(I saw this one blogger siberianchan do something called “Feminism has many faces” and was inspired to do my own. Hope she doesn’t mind my bandwagoning haha)
Feminism has many faces.
Teenager; freshman in high school.
I love to write and I sometimes write pages upon pages of poetry, or short stories. I’ve kept a diary for well over a year now and I’m past the 175th page.
I am a huge fan of Anne Frank (since I was ten) and Kaya Scodelario (since I was 13).
I’ve been an environmentalist since I can first remember. When I was in elementary school I used to be the hall monitor, meaning whenever the hall was empty I would switch off the lights (and in the bathrooms too) to save electricity. Now I’m fighting to get recycling cans in my school’s large cafeteria and I encourage everyone to recycle and do what they can. I’m re-opening the Earth club next year since this year the teacher running it became lazy and the club became inactive.
I’m not a materialistic person in the least, but I love to indulge in vintage clothing. It’s reusing, so that’s one of the three R’s (reduce, reuse, recycle).
History fascinates me.
Math and science scare me a little.
I love wearing my dad’s shirts (as shown in the picture above).
I don’t believe there’s such a thing as the “correct/right” religion. I just believe that there’s the right religion for everyone; something that makes you feel safe and comfortable in your own skin. For me, that’s Judaism.
I’m trying to be more of an optimist, but by nature I am a pessimist.
~~and that’s my fem. post of the day,
spicin’ it up Victoria’s way~~

(I saw this one blogger siberianchan do something called “Feminism has many faces” and was inspired to do my own. Hope she doesn’t mind my bandwagoning haha)

Feminism has many faces.

Teenager; freshman in high school.

I love to write and I sometimes write pages upon pages of poetry, or short stories. I’ve kept a diary for well over a year now and I’m past the 175th page.

I am a huge fan of Anne Frank (since I was ten) and Kaya Scodelario (since I was 13).

I’ve been an environmentalist since I can first remember. When I was in elementary school I used to be the hall monitor, meaning whenever the hall was empty I would switch off the lights (and in the bathrooms too) to save electricity. Now I’m fighting to get recycling cans in my school’s large cafeteria and I encourage everyone to recycle and do what they can. I’m re-opening the Earth club next year since this year the teacher running it became lazy and the club became inactive.

I’m not a materialistic person in the least, but I love to indulge in vintage clothing. It’s reusing, so that’s one of the three R’s (reduce, reuse, recycle).

History fascinates me.

Math and science scare me a little.

I love wearing my dad’s shirts (as shown in the picture above).

I don’t believe there’s such a thing as the “correct/right” religion. I just believe that there’s the right religion for everyone; something that makes you feel safe and comfortable in your own skin. For me, that’s Judaism.

I’m trying to be more of an optimist, but by nature I am a pessimist.

~~and that’s my fem. post of the day,

spicin’ it up Victoria’s way~~

  1. siberianchan reblogged this from weallgetoffthetracks and added:
    Of course I don’t mind! I’m flattered you thought it a good idea! :D Thank you.
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