I love when cats decide they love something.
That is a very patient bunny.
no no but this is GREAT, because what the cat is saying is, “this is my bunny. this bun belong to me. mine. mine mine.”
and what the bunny is hearing is “hail to you my queen, and glory and honor from this humblest kitten” and what the bunny is saying back is
"continue" and so the cat goes
"BUN is MINE I will coat the bun in my scent so everyone knows"
i’m not crying, you are. [wipes face]
#oh fuck#SHOUT IT TO THE BLUE SUMMER SKY#brief flare of patriotism ahoy#someone report the abc for unfair deployment of a hunters and collectors song#upon an unsuspecting public
(Source: cheeseandvegemite, via fahye)
While i college, I became friends with a few men who were very eager to talk to me about feminism and were especially interested in my bisexuality. I would engage with them for hours, and they would drain me of energy. Ironically, I felt objectified for my intellect. […]
Then I realised that ‘feminist’ men who sought out women and engaged them in in-depth, challening conversations about feminism were recreating an old-sexist pattern of casting women in the role of moral guardian. Feminism was the new morality, and these modern men looked to the women in their lives to articulate the new social order and, implicitly, to confer moral legitimacy on them. […]
I was uncomfortable with this for many reasons. One, it felt again like women were doing the shitwork for men […]. Two, I felt it was unfair to feminism itself for me to be someone’s sole source of information. Three, it was very draining to be putting out energy on a topic so important to me to men […] who ultimately had the power to dismiss what I said if they disagreed. […] I told them if they were interested in being really radical, they should try making honest emotional connections with other men. Glomming onto women was easy and fun; now it was time for them to do their part. They didn’t get it, couldn’t handle it. I begged off.
Vashti Zabatinski, ‘Bisexuality, Feminism, Men, and Me’, in Closer to home: bisexuality & feminism ed. Elizabeth Reba Weise (1992)