siddharthasmama:

superqueerartsyblog:

Comic about slurs, published in the Galago magazine last summer. 

And this is really how it is. Instead of placing the onus on us and asking why we don’t say anything, ask yourselves instead why you don’t think it’s a problem that it goes unchecked.
siddharthasmama:

superqueerartsyblog:

Comic about slurs, published in the Galago magazine last summer. 

And this is really how it is. Instead of placing the onus on us and asking why we don’t say anything, ask yourselves instead why you don’t think it’s a problem that it goes unchecked.
siddharthasmama:

superqueerartsyblog:

Comic about slurs, published in the Galago magazine last summer. 

And this is really how it is. Instead of placing the onus on us and asking why we don’t say anything, ask yourselves instead why you don’t think it’s a problem that it goes unchecked.
siddharthasmama:

superqueerartsyblog:

Comic about slurs, published in the Galago magazine last summer. 

And this is really how it is. Instead of placing the onus on us and asking why we don’t say anything, ask yourselves instead why you don’t think it’s a problem that it goes unchecked.

siddharthasmama:

superqueerartsyblog:

Comic about slurs, published in the Galago magazine last summer. 

And this is really how it is. Instead of placing the onus on us and asking why we don’t say anything, ask yourselves instead why you don’t think it’s a problem that it goes unchecked.

(via thechocolatebrigade)

floozys:

floozys:

my feminist goal is not to convince men that girls are of value, my feminist goal is to achieve a future where the judgement of our value isn’t in the hands of men. 

and this goes for, especially goes for, trans girls, girls of colour, disabled girls and LGBTQA+ girls. 

girls, all girls, and if you believe otherwise don’t reblog this.

(Source: floozys, via misandry-mermaid)

The image of the Black woman as chronically promiscuous…. Viewed as ‘loose women’ and whores, Black women’s cries of rape would necessarily lack legitimacy.

- Angela Davis

The racial component of rape

(via exgynocraticgrrl)

(via misandry-mermaid)

chigypt:

conelradstation:

George Carlin, Jammin’ In New York, 1992

This is from ‘92 bruh…
chigypt:

conelradstation:

George Carlin, Jammin’ In New York, 1992

This is from ‘92 bruh…
chigypt:

conelradstation:

George Carlin, Jammin’ In New York, 1992

This is from ‘92 bruh…
chigypt:

conelradstation:

George Carlin, Jammin’ In New York, 1992

This is from ‘92 bruh…
chigypt:

conelradstation:

George Carlin, Jammin’ In New York, 1992

This is from ‘92 bruh…
chigypt:

conelradstation:

George Carlin, Jammin’ In New York, 1992

This is from ‘92 bruh…

chigypt:

conelradstation:

George Carlin, Jammin’ In New York, 1992

This is from ‘92 bruh…

(via entelijan)

(Source: thespoonmissioner, via zombifiedbreakfast)

theallamericanmuslimah:

fnhfal:

Syrian civil war 

This made me cry. I walked those streets…
theallamericanmuslimah:

fnhfal:

Syrian civil war 

This made me cry. I walked those streets…

theallamericanmuslimah:

fnhfal:

Syrian civil war 

This made me cry. I walked those streets…

(via darkblau)

Anonymous asked why do you like acid so much?

byokidekoneko666:

too poor to go on a real trip

I am better than no one and no one is better than me.
georgianadesign:

Canyon barn, WA. MW|Works Architecture+Design, Seattle.

Do I have a stamp on my forehead that says, ”The National Spokesperson for the Plight of Black People”? How the hell should I know the black perspective on The Color Purple? That’s it, if I don’t change classes, I’m gonna hurt this fool. Teachers treat me like I’m some kind of Rosetta stone for African-Americans. What? Black people learn how to read, and we all miraculously come to the same conclusion?

Do I have a stamp on my forehead that says, ”The National Spokesperson for the Plight of Black People”? How the hell should I know the black perspective on The Color Purple? That’s it, if I don’t change classes, I’m gonna hurt this fool. Teachers treat me like I’m some kind of Rosetta stone for African-Americans. What? Black people learn how to read, and we all miraculously come to the same conclusion?

Do I have a stamp on my forehead that says, ”The National Spokesperson for the Plight of Black People”? How the hell should I know the black perspective on The Color Purple? That’s it, if I don’t change classes, I’m gonna hurt this fool. Teachers treat me like I’m some kind of Rosetta stone for African-Americans. What? Black people learn how to read, and we all miraculously come to the same conclusion?

(Source: princematized, via electro-sophisti-funky-lady)