Anonymous said: Oh man, her name was Dani and she was basically classic butch save for her hair, which was down past her shoulders. She was a camp counselor and I was a camper. She played guitar and loved sports and would play with NERF guns; she was the first girl I ever looked at and thought, "wow, kissing her would be so amazing."

these stories are so fucking adorable holy crap

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polynesianss:

Cute Samoan kids 

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5,412 Plays

feministsongs:

Ariana Grande - Problem

"Head in the clouds
Got no weight on my shoulders
I should be wiser
And realize that I’ve got
One less problem without you”

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"I am simply thankful for your existence,”

I wrote.

“Whether I am meant to be a part of it or not."

Beau Taplin || A journal entry.  (via afadthatlastsforever)

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my first crush was this girl named diana who was in the cult church with me and we both went to the school there and i just remember being best best friends in first grade. like we would hold hands and she made me flower bracelets and we would lay in the grass and we would talk about everything and i remember everything being so happy and perfect when she was around, and thinking how beautiful and funny she was and she always smelled fuckin amazing

but then one day she didn’t show up to class and the teacher told me she had moved and i was so heartbroken i cried for days. i still wonder what she’s up to now

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Anonymous said: RE: "tell me about your first crush", her name was Ali and she was so beautiful and perfect it was unreal. She had perfect soft looking pink lips, long black silky hair, beautifully curvy and always smelled good. She also had like, a genius IQ and read hipster books and wore florals and leather bracelets. We were in school together and were best friends through 9th-10th grade!

haha aw that is super cute

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Tell me about your first same sex crush

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fuckyeahthescarletwitch:

Female-lead action movies just don’t sell.

lucy is racist as fuck and dwayne johnson is a man of color. come on white feminists

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xenosexual/romantic

straightallies:

g-rdn:

mogai-archive:

definition: sexual attraction to aliens/otherworldly beings.

coined by: unknown

what

so this is what benedict cumberbatch fans are calling themselves these days 

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khaste-irooni:


Tuareg girls, Libya

khaste-irooni:

Tuareg girls, Libya

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rincewindsapprentice:

Some people love to shut down people who talk about trans and intersex issues by saying that they’re “only 1% of the population” and thus can be ignored since they “aren’t statistically significant enough.”

By that logic, we can now systematically ignore:

  • Redheads
  • The entire state of Rhode Island
  • Anyone who makes over $500,000 a year
  • Pacific Islanders
  • Australia

can you not use pacific islanders as tokens in your argument? we ARE systematically ignored, by media and governments and white people so maybe you could learn about some actual issues going on across oceania for polynesian people and not just use us when it’s convenient

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"Women are the population that dissents most, through silence. The so-called speech of women in pornography is silence. Splayed legs on a page are silence. Being beaver, pussy, cunt, bunnies, pets, whatever, that is silence. The words that women say in pornography: that is silence. “Give it to me,” “do it to me,” “hurt me,” “I want it bad.” “do it more”: that is silence. And those who think that is speech have never heard a woman’s voice. I want to tell you that even those screams, even the screams of women tortured in pornography, are silence. Men pay money and watch, but no one hears a human scream . They hear silence. And that’s what it means to be born female. No one hears you scream as if you are a human being."

Andrea Dworkin, Letters From A War Zone (via mahakavi)

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to my homeland, or: mixed race manifesto

toxicnebulae:

you are the homesickness that swells in my stomach,
no matter where in the world I am.

you are the crests and valleys of sound in my mother tongue,
which I speak well,
which I speak haltingly,
which I speak not at all.

you are every continent between me and
the other…

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