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allthingscatherineandmary:

Ok, so this is kind of scary. Poor Kate! Just a thought…Wouldn’t it be great to see her promote this as one of her causes? (Promote more than she has already, I mean). On the other hand, I would totally get why she’d choose not to as well.


Bless her! I hope it’s not too rough on her

allthingscatherineandmary:

Ok, so this is kind of scary. Poor Kate!
Just a thought…Wouldn’t it be great to see her promote this as one of her causes? (Promote more than she has already, I mean).
On the other hand, I would totally get why she’d choose not to as well.

Bless her! I hope it’s not too rough on her

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Telling mentally ill kids to ‘stop using their mental illness as an excuse’ is ableist as hell and makes them hate themselves for their mental stuff. Mental illness is a valid reason for being unable to do things.
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smyoshi:

Emma Watson is a pretty stellar individual. Given the opportunity, she gave an amazing speech to hundreds, advocating for gender equality, as well as a movement that debunked any potential “man-hating” notion that the anti-feminists would otherwise use. And of course, the video was seen by hundreds of thousands of individuals, many of them being men and boys who are now avidly supporting HeForShe.

I am loving the overflow of support for the #HeForShe campaign, which advocates gender equality in all ways possible. And as such, I am hating the outburst of those who cry foul, who threaten the campaign, but also Emma Watson with potential slander.

Nevertheless, the HeForShe campaign continues to grow stronger, fuller, and more realized by a growing community that believes in gender equality. I like the idea of us all being treated as human beings, and not anything less than that.

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