my tags for female characters I love are often like “my queen” and “actual goddess” but my tags for male characters I love are often “my baby” and “this child” because men are babies and women are ethereal beings
Dear White People Official Trailer 1 (2014) - Comedy HD
all I see is black people talking about this. white people. go see this movie. you need to see this movie.
YESSss it’s finally happening! So smart, so hilarious, and so rare to see a concept trailer make the jump from dream to reality- October 17th can’t get here fast enough. :D
I will go see this movie.
This looks amazing!
Anybody know if this is gunna come out mainstream in Europe?
when privileged groups want rights, safety, and respect, it’s called “basic human decency”
when oppressed groups want rights, safety, and respect, it’s called “social justice”
and mocked. it’s called “social justice” and is mocked or otherwise hated.
Anonymous said: I'm thinking about experimenting with my gender a little but I feel nervous even typing out the words. I was playing around with the idea and it made me a lot more excited than I expected. But for so long I've always just assumed I was cis, I never really thought about it or had a problem with it, and now I'm just questioning everything all of a sudden. I feel like I'm appropriating but I'm also so confused? Help?
The process of trying to understand and identify your gender is not appropriation. Trying to work out whether you are cis or not isn’t appropriation. (Some labels are restricted to certain groups, but that’s a separate issue I won’t discuss here.) You are not harming trans or non-binary people by trying to figure out your own gender, or by trying to decide if you’re trans or non-binary.
You do not need to prove yourself to anyone. You don’t need to be 100% certain before you can try out labels, names or pronouns for yourself. And it’s fine to discard a label, name or pronoun that doesn’t feel right anymore. Many of us need to go through some trial-and-error in order to find something that works for us.
Experimenting is good! Mess around with your gender, try out new things. It’s okay to be confused. You have all the time in the world to figure things out, so there’s no rush.
Don’t be afraid of “What if I’m cis after all?”—even if you do ultimately decide you’re cis, you will still have learned something about yourself. You will have a better idea of who you are and what makes you happy, and that’s a great thing! It may also help you be a better friend to trans and non-binary folks. (The key here is to not assume that your experiences with gender apply to other people, i.e. don’t invalidate other people’s identities just because the concepts didn’t work for you.)
Shoutout to the girls gettin chub rub but walking like your life isn’t falling apart because your inner thighs are on fire
MY LIFE hahahahahaha
OOOH LOOK AT THAT HISTORICAL ACCURACY THO
In which fantasy fiction with characters of color is subjected to the “historical accuracy” test and comes out on top once again…
(fyi this is the author of The Throne of the Crescent Moon, which has been featured for Fiction Week previously)
it should be no surprise that when Ibn Fadlan was portrayed in the only film I have ever seen referencing his travels, The 13th Warrior, he was played by a white Spaniard.
|Me looking at flowers:||if I was a fairy I would totally use this as a dress|