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strangeuglywomen:

I’m Funny Because Of My Trauma Says Unfunny Person With Mild Anxiety, Divorced Parents

ahwak:

ahwak:

infuriating how white women approach feminism when it comes to woc..the way they act like all women are a homogenous group and they will all be liberated in the exact same way…like im begging to understand that so much of white feminism is influenced by a white worldview

like ok i wear a hijab and i understand that sometimes some muslim women are forced into it and sometimes it is used to oppress women but the act of wearing a hijab in and of itself is not inherently anti feminist like i can confidently say i personally don’t feel oppressed by wearing it and yet the amount of times i’ve seen white women act like i’ve been brainwashed into thinking that and i’m too dumb to realise this like i’ve actually thought a lot abt it u cunts! you are not smarter and more fucking ‘woke’ than me! and like in my anthro class we had to read an article by a white woman abt the japanese practise of mothers making elaborate bento boxes for their children every morning and she was arguing that it was a tool of patriarchy. even though a lot of the women she interviewed didn’t have a problem w it and actually enjoyed it cuz it was like an act of love. and if a japanese woman was to talk abt how she was in fact victimised by this then i would shut up and listen but what gives a white woman the right to go into a country that is not her own and a society that is not her own and point fingers and call their practises misogynistic. and i understand that theoretically the arguments white women make do make logical sense bc it’s so easy to look at smth n be like oh these women are ‘forced’ to wear modest clothing? these other women are ‘forced’ to cook for their kids? that’s plain misogyny. they rationalise things according to their own experiences and i think they should realise that their experiences and the experiences of woc are different! there’s no problem in feeling liberated by wearing less clothes just as there’s no problem w me feeling liberated cuz i wear more clothes. and the thing is i think white women DO understand this because they’ll write thinkpieces about how billie eilish is feminist for wearing baggy clothes and how we should support stay at home mums and even stuff that doesn’t even rly make sense like there’s power in submitting to the male gaze (i.e. reclaiming bimboism) and yet when it comes to woc they lose any sense of nuance. because ofc in their eyes woc are always the victims that need the great white women to come along and free them. and i’m rly getting sick of it..bottom line is if woc speak abt their experiences w the patriarchy then we should support and amplify their voices and white women should stfu and stop trying to impose their own understanding of feminism on everyone else

famousblueraincoats:

don’t understand the marvel-scorsese debate at all. like at the end of the day. when you are chopping garlic (the most important activity) you’re thinking about that scene from goodfellas not anything from like avengers age of ultron. case closed, no?

librabisexual:

why is icarly set in seattle anyways what’s the point now frasier there’s a show that makes use of its seattle setting

banjobutch:

I can feel myself turning into a rabid chimpanzee

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curseworm:

curseworm:

ok but seriously why is “much older internet friend uses you as their personal suicide hotline” such a universal experience for kids on the internet. fyi for any kids/teens following me if an adult tries to make you be their therapist just flat out block them you dont have to explain yourself or try to reason with them and ur not responsible for their mental well-being. just block them

you are all such fucking freaks i am literally an adult who experiences suicidal urges and being suicidal does not fucking entitle you to traumatize a child by making them responsible for your survival. i fucking KNOW you know better. call a suicide hotline, talk to a therapist, or talk to an ADULT FRIEND whos willing and able to support you! not a fucking CHILD

lydia-gastrell:

lezbiyenmezbiyen:

twitter check marks being like “we’re all to blame for the smear campaign against britney spears uwu” ok i was busy being a child lol

Social media barely existed then, all these celebrities can fuck off with their “we’re all guilty”. WE the peasants did not cause Britney Spears to lose her adult autonomy with our shitty myspace pages and Yahoo Groups. The people with fame and talk show access did that.

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belloochie:

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sarahspaulson:

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synthetic-blanket-hairs:

i rlly dont want the theater industry to die. seeing a movie is like?? a hard emotional reset when i need it most. get away from my family + my house and sit in big dark room for 2 hours eating overpriced food???? that is the closest i will get to heaven before i die. i love movie theaters so much. please God let them live

myyearofagitationandanxiety:

desaturated7:

how did the whole epstein thing happen and then like a few months later weve reverted back to “u think there’s a pedophile ring in the government omg schizo” like did we learn nothing

it’s bc the qanon thing coopted the obvious reality of politicians/millionaires engaging in child sex trafficking but with some bizarre Trump savior complex and secret code bend & it like delegitimized the whole idea to normals. qanons an op period.

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ndiecity:

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trans-mom:

all these people who are like ACAB AND PUNCH NAZIS are gonna see Biden lift the “trans ban” on the military and are gonna cheer his praises not comprehending their irony and idiocy

here we go

It’s not the fact that it’s the military(which sucks for many reasons), but the fact that a ban on transgender people was lifted. It isn’t a great thing, but it’s a step in the right direction to grow acceptance of trans people.

sending trans people to go die and/or murder overseas is not acceptance

“The challenge of the twenty-first century is not to demand equal opportunity to participate in the machinery of oppression. Rather, it is to identify and dismantle those structures in which racism continues to be embedded. This is the only way the promise of freedom can be extended to masses of people.

[..] Those who present the gender and racial composition of the U.S. military as a dramatic example of equality offered by democracy have clearly lost sight of whatever promise democracy might hold for the future. Gender equality in the military is represented was the equal opportunity to participate in every aspect of military life, including equal opportunity to participate in violence previously assumed to be the purview of men. This approach to equality leaves no space to challenge the status quo. [..] [This] equality is measured in terms of acess to repressive institutions that remain unchanged or even become strengthened by the admission of those who were previously barred [..].”

–Angela Davis, “Abolition Democracy: Beyond Empire, Prisons, and Torture” (2005)

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