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Michelle / Melbourne, Australia. Writer, medical student, cruciverbalist and cat aficionado. Creative subeditor at Lot's Wife and fiction editor at Voiceworks Magazine.
I am pro-choice, anti-bullshit and proudly feminist.
This blog features politics, gender equality, racial issues, pop culture and some daily shenanigans. All opinions my own. Join the conversation and drop me an ask. x
[Another plausible reason as to why Elsa never left her room: She was too busy giffing Frozen. (Used the karaoke track from here)]
Do you wanna get off tumblr? Come on let’s go outside! You’ve been giffing Frozen for a week. We never speak. I can tell that it’s a lie.
When I ask you to hang out And you tell me That you have a stomachache Do you wanna get off tumblr? Oh would you please just get off tumblr (One more post, Anna!) Okay bye
Do you wanna get off tumblr? I haven’t seen you in a year! Just close your laptop and walk out the door. It will be like before If you’d please come out here! (I’ll cut the wifi!)
It must get really lonely In an empty room On your own with just a blog! Re-blog, re-blog re-blog re-blog
Elsa? I know you’re still in there. You’re still the person I once knew. I’m so done trying to get you outside, But look on the bright side I signed up too!
We only have each other And this website too. Please teach me how to gif.
Will you follow me on tumblr?
PORTLAND, OR—Saying that she just wanted a little time to relax and “not even think about” confining gender stereotypes, local health care industry consultant Natalie Jenkins reportedly took a 30-minute break from being a feminist last night to kick back and enjoy a television program.
Jenkins, 29, told reporters that after a long and tiring day at her office, all she wanted to do was return home, sit down on her couch, turn on an episode of the TLC reality show
Say Yes To The Dress, and treat herself to a brief half hour in which she could look past all the various and near constant ways popular culture undermines the progress of women.
Shing Yin Khor delivers an illustrated tale of race and Power Rangers and ass-kickery.
Oh god this makes me want to cry and rage and laugh and hug her really, really tight. She gets it, the way only another Asian women could get it. I love this.
A more accurate picture of me has never been painted.
Exams are in 10 weeks and even though that sounds ridiculously far away, it really isn’t. I’m hoping that my inner organisational bitch comes out and manages to power through this.