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Today is the day! Please stand, fight and give for life by donating at If we raise $15K today, LRF will receive an additional $15K to help fund blood cancer research. We can do it but we need your help. #LRF4LIFE. #ILGIVE


Kick-ass digital postcards for women to love and treasure

Beautiful illustration by Carol Rossetti. Don't cage yourself for not being conventional. Societal standards of beauty change every 10-15 years. There are more important things in life. Character, ambition. Your body is a tool for you to use, it is not you in and of itself.

Reminds me a lot of what they always told us in Krav Maga - if your life is on the line NEVER STOP FIGHTING

I need feminism because... [this is a repin but I feel it addresses a LOT in a short sentence, which is truly great]

from the Guardian

New shoots of student feminism – your best pictures

In Sociology at (secondary) school, whenever our teacher taught about Feminism as part of the course, she apologised and rolled her eyes, and most of the class groaned and complained and laughed a little too hysterically at everything that lesson.

from Twitter

Psychology™ on

Standing up for what is right often does mean you will be standing alone ... and that's okay ... so much peace there. No more egg shells.


The Most Clever And Thought-Provoking #YesAllWomen Tweets

#yesallwomen. How sad is it that I'm psyched to find this great idea? Instead of horrified that they have to do things like that?

josh thomas on male suicide this is why men need feminism, not "men's rights" - because all the prejudice men face comes from misogyny, not misandry. (as an example, if someone wants to insult a man, they call him "girly" or "pussy" - anything to make him seem like a woman) hope that makes sense lmao

Yes to this, but at the same time, we shouldn't need the idea of reciprocity in order to help others. Are you okay with being the kind of person who sits and does nothing while other people are suffering? Are you okay with benefitting from their suffering? Is that the kind of person you want to be? No? Then maybe you should fight for the oppressed. Use your voice and your privilege to help others.

Emmeline Pankhurst (born Goulden; 15 July 1858 – 14 June 1928) was a British political activist and leader of the British suffragette movement who helped women win the right to vote. In 1999 Time named Pankhurst as one of the 100 Most Important People of the 20th Century, stating: "she shaped an idea of women for our time; she shook society into a new pattern from which there could be no going back."