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@www.theglitterthread.com
PLUS SIZE  BEAUTY AND CONFIDENCE…………

Fashion Blogger @khaleesidelrey
@www.theglitterthread.com
PLUS SIZE  BEAUTY AND CONFIDENCE…………

Fashion Blogger @khaleesidelrey
@www.theglitterthread.com
PLUS SIZE  BEAUTY AND CONFIDENCE…………

Fashion Blogger @khaleesidelrey
@www.theglitterthread.com
PLUS SIZE  BEAUTY AND CONFIDENCE…………

Fashion Blogger @khaleesidelrey
@www.theglitterthread.com
PLUS SIZE  BEAUTY AND CONFIDENCE…………

Fashion Blogger @khaleesidelrey

@www.theglitterthread.com

PLUS SIZE  BEAUTY AND CONFIDENCE…………

positiveeverything2015:

18.04.2014 Kamakura
This morning we were wake up on 7.51 am by an earthquake with the magnitude of 3 in Kamakura. It was based in Gunma-ken, but you could feel it here as well. It was the longest I ever experienced, but in fact not that long. Just around 30 seconds I guess. It wasn’t around the sea so we didn’t have to worry about a Tsunami.
Because of the bad weather I stayed at my guesthouse for the whole day. I just had to find some places to stay with my laptop during cleaning time and I went to 7-Eleven for food. 
Again I spent that evening with the other guests of Kamakura guesthouse. I met some new people from Mexico who could speak a bit German. I was so surprised! Josafat showed me a show called “Tosh.0” we watched together. I really like that kind of humor. 
Because I had to leave early the next day I already took my last picture with the staff together. They became really precious to me within those few days. Saki took a theatrical “寂しい” picture of Ryu. 寂しい (さびしい) means “I’m lonely”. I’m not sure which one I love more: the picture or my behind the scenes. They put a lot of effort into it, as always. My last picture was with Saki: the “また来年パンチ”, see you again next year!
My last day in Japan. I already miss all of the people I met during this year’s trip to Japan. Every day was a lot of fun. I could see so many things. I met amazing people all over Japan, Japanese and foreign persons. I had awesome food. A lot of fun. For sure it will be lonely going back. But I already plan to come back next year in autumn!
毎日めっちゃ楽しかったですよ!面白い場所に行って、おいしい日本の料理を食べて、最高な人と会いました。この旅行は決して忘れないと思います。 会った皆さんへ、心からありがとうございました!
Today’s calendar:Weather: rainy and coldDistance: just stayed at the guesthouse
Positive: everythingNegative: nothing
by Denise
positiveeverything2015:

18.04.2014 Kamakura
This morning we were wake up on 7.51 am by an earthquake with the magnitude of 3 in Kamakura. It was based in Gunma-ken, but you could feel it here as well. It was the longest I ever experienced, but in fact not that long. Just around 30 seconds I guess. It wasn’t around the sea so we didn’t have to worry about a Tsunami.
Because of the bad weather I stayed at my guesthouse for the whole day. I just had to find some places to stay with my laptop during cleaning time and I went to 7-Eleven for food. 
Again I spent that evening with the other guests of Kamakura guesthouse. I met some new people from Mexico who could speak a bit German. I was so surprised! Josafat showed me a show called “Tosh.0” we watched together. I really like that kind of humor. 
Because I had to leave early the next day I already took my last picture with the staff together. They became really precious to me within those few days. Saki took a theatrical “寂しい” picture of Ryu. 寂しい (さびしい) means “I’m lonely”. I’m not sure which one I love more: the picture or my behind the scenes. They put a lot of effort into it, as always. My last picture was with Saki: the “また来年パンチ”, see you again next year!
My last day in Japan. I already miss all of the people I met during this year’s trip to Japan. Every day was a lot of fun. I could see so many things. I met amazing people all over Japan, Japanese and foreign persons. I had awesome food. A lot of fun. For sure it will be lonely going back. But I already plan to come back next year in autumn!
毎日めっちゃ楽しかったですよ!面白い場所に行って、おいしい日本の料理を食べて、最高な人と会いました。この旅行は決して忘れないと思います。 会った皆さんへ、心からありがとうございました!
Today’s calendar:Weather: rainy and coldDistance: just stayed at the guesthouse
Positive: everythingNegative: nothing
by Denise
positiveeverything2015:

18.04.2014 Kamakura
This morning we were wake up on 7.51 am by an earthquake with the magnitude of 3 in Kamakura. It was based in Gunma-ken, but you could feel it here as well. It was the longest I ever experienced, but in fact not that long. Just around 30 seconds I guess. It wasn’t around the sea so we didn’t have to worry about a Tsunami.
Because of the bad weather I stayed at my guesthouse for the whole day. I just had to find some places to stay with my laptop during cleaning time and I went to 7-Eleven for food. 
Again I spent that evening with the other guests of Kamakura guesthouse. I met some new people from Mexico who could speak a bit German. I was so surprised! Josafat showed me a show called “Tosh.0” we watched together. I really like that kind of humor. 
Because I had to leave early the next day I already took my last picture with the staff together. They became really precious to me within those few days. Saki took a theatrical “寂しい” picture of Ryu. 寂しい (さびしい) means “I’m lonely”. I’m not sure which one I love more: the picture or my behind the scenes. They put a lot of effort into it, as always. My last picture was with Saki: the “また来年パンチ”, see you again next year!
My last day in Japan. I already miss all of the people I met during this year’s trip to Japan. Every day was a lot of fun. I could see so many things. I met amazing people all over Japan, Japanese and foreign persons. I had awesome food. A lot of fun. For sure it will be lonely going back. But I already plan to come back next year in autumn!
毎日めっちゃ楽しかったですよ!面白い場所に行って、おいしい日本の料理を食べて、最高な人と会いました。この旅行は決して忘れないと思います。 会った皆さんへ、心からありがとうございました!
Today’s calendar:Weather: rainy and coldDistance: just stayed at the guesthouse
Positive: everythingNegative: nothing
by Denise
positiveeverything2015:

