Male culture ensures that women’s anger is not taken seriously (and thus that women’s anger will not lead to social change) by defining anger in women as pathological. Broverman et al. (1972) found that mental health professionals judged aggression to be a trait associated with a healthy man, but not a healthy woman. Feinblatt and Gold (1976) found that more girls than boys were referred to children’s mental health centers for being defiant and verbally aggressive. Aggressive girls described in hypothetical case studies were rated both by graduate students in psychology and by parents as more disturbed, as being more in need of treatment, and as having poorer prognosis than boys described with identical problems. Hochschild (1983) found that males who displayed anger were thought to have deeply held convictions, while females were considered personally unstable.
what do u associate with ppl who like each iasip duo ?
this is just my onion but
macdennis: emo 98% of the time, sucker for religious symbolism, ‘mood’ is the only word in ur vocabulary, who’s frank? dee and dennis (nothing sexual!!!!!): ur bitter, ur probably bisexual, 50 asterisks in tags of posts ft glenn howerton macdee: ur gay, struggle with internalized glirstphobia, fuck an ap bio deetress: ur REALLY gay, u listen to halsey, u watch the mick, never heard of charlie and frank chardee: u love ditty, unquenchable thirst for charlie when he’s covered in dirt and trash, fuck a dennis charden: a serial keysmasher, dnd, the front bottoms, never used an emoji in ur life charmac: stressed, nostalgic for things that didnt happen to u, very very passionate, has 2 fists dee/dennis and frank: u dont exist charlie and frank: would die for charlie, still makes bird/egg jokes, whats coffee town? frankmac: cursed, u’ve watched breaking bad, delete ur blog
Mabon/Samhain are bright spots in the year for me. I have clinical chronic depression so most of the year I’m just a passive observant of life happening around me, but there’s something about the season of the witch that just…idk…wakes me up a bit? I feel more like myself, I have more motivation to participate in holidays and rituals. it’s a special time. That being said, my heart goes out to all the other witches out there with seasonal or otherwise depression that aren’t able to enjoy this season as much as you’d like. You’re still a witch. Your magic is still good. Take time to care for yourself. Try to participate in old seasonal hobbies you used to enjoy, maybe they will spark something in you to make this season more bearable.
My heart goes out to you. May this season be fulfilling and memorable in only the best ways.