Baby Shark♫


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Life is strange with my roommate

It’s a time full of firsts. And just today I experienced another.

I stood up to my mother. And I’ve never really done that before. I stopped her before the attack on my self esteem could be fully launched, before she knew it was there.

And finally I had someone with me, someone whose only reason for being there tonight was to deter her harsh words and cruel treatment.

So I stood up for myself.

And she was so thoroughly shocked that she only barely changed the subject and wouldn’t allow it to be changed back.

Because she can’t be wrong

She can’t be a bad mom

But I fucking stood up for myself

And I have many people to thank

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On the set of Avengers 2, you hear a shouting in the distance. The cast pauses, wondering what’s going on, and why set security hasn’t stopped this disturbance. It’s only then that they see what’s happening; Anthony Mackie has arrived on set bellowing “CAPTAIN AMERICAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA” as he runs past Chris Evans, completely nude, and steals the shield never to be seen again that day.

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Western Patriarchy:
A woman wearing revealing clothing is just asking to be raped. If she hadn't worn that short skirt out in public, she wouldn't have been assaulted. It's her fault for dressing like a slut and then trusting men not to treat her like one.
Western Patriarchy:
Women who wear religious head coverings and hide their skin in public are so oppressed! It's not like she's going to get raped just because a man sees her ankles or neck! Why don't those women stop covering their bodies and just learn to trust men?

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