18.04.2014 Kamakura
This morning we were wake up on 7.51 am by an earthquake with the magnitude of 3 in Kamakura. It was based in Gunma-ken, but you could feel it here as well. It was the longest I ever experienced, but in fact not that long. Just around 30 seconds I guess. It wasn’t around the sea so we didn’t have to worry about a Tsunami.
Because of the bad weather I stayed at my guesthouse for the whole day. I just had to find some places to stay with my laptop during cleaning time and I went to 7-Eleven for food. 
Again I spent that evening with the other guests of Kamakura guesthouse. I met some new people from Mexico who could speak a bit German. I was so surprised! Josafat showed me a show called “Tosh.0” we watched together. I really like that kind of humor. 
Because I had to leave early the next day I already took my last picture with the staff together. They became really precious to me within those few days. Saki took a theatrical “寂しい” picture of Ryu. 寂しい (さびしい) means “I’m lonely”. I’m not sure which one I love more: the picture or my behind the scenes. They put a lot of effort into it, as always. My last picture was with Saki: the “また来年パンチ”, see you again next year!
My last day in Japan. I already miss all of the people I met during this year’s trip to Japan. Every day was a lot of fun. I could see so many things. I met amazing people all over Japan, Japanese and foreign persons. I had awesome food. A lot of fun. For sure it will be lonely going back. But I already plan to come back next year in autumn!
毎日めっちゃ楽しかったですよ!面白い場所に行って、おいしい日本の料理を食べて、最高な人と会いました。この旅行は決して忘れないと思います。 会った皆さんへ、心からありがとうございました!
Today’s calendar:Weather: rainy and coldDistance: just stayed at the guesthouse
Positive: everythingNegative: nothing
by Denise
positiveeverything2015:

18.04.2014 Kamakura
This morning we were wake up on 7.51 am by an earthquake with the magnitude of 3 in Kamakura. It was based in Gunma-ken, but you could feel it here as well. It was the longest I ever experienced, but in fact not that long. Just around 30 seconds I guess. It wasn’t around the sea so we didn’t have to worry about a Tsunami.
Because of the bad weather I stayed at my guesthouse for the whole day. I just had to find some places to stay with my laptop during cleaning time and I went to 7-Eleven for food. 
Again I spent that evening with the other guests of Kamakura guesthouse. I met some new people from Mexico who could speak a bit German. I was so surprised! Josafat showed me a show called “Tosh.0” we watched together. I really like that kind of humor. 
Because I had to leave early the next day I already took my last picture with the staff together. They became really precious to me within those few days. Saki took a theatrical “寂しい” picture of Ryu. 寂しい (さびしい) means “I’m lonely”. I’m not sure which one I love more: the picture or my behind the scenes. They put a lot of effort into it, as always. My last picture was with Saki: the “また来年パンチ”, see you again next year!
My last day in Japan. I already miss all of the people I met during this year’s trip to Japan. Every day was a lot of fun. I could see so many things. I met amazing people all over Japan, Japanese and foreign persons. I had awesome food. A lot of fun. For sure it will be lonely going back. But I already plan to come back next year in autumn!
毎日めっちゃ楽しかったですよ!面白い場所に行って、おいしい日本の料理を食べて、最高な人と会いました。この旅行は決して忘れないと思います。 会った皆さんへ、心からありがとうございました!
Today’s calendar:Weather: rainy and coldDistance: just stayed at the guesthouse
Positive: everythingNegative: nothing
by Denise
positiveeverything2015:

18.04.2014 Kamakura
This morning we were wake up on 7.51 am by an earthquake with the magnitude of 3 in Kamakura. It was based in Gunma-ken, but you could feel it here as well. It was the longest I ever experienced, but in fact not that long. Just around 30 seconds I guess. It wasn’t around the sea so we didn’t have to worry about a Tsunami.
Because of the bad weather I stayed at my guesthouse for the whole day. I just had to find some places to stay with my laptop during cleaning time and I went to 7-Eleven for food. 
Again I spent that evening with the other guests of Kamakura guesthouse. I met some new people from Mexico who could speak a bit German. I was so surprised! Josafat showed me a show called “Tosh.0” we watched together. I really like that kind of humor. 
Because I had to leave early the next day I already took my last picture with the staff together. They became really precious to me within those few days. Saki took a theatrical “寂しい” picture of Ryu. 寂しい (さびしい) means “I’m lonely”. I’m not sure which one I love more: the picture or my behind the scenes. They put a lot of effort into it, as always. My last picture was with Saki: the “また来年パンチ”, see you again next year!
My last day in Japan. I already miss all of the people I met during this year’s trip to Japan. Every day was a lot of fun. I could see so many things. I met amazing people all over Japan, Japanese and foreign persons. I had awesome food. A lot of fun. For sure it will be lonely going back. But I already plan to come back next year in autumn!
毎日めっちゃ楽しかったですよ!面白い場所に行って、おいしい日本の料理を食べて、最高な人と会いました。この旅行は決して忘れないと思います。 会った皆さんへ、心からありがとうございました!
Today’s calendar:Weather: rainy and coldDistance: just stayed at the guesthouse
Positive: everythingNegative: nothing
by Denise
positiveeverything2015:

18.04.2014 Kamakura
This morning we were wake up on 7.51 am by an earthquake with the magnitude of 3 in Kamakura. It was based in Gunma-ken, but you could feel it here as well. It was the longest I ever experienced, but in fact not that long. Just around 30 seconds I guess. It wasn’t around the sea so we didn’t have to worry about a Tsunami.
Because of the bad weather I stayed at my guesthouse for the whole day. I just had to find some places to stay with my laptop during cleaning time and I went to 7-Eleven for food. 
Again I spent that evening with the other guests of Kamakura guesthouse. I met some new people from Mexico who could speak a bit German. I was so surprised! Josafat showed me a show called “Tosh.0” we watched together. I really like that kind of humor. 
Because I had to leave early the next day I already took my last picture with the staff together. They became really precious to me within those few days. Saki took a theatrical “寂しい” picture of Ryu. 寂しい (さびしい) means “I’m lonely”. I’m not sure which one I love more: the picture or my behind the scenes. They put a lot of effort into it, as always. My last picture was with Saki: the “また来年パンチ”, see you again next year!
My last day in Japan. I already miss all of the people I met during this year’s trip to Japan. Every day was a lot of fun. I could see so many things. I met amazing people all over Japan, Japanese and foreign persons. I had awesome food. A lot of fun. For sure it will be lonely going back. But I already plan to come back next year in autumn!
毎日めっちゃ楽しかったですよ!面白い場所に行って、おいしい日本の料理を食べて、最高な人と会いました。この旅行は決して忘れないと思います。 会った皆さんへ、心からありがとうございました!
Today’s calendar:Weather: rainy and coldDistance: just stayed at the guesthouse
Positive: everythingNegative: nothing
by Denise

positiveeverything2015:

18.04.2014 Kamakura

This morning we were wake up on 7.51 am by an earthquake with the magnitude of 3 in Kamakura. It was based in Gunma-ken, but you could feel it here as well. It was the longest I ever experienced, but in fact not that long. Just around 30 seconds I guess. It wasn’t around the sea so we didn’t have to worry about a Tsunami.

Because of the bad weather I stayed at my guesthouse for the whole day. I just had to find some places to stay with my laptop during cleaning time and I went to 7-Eleven for food. 

Again I spent that evening with the other guests of Kamakura guesthouse. I met some new people from Mexico who could speak a bit German. I was so surprised! Josafat showed me a show called “Tosh.0” we watched together. I really like that kind of humor. 

Because I had to leave early the next day I already took my last picture with the staff together. They became really precious to me within those few days. Saki took a theatrical “寂しい” picture of Ryu. 寂しい (さびしい) means “I’m lonely”. I’m not sure which one I love more: the picture or my behind the scenes. They put a lot of effort into it, as always. My last picture was with Saki: the “また来年パンチ”, see you again next year!

My last day in Japan. I already miss all of the people I met during this year’s trip to Japan. Every day was a lot of fun. I could see so many things. I met amazing people all over Japan, Japanese and foreign persons. I had awesome food. A lot of fun. For sure it will be lonely going back. But I already plan to come back next year in autumn!

毎日めっちゃ楽しかったですよ!面白い場所に行って、おいしい日本の料理を食べて、最高な人と会いました。この旅行は決して忘れないと思います。 会った皆さんへ、心からありがとうございました!

Today’s calendar:
Weather: rainy and cold
Distance: just stayed at the guesthouse

Positive: everything
Negative: nothing

by Denise

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scorpieaux:

guysicantfindmyglasses:

kristenanna1:

This was my favorite thing ever.
A Korean movie, addressing how ridiculous Korean dramas are, recycling the same twist and sad ending- and that one guy at the end is just like NOPE, I’M DONE, and storms off. 


What movie is this??

It’s called Sunny :) scorpieaux:

guysicantfindmyglasses:

kristenanna1:

This was my favorite thing ever.
A Korean movie, addressing how ridiculous Korean dramas are, recycling the same twist and sad ending- and that one guy at the end is just like NOPE, I’M DONE, and storms off. 


What movie is this??

It’s called Sunny :) scorpieaux:

guysicantfindmyglasses:

kristenanna1:

This was my favorite thing ever.
A Korean movie, addressing how ridiculous Korean dramas are, recycling the same twist and sad ending- and that one guy at the end is just like NOPE, I’M DONE, and storms off. 


What movie is this??

It’s called Sunny :) scorpieaux:

guysicantfindmyglasses:

kristenanna1:

This was my favorite thing ever.
A Korean movie, addressing how ridiculous Korean dramas are, recycling the same twist and sad ending- and that one guy at the end is just like NOPE, I’M DONE, and storms off. 


What movie is this??

It’s called Sunny :) scorpieaux:

guysicantfindmyglasses:

kristenanna1:

This was my favorite thing ever.
A Korean movie, addressing how ridiculous Korean dramas are, recycling the same twist and sad ending- and that one guy at the end is just like NOPE, I’M DONE, and storms off. 


What movie is this??

It’s called Sunny :) scorpieaux:

guysicantfindmyglasses:

kristenanna1:

This was my favorite thing ever.
A Korean movie, addressing how ridiculous Korean dramas are, recycling the same twist and sad ending- and that one guy at the end is just like NOPE, I’M DONE, and storms off. 


What movie is this??

