Self Rescuing Princess Society

No damsels in distress here.

  • 25th October
    2013
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  • 2nd August
    2013
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"The world is not the most pleasant place. Eventually your parents leave you and nobody is going to go out of their way t protect you unconditionally. You need to learn to stand up for yourself and what you believe and sometimes, pardon my language, kick some ass." Queen Elizabeth II

"The world is not the most pleasant place. Eventually your parents leave you and nobody is going to go out of their way t protect you unconditionally. You need to learn to stand up for yourself and what you believe and sometimes, pardon my language, kick some ass." Queen Elizabeth II

  • 1st August
    2013
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  • 11th June
    2013
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robtrujilloart:

Pour in the support, and keep up the positivity.

Marcus Books, the legendary (one of the oldest Black owned Book stores in the entire US) is in trouble of closure. First started in SF, then opening a branch in Oakland…I along with countless young people of all races trekked to this store, probably first as a child with my mother, then as a college student at SFSU studying Egyptology among other things, and now as a parent/adult when looking for Black picture books. Reblog this so the petition gets signed, but note that places like these are important landmarks of knowledge and self determination.

It should also be noted that Marcus Books is the only book store i know of (and i’ve called many) that has an Extensive collection of Childrens Books, Picture Books, and Comics featuring African and African American children.

LINK: Petition started by the store

LINK: Article is SF Examiner

(via freshmouthgoddess)

  • 30th May
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  • 28th May
    2013
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littleainthecloset:

burissuka:

nicewarmbed:

peebles teach me how to be you

can we just talk about this for a minute

because seriously i have so much respect for the adventure time team. they’ve made a successful cartoon that isn’t random poop and fart jokes for a solid eleven minutes. sure, adventure time has its immature moments, but then there’s parts like this.

pb’s backed up against the wall in a position that’s way too common in today’s society. you can tell she’s scared and uncomfortable. so what does she do? she beats the shit out of ricardio.

she doesn’t “play nice”, she doesn’t “let him down gently”, she tears off his limbs and stomps on his face. then ricardio tries to play the nice guy card and she has none of it. it’s refreshing to see something aimed at children that doesn’t state that girls need to be polite and sweet and stand by while someone makes them uncomfortable.

basically, i love this show and i love how it teaches girls something that’ll actually come in handy some day. god fucking bless.

And this is back on the dash again.  Always reblog.

(Source: wyntersoldier, via feminist-space)

  • 28th May
    2013
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  • 27th May
    2013
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sabelmouse:

one of my favourite novels by one of my  favourite writers. 
the stories of mainly women, mainly behind/off  the battlefield, mainly jews as well, something the book description  doesn’t say, i wonder why ?
great intro into ww2 and great addition to the male centered history books/programs on the subject. 

Also one of my favorite novels. I love how she weaves an epic tale from the different women she follows through the war. A great read.

sabelmouse:

one of my favourite novels by one of my  favourite writers. 

the stories of mainly women, mainly behind/off  the battlefield, mainly jews as well, something the book description  doesn’t say, i wonder why ?

great intro into ww2 and great addition to the male centered history books/programs on the subject. 

Also one of my favorite novels. I love how she weaves an epic tale from the different women she follows through the war. A great read.