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Keep Calm and Shoot To Kill:
ky, 22. genderpunk and scatterbrained. poly, pansexual, fat+, sex+.
they/them pronouns are awesome. not safe for work or anywhere else, really. well bye.

hugedad420:

1950s greaser aesthetic except with less clothes and more grease. no clothes. even more grease. zoom



"Vinushka." 2014. Art/design © to Dead Dogma.'No one wants to talk about the truth that hurts the ear.'

"Vinushka." 2014. Art/design © to Dead Dogma.
'No one wants to talk about the truth that hurts the ear.'


ggungaby:

Guys…
These guys, who dress up as popular comic book heroes and such, went to visit this little four year-old boy when he was dying from cancer. And at his funeral, they took off their masks while they carried his coffin, so to honor him.
I’m about to cry now.

ggungaby:

Guys…

These guys, who dress up as popular comic book heroes and such, went to visit this little four year-old boy when he was dying from cancer. And at his funeral, they took off their masks while they carried his coffin, so to honor him.

I’m about to cry now.


yycstudio:

Dendritic Moss Agate

yycstudio:

Dendritic Moss Agate


fuckyeahwomenprotesting2:

the 40’s and 50’s had a really cute aesthetic however the dark underside of over patriotism, greed, racism and sexism make me content to simply steal the dress patterns and be glad I’m not living during the time period. 


A great many people familiar with the trans* community may have heard of hijras, a concept of gender that exists within South Asia. A great many usually white trans* people have called hijra’s “trans*” or put them under the trans* label. Regardless of their intention, to take the epistemology of “trans*” and apply it to something like the hijra can be seen as an oppressive or colonising act. The hijra are hijra. That is their name. Unless a hijra specifically identifies as transgender or trans*, applying our own concepts of gender and sexuality constructed within white supremacist cultures to people outside of our epistemological framework is redefining them on our own terms for our own benefit. Another instance of where this occurs is within the American/Canadian indigenous or native concept of two spirit, which is in and of itself an umbrella term for multiple tribal concepts of third or mixed gender roles. The definition not only differs from tribe to tribe, but in many cases applying the white concept of gender toward two spirit people, again, becomes an act of oppression and colonisation. Especially when, without any indigenous or native background, white people adopt the identification mantle of “two spirit”.

Boldlygo, Gender Abolition as Colonisation: Defining “Gender” | angrywomenofcolorunited

Wait omg this is literally every conversation I’ve been having for the past two weeks. So pleased to see it put into words more concisely than I could. 

(via lionessyawn)

thank you!!!!!!!!!!!!!! i hate when people talk about these CULTURALLY RESTRICTED categories as if they’re OBJECTIVE categories and everyone can slot into them, it drives me BONKERS, every to attempt to apply white/western categories of queerness OR EVEN TO MAKE A STATEMENT LIKE “GENDER AND SEX ARE SEPARATE” WHEN IN FACT TO MANY PEOPLE IN MANY PLACES AND SPACES AND LIFE STAGES AND TIMES THEY ARE NOT, then like-??? you’re totally overriding people’s self-determination, you’re erasing their already struggling voice from the public eye, you’re totally silencing disagreement. and PRETTY MUCH ALL QUEERS I KNOW DO THIS HONESTLY.

(via buttholewhisperer)

oh-mrs-o:

The dittos I use for breeding. 


splotchypie:

dualpaperbags:

johnny-worthington:

Why is there no Men In Black fandom what the fuck is wrong with the world

I’m starting a Men In Black fandom right now.

This is happening.

There’s always been a Men In Black fandom

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you just don’t remember them

Don’t remember what


womaninthewoods:

beds fascinate me, the way the sheets crinkle depending on how you move and the position that you sleep.

tells a lot about a person.


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