"Can I Buy You A Coffee?" - An Essay On Street... →
sainthannah: “Excuse me,” she asked. “Can I buy you a coffee?” It was a nice surprise. Most people don’t buy me cups of coffee, and I was just sitting at the Starbucks trying to plot my novel. So it was kind of charming, to have a cute girl offer to buy me a free drink. I told her sure. She brought me a nice iced chai, and sat down next to me, and then asked, “So have you heard about...
13 Best Online Reviews Of The Bible →
“Main character is too full of himself, not relateable.”
: The Excuse →
samspratt: You’ve heard it before. It’s been said by parents, friends, teachers, role models, athletes, celebrities, and maybe even yourself at some point or another. It has manifested itself into a series of popular quotes, even more popular corporate slogans, and is related to universally, even if we…
10 Things I've Learned In The 2 Years Since I... →
samspratt: I graduated from art school 2 years ago, here are some things I think I’ve learned. In the words of my current client, Donald Glover: “I’m not saying this thing is true or not, I’m just saying it’s what I learned.” “Creativity Is Recession Proof” were the words plastered over the novelty…
Consider the following proposition: An employer has two equally talented and...– Anne Marie Slaughter
I would teach how science works as much as what science knows. I would assert...– Neil DeGrasse Tyson
I cannot hide my anger to spare you guilt, nor hurt feelings, nor answering...– The Uses of Anger: Women Responding to Racism by Audre Lorde
As you certainly know by now, in “The Hunger Games,” Katniss Everdeen is a...– The sexual politics of “The Hunger Games” - Salon.com (via becoming-wave)
Women are expected to be nice and sweet, to make other people feel comfortable....
Explaining Gay Rights
lgbtlaughs: [by nevermoreFTW @ Reddit]
Gender reaches into disability; disability wraps around class; class strains...– (via lunar-lust)
She hated the namelessness of women in stories, as if they lived and died so...– Chad Harbach, The Art of Fielding (via fissionaccomplished)
What men mean when they talk about their “crazy” ex-girlfriend is often that she...– Lady, You Really Aren’t “Crazy” (via crookedindifference)
A guy in my psychology class said he thought...
Me: Okay so if orientation is a choice, choose to be gay, right now.
Me: Why not?
Him: Because I don't find men attractive
Me: So CHOOSE to find them attractive
Him: ....... I can't.
Me: Sorry, WHAT was that? You CAN'T????