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Some of my favorite body paint themes by MadeYewLook.

Pumpkin King. Sally from Nightmare Before Christmas. Evil Ring Master. Ursula. Weeping Angel. The Walking Dead Valentine. Cheshire Cat. Jack Frost.

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Ubisoft is releasing an RPG game in 2014 called Child of Light, featuring a female protagonist. Like most games with female protagonists, it’s getting almost NO marketing and therefore no hype! Check it out, share it around. It looks really cute and I think we ALL want more video games with female protagonists to succeed!


5 Tips For Being An Ally (via chescaleigh)

In this video I share 5 things I try to keep in mind when it comes to supporting communities I’m not a part of. Check out the video description box for links to resources that i’ve found helpful, along with info mentioned in this video. What are some of the things you work on as an ally?


Anita Sarkeesian faces backlash for disabling Youtube comments.

In celebration of International Women’s Day, people are taking to the Internet to complain about Anita Sarkeesian. The first installment of her long-awaited video series about sexism in video games was released yesterday, inspiring an inevitable torrent of backlash. Aside from suggestions that she “stole” the Kickstarter funding for the Women vs. Tropes in Video Games series, much of the criticism is because she disabled comments on the YouTube video.


Leading the charge against Sarkeesian’s decision is Tumblr user amazingatheist, who posted a ten-minute video entitled “Who’s The Damsel Now?" Arguing that Sarkeesian’s “censorship” of YouTube comments counteracts her message about strong women, and that her TED talk about online harassment amounts to “whining,” amazingatheist says:

“What are you afraid of, Anita? Why can’t people have a discourse about your material? Why can’t people make their opinions towards your content known? I understand that some comments will be abusive in nature — probably most will — but so what?”

Ironically, the existence of this response means by definition that amazingatheist is making his opinion known, as well as participating in a discourse about Sarkeesian’s material. [READ MORE]





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We all see some form of this shitty post on our dashboards a couple of times a day. If I never saw one of them again it would be too soon. 

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This is a culture war. The right side is winning, at great cost. At great personal costs to people like Anita Sarkeesian, Leigh Alexander, Zoe Quinn and even Jennifer Lawrence, and countless others who are on the frontlines of creating new worlds for women, for girls, for everyone who believes that stories matter and there are too many still untold. We are winning. We are winning because we are more resourceful, more compassionate, more culturally aware. We’re winning because we know what it’s like to fight through adversity, through shame and pain and constant reminders of our own worthlessness, and come up punching. We know we’re winning because the terrified rage of a million mouthbreathing manchild misogynists is thick as nerve gas in the air right now.

Us Social Justice Warriors – this is me, stealing that word in order to use it against my enemies- are winning the culture war by tearing up the rulebook, and there’s nothing the sad, mad little boys who hate women and queers and people of colour can do about it. Nothing, at least, that doesn’t sabotage their strategy, because they can win their game from day to day, but they’re losing the war. They can punish me for writing this, and I’m sure they will, but that will only prove my point. I’m not afraid anymore.

Every time they make an example of one of us, ten more stand up in outrage to hold her up or take her place.

We are stronger, smarter and more numerous than anyone imagined, and we are not to be fucked with.

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A social experiment, held by Beldent chewing gum, whereby twins were put in a room in the Museum of Contemporary Art of Buenos Aires. One twin was chewing gum while the other sibling sat motionless. When the public answered questions about the twins, nearly 70% of visitors attributed the more social and pleasant characteristics to the one chewing bubble gum.

Quite remarkable to see, how a first impression already provides our minds with an instant social judgement of the person standing in front of us! Hence, to keep in mind whenever you meet someone new, smile, it’s the best business card you can hand out!


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