When you send a girl home from school because her shorts or too short, or her clothing is immodest, you are telling her that hiding her body is more important than her education. You are telling her that making sure the boys have a distraction-free learning environment is more important than her education. In a way, you’re telling her that the boys are more entitled to an education than she is, and that isn’t acceptable.
THIS IS BRILLIANT ON SO MANY LEVELS
THIS IS BEAUTIFUL
Excuse me, I think you’re forgetting a few people
And last but not least…
OH. MY. GOD.
IT GOT BETTER
It got so much better
Disney movie where the prince is forced to meet a bunch of girls to find one to marry and he gets bored and flees to the kitchen where he finds a sassy kitchen boy his own age and he likes him and they start hanging out and fall in love PLZ
i think you just described merlin
this vine is better than all of paranormal activity
Henry is still studying her face like she’s about to give away truths he isn’t ready for. “You smile at him like it’s easy. But you smile at Emma like it hurts. Like you look at me. Like it’s been so much harder to get here.”
It has been harder, and she’s reminded of her conversation with Tink, of the weight of her battles to get to this place with her son and his other mother. “Sometimes easy is good,” she counters. “Sometimes it’s a gift.”
His eyes narrow. “Sometimes easy doesn’t mean anything at all.” (x)
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