jordiebean asked: Favorite Marvel superhero? (This is important.)
the kid from home alone 2
I’ll never actually have the college experience.
The real one.
The BIG university experience- the one where I’m overwhelmed by the hustle and bustle of the city life that is the rush to afternoon’s first classes.
I’ll never pick from a seemingly endless list of electives- never pick out one of the various shame-based “____ studies” classes and turn into a social justice Marxist (beard and everything).
I’ll never be fooled into becoming another statistic for shifting beliefs.
I don’t think I will ever feel as though I can change the world, or even that I should.
I will not have an average experience, which is something I was quite proud- and I still am! But right now- not even today, just right now- I am beginning to regret my unusual decisions. I want to know what it all feels like and I feel like there’s something I’m missing out on.
And it kind of hurts. Just a little bit.
sometimes i wonder how my life would’ve turned out if i hadn’t signed up for tumblr
Well I’d for one get laid more
- Pseudo-intellectual white dude who prefers to imagine that he’s more enlightened than feminists and also is uncomfortable with the thought that he’s part of the problem and also has a incorrect conception of feminism. (via brighterthanroses)
….or maybe someone with the same ideals but who is somewhat uncomfortable with supporting equality for all from one party’s side… I feel like it’s more productive and less hypocritical to fight for equality INCLUDING FEMINIST IDEAS if we do so from a neutral point- like you can’t say you want all teams to win if you’re wearing Team A’s jersey. I fully accept what I am a part of and what I am allowing to happen by not going out and protesting all day- just like the rest of us- but excuse me if I’d rather my team jersey say “everyone should be equal” rather than “female empowerment/equality also everyone should be equal”. I know I’m kinda rambling but I don’t want to be misunderstood, but I suppose you’re all smart enough to follow my point, sorry if you feel insulted by my over-explanation.