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Name: Mochi [mo-chee please get it right]
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And people still wonder why men and women routinely disagree and make fun of feminism, especially on tumblr.

this is EXACTLY how i view feminism and feminists. it shames me to have the same parts as those psycho bitches. it’s one thing to have opinions, thats great, but spoiler alert! everybody has them. you’re just as unspecial as i am so keep your bullshit to yourselves. thanks!

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There Will Be Blood

—2007, Paul Thomas Anderson

*Great film. Brilliant character. I’m so guilty of this mindset. You just can’t help it,when you’re surrounded by arseholes who don’t have the ability to treat people right yet spend a tremendous amount of energy hating & harming people. But it’s also important to know that there are always a few very good people out there.

There’s so much cruelty already & too little kindness; do not be Daniel Plainview,do not abandon your child & sing the “bastard on a basket anthem” to them,do not threaten people that you’re gonna slash their throats while they’re sleeping & break a delusional man’s skull with a bowling pin..although that might actually cure him from his delusions.

Be Daniel day Lewis instead because he’s awesome & has a great moustache.

But seriously,he’s one great actor. Paul Dano has done a pretty good job on this film too.

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Have you heard of Ban Bossy? It’s the new initiative from Lean In and the Girl Scouts that’s trying to ban “bossy” and similar words that are used to bring down girls that are ambitious, take risks, and speak up. By changing the way we treat girls who lead, hopefully our generation will soon see more women in leadership roles. 

You can watch the 1:00 video with Beyonce, Jane Lynch, Condeleeza Rice, and Jennifer Garner here, or visit the Ban Bossy website

my recent ex called me bossy and said his father described me as such too. while it didn’t break my stride or hurt my feelings it definitely made me feel like, yet again, somebody misunderstands me and has no concept of who a human is no matter race, gender, age, etc., etc. just because your wife or mother is a soft spoken, reserved woman does not mean you should compare me to her in any way shape or form or mean that we are alike because we are mildly associated. everybody is different, fucking deal with it. if you’re not man enough to handle me i’m super fine with that and honestly, most guys aren’t and can’t handle me. don’t try to knock me down because i am who i am. you are who you are and that can go under fire as well but is it worth it or does it mean a fucking thing? no.