honestly if you dont think like, the tumblr feminist scene, with all the occasionalyl cheesy kawaii-aesthetic misandry art, hasn’t had an impact on anyone at all like
you dont remember what the average teen girl in a fandom was like before this. you don’t remember how we used to make hate-sites about female characters who “got in the way”, games where you could beat them up, how much we hate our gender and bragged about not being like other girls, used to completely reject everything girly. a lot of us just wanted to be one of the guys. there was a lot of internalised misogyny there
now you get these 15 year old girls loving other girls and loving themselves fiercely, even at the total cost of male approval and just. god. if like 14-year-old me could see this shit now.
and like if you dont think teen girls learning to love themselves and their body and each other isnt important than i do not know what to say to you
…….what the fuck does this even mean?
I can’t even decipher this. Usually I can sift through keybardo smashed text, but this entire post stumps me.
What even being said?
it means that no matter what your criticisms of the “tumblr” feminist movement, no matter how much you don’t like it, it has taught girls to love themselves and love each other - it has brought girls a long way as is evident from the feelings of and towards girls on the Internet only 10 years ago. and that is 100000% a good thing.
do you not have any reading comprehension skills?
"ummmmm ur bra strap is showing :/ "
i thought this was me at first and i was really confused
thIS WAS A POST ABOUT BRA STRAPS
all white people look the same
me: complain about something
my friend: yea that reminds me of this one time when
me: shut up binch. no relate. no reblog
Josh Kline, ‘Skittles’, 2014
Kline presents Skittles, an industrial refrigerator containing smoothies produced by the artist using unconventional and poetic combinations of ingredients including kale chips, squid ink, sneakers, phone bills, and pepper spray. Each smoothie stands as a portrait of a different contemporary lifestyle. When grouped together, they evoke a landscape of aspiration, taste, and – at times – deprivation in a metropolis like New York City.