- 2004: fear that people of the internet find me in real life.
- 2012: fear that real life people find me on the internet.
49,357 notes Source: watching-dickvandyke #COME ON#they're soft and fuzzy#why wouldn't I rub my face in them?#ducklings#Dick Van Dyke#although cottonwood fluff is also soft and fuzzy#and I'd rather shut my hand in a door than rub my face in that#I'm allergic to cottonwoods#so I guess people allergic to ducks wouldn't do this#but I would#and I'm not sorry
So, because some men have managed to sexualize stretchy yoga pants, that means stretchy yoga pants are now inappropriate/slutty/cause for “alarm.” Because the standards for what it’s okay for women to wear should be dictated by men’s libidos. Nearly every woman I have talked to about this — in the office, on Facebook, on Twitter — has echoed the sentiments of the women commenting on the GMP piece: we wear yoga pants because they are comfortable. Period. The suggestion that we A) wear them because we want sexual attention from men and B) that therefore they shouldn’t be worn in scenarios in which that attention would be “inappropriate” takes all the responsibility for controlling male lust off men and places it on women. And that is some bullshit.”
6,941 notes Source: con-lit #wtf#those things are some of the most comfortable things I've ever worn#I'd camp in them if I didn't want to keep them nice#and if you try to call me slutty for loving my comfy clothes#and say that they're inappropriate#I will probably yell at you#I have even worn the TO WORK#though I probably shouldn't#but hey#they looked good with a tunic top#I need feminism#because you'll misappropriate my yoga pants over my undead body