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littleleahlamb2k14:

the-all-american-patriot:

white people are responsible for every foul deed ever done. White people are the devil and people of color literally did nothing wrong EVER.

"people are talking about the side of history I wasn’t taught in school and it makes me uncomfortable to be presented with facts"

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I try to avoid conflict because the smallest confrontation can lead to obsessing over it, dwelling on it, etc and it really causes me anguish. Maybe I should keep everything to myself.

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Spaz, PLEASE come home.

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mishasminions:

tunte:

tom-aiac:

This is true art right here.

Humans are great

#PHOTOGRAPHY

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sunneinsplendour:

I’m not great with the words right now so I’ll keep this short: Cersei Lannister is a hard character. Hard to like, hard to forget. She’s almost all hard edges, tough, brittle exoskeleton wrapped around all the soft, idealistic parts of her that existed in childhood. Her life is hard too: you can’t simplify that away, peel back all the layers upon layers of motivation and resentment that manifest themselves in her actions, you can’t boil her down to just being ambitious and power-hungry. That’s too easy for a character who isn’t easy and deserves better consideration. That’s too easy for a Queen whose also a soldier whose also a mother whose also a lover, a woman whose body is a battlefield that her husband desecrates, whose eyes are wildfire and whose game is survival even when she’s bald and bloody and bereft and the crowds are chanting her name and it sounds like whore. She’s a character built on the contradictions of her own nature which is why I could write a dozen metas for her and still never get to the core of who she is as a character. Cersei Lannister is glorious in her complexity, a woman who wakes up everyday with scraped knuckles and fights.

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weeladybird1981:

“We still live in a binary world in which the idea is imposed on us that there are only two genders; we need to change that perception.”
Laverne Cox photo and interview in The Independent, 01-06-2014. [x]

weeladybird1981:

“We still live in a binary world in which the idea is imposed on us that there are only two genders; we need to change that perception.”

Laverne Cox photo and interview in The Independent, 01-06-2014. [x]

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queerability:

disabilityhistory:

Celebrating 40 Years of Disabled Lesbian Activism and Art

Image description: Five photos of disabled lesbians. #1: Color photo of people in a park, some of them holding a giant banner that reads “Honoring Dykes with Disabilities.” #2: Two women playing basketball in wheelchairs. #3: a black woman with glasses and natural hair playing ping pong. #4: Two light-skinned women dancing with AXIS, a physically integrated dance group. One woman in a wheelchair, and the other woman is…it’s hard to describe, but she’s upside-down, with her legs in the air, and her head in the woman’s lap, simulating oral sex.

These images come from Fabled/Asp, an organization that aims to “combine storytelling and filmmaking to document and continue the revolution in queer disability arts, aesthetics, politics and culture.” They’re such a great resource for history, culture, and politics of disabled lesbians.

What a wonderful resource!

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gay8:

riddle me this atheists: if god isn’t real then who is inside the kleenex box pushing up the next tissue

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