bunnyfood:

 

*screams internally*

"What men mean when they talk about their “crazy” ex-girlfriend is often that she was someone who cried a lot, or texted too often, or had an eating disorder, or wanted too much/too little sex, or generally felt anything beyond the realm of emotionally undemanding agreement. That does not make these women crazy. That makes those women human beings, who have flaws, and emotional weak spots. However, deciding that any behavior that he does not like must be insane– well, that does make a man a jerk.

And when men do this on a regular basis, remember that, if you are a woman, you are not the exception. You are not so cool and fabulous and levelheaded that they will totally get where you are coming from when you show emotions other than “pleasant agreement.”

When men say “most women are crazy, but not you, you’re so cool” the subtext is not, “I love you, be the mother to my children.” The subtext is “do not step out of line, here.” If you get close enough to the men who say things like this, eventually, you will do something that they do not find pleasant. They will decide you are crazy, because this is something they have already decided about women in general."

Jennifer Wright, “Lady, You Really Aren’t ‘Crazy’” (via keefrich)
beyoursledgehammer:

Offffreeeddd you jeeeerk

beyoursledgehammer:

Offffreeeddd you jeeeerk

canadian-asian:

The Red Fox Shiba Inu

incarbonite:

gingerin-thetardis:

"Raven what’s on your face.

It is me”

This so accurately describes me in my relationship. Haha. 

blackfeminism:

[image description]: Gwen Stefani in front of the four Harajuku Girls. They are all dressed in fetishized school uniforms with knee socks, tutu miniskirts, ties, small capes, and cuffed sweaters with gothic print on them. The Harajuku Girls are four Japanese and Japanese American backup dancers featured in stage shows and music videos for Gwen Stefani during her solo pop/R&B/dance-record phase.[1] The women also act as an entourage at Stefani’s public appearances.

[image description] of Katie Perry dressed as a geisha at her performance of “Unconditionally” at the 2013 AMAs. She wore a kimono and used Japanese backup dancers along with appropriated many aspects of Japanese culture, including architecture, gardens, and drums

[image description] of Avril Lavigne from her music video “Hello Kitty” where she says “hello kitty kawaii while touching herself, dressed in a miniskirt, garters, and a corset in front of four Asian backup dancers, goes to a sushi restaurant.

politicalsexkitten:

mytongueisforked:

snarkbender:

petitepasserine:

white women of hollywood, reducing japan and japanese culture to cupcakes, sexy ”costumes” and submissive sex-kittens since god knows when

white people, this is why nobody trusts you

yeah, so white women fetishize, objectify, and commodify woc as well and treat us like props.

this is why we don’t trust you. 

They took down the Hello Kitty video from YouTube but you can watch it here if you want to cringe and fume for three minutes. 

Also I hate people going around and saying that if we don’t want to be dehumanized or appropriated, then don’t take the job.

Uh. If someone turns down the chance to be in an artist’s music video, they’ll easily replace her and she’ll be known to be a difficult person to work with. It’s tough enough for WoC in this industry, so they’re not in a position to bargain or stand up for themselves cause to Hollywood, they’re disposable. 

So instead of being so simple-minded and saying for everyone to just “stop taking offensive jobs”, get angry at those who think it’s okay to use People of Color as props. 

We’re not for display.

We’re not your accessories.

Go fuck yourself.

cherenigans:

do you think whoever was designing the default netflix avatar made a mistake somewhere but just sat there laughing at the result for so long that the whole design team decided to keep it

image

It’s great having friends in medical school

It’s great having friends in medical school

jedavu:

Sketches

by Vincent Hachen

"I maintain that every civil rights bill in this country was passed for white people, not for black people. For example, I am black. I know that. I also know that while I am black I am a human being. Therefore I have the right to go into any public place. White people don’t know that. Every time I tried to go into a public place they stopped me. So some boys had to write a bill to tell that white man, “He’s a human being; don’t stop him." That bill was for the white man, not for me. I knew I could vote all the time and that it wasn’t a privilege but my right. Every time I tried I was shot, killed or jailed, beaten or economically deprived. So somebody had to write a bill to tell white people, “When a black man comes to vote, don’t bother him." That bill was for white people. I know I can live anyplace I want to live. It is white people across this country who are incapable of allowing me to live where I want. You need a civil rights bill, not me."

Stokely Carmichael, setting shit straight and placing responsibility for the “race problem” squarely where it belongs. 

 

The very language in regards to civil rights in this country is embedded in white supremacist ideology. How many of us have been duped into accepting the fallacious notion that whites have “given” blacks rights? The notion itself presupposes black inferiority while failing to acknowledge the root problem: white racism. Change the language, change your mind.

(via chancellorschamber)

OMG

(via weakdaes)

Pair with “Racism is the white people’s disease”. Ya’ll brought on the problems.

(via kenobi-wan-obi)

gimpnelly:

Ron Swanson: my role model. 

idginator:

paranolives:

djevojka:

Billy Nunez, The Wizard of Oz in China 

*INSTANTLY FALLS IN LOVE*

I AM SO DOWN WITH THIS.