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hip-hops-dynasty:

sourcedumal:

faramon:

ilovemysassysuperman:

itskalynbitch:

notanotherginger:

Those who say the Black Widow’s fighting style is just movie bullshit can see the above. ^ Shit is terrifyingly real. 

I think I’m in love.

She’s so tiny.
But she could kill me.
Great.

^ That

I will reblog this flying head scissors every time it comes on my dash because it’s so fucking awesome.

That majestic flip

hip-hops-dynasty:

sourcedumal:

faramon:

ilovemysassysuperman:

itskalynbitch:

notanotherginger:

Those who say the Black Widow’s fighting style is just movie bullshit can see the above. ^ Shit is terrifyingly real. 

I think I’m in love.

She’s so tiny.

But she could kill me.

Great.

^ That

I will reblog this flying head scissors every time it comes on my dash because it’s so fucking awesome.

That majestic flip

inspiring:

mom that cigarette pack you found in my bag??? its a metaphor

browningtons:

horsefricker:

browningtons:

Babe im not grabbin ur boob im grabbin ur heart 

thats my right boob tho

babe

officialfrenchtoast:

who else doesn’t want to buy cookies?

officialfrenchtoast:

who else doesn’t want to buy cookies?

iceepr1ncess:

literally nothing feels better than being loved by someone who hates everyone

callmeoutis:

mylittlealternateworld:

callmeoutis:

by all means call out john green on his bullshit don’t stand for one bit of it but while you’re at it don’t throw the 13 year old girls who read his books under the bus with him for crying over fictional boys and photoshopping flower crowns onto things and blogging about their social anxiety protect them at all fucking costs

What bullshit is there to call John Green out on?

besides the fact that he’s a pretentious self-aggrandizing misogynist you mean

Ok those are like just names against him, what I meant was something specific. But someone sent me a link anyways

http://withquestionablewit.tumblr.com/post/82810703678/mylittlealternateworld-callmeoutis-by-all

mylittlealternateworld:

callmeoutis:

by all means call out john green on his bullshit don’t stand for one bit of it but while you’re at it don’t throw the 13 year old girls who read his books under the bus with him for crying over fictional boys and photoshopping flower crowns onto…

Thanks for the link, I’ll look at it. I had no idea people thought bad things of him. He seems like a cool person on his YouTube page. Not making excuses for him or anything, I haven’t even seen the link but thanks

unimpressedcats:

Sleepy cat just does’t want to talk anymore with me

oate:

you only realise how bad the jokes on this site are until you actually say one out loud

callmeoutis:

by all means call out john green on his bullshit don’t stand for one bit of it but while you’re at it don’t throw the 13 year old girls who read his books under the bus with him for crying over fictional boys and photoshopping flower crowns onto things and blogging about their social anxiety protect them at all fucking costs

What bullshit is there to call John Green out on?

namelessshameless:

Why is it so hard for media to say that bisexual characters are bisexual. 

It’s always “fluid” or “confused” or whatever, like. 

Just say it. It’s one little word. “Bisexual.” You can do it, come on, I believe in you. 

Shame on every civil rights activist that silences their voice against oppression because they fear they will lose their followers.

- Criticize Obama for his drones.

- Speak out in favor of queer rights even if you have a religious audience

- Correct people’s wrongs. Even if you’re just suppose to be that “funny” person.

- Don’t be afraid to say “serious things” because some things need to be said damn it.

- Speak out for the trans community even if you are labeled as a weak man.

- BE FUCKING REAL AND AUTHENTIC.

Don’t say you love the leaders of the past if you’re afraid to stand alone like they did. That’s directed towards immortal tech, Rev Al Sharpton, Ellen Degenerous and many more people. Sorry, but it had to be said.

The queer people of Uganda, Lupita Nyong’o, Angela Davis

White faces. Straight faces. Privileged faces. “How can they tell me it will get better when they never faced the fear of DEATH or TORTURE?” Is what I thought as the it gets better campaign launched. I never thought it would get better for me. After all, most of the homeless children on the street now are LGBTQ+. So how? How. In Texas, how how how.

I have been feeling very alone for a while. I’ve been feeling like every people I stand with say something immoral.
-I’ve heard xenophobic, islamophobic, racist things from some queer people.
-I’ve heard homophobic, anti Semitic things from Pro Palestinian people.
-I’ve heard homophobic things from civil rights activists and some of my favorite rappers like immortal tech or Brother Ali.
- And I’ve heard the most anti feminist things coming from the mouths of so called “logical and rational” people.

And with this, a person questions whether they can continue. You question whether your existence is really valid. If such profound people can hate who you are as a person, maybe there is something wrong with you. Or maybe there is something you cannot see that they do see.

I was touched by Ellen Degenerous’s coming out story. I was happy when macklemore spoke about hip hop and accepting homosexuality. But Ellen had many supporters. And macklemore as a cis straight white male, is very privileged whether many people want to accept that or not. So though I was touched, I was never motivated.

Ellen does not understand the struggle people of color face when dealing with oppression because of race AND sexual or gender identity.


So still, I feel alone.

But after hearing people like Assata Shakur, Angela Davis, Cornel West and Marc Lamont Hill, I felt a little more accepted and understood. Their compassion and understanding gave me hope that there was a place for people like me.

Last, Lupita Nyong’o. The queer people of Uganda. African people. THAT. motivated me. Yesterday, I saw people of color on the stage at GLAAD. For the first time ever, I really think it’ll get better for me. Not as a lesbian American but as a lesbian Somali American woman (of little to no faith in God anymore).

I hope I can be a Laverne Cox to a struggling person one day.

We need more African speakers. We need more Jewish and Arab and MUSLIM speakers. Because if all the faces that are speaking in favor of queer rights look the same, you are neglecting the fact that not all queer people do look the same.
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