Anonymous asked: again, anomalies occur. Gender is a social construct. It's about the attributes, behaviour and aesthetics associated with biological sex that have been built up for centuries. In today's society, these are mostly controlled by the media. This process is known as interpellation, meaning the way in which we take ideas about our identity from what we see on screens and printed pages. For instance, that women have short hair and men have long hair, and that only women wear skirts, when in [cont.]
absolutely, but we are a difficult species to change (homosapians are a stubborn bunch)
for someone who’s 70% water you don’t look very refreshing
water cannot be burned
People are boycotting Kraft just because of this one ad
Wow, when you put it that way it almost seems like we live in a rampantly sexist, misogynistic, and hypocritical society.