About Me

My social justice type tumblr, or, things I find important as I become who I want to be.

applejackismyhomegirl:

shoesxships:

girldork:

being a feminist is like trying to fix a giant hole in the wall and discovering that the entire wall is rotting and filled with termites and you have a lot more work to do than you thought you did

And also the termites verbally attack you while you fix the wall.

"NOT ALL TERMITES ARE LIKE THAT"

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lesleypowers:

No but seriously stop

lesleypowers:

No but seriously stop

Reblogged from Devourer Of Pizzas

Meeting Myself Again

whenwindy:

stoptellingwomentosmile:

Stickers are here! 

I SAW HER IN REAL LIFE GUYS. SHE SPOKE ON MY CAMPUS.

Reblogged from Pajaro yo yo yo yo

frostlawyer:

have you ever brought up a topic like ableism or misogyny or cissexism around people you love and trust and just seen the boredom and exasperation and ‘here we go again’ in their eyes and suddenly felt a little bit less safe

Reblogged from Chauvinist Sushi

professorzachary:

petition to turn “day of silence” into “day of screaming”

just talk about gay things all day

point out oppression whenever you see it

scream at homophobes until your throat goes raw

get loud

get aggressive

refuse to be silenced

make them fuckin listen to you

(Source: childofperdition)

Binding 101: Brands, Care Tips, and Health

autostraddle:

Binding 101: Brands, Care Tips, and Health

By Sonny Oram

Welcome to Binding 101! Whether you are considering binding for yourself, have been binding for years but want to learn more about binder brands and health, or want to prepare to support your friends and loved ones, you’ve come to the right place. I’m going to include my own experiences with binding as well as a crowdsource of favorite brands, care tips, and health advice.

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sketch-bat:

sneakyfeets:

Thank you mystery stranger for having the courage to deface these LGBTQIA posters around my friend’s school because she was too shy to do it but is now immensely grateful for the change

#ALLY is not an identifier #it’s a self-serving butt pat label for meeting the bare minimum requirement of human decency

sketch-bat:

sneakyfeets:

Thank you mystery stranger for having the courage to deface these LGBTQIA posters around my friend’s school because she was too shy to do it but is now immensely grateful for the change

 

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Media outlets may not be able to fully understand my sexuality, and to be honest, they don’t have to. What we should be doing is working to highlight bisexual voices, eliminating bi-erasure and stopping efforts to justify bisexual identity by way of science. Regardless of what studies say, our sexualities are fluid and our love sees past gender. I’m not straight. I’m not gay. I’m bisexual. And I want bisexual youth to be able to Google the word and find they aren’t alone, just like I did so many years ago.
Reblogged from (hell, yeah) Scarleteen

Meeting Myself Again

milesjai:

harrystilesstilinski:

Miles Jai saying what needs to be said.

"There was also a LGBT panel (at Playlist Live) that my friends were on. That was really fun to go to, and it was also very, um, enlightening. But the thing about having, like, an all gay cisgender white panel and calling it a "LGBT panel" even though there’s only gay white people on it isn’t really very accurate. And you know, I feel like a lot of people, even the panelists, have agreed that there should be more representation on the panel. I mean, who could they find that represent a different part of the LGBT spectrum? So yes, more represntation in the LGBT panels. Not just like, one lesbian and 4 white gay guys."

here’s to more diverse panels in the future! :)

Reblogged from set phasers to stunning