readhadraghaslayha:

emignetic:

itstonybetch:

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and others make straight people feel like we’re all abusive and it’s all our fault even though most of us support gay rights, shitty world we live in, there will never be peace, let’s face, it, earth might as well be called hell because, we, ourselves have ruined it with the terrible human ways

ugh literally shut the fuck up. stop victimizing yourself when there are kids killing themselves, people being beheaded, and various other atrocities being committed just because someone is gay. woe is you for being straight, boo hoo you’re so #oppressed by the gays. if that’s how you’re gonna act you’re no help at all good ol’ “supporter”

notes to self:

  • people who don’t care about you, no matter how much you care about them, aren’t worth your energy so let them go
  • choosing to be happy does not mean ignoring the sadness and pain that demand to be felt
  • probably the best thing you can do for yourself is to refuse to be embarrassed or ashamed of any part of you

gangnamstiel:

yo I respect your opinion because you don’t have to like her music

but if anyone slags off Kesha for being cheap and slutty because she writes about drinking and one-night stands and objectifying men and using them for sex then I’m gonna punch you so hard in the double standard that your fucking head will spin

feminishblog:

Please understand when someone says you have privilege - whether it be because of your race, gender, etc., understand they are not saying they claim to know you and understand your life. They are not saying you have lived an easy life. They are not saying you were born with a silver spoon or found one along the way.

What they are saying is that you were born with something, something that others were not. You were born with an advantage that for the time being, is still inherent and institutionalized.

What they are saying is listen, because as a result of that privilege, there are some things you can’t learn unless you do exactly that - listen.

So I implore you: Open you eyes. Close your mouth. Fill your ears, and consequentially, your heart and mind.

wocinsolidarity:

19 Asian Actresses on Major U.S. Cable Network Shows

Arden Cho (Korean) as Kira Yukimura on Teen Wolf 

Aubrey Anderson-Emmons (Korean) as Lily Tucker-Pritchett on Modern Family

Archie Panjabi (Sindhi) as Kalinda Sharma on The Good Wife

Chloe Bennet (Chinese and Jewish) as Skye on Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.

Grace Park (Korean) as Kono Kalakaua on Hawaii Five-0

Hannah Simone (Indian and German/Italian/Greek) as Cece Parekh on New Girl

Jamie Chung (Korean) as Mulan on Once Upon a Time

Jenna Ushkowitz (Korean) as Tina Cohen-Chang on Glee

Jessica Lu (Chinese and Japanese) as Ming Huang on Awkward.

Maggie Q (Vietnamese and Irish/Polish) as Nikita on Nikita

Michaela Conlin (Chinese and Irish) as Angela Montenegro on Bones

Mindy Kaling (Tamil and Bengali) as Mindy Lahiri on The Mindy Project

Ming-Na Wen (Chinese) as Melinda May on Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.

Parminder Nagra (Indian) as Meera Malik on The Blacklist

Reshma Shetty (Indian) as Divya Katdare on Royal Pains

Sandra Oh (Korean) as Cristina Yang on Grey’s Anatomy

Shay Mitchell (Filipina and Scottish/Irish) as Emily Fields on Pretty Little Liars

Tania Gunadi (Indonesian) as Private Park on Enlisted

Yunjin Kim (Korean) as Karen Kim on Mistresses 

flavorpill:


Lil B himself is far from a picture-perfect feminist, but his live education in followers’ experiences with sexism and rape culture is fascinating to behold. Celebrities posing tough questions to their massive social media followings isn’t common; turning those questions into a productive conversation, even less so.

Lil B Hosted a Twitter Open Forum on Rape Culture

flavorpill:

Lil B himself is far from a picture-perfect feminist, but his live education in followers’ experiences with sexism and rape culture is fascinating to behold. Celebrities posing tough questions to their massive social media followings isn’t common; turning those questions into a productive conversation, even less so.

Lil B Hosted a Twitter Open Forum on Rape Culture