkest of times, if one only remembers to subscribe to youtube.com/AmazingPhil

Hahaaa I love this

your fav is problematic

e-a-d-e:

Viola Eade

  • once stabbed a dude
  • ?????
  • doesn’t know all the lyrics to Fabulous by the hsm cast
  • ??
  • …?,.—??.
  • ?
  • canonically implied she likes sultanas
And its hair ain’t long. Her hair. Her hair ain’t long. And she ain’t wearing no dress, she’s wearing clothes that look like way newer versions of mine, so new they’re almost like a uniform, even tho they’re torn and muddy, and she ain’t that small, she’s my size, just, by the looks of her, and she sure as all that’s unholy not smiley.
No, not smiley at all.

page sixty-nine, The Knife of Never Letting Go

Our first description of Viola

(via violaeading)
I know what a girl is. Course I do. I seen ‘em in the Noise of their fathers in town, mourned like their wives but not nearly so often. I seen ‘em in vids, too. Girls are small and polite and smiley. They wear dresses and their hair is long and it’s pulled into shapes behind their heads or on either side. They do all the inside-the-house chores, while boys do all the outside. They reach womanhood when they turn thirteen, just like boys reach manhood, and then they’re women and they become wives.

page sixty-eight of The Knife of Never Letting Go

And Noise women have lighter hair and biggest chest and wear less clothes and are a lot freer with their affecshuns than in the vids, too. So the thing to remember, the thing that’s most important of all that I might say in this here telling of things is that Noise ain’t truth, Noise is what men want to be true.

page twenty-two to twenty-three 

Theeeese are an interesting view into Prentisstown society and the gender roles that existed, and also into Todd’s perception of women

In regards to the first quote, of course we can’t be sure if things did happen this way or if this just how the men like to think about it - as Todd talks about earlier in the second quote - but if we do take it to be somewhat true then woweeeee the gender roles were strict plus wow they became wives at 13??

Jessica what kinda town rife with child brides were you running hMMmM??

And if it didn’t happen like that, well then evidently we can see how Todd grew up surrounded by heavily warped perceptions of women - both wives and daughters. He was literally constantly bombarded with sexist and distorted images, even more so than men in our society do.

In our society stuff like this leads to men holding sexist beliefs that they have to work to unlearn, which Todd had to do to, but I also feel as if, at least for women but less so for daughters, he quickly realised that men’s views were skewed and that women weren’t really like that, which is really important imo. Like, Todd thinks critically about the images he’s been shown and compares the two different sources and concludes that women weren’t like what men think and that men lie.

Idk obvs I’m not gonna applaud a guy for not being sexist bc that’s like basic level human decency, but I think it’s p cool that Todd hasn’t completely, blindly accepted what the town has presented to him, that he does think critically and analyses information to some extent.

And when Todd meets Viola and realises she’s a girl, a girl who doesn’t line up with the image of a girl he’s been given, well he accepts that

"She don’t look like the girls I seen in vids or in Noise and I never seen no girl in the flesh but there she is, she’s a girl and that’s that."

page sixty-nine

I mean he does go on about her not having Noise but he quickly sees that what he’s been told about girls is wrong and revises that and accepts the truth which is p noice

yh idk I just liked how perceptive and accepting Todd was here

and ugh like srsly Todd has never even met a girl before and isn’t sexist towards her yet boys today will grow up surrounded by them and are complete assholes rolling my eyes so much.

mmm i expect Ben and Cillian helped here too

These quotes also show the extent of the men’s sexism, if these were the views they held of their own wives and daughters..well idk but kinda makes it easier to imagine them killing them all

(via violaeading)