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Violence And Perfume

I'm Miranda, 22, white, she/her/they/them, bisexual. Band stuff, social justice, movies (mostly horror), and weird ass posts are what you are gonna find here, Icon by thiccbeetleboi byf 4 8 15 16 23 42

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    nosy anons let's go

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    sometimes I hate how much modern clothing is determined to show women’s bodies

    like if it’s not skimpy, it’s skin-tight- leggings, skinny jeans, bodycon dresses, etc.

    doing historical costuming has made me hyper-aware of just how “on display” my body is when I’m wearing normal modern outfits, and it affects my behavior. don’t bend over to pick things up at work because men will stare at your ass. sit differently so you don’t show stomach rolls. a guy running a pop-up stand next to my shop commented so much on how I had “great legs” that I didn’t wear leggings and skirts- one of my favorite winter outfit combinations -for the rest of the season

    there’s a certain freedom in medium-to-long skirts and skirt supports, I find: the freedom to define what people see of my body. men won’t stop being creepy no matter what women wear, but I like that kind of dramatic body re-framing. you don’t get to see my legs and hips, Creepy Guys. you get to see a massive bell skirt, or a bustle, or an upended trumpet flower shape. my body is to be seen only by those I’ve chosen to trust, not the world at large

    of course, empowerment is different for different women. some feel comfortable and powerful showing as much of their shape as possible, and I applaud them in doing exactly that. what pisses me off is the pressure from the fashion industry for all of us to be empowered by the same thing…a thing that just so happens to tie in with the diet industry and the cosmetics industry. it’s easier to sell the idea that you have to be hairless and smooth and thin and blemish-free when it’s all on display

    sometimes I just wish I could go about in a hoop skirt and a t-shirt that says “fuck off” in delicate script

    BEST RESPONSE TO ANY POST OF MINE EVER

    THANK YOU

    Technically unless there’s a dress code for your work or whatever there’s nothing that says you can’t wear a hoop skirt everywhere.

    Fight the man.

    Wear a hoop skirt if you want.

    I see this post a lot and I’m sure I’ve seen someone I follow add on this as well but if you agree with the sentiment of this post I really hope you also support hijabis and niqabis, because that is more or less the core of how we dress. Observing hijab is religious, yes, but dressing modestly is like as OP said “my body is to be seen only by those I’ve chosen to trust, not the world at large”. that is the exact sentiment behind why I wear niqab (the religious reasons for wearing it I don’t feel comfortable talking about a lot, because how i express my faith is personal and between me and Allah(SWT)), because I get to choose who sees my body and how much of it they see and because I like having that control and I think it’s fun and I enjoy it!

    If you now support people choosing to dress modestly for whatever reason, you must include supporting hijabis and niqabis who have been dressing modestly forever.

    Calling a canon bisexual woman a lesbian becuase she has a female love interest or is in a wlw relationship is bisexual erasure and biphobic!!!!

    bel-mont-bae

    <>Same thing goes for bisexual men and mlm relationships!!!!!

    bel-mont-bae

    REBLOG THIS VERSION TOO YOU COWARDS

    Same thing for bisexual people in m/f relationships that people call straight.

    👀

    a-stop-along-the-way

    AS A BI PERSON I THANK YOU

    please make sure that wherever you’re at in life, you don’t treat it like a transitory period. don’t waste your college years wishing to already be graduated & have a job. don’t waste your single years wishing for someone to be in love with. if/when those things come, they will come in due time and they will be good. but there is nothing like looking back and feeling empty because you wasted literal years ignoring what you had because you were hoping for something better. while it’s important to better yourself and reach for your goals, don’t neglect the present because that’s where you are now and it’s your now that determines your future. 

    anonymous

    hey so, what ARE some weird things billie joe did that you remember off the top of your head? I could just google it but tbh im more curious to hear your thoughts

    Off the top of my head?

    Wore a g string multiple times on stage while performing King For A Day for some reason

    Performed at Madison Square Garden completely naked

    Who knows how many times this man has mooned the crowd, he’s done it a thousand times

    The existence of the song Fuck Time. The fact that he sang the hook to Fuck Time while performing on Broadway

    Swung on a chandelier and it broke, there is footage of this

    Got his nose ring removed bc it kept getting stuck in his guitar strings

    Welcome to Paradise is based on the time he lived in like abandoned buildings and shit

    He has a pin that says “All-American Cocksucker”

    He somehow wrote Jesus of Suburbia but also wrote Nightlife, the disparity of quality between these two songs is astronomical

    He’s 48 and looks better in eyeliner than I do

    That’s all I’ve got rn my brain is fried atm for unrelated reasons

    We cannot keep telling disabled and mentally ill people that "maybe someday, if you work really hard, you can become a valuable person." We're valuable NOW. Even if we can't work. Even if we can't study. Even if we need help. Even if we can't provide for ourselves. Even if we struggle. Even if we fail. Our worth is inherent because we're here and we're human and we cannot live a happy life on the hope that maybe someday we can become good enough for society. We're already worthy and valuable as we are and we need y'all to acknowledge that.