i found this piece of paper in a desk at school and this was the ONLY thing on it
"Every moment is a moment to meditate on the goodness of being alive." ~Shironeko
It’s funny because actual real people stories are filled with sickening horrific atrocities
"Some boys like pink, and why not? Pink is just a color, and so is green, and blue, and yellow. No child should be teased for what they wear," she wrote on her Facebook page.
Marketing of gender-conforming colors and toys, like blue and pink aisles in kids’ stores or the gender-specific doll and action hero options in fast food meals, can seem inescapable. But the positive response to Zoer’s campaign on social media suggests change is coming — or at the very least, that parents are becoming more aware of the issue.
Up until about age 6, I thought boys couldn’t even say the word “pink”. I don’t know where that came from, since my parents are pretty progressive and never tried to discourage me from doing stuff because “that’s not for girls” or never talked about pink as a “girl color”… but I somehow got it into my head that boys were physically unable to say “pink”. Even now, when I hear a guy say it, I have the tiniest kneejerk reaction of but you can’t do that!
“ LOOK AT THE CAT ”
me every time there is a cat regardless of the situation (via spockular)