It’s called Sunny :) scorpieaux:

guysicantfindmyglasses:

kristenanna1:

This was my favorite thing ever.
A Korean movie, addressing how ridiculous Korean dramas are, recycling the same twist and sad ending- and that one guy at the end is just like NOPE, I’M DONE, and storms off. 


What movie is this??

It’s called Sunny :)

scorpieaux:

guysicantfindmyglasses:

kristenanna1:

This was my favorite thing ever.

A Korean movie, addressing how ridiculous Korean dramas are, recycling the same twist and sad ending- and that one guy at the end is just like NOPE, I’M DONE, and storms off.

What movie is this??

It’s called Sunny :)

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isaac-oldton:

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This blog supports Black women being selfish as fuck with their time and energy.

eshusplayground:

This Tumblr fully supports, “I don’t feel like it” as a perfectly viable reason for a Black woman not to go out of her way to do a damn thing for somebody who ain’t doing shit for her.

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kiriamaya:

ineedtothinkofatitle:

dear caretakers of children: stop telling kids “I don’t care who started it!”. you’re teaching children to ignore unequal power balances. that leads to legitimate belief in things like reverse racism, misandry, heterophobia, etc. you’re teaching children that it’s wrong to retaliate when they are wronged. “who started it” is very, very relevant.

THANK YOU

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HA!!!  

Q.U.E.E.N.

p e t t y

Lmao!

jackee =D

Ima dead ass put some cougar pussy on Winston in 18 years

Love her!

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This Illustrator Turns the World Around Him into Real-Life Cartoons

I think this is one of my favourite photo sets on this site
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offensiveminds:

to all the haters
offensiveminds:

to all the haters
sodamnrelatable:

Cool :)
When firefighters get bored…
they made a hyrdopowered hovercraft are you kidding me
sodamnrelatable:

Cool :)
When firefighters get bored…
they made a hyrdopowered hovercraft are you kidding me
sodamnrelatable:

Cool :)
When firefighters get bored…
they made a hyrdopowered hovercraft are you kidding me

sodamnrelatable:

Cool :)

When firefighters get bored…

they made a hyrdopowered hovercraft are you kidding me

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fatbodypolitics:

ursulatheseabitchh:

This is not about personal preference. My feelings about the people on this list range from adoration to indifference to disgust. But none of these people had as positive reaction as Laverne Cox and Lupita Nyong’o did. In fact, many of them actually have a higher percentage of “no” than “yes”. With the exception of Benedict Cumberbatch, Laverne Cox received more reactions than anybody else, AND she has one of the highest “yes” percentages of anybody on the voting list.
So what is the point of voting, if the results of the voting don’t matter? We were told to vote for who we believed should be on the list, we did, and two of the people who received the most affirmative votes were not included.
So what was the point? Did you include them in the voting as some sort of kick-back, or an attempt to placate their fans, without any intention of including them? You included Megyn Kelly in a list entitled “pioneers”, and yet Laverne Cox has done more pioneering for the rights and interests of trans women than Megyn Kelly has ever done. You included two men who run dictatorships and commit human right violations routinely, people in media who haven’t really done anything spectacular within their fields, two politicians who had overwhelmingly negative reactions and…the Koch brothers?
Perhaps you had other criteria for the title “influential”. Perhaps a trans woman who campaigns for the rights and awareness of issues relating to trans women (one of the most denigrated groups in the world) didn’t meet that standard. Perhaps being awarded several humanitarian-related awards and being the key note speaker at several events wasn’t enough. Perhaps a woman who dares to speak out about these issues at the risk of her very identity being derided and attacked, because she wants to make her community better and she wants to help young girls just like her accept themselves and grow up in a better world just wasn’t influential enough for you.
And I guess a young actress who swept the awards season isn’t what you would call influential. I guess a woman who took on an emotionally trying role in a film that highlighted the atrocities on our nation’s past wasn’t good enough. A dark skinned woman who has just been deemed the most beautiful woman in the world, bringing hope and happiness to millions of black girls and women who are often insulted because of their skin—that just didn’t quite meet the same standards as being in a few films in one year. 
Or maybe, just maybe, the accomplishments of these two women challenge societal norms too much. Maybe what they have done and what they stand for is too uncomfortable for your readership and your editor. Maybe you just think the people the Koch brothers and Rand Paul influence are more important than the people Laverne and Lupita influence.
And that is a damn shame.

Bullshit. All bullshit.
fatbodypolitics:

ursulatheseabitchh:

