women as an object

not saying this bc im black (lets pretend complete objectivity exists for a sec) but black women are literally sf incredible and beautiful

I don’t want to get any hate about this cuz I like Chris Wood and I liked how Mon El was sort of this new guy with a shady past at the beginning of his storyline but I really don’t like his relationship with Kara, not because I think she should be with someone else because I’m not really a fan of shipping characters, but because Mon El is starting to be emotionally abusive and it’s putting Kara into situations she doesn’t want to be in. I don’t like how the writers are putting Kara in emotional and physical danger for the sake of a relationship. Again I just want to say I like Mon El and I’d be fine with them as a couple if he wasn’t manipulating her and saying how he wishes he was just objecting women on his planet instead of her not going along with his plan. It’s just not cool.

senshiofmom  asked:

Top 10 sailor Moon Monster of the week

10. Screaming violin woman (093)

9. Pegasus hits the gym (143)

8. WHAT the ACTUAL HELL (151)

7. An 80s stripper who also happens to be a shoe (106)

6. Me (114)

5. The animation department had a lot of extra pink paint (174)

4. An elephant vacuum cleaner, but like in a sexy way (094)

3. My breasts are two small screaming snowmen (038)

2. Ball Family (132, 140, 146)

1. A straight-up, actual volcano (067)

9

Deconstructed Nature Portraits, Vicki Rawlins

Chicago-based artist Vicki Rawlins constructs whimsical portraits of enigmatic, legendary women using flowers, greenery, sand and other organic objects. These unconventional works of art are captivating not only for their creativity but also for their ephemeral journey to creation and destruction. Rawlins has prints available of her works at http://sistergolden.com.

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this just in:

bi women are not objects that exist in relation to men. we are individual human beings with whole worlds in which men have zero bearing. caring about bi women regardless of relationship status =/= having to care about m/f relationships and bi women existing doesn’t open up wlw communities to men.

bi women exist for ourselves and no one else. stop dictating that we exist for and around men.