Crown Princess Mary of Denmark on women’s rights in Berlingske Tidende

“Ever since I was a child, I’ve had a strong sense of justice and there are many injustices in the world. It’s deeply unreasonable to me that as a woman, your gender can result in getting a worse life than you would have had if you were a man.

There are strong forces in the world who try to work against us [women]. And that’s very sad – especially because all evidence shows that it will have an enormous impact for us all if women and girls get the same opportunities as men and boys.”

anonymous asked:

Hi, I was looking through your blog, your other half and mine-b's blog (you're all wonderful people XD), and I noticed there are some yumes in the zeki tag (yeaitsmeod and fuon yuki if I'm correct?). I don't want to be rude, but I see most of the time those two are arguing with the zekis. I read their posts and tbh I disagree with what they said haha. Are they the one who start the shipping war? Thank you

Ohhhhhh, yes, bleachod and fuonyuki, my two homegirls, how I miss them.

Indeed, those two are always spitting hate in the tag.

I miss the days where I would laugh at their stupidity and put them back I their place.

But alas, they have blocked me.

Oh well.


The PTR has a bunch of new emotes, and I swear they’re bringing us all closer as a people


The story of a 9-year-old Zion Harvey has gone viral. This Black kid can set a perfect example of a strong-willed Black person, who has gone through very hard times. When he was only two years old doctors found that he had a life-threatening infection that damaged kidneys and other parts of the body. As the result, he lost both his hands and his legs below the knees but received a healthy kidney donated by his mom, Pattie Ray.

“Without my mom, I would not be right here right now. It’s been me and my mom forever,” said Zion.

Black people never surrender, especially when they are supported by the strong family,  that continues to exhibit enormous love, resilience, and optimism in the face of hard work and challenges. This kid is so brave and mature, he is a soldier of our time. 

Black people inspire me every day.


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A photo from the Have A Gay Day page on Facebook, it was too beautiful not to repost.


The fact that Joyce was the only one to tell El that it was all right to stop if things got too bad while she was using her powers will always kill me. 

More than any other character who met El, Joyce had everything riding on her using her powers to find Will. She had more reason than anyone to look the other way on how it was hurting her. But instead of trying to push her to extremes to find him, she was the only one (besides possibly Mike) who really seemed conflicted about letting El help by using her powers. (And unless I’m mistaken, the only one to actually thank her?)

Joyce is a wonderful mother and a beautiful person and I wanted her to adopt El so bad, and for El and Will to get bunk beds and become friends and for Joyce to buy them a big box of 64 Crayola crayons with a built-in shapener so they could make all the drawings together and bond over their shared trauma.