Apr 23, 2014
Society often blurs the lines between drag queens and trans women. This is highly problematic, because many people believe that, like drag queens, trans women go home, take off their wigs and chest plates, and walk around as men. Trans womanhood is not a performance or costume.
Janet Mock, Redefining Realness (via inextinguishabledesires)

(via transawareness)

Apr 23, 2014

lotsalipstick:

a collection of all my outfit posts in my super cute room

(via glitterishfreak)

Apr 23, 2014

petitepasserine:

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

(via wocinsolidarity)

Apr 23, 2014

ptrslbrmn:

instead of proclaiming that every girl in the world is sexy no matter what why don’t we start talking about how it doesn’t matter whether or not you’re sexy because sex appeal is irrelevant and is used as a tool for male dominance

(via riotingfeminist)

Apr 23, 2014
thisisnotjapan:

Surprise surprise, it’s racist garbage. It’s like Frankenstine made an abomination out of katy perry, gwen stephani, and ke$ha. I really shouldn’t have to explain what’s wrong with it, but in the first 5 seconds we have:
Butchered the Japanese language
reduced Japanese people into props
bastardized Japanese street fashion
and made ourselves look like we’re trying WAY to hard to revitalize our careers. My guess at the thought process for this was “what do the kids like these days??? What’s that Japanese stuff called.. um.. kuhwaee? Yeah that’ll get us money! We can still keep pretending like Avril Lavigne is relevant to the younger generation!” 
Anyways it was a terrible failure and a really, really sad joke I hope I will never have to see again.

thisisnotjapan:

Surprise surprise, it’s racist garbage. It’s like Frankenstine made an abomination out of katy perry, gwen stephani, and ke$ha. I really shouldn’t have to explain what’s wrong with it, but in the first 5 seconds we have:

Butchered the Japanese language

reduced Japanese people into props

bastardized Japanese street fashion

and made ourselves look like we’re trying WAY to hard to revitalize our careers. My guess at the thought process for this was “what do the kids like these days??? What’s that Japanese stuff called.. um.. kuhwaee? Yeah that’ll get us money! We can still keep pretending like Avril Lavigne is relevant to the younger generation!” 

Anyways it was a terrible failure and a really, really sad joke I hope I will never have to see again.

(via wretchedoftheearth)

Apr 23, 2014

railroadsoftware:

eminem has 2 different songs that he rehashes over and over. one song is supposed to be funny and he uses an annoying nasal voice and talks about “topical” issues like which currently famous female he hates and then his other song which is supposed to be serious and he uses an annoying overly aggressive tone and talks about “personal” issues like which female in his life he currently hate. both songs suck.

(via queervegancunt)

Apr 23, 2014
autostraddle:

Raven-Symoné and AZMarie Are Basically The Cutest Thing EverLong before Raven-Symone actually came out or even kinda-almost came out, rumors that she was datingView Post

autostraddle:

Raven-Symoné and AZMarie Are Basically The Cutest Thing Ever

Long before Raven-Symone actually came out or even kinda-almost came out, rumors that she was dating

View Post

(via fesbian)

Apr 23, 2014

goblinparty:

if i ever say/do anything problematic CALL ME THE FUCK OUT bc i would rather be embarrassed of myself for a while and make a very public apology  than live forever as a smug asshole who doesn’t know shit about anything

(via glitterishfreak)

Apr 23, 2014
Ignorance is acceptable up to a point. For instance, when I was 12 years old my mom had to take me aside in the hippie store and explain to me why I, a 12-year-old white girl, could not wear a dashiki. But I was 12, I didn’t know what a dashiki was and I just thought it was a neat pattern. Now I understand. You don’t play dress-up with other people’s cultures to assert your own uniqueness and specialness.
Avril Lavigne’s New Video Wins The Gold At The Cultural Appropriation Olympics By Robyn Pennacchia (x)

(Source: hanaxohana, via loveorsimilar)

Apr 23, 2014
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