speedlimit15:

exeggcute:

why is it that villains and not protagonists are always the ones breaking gender roles hmmmm 

it’s called queercoding and it’s intentional and basically brainwashes kids into having negative associations with those traits

(via homosaurus-rex)

joestpierrephoto:

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voguedissent:

wocinsolidarity:

socialismartnature:

Breaking via ABC News: UN Human Rights Council votes to open inquiry into alleged war crimes in Gaza; U.S. is the ONLY “no” vote.
That’s because the U.S. is a direct accomplice to every war crime that Israel commits.

sickening 

also if you look at the list of countries
basically all the second and third world countries voted “yes” and european/”western”/first world countries voted “abstain”
jfc
they really don’t have two shits to give about brown bodies and colonized peoples

birchsoda:

fandomsandfeminism:

doctor-no-boyfriend:

Feminism had a noble cause for equality until it became a hate movement .

People have been accusing feminism of being a hate movement since women started trying to get the right to vote. 

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YUP! Remember this when people say feminism has gone too far! Because treating women as full human beings has always been seen as “going too far”.

(via unitewomenorg)

houseofwessex:

prototype-the-walter-girl:

dailyshitsandgiggles:

People should only update their Facebook statuses with great stories like this one.

That was wild

from start to finish
Anonymous said: what exactly is 4chan
Osh-Tisch: Princess of Two Spirits (1854-1929)

rejectedprincesses:

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This week we focus on Osh-Tisch, whose name translates to “Finds Them and Kills Them” in Crow. Osh-Tisch was a male-bodied person who lived as a woman, and was one of the last Crow Nation baté (Two Spirit spiritual leaders) – oh, and you can be sure, she earned her name.

She is also far from the only awesome lady in this story.

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A Random Viking Fact I Found Out

jackthevulture:

little-danish-pastry:

nordicphile:

viking-gods-of-metal:

When a viking mistreats his lady, she may cut off his junk and hang it in her home.

Also:

  • Women were in charge of the household’s money because they were believed to be magic and have the ability to see into the future.
  • If a woman divorced her viking husband, he would be shamed for being divorced.
  • Men weren’t even allowed to touch a woman’s hand if she had not agreed to it or he would be punished by law.

VIKINGS

(via kimxmetts)

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