I won’t soon forget the events that took place in #ferguson…will you?
I like keeping my daily goals simply, such as “make a funny joke” or “get buffalo wings”
EIGHT MUST-READ NOVELS AND STORY COLLECTIONS BY TRANS WOMEN WRITERS
Illustration from Scarlet Tentacle
Some of us cringe when we use qualifiers to explain our femme identity, or cringe when we try to drop the qualifier, knowing how it sounds to most other people.I know saying “I’m femme, but…” or using labels like “hard femme” or “aggressive femme” feels good for some femmes, but for me it always just sounds like placating to the standard definition of femininity…
This Misogynist Moment (So Different and So New): A Collection of Moments When I Realized Men in My Life Are Misogynist…
We’re not people really. Our concerns are not America’s concerns. We are just here for entertainment. We’re a convenient treasure trove of limitless creativity to be pillaged, watered down, and re-purposed for White audiences and the people getting rich from bastardized stereotypes and simplified caricatures of everything we bring to the table have nothing to say when shit gets really real.
why the fuck does kimberly get less coffee
get rid of jeffrey and keep his mug
This is the perfect visual metaphor for heterosexuality.
I really can’t get over what a good metaphor this is.
they could’ve just made them square but that’d probably be too gay
but then how would the dude be in the lady’s space, expropriating her value? D:
Guys, this is obviously literally meant as a metaphor for the depressingly common dynamics of most heterosexual relationships, and indeed of society in general.
the ‘hers’ cup only appears to have a normal shape when paired with the ‘his’ cup. on its own, the cup would appear to be missing something. why is heterosexuality so terrible?
This has to literally be a metaphor for heterosexual relationships. There is no way someone made such a perfect representation by accident.
— Umberto Eco, Baudolino (via quantumfemme)