isha-privilege: throughout history white women have been capable of racially themed violence on the same magnitude as white men, although ofc they were not always able to legally enforce it due to sexist limitations, when given the opportunity they were not any more gentle nor were they to be taken lightly and yet, the commentary i see here on white women’s white privilege always centers...
westbor0baptistchurch: Shall I compare thee to a Summer’s Eve? You’re a douche bag.
theanti90smovement: it’s pretty fucked up that there’s a lot of people in this world who believe that people do not have a right to food, water and shelter and if they dont have the money to pay for it they dont deserve it
the-yolocaust: the-yolocaust: has anyone ever finished a game of monopoly i now know why my dad used to make all of us play? none of us wanted to but we did and no one died so
the-yolocaust: the-yolocaust: has anyone ever finished a game of monopoly i now know why
pharraoh: “that very popular hbo show i think it’s called dragons and titties”
Identifying as a person of color in solidarity with other people of color says...– Janani, Assistant Editor, Black Girl Dangerous. Read the whole thing here. (via filnana) “How do we, as politicized people of color, acknowledge the very limits of the term ‘people of color’ and the way it can mask our actual racial situations? For example, why do we keep using the phrase...
I started mulling over the idea of niceness in women’s poetry after three...– Courtney Queeney, “The Kings are Boring: Some Thoughts on Women’s Poetry,” published on Bookslut (via sarahjeanalex)
tardisblue14: notmysecret: penrose-stairs: A moment of silence for all the times we drew people with arms behind their back to avoid having to draw the hands. I really tried to scroll past this, the denial was eating me alive though. This post is my life.
naking: ya ur likin my posts but would u do me
poopflow: No shirt No blouse No legs No mouth
alt crit: Re: The Young Girl and the Selfie →
failues: altcrit: Original Article by Sarah Gram [Click to Read] Response and Selfies by Mary Bond Sarah Gram writes about selfies as a critique of capitalist culture. She defines the concept of a Young-Girl and the body as separate from actual young girls. She says the problem lies not… Wow that is such utter bullshit. why??
kawashironitori: talking to person u like alot and u feel like ur annoying them
rococoms: relright: colfersaurusrex: I think everyone knew a weird girl obsessed with horses when you were growing up if you didn’t know a horse girl you probably were the horse girl It’s frightening how true this is.
eggsammich: you know when you accidentally close an important tab and you feel like you dropped a baby off a cliff
Did you know that you can enjoy something and then point out its problems? ...– (via altcrit)
firelordazula: if i make a women of sci-fi television picspam how extensive does it have to be to warrant including potatoface’s character without arousing any sort of suspicion
You can be body-positive and still have preferences. You can be a feminist and still love men. You can be sex-positive without being interested in casual sex. People seem to forget that the core principle of all of these is as simple as not being an asshole.
cosmo tip #609
expertcosmotips: does he like being called daddy? have a child together, and marry that child. now you have to call him daddy.
roomfordanger: Wow. Just wow.
Can we just take a minute to think about how, if I were to put up an...– versatilequeen.tumblr.com (via corybantics)
00008208082008208200200082: every time i look at your facebook page i feel like puking.