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Muslim. Pakistani American. Punjabi. Traveler. SDSU. Write. Friendly, but blunt. 21 years old. Dance. Adventures. Coffee. Cats. Half hipster, Half desi. Sarcasm. Foodie.
Jul 29 '14
"You’re so pretty.
You’re adorable.
You’re beautiful.
You’re my beautiful little girl.
Sweet little lady.
Careful! Don’t get hurt!
Play nicely.
Don’t get dirty.
Stop that.
Be more ladylike.
Don’t eat too much.
Girls are duuumb!
Girls have cooties.
No girls allowed.
Hahahahaha! You have boobs!
Look at her boobs!
Ewwwww. Periods are disgusting.
You’re disgusting.
That’s gross.
Hahahahaha! You’ve got your period.
Let me touch them!
I want to touch them!
You’re gross.
Let me touch it.
I only want to touch it.
She’s a slut.
You slut.
Show me your tits.
Get ‘em out!
You want it.
Take it.
Have it.
Swallow it.
Stupid bitch.
Fat bitch.
You’re not quite right for this.
I’m not sure you can do it.
I just want to fuck you.
Come on, you want it.
You’re not confident enough.
You need more experience.
No one will take you seriously.
You’re too emotional.
It’s just a joke.
Lighten up.
I don’t care what you think.
I just want to fuck you.
Don’t wear that.
You’re getting fat.
You’re too messy.
Come on, it was a joke.
Don’t be such an idiot.
Why are you so tired?
If I’m honest, I’m not really interested.
You do it.
I’m busy.
I can’t I’m working.
You wake up with it.
You take care of it.
You’re messy.
I’m too busy, you do it.
You need to lose weight.
You don’t spend enough time with me.
You aren’t interesting.
You’re boring.
Really, I’m not interested in that.
You’re looking a bit tired.
You should take care of yourself more.
You should take care of me.
You’re looking a bit old.
You’re old.
Female Socialisation by Gia Milinovich (via plansfornigel)


Jul 28 '14
"I believe a strong woman may be stronger than a man, particularly if she happens to have love in her heart. I guess a loving woman is indestructible."
John Steinbeck, East of Eden (via wordsnquotes)
Jul 28 '14

Eid Mubarak, my lovelies.

I hope this past month has been one of love, healing, kush moments, and self-discovery.

Remember to take today to tell family members- blood or surrogate- that you love them. Spend time with your family. Hug them if you usually don’t. Go out of you way to make them laugh. They are the ones that hold up the filaments of your heart.

Jul 27 '14


Landscapes, 2014 | by Anthony Samaniego
Jul 26 '14

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Jul 24 '14

Anonymous asked:

You can either be a feminist or a Muslim. You cannot be both.


Ohhhhhh I’ve been waiting for the day someone would say this.

Dear anon,
When I claim to be a feminist, I am not one of those “white feminists” who want to liberalize everyone by forcing women to walk around naked. Islamic feminism is the opposite actually, because we PROTECT ourselves from the gawking and staring of sexist men.

Unlike white feminists, who are victims of femen (which btw was found by a man) we don’t give in to the reverse psychology of the patriarchy.
It’s really simple how it works: rich white guy tells women their only worth is their bodies, so logically these women want to show that their bodies are something men should get used to and thus walks round naked. Rich white guy wins.

Now in Islam we don’t let the rich white guy, or any other guy win for that matter. Rather than parading around naked, we show off our personality because that’s what ACTUALLY has value.
Just like we cover to protect ourselves from these sexist men, men in Islam are also commanded to lower their gaze and not stare at women.
Men are also told to grow out their beards, and to wear loose clothing as to not attract physical attention either.

Islam teaches us that men are not superior to women. Actually, we are taught that paradise is beneath the mothers feet, that your wife completes half your religion, and that the treatment of your daughter is what opens the gates to paradise.

The prophet also teaches men that “the best of you are those who are best to their wives”

And if you don’t believe all that, here’s a verse straight from the Quran: “O you who believe! You are forbidden to inherit women against their will.”
The same verse goes on to say “…live with them on a footing of kindness and equity” [noble Quran 4:19]

What you need to understand anon is that Islam TELLS men to deal with women as equals, to treat them with respect and honour and value them. The stories we hear these days about Muslim men are actually stories of men doing things AGAINST Islam.

Don’t look at Muslims to learn about the religion, look at the fundamentals of the religion to learn about it.

Islam does not allow a girl to be forced into marriage
Islamically a girl has to approve of the man before she is married to him, and the sheikh doing the marriage contract is supposed to ask her if she approved
Islam does not tell women they are inferior to men
Islam does not tell men to treat women as a lower class
Islam does not forbid women of being educated
Islam does not forbid women from driving
The list goes on and on

My point is all these sexist things you see come from old culture, and when you look into the religion, Islam is against it.

So anon, please educate yourself before you assume that Islam and feminism don’t work together because in fact they go hand in hand.

Also, don’t assume that white feminism is the only feminism.

Jul 24 '14

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Jul 24 '14
Jul 22 '14
"I want you to remember who you are, despite the bad things that are happening to you. Because those bad things aren’t you. They are just things that happen to you. You need to accept that who you are and the things that happen you, are not one and the same."
Colleen Hoover, Hopeless (via creatingaquietmind)

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Jul 16 '14
"if you had a friend who spoke to you in the same way you sometimes speak to yourself, how long would you allow that person to be your friend?"
one of the most eye opening things i’ve read in a while (via bakwasbandkaro)

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Jul 13 '14


hate when i lose something and my parents says “well i guess u didnt care about it enough” like you’ve lost me in a grocery store before 

Jul 13 '14

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Jul 13 '14

I feel entirely useless.

Jul 13 '14

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Jul 11 '14


When you try to think of a word and can only remember it in another language.