Day 2 of 5
Hi, Rammy here!!! This is my studyspo and fitspo blog. Here I celebrate my love for books and my determination to succeed.
Day 2 of 5
the level of fierceness in this one gif is overwhelming
Busy Saturday ~
Joseph Gordon-Levitt. Aziz Ansari. John Legend.
These are a few of many male celebrities who have recently come out as feminists. Emma Watson’s high-profile #HeForShe campaign and the White House’s launch of #ItsOnUs against sexual violence have encouraged many more men to think critically about feminism. More importantly, about why it’s necessary to affirm and practice gender equality, given the many ways institutional sexism and the patriarchy have created environments where conventionally white, masculine, cisgender men have power and privilege.
For men who wish to truly engage in the struggle for gender equality, here are some ways they can help help while remaining cognizant of how their identities may limit their understanding of women’s struggles.
The start of my long battle with Internet addiction
25 things i wish i realized while i was still in highschool
Tuesday, Oct 21 (2014)
i dont ship…i yacht. im not a low budget bitch
Why is the blame for romanticizing mental illness lodged at teenage girls documenting/trying to cope with their struggles with mental illness and not grown men who make movies about how medication is evil and schizophrenia is magic powers.
I’m just gonna reblog this every time I see it.
Harvard University 5K for NK: Help Save a Life
Meet Kim Hyun Shik*. He is one of countless North Korean citizens who suffers from multidrug-resistant tuberculosis (MDR-TB), a lethal disease that has been banished from most developed countries but still threatens impoverished nations such as North Korea.
MDR-TB patients like Hyun Shik have to remain isolated from their families and communities because of the high risk of infection and the difficulty of treatment.
MDR-TB causes coughing, chest pain, and coughing up blood. MDR-TB also causes weight loss, fever, and night sweats. If left untreated, MDR-TB will take Hyun Shik’s life.
Harvard Korean Association, Harvard Korean International Students’ Association, and Harvard Human Rights in North Korea are spearheading a campaign to raise $5,000 by April 2015 for Hyun Shik’s treatment, so that he can be cured and reunited with his family and community.
Please reblog/tag this post and help us reach our goal by donating at http://5kfornk.causevox.com/.
*Name has been changed to preserve the anonymity of our patient.