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fuckyeahfeminists:

loosescrewslefty:

powerpuff-save-the-day:

Powerpuff Girls was actually a show about a group of small children crushing the patriarchy and no one will convince me otherwise

Anyone who tries to convince you otherwise obviously wasn’t watching the same show.

Truth

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A VIDEO

odinsblog:

Excerpts from Brittney Cooper's Salon article. The full article is HERE and It is definitely worth a read. Additionally though, THIS post (by brutereason) is required companion reading for those who still believe that the whole #CancelColbert tag was no more than people who “don’t get satire” or that it’s simply “PC outrage" run amuck

If that is what you believe, then IMHO, you are missing (or willfully ignoring) the realities of privilege, paternalism & hegemony, and you value being “anti-PC" more than you value anti-racism

The @Suey_Park video interview is HERE (worth watching) and a few related posts are here, here and here

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criticalqueer:

a-great—perhaps:

This is not the first time I’ve gotten a message asking what cis means (my profile mentions my partner is cis), but it’s certainly the most maddening example.

"Idk wtf you mean but I didn’t really care that much anyway so I won’t ask you to elaborate k bye! :D"

Sometimes I have to boil it down to “when he was born, the doctor said ‘it’s a boy!’ and he agrees” before they get it. The idea of there being a word for them too is unfathomable to some of them.

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criticalqueer:

a-great—perhaps:

I made the thing.

logotv 

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A TEXT POST

Perez Hilton summarizing to me why having an “Inner Black Woman” isn’t a Problem

hellnogaycism:

Sooo Perez Hilton liked this post. I don’t know why, I guess he likes sounding like a rapist? This is what rape culture looks like. 

A TEXT POST

Anonymous asked: Do you have any tips to drop a racist "friend"? I mean sometimes she isn't that bad but she keeps using the n-word around even when I told her to stop.

blackpeopleconfessions:

- Danielle

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My third grade teacher called my mother and said, ‘Ms. Cox, your son is going to end up in New Orleans in a dress if we don’t get him into therapy.’ And wouldn’t you know, just last week I spoke at Tulane University, and I wore a LOVELY green and black dress.

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