very British protest. Up there with 'make tea not war' and 'down with this sort of thing' kinda protest sign!

always love yourself. however, until you can learn to love yourself i will love you more than enough for the both of us. you're very attractive, you're lovely, you're smart, you're a great friend and a human being. i adore you, love.

Help each other grow.

Women's International Day 2017

Someone actually said something like this to me, and I was like "that's good for you"

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represents the objective that some women provoke rapists by the outfits they are wearing, above anything else-leaving the women often in the position of being blamed-this notion that if a women is wearing a more revealing outfit, then she is at fault if she is raped. This image rejects this by saying, "rapists rape people NOT outfits" -meaning that a women could be wearing the most conservative outfit, & still be raped-emphasizes is that women are never at fault 4 being sexually assaulted -(b.h)

The New Yorker's Francoise Mouly is helping to spearhead a comics newspaper that will publish ahead of the Women's March on Washington.

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car-pediem: Feminism by Waking Illustration on Flickr.

Feminism poster from the 60's

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