I take her hand, and I lead her through the darkness—not because she is weak, but because she is weary of being strong; not because she is helpless, but because she yearns for my help, and I so long to give it; not because she is lost in the silken shroud of the ebon night, but because I am lost, and in leading her, find a light within myself to guide our way.
This is beautiful.
"I don’t consider myself a feminist, I prefer to call myself a humanist or an egalitarian."
— Pseudo-intellectual white dude who prefers to imagine that he’s more enlightened than feminists and also is uncomfortable with the thought that he’s part of the problem and also has a incorrect conception of feminism. (via brighterthanroses)