shadowseas:

Friendly reminder: you do not “harvest” animals. You kill them. Please stop using euphemisms for murder. Thanks. 



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abagond:

There should be a White History Month in America. That way we can teach all about the things White Americans have done in history, like:
Cherokee Trail of Tears
Japanese American internment
Philippine-American War
Jim Crow
The genocide of Native Americans
Transatlantic slave trade
The Middle Passage
The history of White American racism
Black Codes
Slave patrols
Ku Klux Klan
The War on Drugs
Treaty of Guadalupe Hidalgo
How white racism grew out of slavery and genocide
How whites still benefit from slavery and genocide
White anti-racism
The Southern strategy
The rape of black slave women
CORE
Madison Grant
The Indian Wars
Human zoos
How the Jews became white
White flight
Redlining
Proposition 14
Homestead Act
Tulsa Riots
Rosewood massacre
Tuskegee Experiment
Lynching
Hollywood stereotypes
Indian Appropriations Acts
Immigration Act of 1924
Sundown towns
Chinese Exclusion Act
Emmett Till
Vincent Chin
Islamophobia
Indian boarding schools
King Philip’s War
Bacon’s Rebellion
American slavery compared to Arab, Roman and Latin American slavery
History of the gun
History of the police
History of prisons
History of white suburbia
Lincoln’s racism and anti-racism
George Wallace
Fox News
Cointelpro
Real estate steering
School tracking
Mass incarceration of black men
Boston school busing riots
And so on. No fear of running out of topics: there is more than one a day! I am sure my commenters can come up with tons more, probably some big ones that are not coming to mind at the moment (I did not list slavery, the abolitionist movement, the civil war, Reconstruction or Lincoln since they are, in fact, covered in history class, however poorly).
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abagond:

There should be a White History Month in America. That way we can teach all about the things White Americans have done in history, like:

  1. Cherokee Trail of Tears
  2. Japanese American internment
  3. Philippine-American War
  4. Jim Crow
  5. The genocide of Native Americans
  6. Transatlantic slave trade
  7. The Middle Passage
  8. The history of White American racism
  9. Black Codes
  10. Slave patrols
  11. Ku Klux Klan
  12. The War on Drugs
  13. Treaty of Guadalupe Hidalgo
  14. How white racism grew out of slavery and genocide
  15. How whites still benefit from slavery and genocide
  16. White anti-racism
  17. The Southern strategy
  18. The rape of black slave women
  19. CORE
  20. Madison Grant
  21. The Indian Wars
  22. Human zoos
  23. How the Jews became white
  24. White flight
  25. Redlining
  26. Proposition 14
  27. Homestead Act
  28. Tulsa Riots
  29. Rosewood massacre
  30. Tuskegee Experiment
  31. Lynching
  32. Hollywood stereotypes
  33. Indian Appropriations Acts
  34. Immigration Act of 1924
  35. Sundown towns
  36. Chinese Exclusion Act
  37. Emmett Till
  38. Vincent Chin
  39. Islamophobia
  40. Indian boarding schools
  41. King Philip’s War
  42. Bacon’s Rebellion
  43. American slavery compared to Arab, Roman and Latin American slavery
  44. History of the gun
  45. History of the police
  46. History of prisons
  47. History of white suburbia
  48. Lincoln’s racism and anti-racism
  49. George Wallace
  50. Fox News
  51. Cointelpro
  52. Real estate steering
  53. School tracking
  54. Mass incarceration of black men
  55. Boston school busing riots

And so on. No fear of running out of topics: there is more than one a day! I am sure my commenters can come up with tons more, probably some big ones that are not coming to mind at the moment (I did not list slavery, the abolitionist movement, the civil war, Reconstruction or Lincoln since they are, in fact, covered in history class, however poorly).

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nickdrake:

1977 Interno di un convento

nickdrake:

1977 Interno di un convento




lingerworthylingerie:

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filthytit:

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filthytit:

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goodviiibe:

M.I.A for TIME



Anonymous asked:
Why does it matter to you what people identify as? It doesn't effect you so what do you have against trans people?

veganflowers:

Look, the point is it does affect me.

Men have been oppressing women for thousands of years. Through the association of traits like authority, aggression, reason over empathy and sexual dominance with manhood, and their consequent valorisation and competitive performance, they’ve also been fucking over animals, the environment and each other, especially in the centuries since the Industrial Revolution.
Changing your identity to non-binary or trans is an act only a few privileged individuals can manage. The gender movement’s focus is on the personal, the individual, so one person’s transition is a glowing damn success story, but where the fuck are their voices for women around the world who CAN’T transition, who can’t deny their gendered oppression?

What about the girl who’s genitals are mutilated when she is four? Tough, sister, you should have *~transitioned~*. We’ll come educate your community one day. Sorry that it’s a bit too late for you, but I look so pretty in my push-up bra, aren’t empowered women radical??
What about the low-income mother with three children whose husband beats her? I know! Tell her to *~transition~*! She doesn’t have to stay in the category of her oppression!
What about the baby aborted because her parents thought daughters were less valuable? Radio fucking silence.
What about the high school girl who’d really like to be allowed to wear shorts to school and who’s sexual education so far has taught her that she’s an object to be lusted after and she should damn well behave like it and who would like a future where she wasn’t facing a one-in-five chance of being sexually assaulted, with a lower income than men and a decreased life-span if she chooses to marry?
Tell her to *~trans-. Wait, I forgot. She’s too busy studying, socialising and liking to wear dresses and feel pretty sometimes to want your movement. I guess it’s not for her. So she should probably shut up like all the other privileged cis scum. It’s not like she understands misogyny anyway.

Goddess forbid women should want to fight their own oppression without mutilating their bodies or throwing all other women under the bus in the name of their personal struggle.

When genderists say ‘I’m a woman because I’m feminine’ or ‘I’m a man because I’m masculine’ or ‘I’m non-binary because I’m neither/some mixture of both’ you’re cementing the false categories of our oppression and leaving us absolutely no space to fight back except through your own aggressive, exclusive and self-obsessed movement.

I reject that. I reject the label cis. I refuse to call males ‘women’, no matter how many dresses they own or how much they like baking or cleaning or being submissive because those categories don’t define me and I reject their association with my sex completely.

Identity politics is not a self-contained movement and how you identify has implications beyond yourselves. I choose to be critical of that, because it affects my life, and the lives of other girls and women who either can’t or don’t want to belong to your politics.
I give them my voice, because yours won’t speak for them at all.





red-lipstick:

Xuh - , 2014     Digital Arts

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Xuh - , 2014     Digital Arts

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The most painful thing is losing yourself in the process of loving someone too much, and forgetting that you are special too.
Ernest Hemingway, Men Without Women (via thelostdeer)


gothsportscore:

i don’t want to be a part of a college system where plagiarism is a worse crime than rape