fandomstuck:

the fact that there are animals who can see colors that i cant which means that there are colors that exist that it is literally impossible for me to envision is such fucking bullshit that i wanna rip open a couch and eat it

(via grasstomyknees)

cutiespook:

People will never understand how fragile I am, like if somebody decides to get to know me and will talk to me every day I become so attached to them so if they stop talking to me I assume I’m boring or they dislike me so I never start another conversation and I guess that’s why I have no close friends anymore

(via babejanecrocker)

smudgeyfluff:

of the other 26, about 15 would be somewhat eased by the application of more money

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daniellemertina:

Imagine if the Westboro Church wasn’t affiliated with Christianity… there is NO way they’d be able to constantly say “God hates America” and not be deported/ killed by the FBI/ shipped away to be tortured in Guantanamo Bay if they weren’t white Christians.

As far as I’m concerned, they’re a government/ country risk but people mess around and let them have their “free speech” because they’re white and Christian. 

(via mscoolcat)

"Black women wake up in the morning, look in the mirror, and see Black women. White women wake up in the morning, look in the mirror, and see women. White men wake up in the morning, look in the mirror, and see human beings."

Michelle Haimoff, on privilege (via queerthanks)

well damn

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(via grasstomyknees)

"

I do believe the person responsible for The Onion tweet in question would have made that tasteless joke about any nine-year old actress. This tweet was ill advised and repulsive, not just because the actress was nine, or because MacFarlane had, earlier in the evening, made a joke about her being too old for George Clooney in sixteen years, but primarily because young black women, black girls, are regularly hypersexualized. There was this additional, fraught context that someone didn’t take into consideration and probably couldn’t take into consideration because they are oblivious. They are oblivious to the context because they’ve never been around people who are familiar with it, because they’ve never been held accountable.

People often fail to understand the importance of diversity. They assume it’s all about quotas and political correction but it is about so much more. Diversity (and we’re talking race, class, gender, sexuality, political affiliation, religion, all of it) is about putting multiple points of view into a conversation. It’s about ensuring that no one is operating in the kind of cultural vacuum where they don’t stop to consider context. It’s why certain people and shows and publications keep running into the same brick wall of public outcry about diversity—because these people consistently demonstrate a callous and willful ignorance of context. They see these lines that shouldn’t be crossed and cross them anyway because they are blissfully unencumbered by context.

I’m not outraged about this one tweet. I’m outraged about the cultural disease that spawned this tweet, the one where certain people are devalued and denigrated for sport and then told to laugh it off because hey, you know, it’s humor.

"
Roxane Gay. Yes. Go read the rest, please. (via annfriedman)

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