polyesterpolkadots:

Slutwalk DC 2012.  That’s me holding my sign with my friend. It says “Consensual it’s sexy, Slutwalk DC 2012” Very powerful day. Lots of body positivity, empowerment, and strong women against rape culture. 

Ya, coming this year!!?https://www.facebook.com/events/414110002003041/

polyesterpolkadots:

Slutwalk DC 2012.  That’s me holding my sign with my friend. It says “Consensual it’s sexy, Slutwalk DC 2012” Very powerful day. Lots of body positivity, empowerment, and strong women against rape culture. 

Ya, coming this year!!?

https://www.facebook.com/events/414110002003041/

rathersextraordinary:

My sign at Slutwalk today.

rathersextraordinary:

My sign at Slutwalk today.

br3atheme:

i wanna go to the slutwalk in dc this year

Come!! Uni, the creator of It’s A Grrrl, is organizing it this year!

https://www.facebook.com/events/414110002003041/

Roses are red. Violets are blue. Don’t fucking touch me.

— Uni

E. Wilde and Romy Von. B serving brown girl realness.

E. Wilde and Romy Von. B serving brown girl realness.

Our Grrrls rock the illest fashions.

Our Grrrls rock the illest fashions.

Paula and Uni lookin kaute!

Paula and Uni lookin kaute!

Part of the cast on DAY1 of shooting for the It’s A Grrrl Roundtable Webseries. It went fucking perfect! *ThumbsUp* Uncensored, fashionable, intelligent, hot, rebel grrrls spreading awareness and screaming for change. Stay tuned for greatness #IAG

Part of the cast on DAY1 of shooting for the It’s A Grrrl Roundtable Webseries. It went fucking perfect! *ThumbsUp* Uncensored, fashionable, intelligent, hot, rebel grrrls spreading awareness and screaming for change. Stay tuned for greatness #IAG

aniseshaw:

‘The Great Gatsby’ Still Gets Flappers Wrong

Through their writings, Scott and Zelda Fitzgerald—the young, glamorous literary couple du jour—defined the Jazz Age as we know it. Scott declared his Southern belle wife, whom he married in 1920, “the first American flapper.” The inspiration for Daisy Buchanan in “The Great Gatsby,” Zelda was known for her wild antics, like drunkenly jumping, fully clothed, into the fountain at New York’s Plaza Hotel. Even as a kid, she was always creating a scene: She stole a car when she was 8; she went swimming in a flesh-colored bathing suit in her teens…. 
But Zelda, as fearless and trail-blazing as she was, can’t even embody the flapper movement fully. For one, it was not all white women, as NYU’s Modern America reports: “For the time being, the bob and the entire Flapper wardrobe, united blacks and whites under a common hip-culture.” Secondly, the flapper’s rebellion against Victorian sexual mores didn’t start among the high-society debutantes, but in “working-class neighborhoods and radical circles in the early 1900s before it spread to middle-class youth and college campuses.”

Pictured: African American Flappers at a football game in Washington D.C. from the Smithsonian Institute.

aniseshaw:

‘The Great Gatsby’ Still Gets Flappers Wrong

Through their writings, Scott and Zelda Fitzgerald—the young, glamorous literary couple du jour—defined the Jazz Age as we know it. Scott declared his Southern belle wife, whom he married in 1920, “the first American flapper.” The inspiration for Daisy Buchanan in “The Great Gatsby,” Zelda was known for her wild antics, like drunkenly jumping, fully clothed, into the fountain at New York’s Plaza Hotel. Even as a kid, she was always creating a scene: She stole a car when she was 8; she went swimming in a flesh-colored bathing suit in her teens…. 

But Zelda, as fearless and trail-blazing as she was, can’t even embody the flapper movement fully. For one, it was not all white women, as NYU’s Modern America reports: “For the time being, the bob and the entire Flapper wardrobe, united blacks and whites under a common hip-culture.” Secondly, the flapper’s rebellion against Victorian sexual mores didn’t start among the high-society debutantes, but in “working-class neighborhoods and radical circles in the early 1900s before it spread to middle-class youth and college campuses.”

Pictured: African American Flappers at a football game in Washington D.C. from the Smithsonian Institute.

aniseshaw

crookedhill:

THIS IS NOT OKAY

GRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRR