Archive for May 8th, 2011

May 8th, 2011

The Average Day In the Life of Me: Boys and how they underestimate girls

The Average Day In the Life of Me: Boys and how they underestimate girls:

theaveragedayofme:

i love football. it is one of my favorite things to play. in school there are these boys who play football and i asked if i could play and they said “no way, you are a girl!”

boys think just from movies girls can’t do anything but gossip and talk about makeup. when girls do better than boys in…

My best friend raised the best kid.

May 8th, 2011

theswingingsixties: George Harrison and Pattie Boyd on…



theswingingsixties:

George Harrison and Pattie Boyd on holiday.

May 8th, 2011

Whoa.



Whoa.

May 8th, 2011

Want to note that this is from the Applied Research Center:…



Want to note that this is from the Applied Research Center: Racial Justice Through Media, Research, and Activism’s report on workers in the food industry, The Color of Food.

Lots more good stuff there if you follow the link. If you want info on wage gaps in other industries and through other lenses, I suggest this page on the National Committee for Page Equity’s website.

[image: a chart with the header “Race and Gender in the Food Chain,” with this list below:

White men $1.00

Asian men $.83

Black men $.71

Asian women $.68

Latino men $.66

White women $.63

Black women $.53

Latina women $.50]

May 8th, 2011

RT @johannafateman: in the 90s we didn’t want to be followed

RT @johannafateman: in the 90s we didn’t want to be followed

May 8th, 2011

Mom’s and how kids don’t appreciate them

theaveragedayofme:

I love my mom. i hug her and thank her for everything she does for me.  i know people who will freak out if there parents won’t let them have a big party or something. people don’t appreciate what they have.

so every day, call your mom, if you see her hug her!

because no matter how crazy or nice your mom is……. she is still your mom :)

I appreciate this kid and her mom.

May 8th, 2011

superseventies: Jane Birkin, 1971



superseventies:

Jane Birkin, 1971