Katt
22 years old
Perth, Australia


I sign for a Perth pop punk band called Roswell. I like dogs, abandoned places, exploring, traveling, partying hard and food

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hafsaherazade:

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softdomme:

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thegirlwhoglows:

nohunnylovesyou:

Hijab Tutorial for Eid by Nabiilabee

so beautiful

I wish it wouldn’t be considered cultural appropriation for me to wear something like this.  Because it’s so unbelievably beautiful.  And the perfect thing for bad hair days!  Mad jealousy up in here

arghhh, I hate the whole concept of cultural appropriation. Just wear it and if anyone asks say you got it from Queen Amidala from star war.

Oh my god, she’s so pretty, that’s so pretty…Also, ^ If you’re not slaughtering the idea or being intentionally offensive with it, it’s appreciation, not appropriation.

~Miss Jessica

Hello actual Muslim woman here (not a hijabi so if you wear a hijab and I’ve said anything incorrect, please correct me). 

So several things: 

1. The hijab is a religious garment, not cultural. It does however, have cultural and social significance as well as religious significance. For example women from different countries may have different styles of hijab. This difference is usually just fashion but the end point is that it’s not just culture. A lot of other religions wear a headscarf, they don’t call it a hijab though (obviously). 

Additionally, the hijab is not merely just a piece of fabric. It unites muslim women and it ties in to the concept of modesty which goes to my next point - 

2. The hijab is not here for your bad hair days. You can just put it on when you feel like it and then take it off when your hair is looking great. The hijab is a commitment between the hijabi and god/her religion to act and dress modestly. To trivialise it to a bad hair cover would be wrong. 

3. “I hate the concept of cultural appropriation” more like I will take what I like from other people without any regard for my actions and the thoughts and feelings of the minority group

4. I don’t think ‘Miss Jessica’ is qualified to speak on what is or isn’t offensive to muslim women who wear the hijab to be quite honest

5. Like if you want to wear a headdress that’s fine? There’s no need for anyone, as a non-muslim, to wear the hijab too.

I would also like to add that wearing it and then saying a fictional character gave it to you is highly absurd and you should be ashamed of yourself for spewing such snort worthy ignorance from your misinformed over privileged being

I’m also reminded of how many muslim women wearing the hijab have to deal with ignorance and shitty remarks from other people, and how fortunate a non muslim person would be to just wear it for fun, go home, take it off and go back to their bigotry free world.

Im pretty sure you once said that you got into a fight with the veronicas on twitter once and if this was you i would really like to hear that story again because it was beautiful
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Gather round, children, for I am here to tell you a tale.

It was a sunny autumn day like any other. The sun was shining and as was the screen of the computer at reception where I was working. I use the term ‘working’ very loosely.

I saw on twitter someone had retweeted The Veronicas. It read “Vote for us for Channel V artist of the year!”. To which I replied, simply, “No”. I figured, it’s the veronicas. They won’t even see this.

This did not bode well for me, for within a matter of seconds I was faced with a cold reply. The sky went black and thunder sounded all around as I read their response:

"Haha, no need to reply sweetie, you don’t even follow us"

To which I replied “Likewise ;)”

I thought the banter was playful, fun and an all round good time. Boy, was I wrong!

Bam! I was hit back with a tweet from the one that looks like the other one saying “haha you came up in my replies darling girl” something something I think there was an over compensation of kissy emojis and xoxo’s.

Then I felt like they took more offence to the original comment than was intended, so I’s like “Look guys, I was just havin a laugh. I wouldn’t let it bother you too much” and they favorited that tweet

And that’s the story of how I pissed off The Veronicas with one word.

Who’s going out to Amps tonight? Don’t pay full price like a sucker! Get cheap entry by saying KATTOMATIC at the door. Aunty katt is just here to help. If you’ve got mates comin down, tell them the same thing. Sava da monayy!!

Who’s going out to Amps tonight? Don’t pay full price like a sucker! Get cheap entry by saying KATTOMATIC at the door. Aunty katt is just here to help. If you’ve got mates comin down, tell them the same thing. Sava da monayy!!

If anyone’s heading out to amps tonight I’m having pre drinks at mine before hand so hmu if you want in! Let’s get so party and show Friday who’s boss <3

TONIGHTS THE NIGHT! If you&#8217;re a student like me and work weekends, then Thursday night is perfect to party and FINALLY there&#8217;s a fucking awesome club night to do it at! Don&#8217;t forget to save money for cheap liquid treats by SAYING KATTOMATIC AT THE DOOR!! Let&#8217;s get party xoxo

TONIGHTS THE NIGHT! If you’re a student like me and work weekends, then Thursday night is perfect to party and FINALLY there’s a fucking awesome club night to do it at! Don’t forget to save money for cheap liquid treats by SAYING KATTOMATIC AT THE DOOR!! Let’s get party xoxo

Another from Reject Shop, a Mother talking to her Daughter "No darling put that down, Toy cars are for boys"

UGH! And people think there’s nothing wrong with our culture. This is exactly where it starts! This is the little things that cause absorbent, literal minded children to split themselves into particular roles from as young as this. Then that’s what evolves into under representation of women in a large number of roles and positions. Then that’s what feeds the cycle again. Just let your child be curious and happy and if you aren’t ready to have a child who explores unconventional things for their gender, then don’t have a fucking child.

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Working at LUSH: the saga

I have had men some into a store I used to work at asking if “this hairspray will work on men” and when I said yes they said “but it’s purple”

If that was The Reject Store Katt, pretty sure I had the same guys but “Hey do you have any cans that aren’t like… girly looking” THEY WERE BLUE

YES IT WAS THE REJECT SHOP AHAHAH
and I had women come in with their sons and they’d pick up make up saying “mummy what’s this?” and their mums would say “that’s make up darling, put it down that’s for girls”