If the point of the Big Bang Theory was to show that male nerds can be just as sexist as male jocks then well done I guess
CAN WE TALK ABOUT LEGION’S GAMER PROFILE
AND THE FACT THAT HE DONATED TO AN EDEN PRIME FUNDRAISER
AND THAT HE SPENT 75 HOURS ON A ROMANCE GAME
THIS ALONE MAKES THE SHADOW BROKER DLC WORTH BUYING
A pysanka (Ukrainian: писанка, plural: pysanky) is a Ukrainian Easter egg, decorated with traditional Ukrainian folk designs using a wax-resist (batik) method. The word pysanka comes from the verb pysaty, “to write”, as the designs are not painted on, but written with beeswax.
- economical growth
- low taxes
- a criminality rate of 4%
- easy access to higher education
- low unemployment rate
- minimum wage could support a more than decent living
- possibility of having your own house in the suburbs once you settled down
- huge social mobility
- falling debt level
Bonus : women were women
- Horrific Racism
- Horrific Queerphobia
- Horrific Sexism
- Horrific Ableism
- Horrific Anti-Semitism
- All of your points only apply to a select group of middle class white straight, cis men!
- Your last point is blatantly awful
- Fuck the 50s.
Commonly confused medieval weapons, a powerpoint by me.
THIS is a WAR SCYTHE, a scythe actually used in combat. Notice it is not a useless piece of shit and is an actual functional weapon.
The only reason why death is pictured with a FARMING scythe is because he harvests souls.
"Today’s Girls Love Pink Bows as Playthings, but These Shoot" claims a recent New York Times article about archery’s current pop culture moment, thanks to the Hunger Games trilogy and Disney’s “Brave.” But as these 1940s images from the University of Iowa suggest, the latest resurgence is part of a longer tradition of female participation in the sport:
[Archery] had been a popular female sport for many centuries, with such famous archers as Anne Boleyn and Elizabeth I. Women’s participation in archery did not breech any standards of propriety for young students. Archery was elegant and graceful, and women could participate outdoors, while corseted and dressed fashionably, and without having to wear the shocking bloomers… [Student experimentation] in competitive, individual sports such as fencing, archery, tennis, golf, and bicycling… were important for paving the way to more competitive and vigorous women’s sports. — Bright Epoch: Women and Coeducation in the American West by Andrea G. Radke-Moss