28 7 / 2014

fruitprint:

gay moirail cuddles idfk

fruitprint:

gay moirail cuddles idfk

27 7 / 2014

toastyhat:

HAHA I CAN MAKE IT WORK IT JUST HAS TO BE TINY
screw you gifs

toastyhat:

HAHA I CAN MAKE IT WORK IT JUST HAS TO BE TINY

screw you gifs

27 7 / 2014

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27 7 / 2014

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25 7 / 2014

pervocracy:

cleolinda:

cinematicnomad:

apparently e.l. james called former child star mara wilson (matilda) a “sad fuck” for critiquing the 50shades books a while ago and now there’s a feud. i love it.

I’m in on this feud and I have chosen my side.

MARA WILSON, YOU HAVE MY SWORD.

25 7 / 2014

puff-to-tuff:

These are just the right mix of douchy and nerdy I was looking for.

(via sumomomochi)

24 7 / 2014

andrewdavidalex said: My question is sort of to the previous asker as well. In what situation would it be considered using white privilege to speak out against social issues (e.g. if you're white and tell someone that what they said is racist, or only if you're using a specific platform to speak about it, or what), and since I don't really know what that meant, is it possible to speak out against social issues without being seen as using white privilege or butting in to someone else's battle? Thanks.

thisiswhiteprivilege:

I think it comes down to what you consider your position in the conversation to be. I don’t agree with the notion that white people don’t belong in the conversation or that their role is to shut up and listen. I don’t think we should be sending white people to Google every time they have a question. Now, that’s not to say it’s our job to educate, but if our goal is to dismantle these structures, yeah, we’re going to need to deliver some guidance to people who genuinely want to help but don’t have the perspective to know what to do. 

(General note: Don’t take this as an invitation to consider this blog an educational resource. Like we’ve said many times before, there are days when we’re in the mood to answer questions for our well-intentioned white followers, and today happens to be one of those days, but this blog is primarily a POC space.)

Yes, it is possible to speak out against social issues without leveraging your white privilege. You should want to be a part of a conversation, but you in no way should try to make yourself a leading voice or an authority within that conversation. You simply don’t have the perspective to fully understand a lot of the concepts, which is not an insult, but a fact of life. I don’t have the perspective to fully understand a lot of the concepts within feminism, or the struggles of the queer community, so I don’t try to make myself an authoritative voice within those movements.

I do, however, attempt to amplify those perspectives within spaces in which it is appropriate for me to take an authoritative voice. You’ve got to always defer to those who are actually a part of whatever group you’re supporting. Ya know, just take in the conversations you’re privy to, correct your own actions, and then make sure the spaces you’re a part of are correcting their actions as well.

-Dion

24 7 / 2014

robothugscomic:

New Comic!

TRIGGER WARNING: This comic discusses harassment, sexism, rape culture, and toxic attitudes towards women and femmefolk. It includes examples of slurs, harassment, and quotes from sexual offenders. 

*** if I need to add more tags to stuff like this just message me and I will, it’s no trouble at all***

This is the longest comic I’ve ever done and it’s a monster and it took me forever and I never want to draw again. 

Ok, that’s not true. 

I used to take a certain route fairly frequently, a couple of times a week. And there were these two guys who were almost always hanging around on the sidewalk, and they’d always talk at me:

"Hey, red!"

"Good seeing you again"

"Looking good, red!"

(I had red hair back then)

And I thought I didn’t care so much, but then I found myself altering my route, or feeling stressed, knowing I’d likely encounter them again. 

I took the same route with a guy once, and they were there, and they said nothing. But next time I was alone, it started again, and that said it all. 

Fuck those guys. It’s my sidewalk too. 

CITATIONS:

1: Amy Poehler “I don’t fucking care if you like it”

2: Quotes from sexual offenders from… (I read through this shit and it’s terrible awful terrible stuff)

 - Interview in “Rapists’ accounts of their motivations, levels of premeditation and target choices: Some Trinidadian and Tobagonian data”

 - Reddit thread, 2012

 - “Rapist files” - a book

3: Bystander Intervention

24 7 / 2014

bowowoof:

i am so sorry

bowowoof:

i am so sorry

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23 7 / 2014

handsomedogs:

This is Piper, did a photo shoot with her and her Human! Follow me for more awesome photoshoots <3 http://ashleymcadoo.tumblr.com

I don’t usually reblog things just because they’re cute, but I am 100% in love with this puppy so…

handsomedogs:

This is Piper, did a photo shoot with her and her Human! Follow me for more awesome photoshoots <3 http://ashleymcadoo.tumblr.com

I don’t usually reblog things just because they’re cute, but I am 100% in love with this puppy so…

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