clientsfromhell: I manage customer relations for a software company. Me: “I hate to be the one to notify you, but your delivery failed. You provided the wrong address… UPS couldn’t find your office and was unable to contact you.” Client: “Well, we can’t be expected to give out our correct information to everyone on the internet!”
Riots Not Diets →
sapearl: 95% of diets fail. 95%! So many people put themselves through hunger, starvation, and stomach ailments for the goal of losing a few pounds, only to gain them back, and more, as soon as they even get a whiff of pie. And the constant pressure to diet, especially for women, is understood to be a form of oppression which shames women for the bodies they have, in order to try and make them...
I like lists, aka uniting twitter feminists by... →
I launched it yesterday evening, and in the first 3 hours, 150 feminists added themselves and found new people to follow. So, if you are a feminist on twitter and want to find others who share your interest in everything from abortion rights to zines,fill out this form. I’ve been told it is very easy to fill out on a mobile phone, as well as a computer. Once you have done that, have a look...
When did you first feel like a grown woman and not a girl? We wrote down our...– Tina Fey (via rhymeswithshmarcy) So fucked up.
'Overcoming' Is Not a Moral Obligation →
flutterflyinvasion: Society demands that we keep overcoming, overcoming, overcoming. But we don’t have to. Nowhere is it written that to be a really real human you have to brute force your way through your limits. Nowhere is it written that not doing so makes you less worthy. For most people, constantly refusing to acknowledge that you have limits is seen as a problem. We all have limits...
Some people protest carrying signs. Some people protest by making activist...– Kathleen Hanna (via riseagainstyourfate)
Lucy Parsons: "More Dangerous Than a Thousand... →
socialismartnature: The strongest argument that can be made as to why all radical activists should study the life and works of Lucy Parsons is that the FBI wants you to know nothing about her. Lucy Parsons died in 1942, at the age of 89, in a house-fire in Chicago — the city in which she lived most of her life. The ashes had hardly cooled before the Chicago police raided the remains of her...