zeldathemes
LIBBY'S KINGDOM
aka where i live

telapathetic:

people who are full of hate and negativity r exhausting to be around wtf go play with a dog

Capitalist 1: Hey, it's Pride month, should we do anything to support queer people?
Capitalist 2: I heard there's a shelter for queer and trans kids who got kicked out that's going to be closing soon due to lack of funding?
Capitalist 1: I was thinking more along the lines of an ad campaign where we just put our logo in rainbow colors.
Capitalist 2: That's a much better idea

pseudophedrine:

zelinkfangrrl:

Because you may have Native blood, but do you have the heart to pump it?

If a person of colour tells you that what you’re wearing is offensive then don’t wear it.

Disclaimer: This comic only applies to those [“you” meaning those who wear headdresses where it does not apply to them or their culture, hense cultural appropriation] or have in some way done offense in the term of cultural appropriation and this post was created specifically for said people in order to perhaps gain a better understanding of why cultural appropriation is offensive to many Native Americans [and to whom it applies within any person of colour] and strictly for educational purposes. This post does not mean to offend those who have done some sort of act of unintentional offense to Native Americans in the past by means of cultural appropriation and presently understand the offense that was made and regret it.

"But do you have the heart to pump it?"

Intersex babies are not having difficulty with sexual identity or self-image. The parents are, and parental anxiety about the appearance of a child’s genitals should be treated with counseling, not with surgery to the child.

Elizabeth Weil (via reproductivejusticeatsfsu)


Yes. Yes. Yes. (via lauraroselam)

it’s also important to note how often it’s not even parental issues so much as naked medical abuse that is involved

like my parents not only weren’t behind my surgery but weren’t even informed it happened that’s how blase the doctors were about it

(via magicaldiscocunt)

grrrlfever:

i love women in a feminist way and also a lesbian way

When the other man responded by posting photos of himself with a white woman, Rodger grew irate:

“Full Asian men are disgustingly ugly and white girls would never go for you. You’re just butthurt that you were born as an asian piece of shit, so you lash out by linking these fake pictures. You even admit that you wish you were half white. You’ll never be half-white and you’ll never fulfill your dream of marrying a white woman. I suggest you jump off a bridge.”

That Rodger’s misogynist worldview was so strongly linked to a racist one is telling. America has long been invested in the affirmation of white beauty, but to hear these ideas echoed by a mass murderer signals the oft-forgotten fact that racism and sexism are inevitably – and often violently – intertwined.

Rodger was not just angry with women. He was angry that white women would reject him for men he deemed racially inferior. Like the Ku Klux Klan and men’s rights activists before him, he felt entitled to certain considerations by virtue of his whiteness and maleness, and when he thought these were being denied, he saw himself as a victim and lashed out.

Elliot Rodger’s Internet History Reveals Something More Sinister Than Just Misogyny

(via faineemae)

"That his mother is of Asian descent is neither ironic nor contradictory. It merely exposes the degree to which such philosophies have been internalized across racial lines."

(via lareinaana)

usedkneedles:

lionsarah:

abigailwlker:

AU where female characters aren’t treated like shit by their own writers and fandoms 

AU called Orphan Black

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evilhag:

not a drama queen, a drama khaleesi

dynastylnoire:

asubmissiveintraining:

The first question shouldn’t be “are you taken” but “are you interested.”

Contrary to popular stank male belief, a woman being single doesn’t endow you with magical woman-getting properties.

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So you’re going to ask out a freshman?