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hellogiggles:

10 HOPES AND DREAMS FOR THE FINAL SEASON OF ‘TRUE BLOOD’
by Gina Vaynshteyn
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hellogiggles:

10 HOPES AND DREAMS FOR THE FINAL SEASON OF ‘TRUE BLOOD’

by Gina Vaynshteyn

http://ift.tt/1rk96UX
I want Blue’s dress :(

I want Blue’s dress :(

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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=O-zpOMYRi0w

One of my students told me to listen to Iggy Azalea, and I finally did and now this is my gym jam. 

But if you do break, make sure you shatter. 

Might have to get this as a tattoo. 

Might have to get this as a tattoo. 

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mostlypoptarts:

ofswansandcaptains:

so this happened (3x18 Bleeding Through)

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don’t forget theimage

AWWWWWWW

hellogiggles:

15 IMPULSE BUYS YOU’RE BETTER OFF LEAVING BEHIND
by Gina Vaynshteyn
http://ift.tt/1jxUIne

hellogiggles:

15 IMPULSE BUYS YOU’RE BETTER OFF LEAVING BEHIND

by Gina Vaynshteyn

http://ift.tt/1jxUIne

Blood = Boiling

My friend and co-worker, Karen, wrote an article for HG about Kirsten Dunst and some of the comments she made about gender roles. You should it here, but it basically comments on the way Kirsten flippantly categorized men and women in distinct roles, and how this was kind of careless. I agree with her. Of course women are allowed to be homemakers, but they’re allowed to work. They’re allowed to be with other women. They don’t need a “prince charming.” The beauty of our ever-evolving 21st century, is that families don’t have to abide by one kind of heteronormative structure and seek approval. I saw a lot of the commenters disagreed, and this was shocking to me. I was re-reading the article today, and I saw this comment:

As an older person, I understand Kirsten Dunst’s comments while the writer of the article does not. She is not saying that every woman has to be a homemaker. She is saying that gender roles (especially for women) are becoming a lost art. I have heard some men say that women wearing pants practically all the time, and being really career oriented, changes them, and they are less feminine in their attitudes, speech, and appearance, and that this is less attractive. Some women don’t want doors opened for them, nor do they even expect it (“thank you very much I can do it myself!”). Thus many men don’t understand anymore what it means to really value women nor how to be a gentleman. Many women have become somewhat hardened and mouthy, trying to proved that they can keep up with some of the worst men. I realize that many women now have to work. But we pay a price when neither parent is home and a child outside of school has time to kill; then both parents are tired, so it is often convenience and fast food for dinner (which often causes weight gain), and parents are too tired to be involved in their kids’ lives in a quality manner. I am not speaking of every parent of course, but the trend is there. I have spoken to different teachers and there are many parents that don’t care very much, either because they are too tired, or are too dysfunctional to care. Something has been lost in society, and Ms. Dunst is aware of that.

I am truly at a loss for words. Gender roles as a “lost art.” To even compare gender roles to “art” is disgusting. To say men don’t understand how to value a woman anymore because she wears pants, doesn’t let anyone open the door for her, or is “mouthy” is essentially taking a shit on every woman who has strived to combat gender inequality. This commenter even concludes that because women are at work, their children are getting fat! Working women, thus, are the cause of obesity. Why didn’t I think of that?! Oh. Because that’s horse shit, that’s why. 

As a woman, I’m so, so sad that another woman wrote this. She may be older, but she should understand that gender roles are not labeled in pink and blue colors anymore. In fact, she’s even using women as scapegoats for some of the bigger societal issues, such as the way men “view” women “now,” and obesity. I’m embarrassed another woman wrote that. 

Ugh. Okay. End rant. 

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