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The Good Life Girls is an empowerment project for (Dutch) minority women. Our aim is to encourage these women, ages 18 - 35, to persue their dreams and ambitions. It is our goal to educate, empower and support these women in to taking charge of their present and future lives by focussing on empowerment through business ownership. The GLG project is there to coach and train women in to realizing their dreams. Work on living your best life and inspire others to do the same.
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Wednesday, April 16, 2014 with 2 notes

spiritualinspiration:

If you can’t handle haters in the basement, then the criticism upstairs will destroy you. Promotion is not for the weak!

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Good girls are slaying.


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Wednesday, April 16, 2014 with 128 notes
soulrevision:

Those who truly grasp the essence of leadership understand that leaders lead from the front, this is the only way we can set the example. 

A true leader shares the same burdens as those they lead & they will never ask you to carry out a task that they are not willing to do themselves. 

Leaders are not above their teams, they are a part of it.

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Wednesday, April 16, 2014 with 608 notes
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Tuesday, April 15, 2014 with 2 notes

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buttsquadron:

Almost 21 years old and I already hate the fuck out of teenagers.

I’ve hated them since I was a teenager.

Seriously?  They arrested a girl for a very very very very very bad joke and people got angry.  That’s normal.  These kids are just trying to show how ridiculous the arrest was/piss off the people who did it/ show solidarity.  Yes, the joke was racist and bad.  No, it was not worth an arrest.  And people realized that and got mad.

It’s not because the joke was racist, it’s because YOU DON’T JOKE ABOUT BOMBS ON AIRPLANES.

IT’S NOT FUNNY.  IT’S NOT WITTY.  IT’S NOT CUTE.

Airlines can’t take shit like that lightly, especially because, I don’t know, planes have been blown up or used in terrorist activities how many times now?

WAIT. REALLY? IF YOU ASK ME, SHE SHOULD BE CRUCIFIED. 

You idiots need an example of exactly what NOT to joke about. It was totally worth the arrest. Threats like bombs on airplanes do not get taken lightly because they are very real. She wasted the time and resources of hundreds of people trying to determine if the threats were true. And what if a bomb did happen to go off? How fucking shitty would that be? I have no sympathy for her. 

I not only have no sympathy for her, but no sympathy for anyone who gets in any sort of trouble for doing stupid shit like this.

If you think this stuff is normal or acceptable you can fuck yourself.

Youth are just too out of control.

Can we just acknowledge that if this were a non-white POC who made the same joke (which would still be discriminatory/display inter-racial prejudice) and were arrested, there would be no Internet vigilantism to show ‘solidarity’ and ‘support’ for them?

Can we acknowledge that her being a young, white European girl helps her be shown as an ‘innocent victim’ of her own naivete?

Let’s not play dumb right now that these copycats are equally disturbed and none of this is funny, cool, a show of the power of the Internet community, or anything other than racist.

Reblogging for the bolded.

Tuesday, April 15, 2014 with 1,975 notes

— Lundy Bancroft in Why Does He Do That? Inside the Minds of Angry and Controlling Men (2002), p. 240 (via mikroblogolas)

Tuesday, April 15, 2014 with 743 notes
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