punkrockluna:

instead of “I love you no matter what sexuality/race/gender you are!”

try “I love you and will celebrate your identity with you!”

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petitepasserine:

white women of hollywood, reducing japan and japanese culture to cupcakes, sexy ”costumes” and submissive sex-kittens since god knows when

(via fucknofetishization)

"All white women in this nation know that their status is different from that of black women/women of color. They know this from the time they are little girls watching television and seeing only their images. They know that the only reason nonwhites are absent/invisible is because they are not white. All white women in this nation know that whiteness is a privileged category. The fact that white females may choose to repress or deny this knowledge does not mean they are #ignorant: it means that they are in denial."

bell hooks  (via feministquotes)

Precise.

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justindonuts:

simonwang:

I laughed so hard. It’s so in sync with the song.

image

Iconic

oh god yes ahahahahahahaha

(Source: videohall, via elpenor-follower)

Tags: gif moving gif

owning-my-truth:

Faces from the #Not1More Boston Rally Against Deportations (4/17/14)

President Obama has deported 2 million people since he came into office and is the nation’s “Deporter in Chief.” Despite signing an executive order to halt the deportations of undocumented immigrants who came as children, he has taken no similar actions to halt the deportations of their older family members. Families are being split and destroyed every day by the Obama administration’s current policies, and President Obama has the power to sign a similar executive order tomorrow halting all deportations until Congress takes comprehensive action. But he has refused and continues to drag his feet, and some of the most marginalized families in our country are paying the price of his inaction.

I had the pleasure to attend and take pictures at this rally last Thursday, and it was incredibly moving.

Together we say: not one more family destroyed, not one more day without equality, not one more indifferent reaction to suffering, not one more deportation.

http://notonemoredeportation.com

#2million2many #Not1more

More photos: HERE

(via voguedissent)

Tags: deportation

southern-feminism:

I think cishet people get angry when they are labeled as cishet because they aren’t used to having to be labeled. They are shocked and upset that an increasing amount of people no longer refer to cishet people as “normal,” because those people have realized that no sexual orientation or gender identity is the supreme normal way to be.

(also see: people who put white in scare quotes)

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savethewildpinatas:

He looks so polite, like he just wants to stop by and see if you have anything for him.

(Source: pleatedjeans, via youtastelike-sunlight)

Tags: food

pokemoneggs:

cis ppl can have horns and swirls and spikes n shit surgically implanted under their skin any time they want if theyre rich enough but a trans woman wants boobs she has to wait at least 1-2 years for doctors to be convinced that she REALLY wants them

(via trangst)

sonofdanaus:

amydentata:

ladybuglights:

artbymegs:

I feel like this should be pretty self-explanatory. I’m drawing these for a zine at my college (and they have a tumblr! lips-appstate.tumblr.com!), but submissions are due today, so they’re a bit more rushed than I would have liked.

I tried to be inclusive and not-shitty. Hopefully I succeeded at that. There are more of these I’d like to draw, but like I said, time limitations :P

tkdoesthings TEEAAAAK, those two cuties in that first pic loOK LIKE US.. WHO DREW US?!?!?!PK@#P$$T 

Cuuuuuuute

In the future we greet each other with “Nice Bod.” :v

(via beelisty)

frostshadowsblood:

spooktre:

Are cats even real?

each one of these made me laugh harder than I did with the last.

(Source: shanedora, via girljanitor)

Tags: gif moving gif

thatweirdo-intheduckieshirt:

"But what’s so bad about Dan Savage?"

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janetmock:

kingtexas:

Janet Mock for HEROES . Writer . NYC, 2013

“I am a trans woman. My sisters are trans women. We are not secrets. We are not shameful. We are worthy of respect, desire, and love. As there are many kinds of women, there are many kinds of men, and many men desire many kinds of women, trans women are amongst these women. And let’s be clear: Trans women are women.” - Janet Mock / How Society Shames Men Dating Trans Women & How This Affects Our Lives 

In April or May of 2013, I invited (as Janet Mock says) people into my life to experience this wonderful journey in becoming who I truly am.  It felt so beautiful but I was fearful of offering the invitation because I didn’t know if my family and friends would still love me.  I was afraid of losing my job and my career as an artist. I was afraid of not being able to fund my transition.  I was filled with so much anxiety and that is because we are often targets of violence and abuse on a daily basis.  The day my anxiety, depression, and fear decreased was the day I discovered an introduction video by Janet Mock on her website. She said, “I know that you can live the life of your dreams as well. I promise that it gets better. I know because I am you. I love you and I can’t wait to see you on the other side.”  I honestly sat in front of my computer and cried.  I needed to hear that I would still be loved.  I needed to hear that it was okay to embark on this journey of self-discovery. I needed support.

Through Janet’s agency, she has inspired me to continue to live my truth and the importance of telling one’s story. Not only for me, but also for others within the trans* community. In the past 11 months, I have never felt so complete in my entire life.  The struggles are THERE, believe me, but I feel so much stronger and beautiful than ever before.  Janet.. thank you for your words, your encouragement, your hard work, your time, your voice, and your soul.  You are truly an inspiration. 

If you haven’t, please purchase Janet’s “Redefining Realness" here.

Honored to be a small part of your empowering photography project. 

Heroes Unite!

(Source: kingtexas.net, via projectqueer)

lalondeharley:

If you decide the worth of a human by their ability to write, read or pronouce words, then get out of my face.

(via nothinggrowsyounger)