The one on the right looks so upset about this development.
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sometimes people on facebook annoy me
"oH my GEORGe"
"WHERE THE STEPHANIE IS MY SOCK"
"WHAT THE ESTEBAN JULIO RICARDO MONTOYA DE LA ROSA RAMIREZ IS WRONG WITH HER”
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Anonymous said: You should draw a puma wearing puma shoes.
I fucking lost it here
So many students have said, trans students have said; now I can have a point of reference when I talk about who I am. My friends are like, ‘Oh, like Sophia from ‘Orange is the New Black?’’ and they’re like, ‘yeah,’ and then they just move on and it’s not an issue,” she said. “I got a letter from a young, from a trans youth’s mother who said that he transitioned because of me and because of seeing me on the show it gave him the courage to talk to his parents about who he was and they’re supportive and loving and now he’s started his transition. It’s insane. It’s really beautiful. —
Laverne Cox on the impact of her character Sophia Burset (via comebreakmedown-buryme)
Thax: #why EXPLICIT representation matters in particular#why sly asides and handwavey background characters#will NEVER EVER be enough
that’s what little girls are made of
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I dearly wish that people would view their bodies as they view flowers…
Skin patches? Birthmarks?
Scars? Stretch marks?
Freckles? Moles? Acne scars?
Missing a few pieces?
handsome as ever~
Feel like you just look weird?
you’re fantastic looking~
I will never stop reblogging this
PICK ME UP. RIGHT NOW. I WANT TO TALK TO YOU.
THAT IS SO CUTE I JUST DIED
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those moments when straight people assume you’re one of them and you feel like a gay secret agent
it’s an ace case
like being on panorama
#but they’ll still say he’s privileged cuz he’s white#starving and cold yes but still white
Actually, yeah. It’s not about how good your life is — it’s about the systematic disadvantages that you avoid just by being in the demographics you’re in.
I could be homeless, starving, and sick, and my life could be miserable — but as a white American, I will never have to face the problem of prevalent racism on top of that. I will never be racially profiled as a “thug” or a “terrorist”; I will be significantly less likely to be arrested, and significantly more likely to find work after prison if I am arrested. Just because of my skin color.
So if we’re examining the issue of police brutality, a young black man in the city is going to have a very different viewpoint on that matter, and I need to be conscious of that instead of just saying “well it’s never happened to ME” and expecting that to suddenly mean a targeted problem is a non-issue.
That’s what the whole privilege thing is about, pretty much. Even if it can be thrown around as a buzzword sometimes.
The disadvantage that separates the man in the photo from others not sleeping on a bench is class privilege, btw. He’s there because he’s poor, not because he’s white.