This is not about personal preference. My feelings about the people on this list range from adoration to indifference to disgust. But none of these people had as positive reaction as Laverne Cox and Lupita Nyong’o did. In fact, many of them actually have a higher percentage of “no” than “yes”. With the exception of Benedict Cumberbatch, Laverne Cox received more reactions than anybody else, AND she has one of the highest “yes” percentages of anybody on the voting list.
So what is the point of voting, if the results of the voting don’t matter? We were told to vote for who we believed should be on the list, we did, and two of the people who received the most affirmative votes were not included.
So what was the point? Did you include them in the voting as some sort of kick-back, or an attempt to placate their fans, without any intention of including them? You included Megyn Kelly in a list entitled “pioneers”, and yet Laverne Cox has done more pioneering for the rights and interests of trans women than Megyn Kelly has ever done. You included two men who run dictatorships and commit human right violations routinely, people in media who haven’t really done anything spectacular within their fields, two politicians who had overwhelmingly negative reactions and…the Koch brothers?
Perhaps you had other criteria for the title “influential”. Perhaps a trans woman who campaigns for the rights and awareness of issues relating to trans women (one of the most denigrated groups in the world) didn’t meet that standard. Perhaps being awarded several humanitarian-related awards and being the key note speaker at several events wasn’t enough. Perhaps a woman who dares to speak out about these issues at the risk of her very identity being derided and attacked, because she wants to make her community better and she wants to help young girls just like her accept themselves and grow up in a better world just wasn’t influential enough for you.
And I guess a young actress who swept the awards season isn’t what you would call influential. I guess a woman who took on an emotionally trying role in a film that highlighted the atrocities on our nation’s past wasn’t good enough. A dark skinned woman who has just been deemed the most beautiful woman in the world, bringing hope and happiness to millions of black girls and women who are often insulted because of their skin—that just didn’t quite meet the same standards as being in a few films in one year. 
Or maybe, just maybe, the accomplishments of these two women challenge societal norms too much. Maybe what they have done and what they stand for is too uncomfortable for your readership and your editor. Maybe you just think the people the Koch brothers and Rand Paul influence are more important than the people Laverne and Lupita influence.
And that is a damn shame.

Bullshit. All bullshit.
fatbodypolitics:

ursulatheseabitchh:

This is not about personal preference. My feelings about the people on this list range from adoration to indifference to disgust. But none of these people had as positive reaction as Laverne Cox and Lupita Nyong’o did. In fact, many of them actually have a higher percentage of “no” than “yes”. With the exception of Benedict Cumberbatch, Laverne Cox received more reactions than anybody else, AND she has one of the highest “yes” percentages of anybody on the voting list.
So what is the point of voting, if the results of the voting don’t matter? We were told to vote for who we believed should be on the list, we did, and two of the people who received the most affirmative votes were not included.
So what was the point? Did you include them in the voting as some sort of kick-back, or an attempt to placate their fans, without any intention of including them? You included Megyn Kelly in a list entitled “pioneers”, and yet Laverne Cox has done more pioneering for the rights and interests of trans women than Megyn Kelly has ever done. You included two men who run dictatorships and commit human right violations routinely, people in media who haven’t really done anything spectacular within their fields, two politicians who had overwhelmingly negative reactions and…the Koch brothers?
Perhaps you had other criteria for the title “influential”. Perhaps a trans woman who campaigns for the rights and awareness of issues relating to trans women (one of the most denigrated groups in the world) didn’t meet that standard. Perhaps being awarded several humanitarian-related awards and being the key note speaker at several events wasn’t enough. Perhaps a woman who dares to speak out about these issues at the risk of her very identity being derided and attacked, because she wants to make her community better and she wants to help young girls just like her accept themselves and grow up in a better world just wasn’t influential enough for you.
And I guess a young actress who swept the awards season isn’t what you would call influential. I guess a woman who took on an emotionally trying role in a film that highlighted the atrocities on our nation’s past wasn’t good enough. A dark skinned woman who has just been deemed the most beautiful woman in the world, bringing hope and happiness to millions of black girls and women who are often insulted because of their skin—that just didn’t quite meet the same standards as being in a few films in one year. 
Or maybe, just maybe, the accomplishments of these two women challenge societal norms too much. Maybe what they have done and what they stand for is too uncomfortable for your readership and your editor. Maybe you just think the people the Koch brothers and Rand Paul influence are more important than the people Laverne and Lupita influence.
And that is a damn shame.

Bullshit. All bullshit.
fatbodypolitics:

ursulatheseabitchh:

This is not about personal preference. My feelings about the people on this list range from adoration to indifference to disgust. But none of these people had as positive reaction as Laverne Cox and Lupita Nyong’o did. In fact, many of them actually have a higher percentage of “no” than “yes”. With the exception of Benedict Cumberbatch, Laverne Cox received more reactions than anybody else, AND she has one of the highest “yes” percentages of anybody on the voting list.
So what is the point of voting, if the results of the voting don’t matter? We were told to vote for who we believed should be on the list, we did, and two of the people who received the most affirmative votes were not included.
So what was the point? Did you include them in the voting as some sort of kick-back, or an attempt to placate their fans, without any intention of including them? You included Megyn Kelly in a list entitled “pioneers”, and yet Laverne Cox has done more pioneering for the rights and interests of trans women than Megyn Kelly has ever done. You included two men who run dictatorships and commit human right violations routinely, people in media who haven’t really done anything spectacular within their fields, two politicians who had overwhelmingly negative reactions and…the Koch brothers?
Perhaps you had other criteria for the title “influential”. Perhaps a trans woman who campaigns for the rights and awareness of issues relating to trans women (one of the most denigrated groups in the world) didn’t meet that standard. Perhaps being awarded several humanitarian-related awards and being the key note speaker at several events wasn’t enough. Perhaps a woman who dares to speak out about these issues at the risk of her very identity being derided and attacked, because she wants to make her community better and she wants to help young girls just like her accept themselves and grow up in a better world just wasn’t influential enough for you.
And I guess a young actress who swept the awards season isn’t what you would call influential. I guess a woman who took on an emotionally trying role in a film that highlighted the atrocities on our nation’s past wasn’t good enough. A dark skinned woman who has just been deemed the most beautiful woman in the world, bringing hope and happiness to millions of black girls and women who are often insulted because of their skin—that just didn’t quite meet the same standards as being in a few films in one year. 
Or maybe, just maybe, the accomplishments of these two women challenge societal norms too much. Maybe what they have done and what they stand for is too uncomfortable for your readership and your editor. Maybe you just think the people the Koch brothers and Rand Paul influence are more important than the people Laverne and Lupita influence.
And that is a damn shame.

