that rhythm is infectious!
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catherineandsarahsatrun:

Happy International Women’s Day! Here’s a piece we did last year. We’re re-posting to celebrate today. :)

catherineandsarahsatrun:

Happy International Women’s Day! Here’s a piece we did last year. We’re re-posting to celebrate today. :)

posted 1 month ago with 7,176 notes

Happy International Women’s Day!

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posted 1 month ago with 24,188 notes
Happy International Women’s Day, March 8th
"To the people clinging to the notion that female-led pictures are a niche genre, people see them! They make money! The world is round, people!" - Cate Blanchett

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posted 1 month ago with 44,009 notes

Happy National Women’s Day!
(A woman can preach, a woman can work, a woman can fight. A woman can build, can rule, can conquer, can destroy just as much as a man can.)
[sorry if your favorites are not included, I was going mainly for human women, or human-like women. So, no animals in this set. Also there is over 30 gifs. I couldn’t fit them all anyways.]

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posted 1 month ago with 61,184 notes

thegeekagenda:

she didn’t say ‘because i am the best woman there was!’ 

she doesn’t claim to be ‘not like other women’

she doesn’t villify other women and suggest that she’s an exception

she calls dat shit out

yeah

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posted 1 month ago with 72,339 notes

you think we’re just pretty things
you couldn’t be more wrong.

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posted 1 month ago with 4,469 notes

ladies, the time has come. the war has begun.
let us stand together and remember:
men fight great, but women are great fighters.

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posted 1 month ago with 4,837 notes
via xnoel · © argenterica

I have plenty.

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posted 1 month ago with 6,996 notes

iridessence:

sugaryumyum:

Harnaam was just 11 years old when the beard started appearing and she spent her teenage years desperately trying to remove it. She would try to remove it by waxing twice a week.

The primary school teaching assistant endured vile abuse at school and would be stared at in the street.  She became so self conscious she refused to leave her house, except to go to lessons. At her lowest point she began self harming and even considered taking her own life.

 But at the age of 16, she found the courage to accept her facial hair after being baptised as a Sikh.  The religion dictates that the body should be left in its natural state and body hair must be left to grow.

Harnaam was determined to show that she was beautiful no matter what she looked like.

Video

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