holisticsexualhealth
sexreeducated:

constantblushing:


allroad:

slim-and-svelte:

losing-every-extra-pound:


Stanford runner Alicia Follmer trampled during a race gets back up and finishes in third place. 
Amazing picture. Article here.

What a champion. Wow, the amount of respect, and admiration I have for this woman. She is such an inspiration. I can’t even. 

a picture is worth a thousand words and this one really is. I totally agree ^

This is some silly shit right here. A bitch trips and gets back up with a baton she is a hero? Your ancestors must have been some type of magical beings. I know understand the mythos of our kind. Every woman you see today is part of an unbroken genetic line of mothers and daughters. That means some old bitches out running dinosaurs, the next bitches out running lions and last bitches out running Christians and the plague and shit, but they were just primitive cunts, this bitch beat the odds… And defeated the monster in her home known as Netflix to play a running game. What an inspiration.

the way that you speak about women is APPALLING. if you don’t think this story is worth admiration, that’s 100% fine - but find a less denigrating way to make your point. gross.


Really inspiring pictures, ruined by sexist, irrelevant, illogical comments.

sexreeducated:

constantblushing:

allroad:

slim-and-svelte:

losing-every-extra-pound:

Stanford runner Alicia Follmer trampled during a race gets back up and finishes in third place. 

Amazing picture. Article here.

What a champion. Wow, the amount of respect, and admiration I have for this woman. She is such an inspiration. I can’t even. 

a picture is worth a thousand words and this one really is. I totally agree ^

This is some silly shit right here. A bitch trips and gets back up with a baton she is a hero? Your ancestors must have been some type of magical beings. I know understand the mythos of our kind. Every woman you see today is part of an unbroken genetic line of mothers and daughters. That means some old bitches out running dinosaurs, the next bitches out running lions and last bitches out running Christians and the plague and shit, but they were just primitive cunts, this bitch beat the odds… And defeated the monster in her home known as Netflix to play a running game. What an inspiration.

the way that you speak about women is APPALLING. if you don’t think this story is worth admiration, that’s 100% fine - but find a less denigrating way to make your point. gross.

Really inspiring pictures, ruined by sexist, irrelevant, illogical comments.

becauseiamawoman
becauseiamawoman:

y
breakingnews:

14-year-old peace activist shot in Pakistan
BBC News: A 14-year-old rights activist who has campaigned for girls’ education has been shot and injured in the Swat Valley in north-west Pakistan.
Malala Yousafzai was attacked on her way home from school in Mingora, the region’s main town.
Nominated for an international peace award, she came to public attention in 2009 by writing a diary for BBC Urdu about life under the Taliban.
Photo: Malala Yousafzai pictured on March 26, 2009 in Peshawar, Pakistan (Photo by Veronique de Viguerie/Getty Images)

becauseiamawoman:

y

breakingnews:

14-year-old peace activist shot in Pakistan

BBC News: A 14-year-old rights activist who has campaigned for girls’ education has been shot and injured in the Swat Valley in north-west Pakistan.

Malala Yousafzai was attacked on her way home from school in Mingora, the region’s main town.

Nominated for an international peace award, she came to public attention in 2009 by writing a diary for BBC Urdu about life under the Taliban.

Photo: Malala Yousafzai pictured on March 26, 2009 in Peshawar, Pakistan (Photo by Veronique de Viguerie/Getty Images)

seriouslyamerica
aynrandinaminiskirt:

Korean poster which has been making it’s way around
Translation:
Protesting sexual harassment and violence against women
ETIQUETTE FOR MEN AT NIGHT
Remember that your presence can be threatening to women walking alone at night
If a woman is walking in front of you alone at night, slow down. You walking quickly or speeding up can be and in most cases is threatening
If you’ve been drinking and are drunk, go straight home.
Do not pick a fight or aggravate women walking at night
Do not take off your clothes or publicly urinate
Be careful to make sure you do not touch or hit someone, even on accident.
If, late at night, you come to a situation in which you and a woman have to ride an elevator together, let her go up first and wait for the elevator to come back down.
If there’s a woman in a public restroom (There are Korean public restrooms with no gender or sex markings that are open to all people), wait for her to finish and come out first before using the restroom.
Report broken streetlights to the police
Tell other men about these rules and that they have a responsibility to not threaten women walking at night

aynrandinaminiskirt:

Korean poster which has been making it’s way around

Translation:

Protesting sexual harassment and violence against women

ETIQUETTE FOR MEN AT NIGHT

  1. Remember that your presence can be threatening to women walking alone at night
  2. If a woman is walking in front of you alone at night, slow down. You walking quickly or speeding up can be and in most cases is threatening
  3. If you’ve been drinking and are drunk, go straight home.
  4. Do not pick a fight or aggravate women walking at night
  5. Do not take off your clothes or publicly urinate
  6. Be careful to make sure you do not touch or hit someone, even on accident.
  7. If, late at night, you come to a situation in which you and a woman have to ride an elevator together, let her go up first and wait for the elevator to come back down.
  8. If there’s a woman in a public restroom (There are Korean public restrooms with no gender or sex markings that are open to all people), wait for her to finish and come out first before using the restroom.
  9. Report broken streetlights to the police
  10. Tell other men about these rules and that they have a responsibility to not threaten women walking at night

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Hey, guys. This is Balpreet Kaur, the girl from the picture. I actually didn’t know about this until one of my friends told on facebook. If the OP wanted a picture, they could have just asked and I could have smiled :) However, I’m not embarrased or even humiliated by the attention [negative and positve] that this picture is getting because, it’s who I am. Yes, I’m a baptized Sikh woman with facial hair. Yes, I realize that my gender is often confused and I look different than most women. However, baptized Sikhs believe in the sacredness of this body - it is a gift that has been given to us by the Divine Being [which is genderless, actually] and, must keep it intact as a submission to the divine will. Just as a child doesn’t reject the gift of his/her parents, Sikhs do not reject the body that has been given to us. By crying ‘mine, mine’ and changing this body-tool, we are essentially living in ego and creating a seperateness between ourselves and the divinity within us. By transcending societal views of beauty, I believe that I can focus more on my actions. My attitude and thoughts and actions have more value in them than my body because I recognize that this body is just going to become ash in the end, so why fuss about it? When I die, no one is going to remember what I looked like, heck, my kids will forget my voice, and slowly, all physical memory will fade away. However, my impact and legacy will remain: and, by not focusing on the physical beauty, I have time to cultivate those inner virtues and hopefully, focus my life on creating change and progress for this world in any way I can. So, to me, my face isn’t important but the smile and the happiness that lie behind the face are. :-) So, if anyone sees me at OSU, please come up and say hello. I appreciate all of the comments here, both positive and less positive because I’ve gotten a better understanding of myself and others from this. Also, the yoga pants are quite comfortable and the Better Together tshirt is actually from Interfaith Youth Core, an organization that focuses on storytelling and engagement between different faiths. :) I hope this explains everything a bit more, and I apologize for causing such confusion and uttering anything that hurt anyone.