TINY TURTLE INVESTIGATORS: THE CASE OF THE LARGE STRAWBERRY
GOOD MORNING EVERYONE
“HAVE YOU TRIED BALANCING ON IT”
“YES OF COURSE I TRIED BALANCING ON IT JENKINS THIS IS NOT MY FIRST DAY AS A TINY TURTLE INVESTIGATOR”
oh my god yes
Heading to my friend’s Gala event for the night. Only had 20 minutes to get ready after getting home from my afternoon shopping and meeting a friend at her work
Thank goodness for wigs, saved me from figuring out how to style my lack of hair haha
You look so insanely pretty!! *u*reblogged from gossamer-and-giggles
And this is why I love Enchanted. It’s like a Disney movie and a Disney parody at the same time.
All I can think about is cheese and bacon. I am really hungry and I wish I could teleport to the nearest 24/7 dinner to eat all the breakfast foods and drink all the milkshakes.tagged as: strawberry please!. then vanilla.
albinwonderland explaining girl hate ❤
reblogged from laurenzside
Someone requested to make this rebloggable. ;)
Jellyfish have been found in every ocean, from the surface to the bottom, and even a few fresh water lakes.
They are made up of about 95% water and are one of the few types of animals that are symmetrical. They have no brain, no blood, and no nervous system.
Oh, and did i mention - They are fricken awesome?! Just look at them! wriggling away in the water all over the world!
reblogged from albinwonderland
I think that there’s nothing wrong with those girls feeling that way, and you’re being a little judgmental of them. What you’re saying is, “If you don’t want to be looked at sexually, don’t dress sexually” but what is sexually dressing? Even naked, the human body is not inherently sexual, but we perceive female bodies as sexual because they’ve been commodified as objects to us all our lives, used to sell us products and sexuality before we even knew what sex was all about.
When we talk about rape culture, we often talk about victim blaming. The idea that a person’s choices directly or indirectly welcome violence (verbal, physical, etc). The mindset that a person’s way of dressing or exploring their sexuality invites predators is one that blames the victim, and that’s not a positive or even truthful thing. Obviously you’re talking about just being “looked at” as a sexual object, but I think being “looked at” as a sexual object and “being considered to be” a sexual object are similar in notion so that’s kind of where I’m coming from.
I really like this quote from The Center for Relationship Abuse Awareness,
“In order to stop victim blaming, it is helpful to understand why people do it in the first place. One reason people blame a victim is to distance themselves from an unpleasant occurrence and thereby confirm their own invulnerability to the risk. By labeling or accusing the victim, others can see the victim as different from themselves. People reassure themselves by thinking, “Because I am not like her, because I do not do that, this would never happen to me.” We need to help people understand that this is not a helpful reaction.”
I encourage you to spend some time thinking and learning about this ♡ Here are some resources to get you started, and there are many more wonderful articles and blog available on these topics.