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Katharine McKinney: If You Don’t Support Breastfeeding in Public, You Don’t Support Breastfeeding (via whenrobotsreproduce)

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Breast pumps are for working mothers, babies in the NICU, for nights with the babysitter. They are for mothers who are separated from their children or are struggling to breastfeed a child who cannot latch. They are for donating milk to children who need it. They are for many reasons and not one of them has to do with protecting society from the sight of a nursing woman.

beautifulblacksheep:

williams-sonoma:

Skip the drive-through and get lucky.

DIY: Lucky Mint Milkshake

I am so glad this is mint, I thought they were making a collard green milkshake and I was so upset

Also thought it was collard greens. Laughed at myself for a bit.

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unforgivingplace:

internetgf:

pugsies:

Scene Queens: Where Are They Now?

Episode One

i didn’t know just how badly i needed to see this

I don’t think I’ve ever felt more closure

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reinventingmyself18:

Ladies, do not provide love and support to someone that has absolutely no interest in you today.

So ignore little miss world revolves around me … I will throw my carrots on the floor. Because loved carrots until now. Now I hate them. 😃 Seriously yes. It’s so draining. .

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imnotbatmanbutyoureclose:

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thewingedshadow:

elliotexplicit:

cineraria:

How to Fold a Shirt in Under 2 Seconds - YouTube
伊東家の食卓

I just did this. Legit.

the fuck

Clearly this is black magic at work here

been folding my shirts like this for so long that it feels weird to do it any other way

WHAT THE SHIT

I just did this for my mom and she screamed.

This is not worth selling your soul to satan

(via mamabearwaitingforhercub)

aperfectlyordinarylife:

listenupfives:

I hate this video. Oh, do I ever hate this video. It’s not just that I have no love for the smug individuals peddling this tired Hallmark pabulum and it’s not just that I hate the “really makes u think” Facebook toads sharing this like it’s enlightenment gold. I hate the self-congratulatory culture that this was watered, fed and grown in. 

Here’s the thing: motherhood is hard. No one is doubting that. When is the last time you met an actual human monster who truly believed that mothers have it easy? Is anyone really spouting that belief? If so, they’re not who I take umbrage with; they’re beyond saving.

Here’s the real thing: motherhood doesn’t have to be as hard as it is for most women. It’s not some divine commandment that mothers should take up their cross, give up a huge chunk of their earning potential and resign themselves to be human snot rags, starved of sleep and mental stimulation. That’s not just the natural order of things and hey- good on you women for sticking it out all these centuries! You guys are the real heroes!

No. Motherhood is hard, but it’s harder than it needs to be because of men. When was the last time you heard anyone say “Fatherhood is a full time job, amirite?” Men are not expected to resign from their public lives once their genetic material creates a new person. No one asks a working father how he finds the time to balance it all. A kid is not a career. Money isn’t changing hands (I hope) when you have a kid. 

There are things that the powerful men in this society absolutely could do to make motherhood easier. Corporate society could be restructured so that women don’t immediately feel the proverbial elbows at their sides the second they start showing. Childcare could be more accessible to working mothers. Hell, it’s basically a human right in most other developed countries. An actually appropriate length for maternity AND paternity leave could be a standard for corporations to adhere to. Fathers could be expected to do more than duck into a soccer game or apply a spanking as need be. The onus does not need to be on the mother; men just put it there and thanked us for all the hard work we didn’t exactly agree to.

Men of the world: you do not just get to say “Motherhood is the hardest job in the world” with a shit-eating grin and then trot off, patting yourself on the back for throwing mothers the tiniest morsel of your concern. You created this mess. Acknowledgment without responsibility and without action is useless to me.

In the words of Jenna Maroney, go jump back up your mother.

True Life:

When you can’t find the words, someone on Tumblr will find them for you.

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bright-end-of-nowhere:

The only two reactions to this realization.

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