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Gjon Mili, 1948

thebrownskingirl:

You are so used to your features, you don’t know how beautiful you look to a stranger.

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raychillster:

my curl pattern is 3c for those who were curious.  i always blow out my hair because shrinkage is depressing.

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shamelessmaya:

The curly sea monster is back

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Certainly, women behave differently from men in the workplace. But is this difference in behaviour really a mistake on the part of women, or is it simply a way of adapting to the difference in the way women are treated and responded to at work?

Study after study has shown that while men are rated favourably for behaving in an assertive, even aggressive manner, women acting in the same way are disapproved of and punished, be it through social sanctions like isolation and name-calling, or by being rejected for promotions and denied career opportunities.

The same is true when it comes to negotiating salaries. Most women choose not to negotiate for a very good reason — they believe, rightly, that any attempt to negotiate will reflect badly on them, something that would not occur to the same degree if they were male.

As researcher Hannah Bowles says, “This isn’t about fixing the women. It isn’t about telling women, “You need self-confidence or training.” They are responding to incentives within the social environment… You have to weigh that against social risks of negotiating. What we show is those risks are higher for women than for men.”

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The Blame Game — We Need to Stop Blaming Women for Gender Inequality | Crates and Ribbons (via brutereason)

Cultural changes toward gender equality require men too!

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kuueater:

kuueater:

why do dads always just want tools for father’s day

what are they building

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postllimit:

why iphones gotta take two million years to turn back on after they die like you plug em in and you’re all ready to start texting again but they’re like “nope. i gotta take some time for myself. figure out who i am. you hurt me too much the last time. let me think.”

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