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1. Before: OMG guys, I randomly decided to cut my hair!
2. After haircut: OMG I LOVE my new hair~! (Sooooo light! Wheeeeeee!)
3. A few days later: WHEEEE! LIGHT NAKED HEAD!
4. A few months later: I miss my long hair, but I love it short too… O K WIG TIEM.

fuckyeahlonghairedgirls
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Cutting hair short “just because” and changing hairstyles frequently is a sign of fickleness, and that is inherently unattractive. That’s why short hair is often seen on little girls and little teenage hipster chicks and riotgrrl punx because they haven’t matured to be able to take care of their own appearance.

Something as simple and easy as having long, flowing, beautiful and sexy hair is a sign of integrity and being able to stick to one thing for quite a while, something that most people lack in this day and age. It’s a sign of maturity and adulthood.

There’s also something really sensual about long, untamed, naturally grown hair. Seeing it is like an instant connection to nature and earthiness and humanness, if you’re into that spiritual hippie stuff. I am, if only a little bit.

Now I’m not saying that a sexy girl can’t look sexy with short hair (because she’s already sexy regardless), but I think a woman looks like a woman when she has long hair. Long hair is a signifier of maturity and womanliness.

Enough said.

(Source: trytofindthegood)

Some of you just. Aren't. Getting it.

supersandys-space:

If you call yourself “body positive”, it is imperative that you do NOT:

  • make fun of fat bodies
  • make fun of thin bodies
  • make fun of muscular bodies
  • make fun of bodies without a lot of muscle
  • make fun of breasts or nipples
  • make fun of penis length or girth or shape or color
  • make fun of labia length or color or shape
  • make fun of genitals that weren’t assigned at birth
  • make fun of freckles or moles or acne
  • make fun of rashes or redness
  • make fun of clothing choices
  • make fun of haircut or style or color or texture
  • make fun of piercings or plugs
  • make fun of tattoos or scarification
  • make fun of stretchmarks or cellulite
  • make fun of “bad” teeth
  • make fun of birth defects
  • make fun of food choices
  • make fun of makeup applications
  • make fun of the lightness of skin
  • make fun of the darkness of skin
  • make fun of physical disabilities
  • make fun of mental illnesses
  • make fun of fat rolls
  • make fun of visible ribs
  • make fun of self harm injuries or scars
  • make fun of lots of body hair
  • make fun of the lack of body hair

Basically, just don’t shame anyone else’s appearance. Ever. It’s okay to have a preference (or 2 or 3 or 50.) It’s not okay to insult people who don’t match your preferences. Especially if you plaster “BODY POSITIVE” and “SELF LOVE” Blingee’s all over your page.

catcher-in-the-sky:

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boltsy:

duessa:

gamzees-butt:

thischick25:

casinthetardis:

So, we can all admit to seeing some weird ass ads in our lives. 

But this one. This one might just take the cake for me. 

I bet you can’t guess what this is an add for at first glance

Yep. That’s right. 

TAMPAX. THIS IS AN AD FOR TAMPAX. 

Let me just let that sink in 

::slow clap::

hey whoa it finally happened, there are NO flowers or salads

THIS IS THE GREATEST TAMPON AD I HAVE EVER SEEN IN MY LIFE

FOUR FOR YOU TAMPAX

YOU GO TAMPAX

this is one of those times when I reeeeally hope their product is quality

or else she dead

Good reason to use Tampax….

when I’m on my period I don’t spin around in circles…

I swim in shark infested waters

#yolo

This is brilliant: a tampon ad that actually acknowledges the purpose of the product. Love it.

(Source: bloodgulchalpha)

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