1. (Source: ttcatalao, via mustangblood)

viα the-two-germanys: Woman’s Witchcraft Corrine L’Estrange . Philadelphia: Willis P. Hazzard, 1854.

    viα the-two-germanysWoman’s Witchcraft Corrine L’Estrange . Philadelphia: Willis P. Hazzard, 1854.

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  3. As I have tried to explain our statutes to Indian women, I have met with but one response. They have said: “As an Indian woman I was free. I owned my home, my person, the work of my own hands, and my children could never forget me. I was better as an Indian woman than under white law.” Men have said: “Your laws show how little your men care for their women…”

    Ethnologist Alice C. Fletcher

    Report of the International Council of Women: Assembled by the National Woman Suffrage Association, Washington, D.C., U.S. of America, March 25 to April 1, 1888, Volume 1

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  4. amandaonwriting:

    11 Untranslatable Words From Other Cultures

    Follow the link for the source

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  5. We like to be out in nature so much because it has no opinion about us.
    Friedrich Nietzsche (via universal-wanderer)

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  6. On Periods: Let’s put this shit to bed right now: Women don’t lose their minds when they have period-related irritability. It doesn’t lower their ability to reason; it lowers their patience and, hence, tolerance for bullshit. If an issue comes up a lot during “that time of the month,” that doesn’t mean she only cares about it once a month; it means she’s bothered by it all the time and lacks the capacity, once a month, to shove it down and bury it beneath six gulps of willful silence.

    Shakesville: Feminism 101 (via andotherdoublemeanings)

    A lot time of the month issues on my dabs right now

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