primadollly:

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This has been circulating for a few days now, and while the intended message is alright, is leaves out some critical detals.

If you’re out in public and you can figure out a stranger’s gender, follow these steps:

  • Remember that you can’t
  • You cannot determine the gender of a stranger
  • Assuming you can determine gender based on appearance is transmisogyny
  • So don’t gender people you don’t know
  • And don’t worry about it

(via brujitaxicanita)

pecancat:

communismkills:

"My pronoun of choice is ‘they.’"

… But you’re one person.

Lmao at the person who doesn’t know that nb people are just a swarm of bees in disguise

(via guacamolebeautyqueen)

traaashhhhkat:

some chill positivity from a 1998 Sesame Street book about the letter F

traaashhhhkat:

some chill positivity from a 1998 Sesame Street book about the letter F

(via julietburgess)

feministjewishfangirl:

A unisex makeup brand called “Enter Pronoun” with some products designed to go over facial stubble

(via projectqueer)

challenger-approaching:

masteradept:

cosbyykidd:

mightymorphinlightskin:

this still confuses me because if this was on accident, then what was he tryna do?

That red lining was suppose to be there after he pulled off the black piece


Who cares if it was alleged or not? How about we talk about how janet’s career took a massive hit from this  and Justin just skipped on his merry way?

the last part is the most important.

challenger-approaching:

masteradept:

cosbyykidd:

mightymorphinlightskin:

this still confuses me because if this was on accident, then what was he tryna do?

That red lining was suppose to be there after he pulled off the black piece

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Who cares if it was alleged or not? How about we talk about how janet’s career took a massive hit from this  and Justin just skipped on his merry way?

the last part is the most important.

(via thewomanfromitaly)

viforcontrol:

Doing an early promo for an event coming up in July! For anyone who may or may not be in Vancouver at the time.
Just because I feel like sending out information also for a rad (regular) event I help plan.
So for those that don’t know, the All Bodies Swim is an event that happens here in Vancouver (and in different forms by different people and organizations) and other cities across North America and Europe (but like I said, in different forms).
The purpose of the swim is to make a safe place, oriented towards people who typically are not comfortable in a public swimming environment. 
The event is run by me, and three to four other people. On a volunteer basis and by donations. 
As it says on the poster, all are welcome, as it’s geared towards making a space for Trans folk, Queers, POC, Fatties, People with Scars, Fur, Mobility Aids. Piercings, tattoos, and anyone who wants to attend.
There is a Facebook group, here
If you want to learn more there is a lot of information on the group. As well as networking with other people in the Vancouver/Seattle/West Coast Queer community. As well as events located in and around our community.
So if y’all are planning to come to Vancouver in July, this is definitely an event to attend.
Art Credits by: Pussy
Image Transcript:
[Picture of a shark in a reef, ‘All Bodies Swim’ and ‘July 12th, 214’ are splayed across the top. To the side is the website link (allbodiesswim.org)]
[Underneath that is a list of people: Trans Folk, Queers, People of Colour, Fatties, Scars, Fur, Mobility Aids, Inked, Pierced. Followed by ‘This is a pool party celebrating all bodies!’]
[The address and date is displayed underneath: Templeton Pool on Saturday, July 12th 7:30 pm - 9:30 pm. 700 Templeton Drive, Vancouver BC. Unceded Coast Salish Territory]
[Underneath in small print is: [Suggested Donation of $5 - $20, no one turned away for lack of funds. Accessible gender neutral change areas, chair lift, & wading pool. All Ages. Acces Inquiries welcome.]

viforcontrol:

Doing an early promo for an event coming up in July! For anyone who may or may not be in Vancouver at the time.

Just because I feel like sending out information also for a rad (regular) event I help plan.

So for those that don’t know, the All Bodies Swim is an event that happens here in Vancouver (and in different forms by different people and organizations) and other cities across North America and Europe (but like I said, in different forms).

The purpose of the swim is to make a safe place, oriented towards people who typically are not comfortable in a public swimming environment. 

The event is run by me, and three to four other people. On a volunteer basis and by donations. 

As it says on the poster, all are welcome, as it’s geared towards making a space for Trans folk, Queers, POC, Fatties, People with Scars, Fur, Mobility Aids. Piercings, tattoos, and anyone who wants to attend.

There is a Facebook group, here

If you want to learn more there is a lot of information on the group. As well as networking with other people in the Vancouver/Seattle/West Coast Queer community. As well as events located in and around our community.

So if y’all are planning to come to Vancouver in July, this is definitely an event to attend.

Art Credits by: Pussy

Image Transcript:

[Picture of a shark in a reef, ‘All Bodies Swim’ and ‘July 12th, 214’ are splayed across the top. To the side is the website link (allbodiesswim.org)]

[Underneath that is a list of people: Trans Folk, Queers, People of Colour, Fatties, Scars, Fur, Mobility Aids, Inked, Pierced. Followed by ‘This is a pool party celebrating all bodies!’]

[The address and date is displayed underneath: Templeton Pool on Saturday, July 12th 7:30 pm - 9:30 pm. 700 Templeton Drive, Vancouver BC. Unceded Coast Salish Territory]

[Underneath in small print is: [Suggested Donation of $5 - $20, no one turned away for lack of funds. Accessible gender neutral change areas, chair lift, & wading pool. All Ages. Acces Inquiries welcome.]

(via girl-farts)

kaniethiio:

"sexuality is a choice"

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"women wouldn’t get raped if they didn’t wear revealing clothes"

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"there are only two genders"

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"i’m not trying to be sexist/racist, but.."

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"a/bi/pansexuality isn’t real"

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"gay people shouldn’t have children"

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"i don’t want to be friends with a gay person, they could hit on me"

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"you can’t identify with the gender you want to be, only the one you were born with"

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(Source: clarallile, via aquietrevolutionary)

A line can be straight, or a street, but the human heart, oh, no, it’s curved like a road through mountains.

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