In Nevada it is illegal for men who have mustaches to kiss women.
In New Hampshire you can’t tap your foot or nod your head to keep time to music.
In Alabama it is illegal to have an ice cream cone in your back pocket at all times.
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Can we talk about how hard agreeing to this must be for Katniss? She’s been fighting her whole life. She fought to keep her sister and her mother alive for all those years. She fought in the 74th Hunger Games and fought through the agony of surviving through it. She fought through the 75th Hunger Games, and is now fighting through being without Peeta. She’s seen countless people die right in front of her, yet here she is, agreeing to fight. Inevitably agreeing to witness more people die. She knows she might be the peoples’ last hope, and as easy as it would be to step down from her position of The Mockingjay, The Symbol of the Rebellion, she persists on, because that’s the kind of person Katniss Everdeen is.
please let´s talk more about katniss everdeen, because how fucking brave you must be to accept to be the last hope of thousands and thousands of broken people, how fucking brave you must be to put that weight on your shoulders and carry it on while you yourself are broken, tortured and damaged..can we also talk about how when the bombing started she was the first to stay and defend the hospital, she said she would fight and she did it, and the best part she didn´t even think about it..it was her first instinct to protect those people , she is accepted the role of their leader , but the role of their guardian is something that she choose herself without even realizing..talking shit about katniss everdeen should be forbidden by law
For every story you hear about investors behaving badly, there are far worse stories that many women wouldn’t dare to tell. “The most common thing I hear from other women is: ‘Oh the stories I’ll tell once I’m far enough along that I don’t have to worry about being shamed,’” says Kathryn Minshew, co-founder of the job search and career advice site The Muse.
For women who have experienced this bias—and there are many—the simple act of talking about it is taboo. There’s a notion that acknowledging the problem only exacerbates it. No one wants to be known as the woman who cried sexism for fear of being labeled a tattletale, a liability, or, at the very least, not worth the trouble. And yet, it’s only through these stories that we can begin to understand that the statistics aren’t the result of some fluke or mass oversight, but a very real problem that needs to be solved.
Yeah, yeah, yeah, I know I reblogged this one alredy, BUT! Just LOOK at them! I’m not sure I’ve ever seen male friendship portrayed like this, the genuine care you see between them, the way they look at each other and touch each other… I wonder how much of it is the script and how much is Tyler and Dylan being simply Tyler and Dylan.
And you know what I love the most about their friendship? That it’s not played for laughs, like “haha, look how gay they are, except they’re not ahahahaha!” like AT ALL. Never. There’s not a single “gay-joke” about their friendship in the whole show and that’s really beautiful.
Their relationship is so intimate and so close, and they touch each other a lot, to comfort, to reassure, to support, to help, but it’s always portrayed so soft and tender and real and it’s never used to make jokes about (the way it so often is). And I love it. I love how Scott is able hold Stiles hands, because he’s in pain and he’s freezing and there’s not a single joke about Stiles being his “girlfriend” or anything that would devalue this moment.
And I honestly think a lot of that comes from Dylan and Tyler simply being Dylan and Tyler, because they obviously care about each other a lot.