I think the reason why the phrase “I’m not like most girls” annoys me so much is because women have been conditioned to feel like they have to disassociate themselves from the female gender to be recognised as an interesting human being and if that isn’t fucked up then I don’t know what is
if you have dehumanized an idol to the point where u think its appropriate to comment overtly-sexual or violent things onto their social media posts i think it is time for you to find a new hobby, like finger painting or legos
If you like shinee and words and stories and you’re on Twitter…. yeah you can see where this is going~
A new account https://twitter.com/shineefiction aiming to recommend SHINee fics old & new; feel free to pop any recommends you may have in our ask~ http://t.co/6RQDEVgfT7 (◡‿◡✿)
People who say sadness doesn’t hurt physically apparently never experienced feeling so sad. I’ve felt it in my legs, my jaw, my head, my quivering lips, aching eyes, and my aching chest. It hurts my chest the most because it literally feels like your heart is in pain.
I’m from England so shipping would be cheap for anyone here, of course. Selling internationally as well though. If you got questions then send me a message (or ask me for my email bc i respond those a lot faster than tweets) or tweet me @ nyantalie :) payment through paypal! None of these items…
“Muslims make up just 6% of the population of Europe, and have consistently committed less than 0.5% of the terrorist attacks over the last 5 years. Much is still unknown about the attackers, yet already there has been a widespread consensus that this is the result of Islamic extremism. Today all Muslims in Britain are being blamed for the actions of two men. Particularly shocking was the BBC’s Nick Robinson rushing to say the men were of “Muslim appearance”, and the reporter on ITV news describes it as the “day that Baghdad style violence came to South London.”
The media’s repeated scapegoating of the Muslim population and its continual ‘clash of civilisations’ narrative must be challenged. It is time we recognise and fight against the distorted depictions of Muslims we see every day in the media. When a Muslim murders a white man it is denounced as terrorism and considered worthy of rolling news coverage but when a Muslim is killed in a racist attack, like the one on 75 year-old Mohammed Saleem in Birmingham earlier this month, it is treated as a one-off murder and largely ignored. These blatant double standards are not acceptable.”—We Will Not Let Fear Divide Us. Stand Against Racism. (via foucaultthehaters)