Janine Bailey


Vegan for the animals, Straight Edge for myself. Feminist. Roller Derby Rookie. Lover of all things crafty. Lover of Matthew. Hater of humans.

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This be me.


the idea of people having to be ‘useful’ is just so gross, like people do not exist to be used

having to produce something and have a use is a capitalist ideal and not an intrinsic part of humanity

just by being alive you are human and you are worth something and you can never be useless

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It’s messing people up, this social pressure to “find your passion” and “know what it is you want to do”. It’s perfectly fine to just live your moments fully, and marvel as many small and large passions, many small and large purposes enter and leave your life. For many people there is no realization, no bliss to follow, no discovery of your life’s purpose. This isn’t sad, it’s just the way things are. Stop trying to find the forest and just enjoy the trees.

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Today I am lambsitting. He’s 4 days old. The mum had twins and rejected him. He’s doing well on bottles though. :) (source)



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Am I allowed to tell this joke at parties??

She is so satisfied with that joke.

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Geraldine Hoff Doyle, was a 17 years (in 1942) while she was working at the American Broach & Machine Co. when a photographer snapped a pic of her on the job.

That image used by J. Howard Miller for the “We Can Do It!” poster, released during World War II. 

Oh shit, that’s the real “Rosie the Riveter” ?


BAMF INDEED. This woman deserves all the respect in the universe!

I need this on my blog. 

this should have way more notes

Step aside, people, Rosie the fucking Riveter is on your dash!

17 years old?!

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Remember when Trey parker and Matt stone went to the oscars in dresses and whenever anyone asked about it they would avoid the question with ‘it’s such a magical evening and everyone just looks so spectacular we’re glad to be a part of it all’ and they were on Acid the whole time.


fucking amazing 

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I think I might have broken my finger reblogging this. 

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Please take one minute out of your day and watch this. It’s the ugly truth.

I hear no lies.


I did not think she would go there but then she did I literally screamed YAAAAAASSSSS BITCH DRAG THEM LIKE YOU’RE TRYNA WALK A CAT

oh shit

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I think the “women are mysterious” thing can also come from:

1) Women actually being quite clear, but not telling men what they want to hear.  ”She said she doesn’t want to talk to me?  So many mixed messages and confusing signals!”

2) Women not having cheat codes.  ”I tried being nice, and she didn’t have sex with me.  I tried being an asshole, and she didn’t have sex with me.  Come on, there’s got to be some kind of solution to this puzzle!”

3) Women not being a hive mind.  ”First a woman told me that she likes guys with big muscles.  Then the very next day a woman told me she thinks muscles aren’t attractive at all.  Make up your mind, women!”

4) An individual woman doing something confusing, and instead of asking “why is she doing this now?” men ask “why do women always do this?”

Always reblog

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Mave Baith in me?

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The photos above are actual examples from recent women’s magazines. They all feature a woman posed provocatively on the front page, and feature cover stories about sex and how to lose weight. “12 little things every guy wants in bed”. “5 flat belly secrets that really work”. They are all, essentially, exactly the same. Fashion. Sex. Beauty. Size. Appearance. Because those are the only things women care about, right? They are all sending out a message that states that you, as a woman, are not good enough. You are never gonna be good enough.

I’ve worked on lots of zines in the past: some of them accepting submissions, some of them based on my own work. My main ambition at the moment is to become a published photojournalist, but opportunities are far and few between (unless you count unpaid internships and work experience). So, with that same DIY attitude I’ve used to make my zines in the past, I’ve decided to start my own magazine.

Yes, an actual magazine.

Parallel Magazine will be a feminist-themed magazine covering modern pop culture, politics, craftivism, and the arts, aimed at young women aged 15-30. It will not only focus on feminist theory but will also subvert the format of celebrity-centric magazines to discuss problems in popular culture. The working title Parallel is based on the concept that feminist discourse and theory is currently running parallel to popular culture and politics. The two do not meet, nor do they intertwine. For women’s rights to be addressed and discussed they need to intersect with that which captures the attention of modern society.

I’m looking for people who would like to be part of the team. I need people who are dedicated, ambitious, and talented. I’m not looking for people who are just looking to submit their work at this point – I’m looking for actual staff members who will work on the magazine and be part of a hard-working team. The magazine will initially be put together through emails, phone calls, and Skype – there is no necessity for you to be located nearby. People who are terrible at answering their emails or won’t answer on Skype, or are too busy with other things, need not apply. It will be unpaid to begin with, but when (when, not if) the magazine starts to generate some kind of income these positions will become paid. Realistically that will take a long time. I’m looking for people who can be patient.

The plan is to get everything for the first issue drafted up, before starting a Kickstarter project to get funding for things like printing, a website, travel costs for any events or interviews, launch night, as well as to secure enough funding for future issues. The magazine will initially be sold on a subscription basis, as well as people being able to buy individual copies online, and hopefully will be sold in some independent magazine/print stores. Eventually we’d hopefully find a distributor to get it out there to the general public and on newsstands.

These are the job roles I’m looking to fill:

1. Columnists – max. of 5, ideally 1 of whom is based in London.

This is a writing job. Each columnist will decide out of a list of options their specific role on the magazine: it will then be their job to create content for their section of the magazine each issue. Columnists can also submit ideas for editorials, interviews, or investigative pieces they may want to write and will have a photographer assigned to them for that piece.

2. Photographers – max. of 5, ideally 1 of whom is based in London.

Photographers will be given assignments depending on the decided content of the magazine. These assignments will range from: covering events; working alongside a columnist to create an editorial/investigative piece; taking photographs at interviews; and creating images to work alongside articles, guides, and reviews. Photographers can also submit ideas for editorials or investigative pieces they may want to write and will have a writer assigned to them for that piece.

3. Illustrators – max. of 2

Illustrators will work very closely with the graphic designers to create content for the magazine and website. They are responsible for creating illustrations for the magazine such as cover images, pictures to go alongside articles, and other things like poster images and logos.

4. Graphic Designers – max. of 2

The graphic designers will put together the work of the illustrators, writers, and photographers by creating cohesive layouts for the magazine, website, posters, and business cards. Their main role will be creating the layout of the magazine. They will also work closely with the illustrators to create logos etc.

5. Researchers – max. of 2

The researchers will keep up to date with current affairs, as well as with popular culture and the arts. They must be able to provide summaries of news items, recommendations of artists to review or interview, and upcoming events. Their work will not actually be in the magazine itself but will contribute to the content.

To apply for any of these roles, please email me at sophieejourno@gmail.com with the job role as the subject, a brief cover letter, your CV, contact details (including things like Skype) and 3 examples of your work. You don’t have to have had professional experience or have a degree, as long as your work is good. Please also include links to any websites or blogs you have. With your CV, please only include information relevant to the role you’re applying for. That includes any projects you’ve worked on yourself. There will be an opportunity for people to submit work for consideration in the magazine, but that will be advertised at a later date.

PS. The zine Public Property is still accepting submissions too. To submit to that, press here.

I’m closing applications for this on this FRIDAY, the 1st of August! I’ll also be getting back to EVERYONE, successful or unsuccessful, next weekend! So get your applications in NOW before it’s too late (and reblog this so your friends can see!).

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