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quick summary: willy wonka and the chocolate factory

  • boy: i hate being poor
  • grandpa: were going to the fun factory
  • mr chocolate: hello naughty children its murder time

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Being good to each other is so important, guys.

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Sleeping with one’s doll. μ gave her rabbit doll a hug.


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Among other things.

But the white feminists don’t give a fuck about any of that shit, actually maybe they give a fuck about Adele being fat shamed but other than that SHES A FEMINIST ICON!!!!

White feminists have been picking and choosing what is crucial since forever. Even before Tumblr. I know this. I’m old. Like dog years old. They may reblog a post about TLC being a ground-breaking black female group but that’s just an accessory. Nope.

And I’ll just add here that the white female comedians saying Joan just told jokes, etc….well they’re all over at Twitter losing their shit when men just tell racist, ableist anti-woman jokes like dear old Joan did. So don’t tell me Joan paved the way for female comedy. She just did what male comedians at the time were doing to fit in.

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The Hug Machine by Scott C. / Tumblr

Celebrate “Hug a Book" week with Scott Campbell’s new book launch at Gallery Nucleus on September 6th, 2014. More info HERE.

Along with the book signing and art exhibition, there are giveaways and a vigorous hug-ercise lesson planned. Check it out HERE.

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Lolita is not about love, because love is always mutual; Lolita is about obsession, which is never, ever love, and Nabokov himself was so disappointed that people did not understand this and take away the right message… For how could anyone call this feeding frenzy of selfishness, devouring, and destruction “love”?

In her preface to LOLITA, Mary Gaitskill reflects on a review by Vanity Fair’s Gregor von Rezzori in which he calls the novel: “The only convincing love story of the century” (via funeral)

People make a lot of jokes about “lol dumb teenage girls romanticizing Lolita”, but doesn’t that speak volumes about the way young women are taught to view themselves? We’re taught to see ourselves as objects, as the focal point of desire for a man. If a man obsesses over us and dehumanizes us we’re supposed to see that as a good thing because it means we’re serving our purpose as decorative objects to be lusted after and owned. When Nabokov takes that narrative to its logical extreme, it seems natural that women, so often the victims of childhood sexual abuse and assault, don’t view the story as “abhorrent” but as the very story they grew up in, the model of sexuality that was forced on them by adult men.

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Picked up yesterday: doughnut sticky notes. To go with my doughnut notebook!

Picked up yesterday: doughnut sticky notes. To go with my doughnut notebook!

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When you’re at the pool lounging on a beach chair and some little kids are running and the lifeguard screams out “no running” do you respond “excuse me, not all of us are running”? No, you don’t. The lifeguard didn’t have to specifically state who they were talking to because you’re intelligent enough to comprehend that the comment wasn’t being directed at you.
— Found a quote that shuts down that “not all men” argument pretty well. (via mykicks)

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