slayboybunny:

interquast:

so, just in case y’all think that fat fetishization isn’t a big deal, or just in case you think that fatphobia doesn’t exist

fat fetishization of fat girls is often linked to sexism. this is proof of that. notice how i did nothing to to provoke this guy. he went on this tirade for close to a half hour while i said nothing. he just kept going.

this is so disgusting honestly wow

(via angrywocunited)

obsessionisaperfume:

deadcatwithaflamethrower:

queensimia:

palavenblues:

holy shit there is a name for it

Well damn. Explains a lot.

Suddenly I understand some of my fan base a LOT better.  That is Awesome. 

"holy shit there is a name for it" was my reaction before I even scrolled down to the comments.

obsessionisaperfume:

deadcatwithaflamethrower:

queensimia:

palavenblues:

holy shit there is a name for it

Well damn. Explains a lot.

Suddenly I understand some of my fan base a LOT better.  That is Awesome. 

"holy shit there is a name for it" was my reaction before I even scrolled down to the comments.

(Source: asexualityresources, via apothecary-initiate)

White privilege

blacksupervillain:

afro-dominicano:

ethiopianbutamerican:

Forty-six million white adults today can trace the origins of their family wealth to the Homestead Act of 1862. This bill gave away valuable acres of land for free to white families, but expressly precluded participation by Blacks.

"how do I have privilege?"

wonder whats the number of people who got them government subsidies to move out to the suburbs after ww2, subsidies which also excluded black people

(via whisperingrockasylum)

mimiko-stuff:

I just wanted to draw the new spycrab but then this happened…

mimiko-stuff:

I just wanted to draw the new spycrab but then this happened…

(via autistichoundoom)

http://commiekinkshamer.tumblr.com/post/96494905529/werewolfau-hood-jokes-literally-boil-down-to

werewolfau:

hood jokes literally boil down to ‘upsetting black people (black men in particular) amuses us because we have the social and economic power to be untouched by their anger in the long run. if they really hurt us physically, we can get them in trouble. we can humiliate them. we…

belovedmonsterbooty:

betterthandarkchocolate:

neutrois:

policymic:

Intimate photos of agender youth challenge society’s gender norms

"I think a lot of people like to see gender as this scale of blue and pink," Emma, a 20-year-old college student, told the magazine. "I never really identified with either side of that, or even in between blue and pink. It’s so much more complicated — my identity varies so much on any given day. Sometimes I tell people I’m gold or something."

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I appreciate that it includes a bit from the original article, which clarifies:

"This growing community encompasses people who see themselves as agender (neither male nor female), bi-gender (both genders) and gender-fluid (shifting from male to female)."

THIS IS SERIOUSLY THE FIRST TIME I HAVE SEEN A PHOTO SET OF AGENDER PEOPLE ON THIS SITE!!!

*BOUNCES UP AND DOWN IN EXCITEMENT*

as usual there’s some gross comments so don’t scroll too far down past the article but this is otherwise good

(Source: micdotcom, via definingnormal)

ask children before you touch them

dynastylnoire:

celibatesprites:

  • ask children before you hug them
  • ask children before you pick them up
  • if moving a child is unavoidable for their safety, at least warn them first and explain afterwards
  • this applies to disabled children
  • this applies to non- or pre-verbal children,…

devilthrones:

"For one thing, there’s Dido’ fetishization by the two Ashford brothers. While one brother sees her simply as an exotic "other" whom he can bed without forming attachments — very different from the attitude toward white women of the same time period, whose virtue was unequivocal and untouchable — the other is downright violent in his conception of Dido, calling her "repulsive" but still expressing a desire to rape her. The scenes in which that older, more violent Ashford brother addresses Dido directly, giving voice to his unbridled racism and at one point assaulting her, are indisputably disturbing, not just because they represent a disgusting and brutal history but because I see remnants of those attitudes today in the way the world perceives the bodies of black and brown women: exotic, sexual, sensual, different objects. We see it in the way Miley Cyrus and almost any given white pop star (Justin Timberlake and Robin Thicke, for example) use black women’s bodies as props in music videos: as something to be appropriated and used for one’s own pleasure and then cast off in pursuit of the next trend. In addition, the rape of black women still does not seem to carry much horror in 2014; it was most recently a punchline on Saturday Night Live, and last year Russell Simmons was forced to apologize for his highly offensive "Harriet Tubman Sex Tape." None of this is too different from the way the Ashford brothers perceive Dido’s body: as an exotic "other" not worthy of love or respect but merely of lust, and lust framed in a particularly problematic racism."

 Belle: A Lesson in the Timelessness of Racism and Misogyny Against Black Women by Olivia Cole 

(via reverseracism)

"Darren Wilson fundraiser shutdown mysteriously and anonymous creator of the page disappears; donators may have been swindled."

mysharona1987:

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(via twistybrastrap)

Better Identification of Viking Corpses Reveals: Half of the Warriors Were Female | Tor.com

suck it mras

official-mens-frights-activist:

observation: the dudes who are always claiming that “female privilege” is real because “women can just wear low-cut shirts and smile and wink and they get free drinks and get out of parking tickets” are the same ones who tell women that if they dress a certain way or flirt with a guy in  the slightest then they deserve to be raped

(via official-mens-frights-activist)

Privileged group: how would YOU like it if we did this to you
Prvivleged group: *has been doing this to you for years*
http://theroguefeminist.tumblr.com/post/96395337438/ugh-im-watching-my-cat-from-hell-and-theres-this

soulthemechanic:

theroguefeminist:

ugh im watching my cat from hell and there’s this awful dude in a fedora who refuses to neuter his cat because “as a man” he couldn’t do that to his male cat?

to the point where he still refuses to do it when jackson galaxy is saying all the cat’s peeing and destruction and trying to escape is…

why do you have to mention that its a guy with a fedora? Why would that even be neccessary to mention it? matter of fact if a person wouldn’t neuter his cat, its kinda his choice and his choice alone. Its nothing to do with race. 

"dude in a fedora" doesn’t say anything about his race? lolol