Just another dreamer

What can I say? I'm just me.

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peachypinkparadise:

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irmoss:

So I was out shopping today when I passed an Aerie store. My cousin pointed out that the butt in the photo huge advertisement (second photo) had stretch marks. I was confused. After second look I realized that there were stretch marks. “Wow!” I thought, “I can’t believe they didn’t airbrush that out!” I wanted to take a picture but there were people sitting on a bench in view of it, so I decided to to go in and find the picture. Much to my surprise, she was not the only one displaying imperfections! Their slogan is “The real you is sexy.” In amazement I took pictures throughout the store. I’m sure they thought I was a creep but that didn’t stop me. I had to pass this along to those who haven’t seen it. My question is, how isn’t this a bigger deal? Am I weird for thinking this is so awesome? I even made a point to say “Wow, I have to take a picture of this, that could be me!” A sales associates just chuckled. But little did she know I was so serious.

Awesome

Love!  Not only are they awesome in this aspect, but their undies are super cute and comfy.  Bonus!

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hookedonhealth:

OOTD!
SO I took this picture before I went to the mall, and I have just come home.
I don’t think this is an obviously sexy outfit in anyway at all. It’s pretty and girly and pink. I’m not showing any cleavage, the skirt is a respectable length, and just a sliver of my midriff shows, not even enough to expose my belly button. I wore this outfit with white flat sandals, not big tall platform pump heels. and It’s HOT OUT. I could have comfortably worn less. This outfit is not out of place. Not anything about it says “LOOK AT ME I’M TRYING TO BE SEXY AND SEDUCTIVE. I’M TRYING TO GET YOU TO WANT ME”
Yet, still.. as I browsed some clothing alone in a quiet empty store, I heard some snap/clicking noises. So I looked over, and a middle aged my was standing there, leering, taking pictures of me with his cellphone without any shame or embarrassment that I obviously just noticed what he was doing.. I wish I was a stronger person who could have said something..  but instead I was in shock and just meekly walked away.
Goes to show that perverts will disrespect and creep on girls NO MATTER WHAT THEY WEAR. Whether you are in a floor length moomoo or a black leather bikini, perverts are perverts. It’s not you or your clothing choice, it’s them. THEY are the problem.

hookedonhealth:

OOTD!

SO I took this picture before I went to the mall, and I have just come home.

I don’t think this is an obviously sexy outfit in anyway at all. It’s pretty and girly and pink. I’m not showing any cleavage, the skirt is a respectable length, and just a sliver of my midriff shows, not even enough to expose my belly button. I wore this outfit with white flat sandals, not big tall platform pump heels. and It’s HOT OUT. I could have comfortably worn less. This outfit is not out of place. Not anything about it says “LOOK AT ME I’M TRYING TO BE SEXY AND SEDUCTIVE. I’M TRYING TO GET YOU TO WANT ME”

Yet, still.. as I browsed some clothing alone in a quiet empty store, I heard some snap/clicking noises. So I looked over, and a middle aged my was standing there, leering, taking pictures of me with his cellphone without any shame or embarrassment that I obviously just noticed what he was doing.. I wish I was a stronger person who could have said something..  but instead I was in shock and just meekly walked away.

Goes to show that perverts will disrespect and creep on girls NO MATTER WHAT THEY WEAR. Whether you are in a floor length moomoo or a black leather bikini, perverts are perverts. It’s not you or your clothing choice, it’s them. THEY are the problem.

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heronqueenblues:

why are people surprised when they see depictions of hitler that show him doing nice things with his friends or people he cares about

did they think he just sat in darkened rooms rubbing his hands together muttering “jews” disdainfully under his breath all day

yes

Because we forget that he was human. We only look at him as monster. It’s easier that way. It’s much scarier for us to come to the realization that he was an actual person.

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queerpuke:

my feminist club is doing the “i need feminism because…” project and hanging the pictures up around school and these are a couple of them THEY ARE SO GREAT I AM SO EXCITED TO FINISH THIS PROJECT

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