Jun 2, 2014

inkyubus:

whenever white cooks on tv say “asian” it really pisses me off. what part of asia is your recipe from? malaysia? bhutan? japan? cambodia? y’all know 16 different french sauces but can’t name what kind of chinese/indian food you’re making. 

(via thishandsomefemme)

Jun 2, 2014

froakieappreciationblog:

if you base disabled people’s “worth” on whether they are “productive members of society” or not I hate you and I will kick your ass

(Source: megasumpex, via transbunny)

Jun 2, 2014

fuckyeahlavernecox:

Allow yourselves to have the dreams that you really want. (x)

(via recreationalsociologist)

Jun 2, 2014

lindsayjodesigns:

Sexism in a second: searching for silhouettes - women are literally so objectified that the use of our bodies as a graphic online is mostly sexual, whereas the men’s body is mostly portrayed as a business person or suited professional.

"Woman silhouette" - Sexy poses, "stripper" poses, seductive/naked outlines

"Man silhouette" - Businessmen, suits, athletes, clothed men

(via feminismthough)

Jun 1, 2014

fromonesurvivortoanother:

Hi with all this talk about Elliot Rodger and mass shootings can we please remember

disabled people and people with mental illnesses are actually more likely to be the victims of violent crime, and less likely to commit violent crimes

here you go do some reading

(via badassqueerbabe)

Jun 1, 2014
lilkalamata:

hashtagemolyrics:

"Undateable" is a new show on NBC set in Detroit. Out of the six people on the show, only one character is black even though over  82% of Detroit’s population is black. 

i love when tv shows/movies are made about Detroit cuz like im from around here and i love seeing them get everything dead wrong

lilkalamata:

hashtagemolyrics:

"Undateable" is a new show on NBC set in Detroit. Out of the six people on the show, only one character is black even though over 82% of Detroit’s population is black

i love when tv shows/movies are made about Detroit cuz like im from around here and i love seeing them get everything dead wrong

(Source: premium-thot)

Jun 1, 2014

hellogumdrop:

sourcedumal:

queerfabulousmermaid:

l20music:

BOOM bitches!!

this is important

I’m sorry, what was that about fat people not being able to pole dance?????

What was that about fat people not having agility and the strength to do dance moves and shit while fat???

WHAT WAS THAT?

YOU SHOULD PROBABLY ACTUALLY WATCH HER DO IT

(Source: theonlybbw, via fuckyeahwomenprotesting)

Jun 1, 2014
puking:

this headline is so great

puking:

this headline is so great

(Source: idsfaoeinfsidak, via somuchlovetogive)

Jun 1, 2014

thentheysaidburnher:

And when men say “this is what happens when women turn men down” that isn’t a harmless observation, that is a credible threat. Men are holding women hostage for access to our bodies. They are appealing to women’s empathy to try to get us to comply so we will not lose more sisters. But male violence is not women’s fault and we are not responsible for our own murders.

(via badassqueerbabe)

Jun 1, 2014

Ten Things You Didnt Know (and Didn't Care To Know) About Being Bisexual

bisexual-community:

haveagaydayorg:

Ten Things You Didn’t Know About Bisexuals

  1. Bisexual men are 50 percent more likely to live in poverty than gay men
  2. Bisexual women are more than twice as likely to live in poverty as lesbians
  3. Bisexual men and women are at least one-third less likely to disclose their sexual identity to their doctors than gays or lesbians
  4. In comparison with lesbians and gays, bisexuals have a higher lifetime prevalence of sexual victimization.
  5. Forty percent of LGBT people of color identify as bisexual
  6. Bisexual women are almost six times more likely than heterosexual women to have seriously considered suicide, and four times more likely than lesbians
  7. Bisexual men are almost seven times more likely than heterosexual men to have seriously considered suicide, and over four times more likely than gay men
  8. Bisexual employees are eight times as likely to be in the closet compared to lesbian and gay counterparts
  9. Fifty-five percent of bisexual employees are not out to anyone at work
  10. From 2008 to 2012, only $5,000 in grants were awarded to bi-specific projects or bisexual organizations.

[Sources: The Williams Institute, Bisexual Invisibility: Impacts and Recommendations, National Intimate Partner and Sexual Violence Survey, Sexual Research and Social Policy]

we’re here, we’re queer and we’re a lot more valid in our anger than you’d like to admit

(via zeldatitsgerald)

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