momography replied to your photo:The Book of Everything is the most stunning… ahhh thank you for coming! i have no idea what you look but yay! also, wtf at the wankers who kept popping their head in and their music being loud. i gave them mega death stares.
I am so glad I came and I cannot wait to see more plays. Hahaha yes I am most good at being shy, I was wearing navy plaid pants and red lipstick and sitting on Livvy’s right when I got dragged upon the stage.Ughh it sounded like the stupid CEROC people’s music though they are usually on Thursday night being horrible and tacky. Mega death stares were necessary.
I love the girl, she was my sunshine
Her name was Eleanor Caroline
She got fast, with a friend of mine
At the dance hall Lord, on the county line
-Whiskey in My Whiskey, The Felice Brothers.
…cause I finally got all my dates not confused. I have been on one week back time this whole week, though somehow I have not been disillusioned into thinking I have one more week of holidays.Je ne sais pas!
Is anyone going tonight?
Gender essentialism is the assumption that women are naturally like this, while men are naturally like that, and nature made it so and anyone who deviates from that pattern is a freak. Most commonly it comes in the form of “women are naturally submissive and men are naturally dominant”.
This is an absolutely unprovable statement. It is an opinion, not a fact. Look at the amount of gender conditioning we receive from infancy: different colors for girls and boys (in some cultures), commercials proclaiming boys like toy guns and trucks while girls like dollies that pee. Throughout life, we are punished for deviating from our cultural gender norms, and yet very few people find it easy to avoid those deviations.
If it’s so natural, why all the conditioning?” —[BetaCandy (Feminism @ THL): Why there will be no more gender essentialist comments allowed on this site] (via cheshiregrin52)