Like most girls, my daughter hears, “That’s a pretty dress, did you pick it yourself?” or “What lovely hair you have,” or “You have the most amazing eyelashes,” or “I like the bows on your shoes,” or “You are so cute” almost every time somebody engages in conversation with her.

If family, friends, shop assistants, complete strangers, and even Santa only remark on how girls look, rather than what they think and do, how can we expect girls to believe that they have anything more to offer the world than their beauty?

How To Break The Ice With Little Girls That Doesn’t Involve Commenting On Their Appearance  (via closedforprayer)

ofuckme:

why are mangoes called mangoes where is the man going 

clirtyclan:

hileona:

sluttyoliveoil:

date a girl who eats books

eat a girl who dates books

Book a date to eat girls

stopholdingontoair:

It’s weird to think about how your birth is a fixed point in time but your death is constantly moving based on the decisions you make. The length of your life is always fluctuating.