- Old Spice
- New Car
- hot dust
- girl smell
- photo album
- Arby’s bathroom
- baby powder
- new shower curtain
- axe body spray
- burnt hair
- wet towels
- Boob Sweat
- Crack Rocks
- Gay Marriage
- bowling alley
- mildew towel
- memories of the fifth grade
Primadonna - Marina and The Diamonds || I Eat Boys Like You For Breakfast - Ida Maria || Q.U.E.E.N - Janelle Monae || Man Down - Rihanna || Mr. Know It All - Kelly Clarkson || Run The World (Girls) - Beyonce || Cannibal - Ke$ha || Trouble - P!NK || I’m Not Dead - P!NK
Listening to this while still on my high from how good the finale was. I liked Elementary pretty well before, and then… THAT FINALE.
And I watched it three days ago. Still freaking out.
This blog brought to you by someone from one of those grey states.
Literally everything I learned about sex ed, I had to learn myself because yeah…. Was never taught.
Apart from ‘don’t do it’ and ‘boys are gross’ I learned about sex from South Park.
THIS IS EMBARRASSING.
California, here! I may have shared this before, but over a year ago.
I went to a high school with three health teachers. Two were Christian. Now, I’m not saying all Christians are bad (even these health teachers weren’t evil) but their classes received abstinence-only education, and learned nothing about birth control methods or safe clinics or where to go for help. I was lucky to get the third teacher. I never knew anything about his religious practices, but he brought in a specialist who showed us different birth control methods (including the female condom!) and dispelled common myths.
I realized how fortunate I was a couple years later when comparing my sex ed class with theirs, and discovered what I took for granted as common knowledge was far from it.
Proper sex education is essential because children don’t know where to look for the right information, and will either get it from stories told by classmates, or the internet, which is risky at best. I firmly believe in the value of correct, universal sex ed.
And then just how almost every POC book character is recast as white in movies, and then I told her how half the internet freaked out because Rue was Black in the film… when she was Black in the book.
It’s a bunch of bullshit, we agreed, but it was at least nice to know that people outside of Tumblr are outraged about Hollywood whitewashing everything too.
I’m literally watching this movie right now and holy shit it’s so accurate
It took me way too damn long to get the Horizont Alley thing
HOW DO YOU MAKE A GUY