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Childhood memories :’)

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I refuse to believe that there are people using tumblr that don’t know what this is and have never used it.

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No, Because they are nobles in revolution-era France and will be guillotined. 

you must be fun at parties

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drain-seeker:

Fake Geek Girls (x)

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I wouldn’t necessarily mind people not knowing I’m gay, but I don’t like being thought of as straight — in the same way that I don’t mind people not knowing I’m a writer, but it would be awkward if they assumed I was an extreme skateboarder, because that’s so far removed from the reality of my life. But there is no blank slate where orientation is concerned; we are straight until proven otherwise. And if you’ve never seen how dramatically a conversation can be derailed by a casual admission of homosexuality, let me tell you, it gets awkward.

My Life as an Invisible Queer - Cosmopolitan (via feministlibrarian)

This speaks to me so much, and is probably the most important part, but let me tell you, I like this bit more:

What would be great, I think, is if I could hire some kind of old-timey town crier to precede me into any room I enter, shouting “Lesbian coming! Lesbian coming this way!” and possibly ringing some kind of bell. Then everyone would already know before our interaction commenced, and they could be pleasant or horrible as the spirit moved them, but at least we’d be communicating from a place of honesty and I wouldn’t have to worry about whether I’ll inadvertently reveal myself.

(via aceadmiral)

one of the strange things about having a male partner is the unexpected moments when i mention (often without thinking much of it) previous partners or that i identify as queer & the conversation kind of shuts down. i am acutely aware of how my current partner affects the way i am treated.

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misandry-mermaid:

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ooc: Reblogging because holy shit.

I aspire to be this woman when I’m older. 

YASSSSSSS!

This woman was born before women were legally allowed to vote.

So don’t think for a second that she’s joking when she sees you trying to take that right away, Republicans.

I def have some issues with the Obama administration, but man do I want to be her when I grow up.

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billnaisciguy:

SCREAMS

I KNOW EXACTLY WHERE YOU ARE

billnaisciguy:

SCREAMS

I KNOW EXACTLY WHERE YOU ARE

Teefury Thinks Adult Women Should Have Children's Bodies

Apparently Teefury thinks fully grown adult women should only be one fourth of an inch wider than children. This is actually a pretty prevalent issue when it comes to women and body image; there are all kinds of signs that we’re sent telling us we are supposed to eternally look like pre-teens. We’re supposed to shave off all our body hair, we’re definitely not supposed to talk about anything related to sex or puberty, and aside from an increase in boob size we’re expected to keep our bodies looking exactly the same as they were when we crawled out of the cesspool that is middle school.

And Teefury’s contributing to this message. What they are essentially saying is that even with breasts a woman should be about the same size as a child, that fully grown adult woman should be able to wear the same clothes as the children she bore. They’re saying that a woman that’s a size 3XL — that’s four sizes above medium, which is supposed to be the “normal,” middling size — should still be substantially smaller than a man who’s only two sizes above the same marker.

President Snow’s Panem Address #2 - “Unity”

YESSSSS

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newwavefeminism:

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i promise to reblog this every time it shows up on my dash

America’s hatred of welfare date back to politicians using a manufactured image of the black “welfare queen” to create collective hatred and harness that racist energy to get votes for office.