Bullshit. All bullshit.
fatbodypolitics:

ursulatheseabitchh:

This is not about personal preference. My feelings about the people on this list range from adoration to indifference to disgust. But none of these people had as positive reaction as Laverne Cox and Lupita Nyong’o did. In fact, many of them actually have a higher percentage of “no” than “yes”. With the exception of Benedict Cumberbatch, Laverne Cox received more reactions than anybody else, AND she has one of the highest “yes” percentages of anybody on the voting list.
So what is the point of voting, if the results of the voting don’t matter? We were told to vote for who we believed should be on the list, we did, and two of the people who received the most affirmative votes were not included.
So what was the point? Did you include them in the voting as some sort of kick-back, or an attempt to placate their fans, without any intention of including them? You included Megyn Kelly in a list entitled “pioneers”, and yet Laverne Cox has done more pioneering for the rights and interests of trans women than Megyn Kelly has ever done. You included two men who run dictatorships and commit human right violations routinely, people in media who haven’t really done anything spectacular within their fields, two politicians who had overwhelmingly negative reactions and…the Koch brothers?
Perhaps you had other criteria for the title “influential”. Perhaps a trans woman who campaigns for the rights and awareness of issues relating to trans women (one of the most denigrated groups in the world) didn’t meet that standard. Perhaps being awarded several humanitarian-related awards and being the key note speaker at several events wasn’t enough. Perhaps a woman who dares to speak out about these issues at the risk of her very identity being derided and attacked, because she wants to make her community better and she wants to help young girls just like her accept themselves and grow up in a better world just wasn’t influential enough for you.
And I guess a young actress who swept the awards season isn’t what you would call influential. I guess a woman who took on an emotionally trying role in a film that highlighted the atrocities on our nation’s past wasn’t good enough. A dark skinned woman who has just been deemed the most beautiful woman in the world, bringing hope and happiness to millions of black girls and women who are often insulted because of their skin—that just didn’t quite meet the same standards as being in a few films in one year. 
Or maybe, just maybe, the accomplishments of these two women challenge societal norms too much. Maybe what they have done and what they stand for is too uncomfortable for your readership and your editor. Maybe you just think the people the Koch brothers and Rand Paul influence are more important than the people Laverne and Lupita influence.
And that is a damn shame.

Bullshit. All bullshit.
fatbodypolitics:

ursulatheseabitchh:

This is not about personal preference. My feelings about the people on this list range from adoration to indifference to disgust. But none of these people had as positive reaction as Laverne Cox and Lupita Nyong’o did. In fact, many of them actually have a higher percentage of “no” than “yes”. With the exception of Benedict Cumberbatch, Laverne Cox received more reactions than anybody else, AND she has one of the highest “yes” percentages of anybody on the voting list.
So what is the point of voting, if the results of the voting don’t matter? We were told to vote for who we believed should be on the list, we did, and two of the people who received the most affirmative votes were not included.
So what was the point? Did you include them in the voting as some sort of kick-back, or an attempt to placate their fans, without any intention of including them? You included Megyn Kelly in a list entitled “pioneers”, and yet Laverne Cox has done more pioneering for the rights and interests of trans women than Megyn Kelly has ever done. You included two men who run dictatorships and commit human right violations routinely, people in media who haven’t really done anything spectacular within their fields, two politicians who had overwhelmingly negative reactions and…the Koch brothers?
Perhaps you had other criteria for the title “influential”. Perhaps a trans woman who campaigns for the rights and awareness of issues relating to trans women (one of the most denigrated groups in the world) didn’t meet that standard. Perhaps being awarded several humanitarian-related awards and being the key note speaker at several events wasn’t enough. Perhaps a woman who dares to speak out about these issues at the risk of her very identity being derided and attacked, because she wants to make her community better and she wants to help young girls just like her accept themselves and grow up in a better world just wasn’t influential enough for you.
And I guess a young actress who swept the awards season isn’t what you would call influential. I guess a woman who took on an emotionally trying role in a film that highlighted the atrocities on our nation’s past wasn’t good enough. A dark skinned woman who has just been deemed the most beautiful woman in the world, bringing hope and happiness to millions of black girls and women who are often insulted because of their skin—that just didn’t quite meet the same standards as being in a few films in one year. 
Or maybe, just maybe, the accomplishments of these two women challenge societal norms too much. Maybe what they have done and what they stand for is too uncomfortable for your readership and your editor. Maybe you just think the people the Koch brothers and Rand Paul influence are more important than the people Laverne and Lupita influence.
And that is a damn shame.

Bullshit. All bullshit.
fatbodypolitics:

ursulatheseabitchh:

