fuckmemilo: modestinvader: wordsoflove: They met on Tumblr, and the one girl flew in to meet her girlfriend. so cute oh my gawwwwwd! This is the sweetest!
Oi With The Poodles Already: Is it possible for a... →
thefeeloffree: creatrixtiara: bubonickitten: [TRIGGER WARNING for discussion of sexual assault] stfurapeculture: saturdaysummers: Because a part of the man would have to want it so technically it wouldn’t be rape…? I would not have thought this was a question I would ever see someone actually asking. But I’m going to make the rare choice of assuming you are legitimately asking and not...
I have to say, as someone who is not Christian, it’s hard for me to believe...– Jon Stewart to Mike Huckabee on The Daily Show (via gayatheist)
There are so many things that trouble me about the obsession with regulating...– Standing with the Sluts (Hugo Schwyzer)
Why I cannot watch Royal Weddings
fuckyeahgenderstudies: redlightpolitics: Every diamond worn by a Royal; every shred of cloth; every bite of overpriced gourmet food they eat; every blessing from a church member and horse powered carriage remind me of the wealth accumulated on the back of slavery. Every bit of European Royal related events reminds me of colonialism, death and the most inhumane living conditions inflicted on...
see-reverse-side asked: Hey Alyssa,
endlessexcuses asked: 3
There’s a lot of chatter on Twitter about identifying and avoiding ableist slurs. While identifying and confronting ableism is important, simply substituting new slurs in place of now inappropriate ones misses the point. The function of a slur is to dehumanize. We reduce a person to a thing to be dismissed. When we say “crazy”, what we mean is that this person lacks the...
MESSAGE ME A NUMBER
barefeetdirtyfeet: candycaneisland: 1 - what i find attractive in girls/boys 2 - where I would like to live 3 - one of the things I am proud of 4 - one of my insecurities 5 - my childhood career choice 6 -my favourite drink 7 - what turns me on 8 - one of my bad habits 9 - who I wish I could be i’m bored Sooo dysphoric and need distraction…
Decolonizing Antiracism →
This is an important, if somewhat academic, article by Canadian Native activist-scholar Bonita Lawrence and Canadian-Indian scholar of race and gender Enakshi Dua examining the ways in which indigenous people, indigeneity and the fact of ongoing settler colonialism and anti-colonial struggles has been conspicuously absent or put in a secondary position in Canadian (and U.S.) anti-racist ...
say what you mean
kiriamaya: healingsakina: if by “crazy” you mean uncontrollable then say uncontrollable and think about why you think people should be controlled if by “crazy” you mean unpredictable then say unpredictable and tell me why unpredictable is a bad thing if by “crazy” you mean volatile then say volatile and consider that the mentally ill aren’t any more than others if by “crazy” you...
Sorry for the long absence!!!
Hi everyone! I’m sorry for the long absence! This is the first time I’ve logged into Tumblr in I don’t know how long. I’ve been unplugged dealing with massive amounts of stuff… So, an update: I’m processing my breakup. My ex insists on being best friends, and I’m too weak to assert myself and maintain that I need distance. I just finally moved out...