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Harry Potter challenge: It’s not over
day 1: Scenery porn (inspiration from)

This Movie Sucks But You’re Attractive (Part 1)

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Plastinated circulatory system

Plastinated circulatory system

ermathursty:

saw this tip jar at my Dairy Queen today and lost it at tipiosa

ermathursty:

saw this tip jar at my Dairy Queen today and lost it at tipiosa

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Sebastian Stan being an attractive little shit

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girlgrowingsmall:

starlightandtea:

trip-hop-cabaret-dance-punk:


In today’s edition of ‘Unnecessarily Gendered Items’

the only tea u should drink is


I was actually curious about this and so looked up the ingredients of each tea to see if there was an actual reason as to why they would be gendered.
Men’s tea: ginger, cardamom, liquorice, carob, cinnamon, barley malt, roasted chicory, peppermint, fenugreek, fennel, mace, anise, ginseng flowers, astragalus, turmeric root, chili pepper, cinnamon extract (natural flavour), black pepper. 
Women’s tea: ginger, cinnamon, orange peel, fennel, chamomile, barley malt, dandelion, black pepper, orange extract (natural flavour), juniper berries, liquorice, cardamom, cloves, angelica root extract (natural flavour).
I know from previous research that angelica root is used in some herbal remedies for menstruation, and we know chamomile has been used for soothing nerves.  The male tea has has more hot spices (which increases blood flow) and fenugreek (which apparently increases libido). 
This translates to: Period Tea, and Boner Tea.
Thanks, Yogi.


PERIOD TEA AND BONER TEA


Today on: some items are actually gendered for a reason

seerofsarcasm:

girlgrowingsmall:

starlightandtea:

trip-hop-cabaret-dance-punk:

In today’s edition of ‘Unnecessarily Gendered Items’

the only tea u should drink is

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I was actually curious about this and so looked up the ingredients of each tea to see if there was an actual reason as to why they would be gendered.

Men’s tea: ginger, cardamom, liquorice, carob, cinnamon, barley malt, roasted chicory, peppermint, fenugreek, fennel, mace, anise, ginseng flowers, astragalus, turmeric root, chili pepper, cinnamon extract (natural flavour), black pepper.

Women’s tea: ginger, cinnamon, orange peel, fennel, chamomile, barley malt, dandelion, black pepper, orange extract (natural flavour), juniper berries, liquorice, cardamom, cloves, angelica root extract (natural flavour).

I know from previous research that angelica root is used in some herbal remedies for menstruation, and we know chamomile has been used for soothing nerves.  The male tea has has more hot spices (which increases blood flow) and fenugreek (which apparently increases libido). 

This translates to: Period Tea, and Boner Tea.

Thanks, Yogi.

PERIOD TEA AND BONER TEA

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Today on: some items are actually gendered for a reason

the—impossible—girl:

i’m drinking my fucking tea!!!!!

the—impossible—girl:

i’m drinking my fucking tea!!!!!

policymic:

23 ways feminists have made the world better for women

It may seem like a bizarrely obvious statement, but somewhere between earning women the right to vote, pushing through legislation opening up universities to female students and advancing the Civil Rights movement (to name just a very few examples), feminism has indeed made life much, much better (and as a result, happier) — not just for American women, but American men as well. Far removed from the stereotypical and inaccurate image of the bra-burning activist, feminists have proven time and time again that women’s rights are human rights. And as the Declaration of Independence so elegantly points out, the ideals of life and liberty are intrinsically tied up with that third pursuit: happiness. 

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