This is not about personal preference. My feelings about the people on this list range from adoration to indifference to disgust. But none of these people had as positive reaction as Laverne Cox and Lupita Nyong’o did. In fact, many of them actually have a higher percentage of “no” than “yes”. With the exception of Benedict Cumberbatch, Laverne Cox received more reactions than anybody else, AND she has one of the highest “yes” percentages of anybody on the voting list.
So what is the point of voting, if the results of the voting don’t matter? We were told to vote for who we believed should be on the list, we did, and two of the people who received the most affirmative votes were not included.
So what was the point? Did you include them in the voting as some sort of kick-back, or an attempt to placate their fans, without any intention of including them? You included Megyn Kelly in a list entitled “pioneers”, and yet Laverne Cox has done more pioneering for the rights and interests of trans women than Megyn Kelly has ever done. You included two men who run dictatorships and commit human right violations routinely, people in media who haven’t really done anything spectacular within their fields, two politicians who had overwhelmingly negative reactions and…the Koch brothers?
Perhaps you had other criteria for the title “influential”. Perhaps a trans woman who campaigns for the rights and awareness of issues relating to trans women (one of the most denigrated groups in the world) didn’t meet that standard. Perhaps being awarded several humanitarian-related awards and being the key note speaker at several events wasn’t enough. Perhaps a woman who dares to speak out about these issues at the risk of her very identity being derided and attacked, because she wants to make her community better and she wants to help young girls just like her accept themselves and grow up in a better world just wasn’t influential enough for you.
And I guess a young actress who swept the awards season isn’t what you would call influential. I guess a woman who took on an emotionally trying role in a film that highlighted the atrocities on our nation’s past wasn’t good enough. A dark skinned woman who has just been deemed the most beautiful woman in the world, bringing hope and happiness to millions of black girls and women who are often insulted because of their skin—that just didn’t quite meet the same standards as being in a few films in one year. 
Or maybe, just maybe, the accomplishments of these two women challenge societal norms too much. Maybe what they have done and what they stand for is too uncomfortable for your readership and your editor. Maybe you just think the people the Koch brothers and Rand Paul influence are more important than the people Laverne and Lupita influence.
And that is a damn shame.

Bullshit. All bullshit.
fatbodypolitics:

ursulatheseabitchh:

This is not about personal preference. My feelings about the people on this list range from adoration to indifference to disgust. But none of these people had as positive reaction as Laverne Cox and Lupita Nyong’o did. In fact, many of them actually have a higher percentage of “no” than “yes”. With the exception of Benedict Cumberbatch, Laverne Cox received more reactions than anybody else, AND she has one of the highest “yes” percentages of anybody on the voting list.
So what is the point of voting, if the results of the voting don’t matter? We were told to vote for who we believed should be on the list, we did, and two of the people who received the most affirmative votes were not included.
So what was the point? Did you include them in the voting as some sort of kick-back, or an attempt to placate their fans, without any intention of including them? You included Megyn Kelly in a list entitled “pioneers”, and yet Laverne Cox has done more pioneering for the rights and interests of trans women than Megyn Kelly has ever done. You included two men who run dictatorships and commit human right violations routinely, people in media who haven’t really done anything spectacular within their fields, two politicians who had overwhelmingly negative reactions and…the Koch brothers?
Perhaps you had other criteria for the title “influential”. Perhaps a trans woman who campaigns for the rights and awareness of issues relating to trans women (one of the most denigrated groups in the world) didn’t meet that standard. Perhaps being awarded several humanitarian-related awards and being the key note speaker at several events wasn’t enough. Perhaps a woman who dares to speak out about these issues at the risk of her very identity being derided and attacked, because she wants to make her community better and she wants to help young girls just like her accept themselves and grow up in a better world just wasn’t influential enough for you.
And I guess a young actress who swept the awards season isn’t what you would call influential. I guess a woman who took on an emotionally trying role in a film that highlighted the atrocities on our nation’s past wasn’t good enough. A dark skinned woman who has just been deemed the most beautiful woman in the world, bringing hope and happiness to millions of black girls and women who are often insulted because of their skin—that just didn’t quite meet the same standards as being in a few films in one year. 
Or maybe, just maybe, the accomplishments of these two women challenge societal norms too much. Maybe what they have done and what they stand for is too uncomfortable for your readership and your editor. Maybe you just think the people the Koch brothers and Rand Paul influence are more important than the people Laverne and Lupita influence.
And that is a damn shame.

Bullshit. All bullshit.
fatbodypolitics:

ursulatheseabitchh:

This is not about personal preference. My feelings about the people on this list range from adoration to indifference to disgust. But none of these people had as positive reaction as Laverne Cox and Lupita Nyong’o did. In fact, many of them actually have a higher percentage of “no” than “yes”. With the exception of Benedict Cumberbatch, Laverne Cox received more reactions than anybody else, AND she has one of the highest “yes” percentages of anybody on the voting list.
So what is the point of voting, if the results of the voting don’t matter? We were told to vote for who we believed should be on the list, we did, and two of the people who received the most affirmative votes were not included.
So what was the point? Did you include them in the voting as some sort of kick-back, or an attempt to placate their fans, without any intention of including them? You included Megyn Kelly in a list entitled “pioneers”, and yet Laverne Cox has done more pioneering for the rights and interests of trans women than Megyn Kelly has ever done. You included two men who run dictatorships and commit human right violations routinely, people in media who haven’t really done anything spectacular within their fields, two politicians who had overwhelmingly negative reactions and…the Koch brothers?
Perhaps you had other criteria for the title “influential”. Perhaps a trans woman who campaigns for the rights and awareness of issues relating to trans women (one of the most denigrated groups in the world) didn’t meet that standard. Perhaps being awarded several humanitarian-related awards and being the key note speaker at several events wasn’t enough. Perhaps a woman who dares to speak out about these issues at the risk of her very identity being derided and attacked, because she wants to make her community better and she wants to help young girls just like her accept themselves and grow up in a better world just wasn’t influential enough for you.
And I guess a young actress who swept the awards season isn’t what you would call influential. I guess a woman who took on an emotionally trying role in a film that highlighted the atrocities on our nation’s past wasn’t good enough. A dark skinned woman who has just been deemed the most beautiful woman in the world, bringing hope and happiness to millions of black girls and women who are often insulted because of their skin—that just didn’t quite meet the same standards as being in a few films in one year. 
Or maybe, just maybe, the accomplishments of these two women challenge societal norms too much. Maybe what they have done and what they stand for is too uncomfortable for your readership and your editor. Maybe you just think the people the Koch brothers and Rand Paul influence are more important than the people Laverne and Lupita influence.
And that is a damn shame.

