boywitch: cosmicam-amor: boywitch: why people on the internetdo a shouting? small letter, small voice, small baby bird. thank u What?
it could be that this is some degree of sexism . m.i.a. had to deal with this...– Björk, on sexism in the electronic music genre (via radioheadofficial)
theuppitynegras: veganrantss: White people get mad when you wear a band t shirt of a band you don’t listen to, but they’re fine with wearing headdresses from cultures they know and care nothing about.
I rang the literary editors of a few ‘respected’ papers and asked them how much...– Dale Spender, correspondence, in Dale and Lynne Spender, Scribbling Sisters (Camden Press, 1986), pp. 31-32 (via radtransfem)
Noticing when someone is using your triggers to...
cumaeansibyl: realsocialskills: When someone is using your triggers to disorient and confuse you, it’s confusing. It can take a long time to figure out what’s going on. Here are some things I think are red flags: If someone seems to like you more when you’re triggered than when you’re in control, something is seriously wrong For instance, if a therapist only listens to you when you’re...
And where are the sober spaces? We often talk about “building safer spaces”, and...– An Open Letter to Young Organizers by Yucca (via ok4rj)
Here is the thing, okay? Coming into a feminist conversation with, “Have you...– Fugivitus: A few things to consider when you find a feminist blog (via absolutely-spiffing)
The 6 Most Important Things I've Learned In 6...
betheboy: Talking to your ex is fine but don’t drop everything to take their call. If ever ask yourself “Will they be mad about this?” you probably shouldn’t be doing whatever it is you’re about to do. If you don’t know what the other person wants or needs, ask. If you want or need something, it’s your responsibility to say so. It’s important to be honest but more important to be kind. ...
Don’t say that you’re a nice guy — that’s the bare minimum. Pretty girls have...– 6 Harsh Truths That Will Make You a Better Person (via thewindmillsaregiants)
The type of young person that magazine writers come across most frequently are...– Every Every Every Generation Has Been the Me Me Me Generation - Elspeth Reeve - The Atlantic Wire (via sc0rnflakess)
swingsetindecember: i see a lot saying they’re going to throw out their a&f clothes BUT another way to boycott abercrombie & fitch is to donate your a&f clothes to homeless shelters. because it would be going against what a&f are trying so hard to prevent when they burn their surplus clothes
more and more i am coming to realize i will never have a safe space and will never be able to escape for even a second, because they are everywhere and no one is willing to do the work to get rid of them, not even me
really i just want twitter’s block function to work properly
might start unfollowing everyone on twitter who still retweets people who sexually harassed me so if that includes you im sorry nothing personal i just cant stand to see them in my timeline anymore because it makes me want to puke
mahanaibu-eebowai: come with me and you’ll be in a world of
kaalashnikov: themaus: onediwreckingmylife: at monash university in melbourne the women’s department had a bake sale and cupcakes were one dollar for men and eighty cents for women and seventy cents for trans* people to represent the wage gap and heaps of guys kicked off about it being sexist and that’s how i finally understood how hypocritical and ignorant men’s rights activism is to be...
unfollowing everyone who reblogs porn with no tags or warnings bc that shit is triggering as hell, sorry