“It’s funny how people are quick to believe rumors they read online, as if Vince called them himself to confirm. Like yeah he hates Paige so that’s why she’s still in the title picture and all over the new SummerSlam promo, right? And she’s now a heel because that’s gonna get her nowhere too, huh? Damn that company must despise the girl.”
i will reblog this as many times as it takes me to stop finding this funny
I was in hysterics the first time I saw this particular episode of Too Cute. I think I barely gasped out “Get it, girl!” before collapsing again.
Like sands through the hourglass so are the Days of Our Lives. *music begins, title credits appear*
GET THESE CATS ON “MAURY POVICH”!
THAT IS LITERALLY WHAT ANY SCHOOL HEALTH CLASS WOULD TELL YOU TO DO.
So she’s getting punished for doing the right thing? She should have let her friend drive drunk? Should she have let her friend kill herself in an auto accident?
Reblogged it before and i’ll fucking reblog it again.
glad bhs isnt like this
WAIT I KNOW HER WTF?
THIS IS FUCKING BULLSHIT
THIS IS HOW YOU GET KIDS KILLED
Whats the school got to do with it though? This happened outside of school hours so why are they getting involved?
literally what the fuck is america’s schools problem
She does the right, responsible thing and gets punished. Only in America.
I don’t like the sexualisation in the sailor moon crystal ‘moon pride’ artwork. I didn’t notice before there are actual butt shots.
Not buying the all ‘feminine power’ argument. They are 14 year old teenagers. You don’t need to show your butt to show how ‘powerful’ and…
You know what’s anti-feminist? If Naoko Takeuchi felt the need to cover Sailor Moon up because some people had a problem with butt shots.
This is what feminism is all about. Sailor Moon should not have to be slut-shamed because she wears a short skirt. She is not “asking for it.” If you’re getting sexual vibes because she’s a 14-year-old teenager wearing a short skirt while fighting bad guys, then A) that’s your problem and you don’t have to read the manga/watch the anime if you don’t want to, and B) ew, you’re getting aroused by looking at a 14-year-old character wearing a short skirt and looking up it? You’re a pervert and pedophile.
What on earth is wrong with you?
Nothing. What’s wrong with you?
New Device Allows Brain to Bypass Spinal Cord and Move Paralyzed Limbs
Read the full article New Device Allows Brain to Bypass Spinal Cord and Move Paralyzed Limbs at NeuroscienceNews.com.
For the first time ever, a paralyzed man can move his fingers and hand with his own thoughts thanks to an innovative partnership between The Ohio State University Wexner Medical Center and Battelle.
Image: Researchers hope the technology may one day help patients affected by various brain and spinal cord injuries such as strokes and traumatic brain injury. Credit Ohio State University.
I need this T_T
WHAT THE FUCK WHY ISN’T THIS IN EVERY SINGLE NEWS SITE AND SHOW ON THE PLANET WE’RE LITERALLY CURING SPINAL PARALYSIS
“People need to not hate Eva because of her inexperience in the ring. It was WWE’s choice to bring her up to the main roster early and start putting her in matches. I heard that at a recent NXT taping, people were being so cruel, she ended up crying backstage. People need to stop being so hateful.”
I’m not hating on her, but it’s all on WWE for deciding to bump her up to the main roster so quickly. She either really needs to deliver as a wrestler, or she needs to be repackaged and sent back to developmental to train more.
Fueled by outdated ideals of gender roles and the sense that female sexuality is somehow shameful, there are certain pernicious myths about girls and sex that just won’t die. That sex education in America has gaping holes doesn’t help much, either; in a recent Centers for Disease Control (CDC) report, just 6 out of 10 girls said that their schools’ sex ed curriculum included information on how to say no to sex. This lack of personal agency was reflected in a forthcoming study by sociologist Heather Hlavka at Marquette University as well, which found that many young girls think of sex simply as something that is “done to them.”
THIS THIS THIS
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