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whitepeopleofficial:

Me reblogging this is my contribution to earth day

so-nerdy-it-hurts:

onnobodysside:

Sorry for posting slurs, but I feel like this tweet underscores a very important point: there is no risk in “coming out” as an ally. Even virulent homophobes will still be cool with you. 

NO DISRESPECT TO THE STRAIGHT WHITE DUDE

so-nerdy-it-hurts:

onnobodysside:

Sorry for posting slurs, but I feel like this tweet underscores a very important point: there is no risk in “coming out” as an ally. Even virulent homophobes will still be cool with you. 

NO DISRESPECT TO THE STRAIGHT WHITE DUDE

goldstarbisexual:

everybody I know has used heterosexuality as a stepping stone to coming out of the closet as gay or bi, so I think we need to have a serious conversation about whether heterosexuality exists

janetmock:

How fly is the greeting of queer and trans colorful gorgeousness I received from students at Oberlin college tonight befits my talk?!

janetmock:

How fly is the greeting of queer and trans colorful gorgeousness I received from students at Oberlin college tonight befits my talk?!

  #wow cute wow    #everyone in this photo is v attractive    #jelly  
thisisnotjapan:

Surprise surprise, it’s racist garbage. It’s like Frankenstine made an abomination out of katy perry, gwen stephani, and ke$ha. I really shouldn’t have to explain what’s wrong with it, but in the first 5 seconds we have:
Butchered the Japanese language
reduced Japanese people into props
bastardized Japanese street fashion
and made ourselves look like we’re trying WAY to hard to revitalize our careers. My guess at the thought process for this was “what do the kids like these days??? What’s that Japanese stuff called.. um.. kuhwaee? Yeah that’ll get us money! We can still keep pretending like Avril Lavigne is relevant to the younger generation!” 
Anyways it was a terrible failure and a really, really sad joke I hope I will never have to see again.


Also she looks terrifying tbh

thisisnotjapan:

Surprise surprise, it’s racist garbage. It’s like Frankenstine made an abomination out of katy perry, gwen stephani, and ke$ha. I really shouldn’t have to explain what’s wrong with it, but in the first 5 seconds we have:

Butchered the Japanese language

reduced Japanese people into props

bastardized Japanese street fashion

and made ourselves look like we’re trying WAY to hard to revitalize our careers. My guess at the thought process for this was “what do the kids like these days??? What’s that Japanese stuff called.. um.. kuhwaee? Yeah that’ll get us money! We can still keep pretending like Avril Lavigne is relevant to the younger generation!” 

Anyways it was a terrible failure and a really, really sad joke I hope I will never have to see again.

Also she looks terrifying tbh

  #racism    #agh stop trying to be relevant by being gross    #whyyy  

queeringfeministreality:

shadywarriorprincess:

THANK! i’ve been waiting for this <3

I love her.

  #she's so great    #ilana glazer  

livviedunham:

au where bi/pan women are allowed to get mad about having their sexualities erased without being accused of lesbophobia

translugia:

*tips muppet* m’namana

This is a slam poem that I wrote and I am speaking the slam poem to you right now with my mouth.

My second slam poem is called “My Second Slam Poem by Perd Hapley” by Perd Hapley.

Perd Hapley, Parks and Recreation (via orangepenguino)

dangerhamster:

Rubeus Remus Potter. You were named after the only two people at Hogwarts who seemed to give shit about me, because come on who else would I name you after? A verbally abusive dickbag who was in love with my mum and gave me shit all my life and someone who convinced a bunch of children that they needed to be soldiers? What kind of awful aspirations would that make you end up having? Come on son I’m not an idiot…

  #better endings  

tupacaroni:

mom: how was your exam?

me: image

  #ib exams probably  
Prodding poor parents to get even more involved is really just a callous disregard for the fact that parental involvement–while ideal–is a luxury that not all families can afford.
Melissa Harris-Perry on MSNBC after Tennessee proposed a bill that would take money away from the state’s poorest families if their children fail to make the grade in school. (via msnbc)
  #she's wonderful    #and a uu