Hell in High Heels

nowinknecessary:

I accidentally started watching wrestling and it was the strangest thing I’ve ever seen because all these wrestling champions came into the ring one by one all talking about how great they are and how they were going to win the championship and then they started to hate on each other and they got into a fight and I can’t tell if they’re acting or they really are just this mad and full of themselves.

sandandglass:

Stephen Colbert deconstructs the meaning of One Direction’s lyrics. 

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I am so going to carry these with me now…

I am so going to carry these with me now…

femetits:

Ladies and Gentlemen, the Prime Minister of Australia kicking ass and taking names (mostly Tony Abbott’s). [x]

amazing.

The first time the word post-feminism was used, I believe, was in 1911. Women are always being told that feminism is past its use-by date.
Jane Caro (via sprinkledwords)
Feminism requires precisely what misogyny destroys in women: unimpeachable bravery in confronting male power. Despite the impossibility of it, there is such bravery: there are such women, in some periods millions upon millions of them.
Andrea Dworkin in Right-Wing Women (via femalestruggle)

Print, paste, pass along!

Print, paste, pass along!

thedailywhat:

Lady Gaga Fires Back At Her Critics of the Day: Last week a misleading and quite unflattering pic of Lady Gaga had critics calling her “meaty” and accusing her of “piling on the pounds.”
So Gaga responded today by launching a new section of her website, Body Revolution, where she posted pics of herself in bra and underwear and brazenly captioned them with a confession: “Bulimia and anorexia since I was 15.”
Then she went a step further: ”Hey Guys its Gaga… Now that the body revolution has begun, be brave and post a photo of you that celebrates your triumph over insecurities.”
In the hours since Gaga issued the challenge to her fans, they’ve flooded her site with stories and pics.
Is it a shameless publicity stunt? Who cares?
Well played, Gaga.
[jezebel]

GO GAGA.

thedailywhat:

Lady Gaga Fires Back At Her Critics of the Day: Last week a misleading and quite unflattering pic of Lady Gaga had critics calling her “meaty” and accusing her of “piling on the pounds.”

So Gaga responded today by launching a new section of her website, Body Revolution, where she posted pics of herself in bra and underwear and brazenly captioned them with a confession: “Bulimia and anorexia since I was 15.”

Then she went a step further: ”Hey Guys its Gaga… Now that the body revolution has begun, be brave and post a photo of you that celebrates your triumph over insecurities.”

In the hours since Gaga issued the challenge to her fans, they’ve flooded her site with stories and pics.

Is it a shameless publicity stunt? Who cares?

Well played, Gaga.

[jezebel]

GO GAGA.