Ucky jeans indeed…
“Being a woman is not a means to humiliate and punish anyone”
After a policeman in the Iranian Kurdish town of Marivan paraded an accused criminal in traditional Kurdish women’s clothes in the streets in order to humiliate him, women marched in the city condemning the use of women’s attire as a kind of humiliation.
In support, an internet campaign of Kurdish and other Iranian men has sprung up showing men wearing Kurdish women’s clothes and messages and support. For example, this message says,”wearing Kurdish women’s clothes is not only not an insult, it is instead a great honor for us,” and goes on to describe how women stand side by side with men in every part of society and during wartime.
Support the campaign by liking the page!
زن بودن ابزار تحقیر و تنبیه هیچ کس نیست
(via Ajam Media Collective)
Damn, THAT IS SEXY. I am not being facetious, I am damn proud of these men.
Caleb and I went to a wedding with a friend, and we had a blast. By the end of the night Caleb had literally every girl under 18 dance with him. (There were only 4 girls, but it sounds impressive if you put it the right way.)
So much music feels this way to me. Especially when working with others.
I can think of a few people I would like to have the balls to say this to.
I want to say this, I really really do!
Hi. I had an amazing time in Vegas, and I will definitely be coming back. Here is a shot just before heading to the airport to fly home in front of the Bellagio fountain show. It was awesome!
im not crying its raining
I truly love my president for the first time in my life. It’s like he’s human.
I’m staying home today to rest. My mustache (read: back) is sore, so I will spare you the lengthy clever post about cancer destroying mustaches and ask you to do one thing:
Reblog this post and help raise awareness for men’s cancer. For ONE day just flood the dash with it. That’s all I ask of you.
If you feel like doing more you may make a donation to help us medical folks treat and battle cancer. All of us in this community have been touched several times by people we know who have suffered though this disease. Help make a difference.
Look at the sincere pleading in his eyes.