The students who survived the Parkland school massacre are mad as hell and aren't going to take it anymore. They give me hope for the future of our country.
Aly Raisman takes back her body, leading to mass confusion among idiots.
If you call a survivor a hypocrite for owning her body, please STFU for ever. You don’t deserve to have opinions.— 🙀 (@rgbrb) February 16, 2018
Aly Raisman responds to 'devastating' accusations of hypocrisy for SI swimsuit issue https://t.co/9Uhw3EZGkO
If you are dumb enough to say any of the following (or otherwise refer to women as “females”), kindly fuck off forever. You are part of the problem. pic.twitter.com/xKnZYQwTIp— 🙀 (@rgbrb) February 16, 2018
The latest in the ruthenium mystery. Meanwhile, we have a new uranium mystery.
I'm not going to link to that horrid thinkpiece in the Times about yoga pants being bad for women, even though I agree with what the author was maybe trying to say: there's no need to spend on high-end workout clothes; go to the gym for you. But she ended up conveying the opposite message: yoga pants are unflattering, so don't wear them. So now our workout appearance is up for scrutiny? We are at the gym for other people's consumption? Here's a much better perspective on that whole issue, from a few weeks back when we were having the same debate over skin care. If it makes you feel better, do it; if it's a drag, don't.
Here are a few good pieces on meditation. What these two have in common is the idea that it's about practice, and it's about managing your emotional response (not quashing it). And that it's to fight our naturally-selected penchant for anxiety.
I love Adam Rippon.
To all those who tweet at me saying that they “hope I fail”, I have failed many times many times in my life. But more importantly, I’ve learned from every setback, proudly own up to my mistakes, grown from disappointments, and now I’m a glamazon bitch ready for the runway.— Adam Rippon (@Adaripp) February 13, 2018
Look at this little animal whisperer.