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ourafrica:

@koranaddo took this amazing shot in Ferguson today. #fergusonOctober
"Young Nigel waits for the rest of the #FergusonOctober marchers to catch up"

ourafrica:

@koranaddo took this amazing shot in Ferguson today. #fergusonOctober

"Young Nigel waits for the rest of the #FergusonOctober marchers to catch up"

(via ladyvisenya)

queergraffiti:

mindthefilth:

Poster reads:
"WE DON’T wanna MARRY, WE JUST wanna FUCK (and flame, freak out, flaunt it, fuck up, figure it out, figure it out again, and do something with our lives that isn’t just about property rights and patriarchy, OK?)"
by QACC (Queers Against Capitalist Crap)

found in London, England

queergraffiti:

mindthefilth:

Poster reads:

"WE DON’T wanna MARRY, WE JUST wanna FUCK (and flame, freak out, flaunt it, fuck up, figure it out, figure it out again, and do something with our lives that isn’t just about property rights and patriarchy, OK?)"

by QACC (Queers Against Capitalist Crap)

found in London, England

(via safeword)

euthanizeallwhitepeople:

euthanizeallwhitepeople:

Nguyen Thi Ly, 11, skips rope in her village south of Da Nang, Vietnam.

Her grandfather served in the North Vietnamese Army during the Vietnam War, and she is a third generation victim of dioxin exposure, the result of Agent Orange and other herbicides sprayed by the U.S. military during the conflict more than 40 years ago.

Like her mother, she suffers from severe facial deformities and chronic bone pain, but is otherwise a normal little girl with hopes and dreams for the future. Skipping rope is her favorite activity. The Vietnam Red Cross estimates that 3 million Vietnamese suffer from illnesses related to dioxin exposure, including at least 150,000 people born with severe birth defects since the end of the war.

The U.S. government is paying to clean up dioxin-contaminated soil at the Da Nang airport, which served as a major U.S. base during the conflict.

But the U.S. government still denies that dioxin is to blame for widespread health problems in Vietnam and has never provided any money specifically to help the country’s Agent Orange victims. May 28, 2012. x

A bit of white history for you this morning.

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Love you guys

(via ladyvisenya)

Welcoming people [into the trans community] who otherwise might have been able to get by in a cis identity weakens the ideology of cisness, not the ideology of transness.

It’s saying, “we can do things for these people that you cannot because of your narrow ideas of gender.” It’s saying, “these are our people to cherish, not your people to shame.

bramblepatch still blowing me away (via pissonality)

(Source: askanonbinary, via riotrite)

odinsblog:

ruckawriter:

worldoflis:

girldwarf:

Deconstructing Masculinity & Manhood with Michael Kimmel @ Dartmouth College

YAAAAEEESSSSSSS

You know what I like, and feel is so important? That he doesn’t say “Men thinks those are THEIR positions”. He says “We think those are OUR positions.”

As a male feminist, he still doesn’t exclude himself from the group of men.

Damn.

Well said.

We are (still) living in the age of the angry White male…who, unironically, is the beneficiary of 99.999% of society’s benefits 

(Source: exgynocraticgrrl, via fatfeministfetishist)

fats:

Dudes get so sensitive when you say “rape culture”. 

Like honestly, you guys just want to be able to do and say whatever the fuck you want and think that’s your god given fucking right, and never ever have to think about what the consequences may be for other people. 

Men want to have zero accountability for the violence against women that they perpetuate.

Nah, man. You are part of the problem, and I’m not going to shut up about it.

YOU ARE PART OF THE PROBLEM! 

(via fatfeministfetishist)