Le monde brûle et moi je me branle -- The world is burning and I'm just sitting here, masturbating

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cheriedayza:

"dénoncer le sexisme que subissent beaucoup de femmes au quotidien" laisse moi rire… tu es qui pour dire ça ? avoir une opinion c’est déjà n’en avoir aucun dans votre cas… ce blog est pathétique et les filles qui envoient leur pauvre détresse son à mon avis des gamines puériles… je ne le commenterai plus, j’ai déjà fait une erreur en m’y intéressant. salut.

Franchement ? Ta gueule. 

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kongsterr:

Beautiful speech.

"There are pervasive stereotypes about masculinity and femininity that define how we’re all so supposed to act, dress, or speak and they serve no one. Anyone who defies these so called norms becomes worthy of comment and scrutiny."

"It’s weird because here I am, an actress, representing — at least in some sense — an industry that places crushing standards on all of us. Not just young people, but everyone. Standards of beauty. Of a good life. Of success. Standards that, I hate to admit, have affected me."

"You have ideas planted in your head, thoughts you never had before, that tell you how you have to act, how you have to dress and who you have to be. I have been trying to push back, to be authentic, to follow my heart, but it can be hard."

Congratulations to Ellen Page. And to a maturing society who continues to change and learn to love and accept.

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october-hymn:

I will never get tired of seeing Ellen Page’s coming out speech. It’s tragically beautiful, the reason being people shouldn’t have to ‘come out.’ They’re still the same person whether they tell the world or not.