foto-jennic:


A woman is like a tea bag - you can’t tell how strong she is until you put her in hot water.” - Eleanor Roosevelt

Welcome to Women’s History Month


Never underestimate a woman.

foto-jennic:

A woman is like a tea bag - you can’t tell how strong she is until you put her in hot water.” - Eleanor Roosevelt


Welcome to Women’s History Month

Never underestimate a woman.

owlsareraptors:

apolkadotnerd:

madturbating:

irrisss:

do not ever take a white girl’s iphone

this badass chick is sticking up for herself and youre really still gonna degrade her into the white girl stereotype 

DO YOU FUCKING SEE THIS. AFTER SHE KNEW HER PURSE-HITS WERE FUTILE SHE FUCKING THREW THAT SHIT ACROSS THE FLOOR AND KICKED HIM SO HARD IN THE BALLS THAT ASSHOLE WILL NEVER GET A CHANCE TO REPRODUCE, THEN FUCKING ROUNDHOUSE KICKED HM IN THE FACE. IN A FUCKING FLOUNCY ASS SKIRT.
THE AMOUNT OF LOVE I HAVE FOR THESE TYPES OF GIFS ARE INFINITE 

THAT’S MY PURSE
I DON’T KNOW YOU


She is pretty awesome!

owlsareraptors:

apolkadotnerd:

madturbating:

irrisss:

do not ever take a white girl’s iphone

this badass chick is sticking up for herself and youre really still gonna degrade her into the white girl stereotype 

DO YOU FUCKING SEE THIS. AFTER SHE KNEW HER PURSE-HITS WERE FUTILE SHE FUCKING THREW THAT SHIT ACROSS THE FLOOR AND KICKED HIM SO HARD IN THE BALLS THAT ASSHOLE WILL NEVER GET A CHANCE TO REPRODUCE, THEN FUCKING ROUNDHOUSE KICKED HM IN THE FACE. IN A FUCKING FLOUNCY ASS SKIRT.


THE AMOUNT OF LOVE I HAVE FOR THESE TYPES OF GIFS ARE INFINITE

THAT’S MY PURSE

I DON’T KNOW YOU

She is pretty awesome!

(Source: 4gifs)

life:

Margaret Bourke-White, a pioneer herself (one of LIFE magazine’s original four staff photographers, America’s first accredited woman photographer during WWII, the first authorized to fly on a combat mission, etc.),  spent time in 1943 in Gary, Indiana, chronicling “women … handling an amazing variety of jobs” in steel factories — “some completely unskilled, some semiskilled and some requiring great technical knowledge, precision and facility,” as LIFE told its readers in its August 9, 1943, issue.
See the photos here on LIFE.com

life:

Margaret Bourke-White, a pioneer herself (one of LIFE magazine’s original four staff photographers, America’s first accredited woman photographer during WWII, the first authorized to fly on a combat mission, etc.),  spent time in 1943 in Gary, Indiana, chronicling “women … handling an amazing variety of jobs” in steel factories — “some completely unskilled, some semiskilled and some requiring great technical knowledge, precision and facility,” as LIFE told its readers in its August 9, 1943, issue.

See the photos here on LIFE.com