rule of thumb on dates:
open my fucking door for me. being a feminist has nothing to do with it. idgaf what rationale you use to “level the playing field”. i want equal pay, AND i want my door opened. don’t like it? date someone else.
let me give you some context about the God post:
a friend of mine (who is also a philosophy major and has some classes with me) thought for the longest time that i was an atheist, like her. we met during a philosophy of religion class and immediately hit it off. we even formed a dorky little club, along with other philosophy majors, to discuss articles and issues that were worth it. those talks were long and thorough but so fucking fun. i never...
i am a philosophy major. i am a senior. and i am a christian. atheism is pretty prevalent among people of my age group, major and location. i know the arguments for and against theism. but it’s so much more fun to believe in God.
We want transparent governments, not transparent people– julian assange in his interview on 60 minutes tonight
THIS is where i’m at right now. but...
ok. how come nobody told me about him earlier? i...
What's Happening in Egypt Explained. (UPDATED)
promotingpeace: The basics: Egypt is a large, mostly Arab, mostly Muslim country. At around 80 million people, it has the largest population in the Middle East and the third-largest in Africa. Most of Egypt is in North Africa, although the part of the country that borders Israel, the Sinai peninsula, is in Asia. Its other neighbors are Sudan (to the South), Libya (to the West), and Saudi Arabia...
i'm more afraid of alzheimer's disease than i let...
Our troops come from every corner of this country. They’re black, white,...– PRESIDENT OBAMA, on the repeal of Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell. John Boehner didn’t applaud here. (via inothernews)
BLOGGING via TYPEWRITER.: Transcript of Michele... →
inothernews: MICHELE (O/C): Good evening. I’d like to thank the Tea Party Express and Tea Party HD and the Tea Party National Geographic Channel for inviting me to deliver the response slash non-response slash infomercial to the State of the Union. I apologize for not looking directly into the camera. And… LOL
A CLOCKWORK ORANGE: In the 1960s, a student at... →
aclockworkorange: In the 1960s, a student at Harvard Law School addressed parents and alumni with these words: “The streets of our country are in turmoil. The universities are filled with students rebelling and rioting. Communists are seeking to destroy our country. Russia is threatening us with her might. And…
hooked nose of opal beauty
when i was 15, i met a boy at journalism camp who made me feel beautiful for what seemed like the first time. i was an ugly kid growing up. you know that game you and your friends played in elementary school when you’d start teasing each other about the people you’d be dating/marrying? like you’d pick the ugliest person in school and you’d all howl with laughter because...
escapedgoat: According to Twitter, women MUST: -Be willing to engage in ANY sexual activity at any time (after all, “What you won’t do, another woman will!”~Hoodrat proverb) -Be smart, but not too smart -Be ambitious, but keep them ambitions to yourself, dammit -Be funny, but not too funny -Be good in bed, but not too good or else he’ll think you’re a ho -Know how to be a gourmet chef -Be...
just watched an education, mainly because i wanted...
Letting Him Inside of Me (Anally) for the First...
mybiggestregretever: My biggest regret ever is letting him inside of me (anally) for the very first time, when he had a hickey from another girl on his neck. I though he loved me, and now I don’t even know if I should be considered a virgin or not, and I’m left heartbroken. [Female, 14] i’m going to hell, but LOL. i love the “thin line” (pun intended) people draw for...
there was a point in my life when i was guiltless and reckless and living in philly like most college freshman. there was a point in my life when i was forced to drop out of school. there was a point in my life when i paid my own bills, settled my own scores and lived like an average adult in america at 19. there was a point in my life when i was a waitress. a good one. there was a point in...
hungry for it
i really can’t even explain how happy i am...
you prolly won't read this, but i need to write it...
let’s be serious— none of ya’ll read. and more relevantly, none of ya’ll read this book. but i need to talk to someone/write it down somewhere, so here: i read never let me go by kazuo ishiguro a few months ago off good recommendation and was anticipating something seriously haunting. without reservation, i can say that ishiguro painted a world that was easy to fall...