A girl admires her new shoes from her grandfather’s shoulder. Rawalpindi, Pakistan.
Photograph by James L. Stanfield.
I’ve always wanted to be a gargoyle. #heelspur #xray
Comedian Jamie Kilstein thinks we shouldn’t joke about violence against women. That view got him notably shunned from the comedy community; other famous comedians weighed in, called him names, it was a whole thing. As a result, he lost a TV deal, promotional gigs, and friends — all because he said rape jokes are bad. [Rest.]
I saw something like that in my mind’s eye before I fell asleep yesterday. Only it looked much better.
Too many dudes. I’m so sick of dudes. Every time I see something with a dude in it, I’m like ‘fuck you, I don’t want to watch this.’ —
my glorious roommate, as she spreads peanut butter on a saltine (via genebelchers)
Also me; sans the accompanying action.
(Source: baby-fish-mouth, via kalafudra)
How emotionally stunted do you have to be to react with annoyance to other people’s fight for the same rights as you have?!