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disneydreamingprincess:

liquor-inthe-front:

Single Woman’s Title = Miss
Married Woman’s Title = Mrs.
Unknown Woman’s Title = Ms.

Married Man’s Title = Mr.
Single Man’s Title = Mr.
Unknown Man’s Title = Mr.

Because a woman only has status if she is married

think about it.
add…

it did initially mean mistress, but this word had two meanings - a woman in charge of a household, and also the title of a woman with no marital status attached.
Ms was brought back as a title by mistake. American civil rights activist Sheila Michaels saw the typing error on a letter that flatmate received in the post. Michaels drew the inspiration from this; she was considered “illegitimate” as her parents were unmarried, and she wanted a title for a woman who did not “belong” to a man. It took her 10 years to persuade people to use the term Ms, but in 1971 it became accepted, and became a way for women to use a title which did not indicate their marital status.

No one's gay for Moleman: disneydreamingprincess: liquor-inthe-front: Single Woman’s Title =... »

disneydreamingprincess:

liquor-inthe-front:

Single Woman’s Title = Miss
Married Woman’s Title = Mrs.
Unknown Woman’s Title = Ms.

Married Man’s Title = Mr.
Single Man’s Title = Mr.
Unknown Man’s Title = Mr.

Because a woman only has status if she is married

think about it.
add…

it did initially mean mistress, and this word had two meanings - a woman in charge of a household, and also the title of a woman with no marital status attached.
Ms was brought back as a title almost by mistake. American civil rights activist Sheila Michaels saw the typing error on a letter that flatmate received in the post. Michaels drew the inspiration from this; she was considered “illegitimate” as her parents were unmarried, and she wanted a title for a woman who did not “belong” to a man, and did not want to disclose her status. It took her 10 years to persuade people to use the term Ms, but in 1971 it became accepted, and became a way for women to use a title which did not indicate their marital status.

earthtoalexander:

when i was 6 or 7 my dad told me that if i move my eyebrows up and down my ears would move so obviously little me believed it and i was so made up with myself and whenever we were out he’d tell me to show everyone that i can move my ears so i did and everyone would be like WOW and it wasn’t until years later he told me that i never actually could move my ears and that is why i have trust issues

omg I’m laughign so much kasey your dad is the best