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laina:

laina:

laina:

this guy was watching the vmas with me and now he’s educating himself how precious is that

he keeps asking me all these questions about aspects of feminism and he’s like “so basically it’s about letting women do what they want without being judged for it” and I was like yea and he was like “oh okay that’s so simple why isn’t everyone a feminist” it’s precious

update: I banged him

laina:

laina:

laina:

this guy was watching the vmas with me and now he’s educating himself how precious is that

he keeps asking me all these questions about aspects of feminism and he’s like “so basically it’s about letting women do what they want without being judged for it” and I was like yea and he was like “oh okay that’s so simple why isn’t everyone a feminist” it’s precious

update: I banged him

ant1488:

Too perfect for this world 🌈

ant1488:

Too perfect for this world 🌈

horrorgorewhore:

If only I got something like this on valentines day.

magneito:

reblog if misogyny and the wage gap are ruining your chill aesthetic  

It’s hard to imagine the world before Beyoncé.

Between her fierceness, legs of Aphrodite and powerful belt, Bey is arguably the most compelling pop star of our time. But a short few decades ago, there was another artist at the helm of pop music. That artist was Whitney Houston. And she paved the way for Beyoncé’s domination, and for much of modern pop.