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Reblogged from vraieronique

opn-wide:

empyreal:

Omg

Yooooooooo

(Source: vraieronique, via booshyknowsfun)

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Reblogged from i-am-river

genderfuckedover:

thewomanfromitaly:

i-am-river:

So, i read this awful article using bathroom “scare tactics,” which was claiming that trans women are potential rapists. “Men” who dress as women to gain access to women only spaces and force them self on women. This really upset me and i had a bit of a Twitter rant. They were read by others and i was urged to post them in other media also, so i am posting them here. (Edited together in easy reading format from top to bottom.)

This is the link in the first tweet about how there are no cases of a trans woman attacking a cis woman in public restrooms: Link 1.

This is the link in the second tweet about the cases where trans people are assaulted in the bathroom by cis people: Link 2.

if you’re cis and you follow me i’m gonna need you to reblog this

don’t care if you’re cis or trans, this is important.

(via colelamberton)

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Reblogged from after-crisis

"No one will miss me", "I’m better off dead"

after-crisis:

When I worked at a non-profit that handled suicide prevention, I had access to the donation records. Each month, a specific man donated 15$ to our organization. It was like clockwork.. same day, same man, he had been doing this for over 4 years. It always seemed odd to me but I never questioned it… until I saw a note attached one month. "For Noah- Dad"

his donation was once his child’s allowance.

I can promise you, they would miss you for the rest of their lives.

(via pathofrecovery)

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Reblogged from kingjaffejoffer
jawnthebaptiste:

kingjaffejoffer:

Michael Brown’s dad before the burial. 
The emotion and all of the sweat…. shit is hard to look at, even if its only a picture

I didn’t want to reblog this because it’s hard to look at, but people SHOULD see it.
We SHOULD see a father mourning his teenage son.
We SHOULD see how a killing like Mike’s can take a toll on not only a community, but a family.
It’s as easy for young black men to become martyrs as it is for them to become victims. They can never just be humans. 
We can never just be.

jawnthebaptiste:

kingjaffejoffer:

Michael Brown’s dad before the burial. 

The emotion and all of the sweat…. shit is hard to look at, even if its only a picture

I didn’t want to reblog this because it’s hard to look at, but people SHOULD see it.

We SHOULD see a father mourning his teenage son.

We SHOULD see how a killing like Mike’s can take a toll on not only a community, but a family.

It’s as easy for young black men to become martyrs as it is for them to become victims. They can never just be humans. 

We can never just be.

(via jcatgrl)

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Reblogged from georgiaokweeffe

booksoverbae:

georgiaokweeffe:

Be wary of those who apologize for how you feel instead of apologizing for what they did to you

T H I S !

(via pardonmewhileipanic)

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Reblogged from portraits-of-america
portraits-of-america:

     “When I was growing up, my mom constantly reminded me, ‘Be humble. Never rest on your laurels.’ I used to be very arrogant in my early teenage years: I thought I was the greatest person ever, I came from a well-to-do family and I didn’t think there was anything that could stop me—until I visited India. We went to an adult orphanage, and I saw people living in simply disastrous conditions. I thought, Wow, this is a different walk of life. Look at me, I have everything and I need to be grateful. That’s what brought me down to earth.”



Ann Arbor, MI 

portraits-of-america:

     “When I was growing up, my mom constantly reminded me, ‘Be humble. Never rest on your laurels.’ I used to be very arrogant in my early teenage years: I thought I was the greatest person ever, I came from a well-to-do family and I didn’t think there was anything that could stop me—until I visited India. We went to an adult orphanage, and I saw people living in simply disastrous conditions. I thought, Wow, this is a different walk of life. Look at me, I have everything and I need to be grateful. That’s what brought me down to earth.”

Ann Arbor, MI 

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Reblogged from after-crisis

"No one will miss me", "I’m better off dead"

after-crisis:

When I worked at a non-profit that handled suicide prevention, I had access to the donation records. Each month, a specific man donated 15$ to our organization. It was like clockwork.. same day, same man, he had been doing this for over 4 years. It always seemed odd to me but I never questioned it… until I saw a note attached one month. "For Noah- Dad"

his donation was once his child’s allowance.

I can promise you, they would miss you for the rest of their lives.

(via pathofrecovery)

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Reblogged from rosefyler

rosefyler:

today i was running late for school and i was sprinting down the street to make it on time and suddenly i turned to my left and my history teacher was running as well and he just screamed to me THIS IS THE FIRST TIME I’VE EXERCISED IN 18 YEARS

(Source: rosefyler, via fatandfabulousmermaid)

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Reblogged from best-of-memes

lavienoire:

rayvenloaf:

dragonsatmidnight:

this-book-has-been-loved:

kissmymahogany:

koopat911:

Notice only 20 shades of gray

It’s been proven that women actually have an acute ability to pick up subtle differences in colors

In response to that last comment^^

Yes. It comes from the Hunter-Gatherer days.

Women were the gatherers. They had to be able to discern between the different shades of colors to know which plants were poisonous and which were not.

Men were out hunting, so they didn’t have to worry about that.

Which is why women see “Blood orange” and “crimson” and “scarlet” etc while guys just see “red”.

but what about trans people?

or men who quilt?

What if it’s just that women spend more time training themselves to tell colors apart, because it’s something that women are expected to do?

That’s probably it. NPR did a story on perception of color and long story short a male professional painter saw color differences as well as a woman supposedly genetically superior at seeing color variation

… Lol evo-psych. *rolls eyes* You won’t believe this stereotype ableist cissexist shit is from the last 100 years, before, men were considered The Great Artists in the west so women weren’t supposed to be this detallist. Until fashion came.

Most of the traits we think of as male or female have a lot more to do with gender roles than men or women.

(Source: best-of-memes, via blackmagicalgirlmisandry)

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Reblogged from i-effed-it-all-up

i-effed-it-all-up:

some people feel pressured by labels, and therefore don’t like to label their sexuality

some people find comfort in labels, and labeling their sexuality has given them a feeling of belonging

both are completely fine

i’m not sure why some people still can’t comprehend this

(via april-polyverse)