shadowstiles:

everything has changed and we can’t go back


diaemyung:

Have a great day


20140725 (15 hours ago) via and source with 36,694 notes

alltheladiesyouhate:

bi/pan women are not more or less oppressed than lesbian women. they’re differently oppressed. stop promoting the idea that one group is more privileged than the other. situational lack of oppression is not the same thing as privilege.


20140725 (15 hours ago) via and source with 1,748 notes

of-two-lands:

46°34’34.6”N 7°54’50.6”E

instagram/oftwolands


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THAT DESTIEL I LOVE YU GIFSET LOOKS SO FUCKING REAL WHAT THE HELL IM SOBBING IM ON THE FLOOR —venomdean

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tylersofposey:

I think I just out-geeked myself. (x)

Keahu sure has a wiiiiiiiide tongue


5by5kevin:

Roses are red
And true love is rare
Booty booty booty booty
Rockin’ everywhere


necropticon:

if your privilege/oppression framework is defined solely according to “these people get a kind of flak these people don’t get” and not “these people are actually materially exploited by these people” then you get all kinds of bullshit like vanilla privilege or, idk, non-goth privilege. tall privilege. you can apply it to literally anything


20140703 (3 weeks ago) via and source with 3,425 notes

"I’d like to dedicate this award to every “bad” bisexual who ever existed out there.

Every bi person who ever fit a stereotype. Every bi person who’s been shamed, doubted or ridiculed for not being “bi enough” or for being “too bisexual”. Every bisexual woman who’s ever survived sexual violence. Every bi person who’s considered suicide. Every bisexual person of color, every disabled bi person, every asexual bi person. Every bi person who’s ever experienced multiple intersections of marginalization and oppression.

You are magnificent. This book is for you."

Shiri Eisner from her Acceptance Speech upon winning the 2014 Best Bi Author of the Year at the Bisexual Book Awards for her best-selling LGBT Book + Feminist Bi: Notes for a Bisexual Revolution (via bisexual-community)







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