Bullshit. All bullshit.
fatbodypolitics:

ursulatheseabitchh:

This is not about personal preference. My feelings about the people on this list range from adoration to indifference to disgust. But none of these people had as positive reaction as Laverne Cox and Lupita Nyong’o did. In fact, many of them actually have a higher percentage of “no” than “yes”. With the exception of Benedict Cumberbatch, Laverne Cox received more reactions than anybody else, AND she has one of the highest “yes” percentages of anybody on the voting list.
So what is the point of voting, if the results of the voting don’t matter? We were told to vote for who we believed should be on the list, we did, and two of the people who received the most affirmative votes were not included.
So what was the point? Did you include them in the voting as some sort of kick-back, or an attempt to placate their fans, without any intention of including them? You included Megyn Kelly in a list entitled “pioneers”, and yet Laverne Cox has done more pioneering for the rights and interests of trans women than Megyn Kelly has ever done. You included two men who run dictatorships and commit human right violations routinely, people in media who haven’t really done anything spectacular within their fields, two politicians who had overwhelmingly negative reactions and…the Koch brothers?
Perhaps you had other criteria for the title “influential”. Perhaps a trans woman who campaigns for the rights and awareness of issues relating to trans women (one of the most denigrated groups in the world) didn’t meet that standard. Perhaps being awarded several humanitarian-related awards and being the key note speaker at several events wasn’t enough. Perhaps a woman who dares to speak out about these issues at the risk of her very identity being derided and attacked, because she wants to make her community better and she wants to help young girls just like her accept themselves and grow up in a better world just wasn’t influential enough for you.
And I guess a young actress who swept the awards season isn’t what you would call influential. I guess a woman who took on an emotionally trying role in a film that highlighted the atrocities on our nation’s past wasn’t good enough. A dark skinned woman who has just been deemed the most beautiful woman in the world, bringing hope and happiness to millions of black girls and women who are often insulted because of their skin—that just didn’t quite meet the same standards as being in a few films in one year. 
Or maybe, just maybe, the accomplishments of these two women challenge societal norms too much. Maybe what they have done and what they stand for is too uncomfortable for your readership and your editor. Maybe you just think the people the Koch brothers and Rand Paul influence are more important than the people Laverne and Lupita influence.
And that is a damn shame.

Bullshit. All bullshit.

fatbodypolitics:

ursulatheseabitchh:

This is not about personal preference. My feelings about the people on this list range from adoration to indifference to disgust. But none of these people had as positive reaction as Laverne Cox and Lupita Nyong’o did. In fact, many of them actually have a higher percentage of “no” than “yes”. With the exception of Benedict Cumberbatch, Laverne Cox received more reactions than anybody else, AND she has one of the highest “yes” percentages of anybody on the voting list.

So what is the point of voting, if the results of the voting don’t matter? We were told to vote for who we believed should be on the list, we did, and two of the people who received the most affirmative votes were not included.

So what was the point? Did you include them in the voting as some sort of kick-back, or an attempt to placate their fans, without any intention of including them? You included Megyn Kelly in a list entitled “pioneers”, and yet Laverne Cox has done more pioneering for the rights and interests of trans women than Megyn Kelly has ever done. You included two men who run dictatorships and commit human right violations routinely, people in media who haven’t really done anything spectacular within their fields, two politicians who had overwhelmingly negative reactions and…the Koch brothers?

Perhaps you had other criteria for the title “influential”. Perhaps a trans woman who campaigns for the rights and awareness of issues relating to trans women (one of the most denigrated groups in the world) didn’t meet that standard. Perhaps being awarded several humanitarian-related awards and being the key note speaker at several events wasn’t enough. Perhaps a woman who dares to speak out about these issues at the risk of her very identity being derided and attacked, because she wants to make her community better and she wants to help young girls just like her accept themselves and grow up in a better world just wasn’t influential enough for you.

And I guess a young actress who swept the awards season isn’t what you would call influential. I guess a woman who took on an emotionally trying role in a film that highlighted the atrocities on our nation’s past wasn’t good enough. A dark skinned woman who has just been deemed the most beautiful woman in the world, bringing hope and happiness to millions of black girls and women who are often insulted because of their skin—that just didn’t quite meet the same standards as being in a few films in one year. 

Or maybe, just maybe, the accomplishments of these two women challenge societal norms too much. Maybe what they have done and what they stand for is too uncomfortable for your readership and your editor. Maybe you just think the people the Koch brothers and Rand Paul influence are more important than the people Laverne and Lupita influence.

And that is a damn shame.

Bullshit. All bullshit.

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whisperingsweetsins:

aflorian:

Let the casting games begin..
She really pulls off this #ShanaElmsford look lovely.. Good luck @ynotkeeb … #JemTheMovie

OMG!!!!

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cuntphrase:

unpopularqueen:

I LITERALLY STRUGGLE TO BELIEVE THAT SOME PEOPLE HAVNT TRIED TIM TAMS, VEGEMITE, FAIRY BREAD, WIZZ FIZZ, CHICOS, MINTIES AND CARAMELLO KOALAS
U R MISSING SK MUCH

are those street names for drugs

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