shown how to feel good and told to feel bad.

hello. i'm sassy and my name is sasha. i'm a mix between a princess and a fire breathing dragon. 18 year old cat lady. new york. i haven't met a butt i didn't like. no apologies, no regrets.

snuggydean:

mishasminions:

ONE OF MY FAVORITE THINGS IN SUPERNATURAL

IS WHEN THEY SHOW DEAN AND CAS SHARING THESE AWKWARD “WHAT THE HELL’S GOING ON BETWEEN US” MOMENTS

AND THEN THEY CUT TO SAM

sam is me.

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I hate when my mustang and jeep don’t match my mercedes of the day

men: women who wear makeup are just lying to us
men: it's 8 inches

theunicornkittenkween:

ixnay-on-the-oddk:

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It’s a pretty shitty feeling when you’ve just watched a famous ex porn star be allowed in a campaign to reaffirm her autonomy by embracing her time in the adult industry as a choice she is proud of, only to view the ending clip reading “find a better alternative.” Generally the only time people put money behind putting an ex adult film star in front of a camera is to discuss tragedies and injustices that happened to them while working in the industry, which is important and deserves attention, but I was excited by the chance of an ex adult star not having to publicly rebuke their experience just to be allowed to seem worth listening to. Yet the campaign pretty much dismisses what she says as an example of what women shouldn’t *have* to do to make an equal wage, yet her whole point was that it was a choice. I get what they’re getting at, but did they have to blatantly /use/ sex workers to make their point? Heavily let down by this one, personally. *shrug*

Honestly the last frame directly contradicts almost all of what she had to say. That’s hella disappointing.