this won’t get 1% of the women’s version of this post.
the world we live in, and people in general don’t care about men. we are pretty much robots who aren’t allowed to show emotion. we’re taught from a young age that boys don’t cry.
fact is women are sexualised, men are idealised. because men can’t be raped because they’re big and strong right? right? yea, pretty much the idiots view of living.
signal boost this shit
reblogging because I cannot stand when people act like women are the only things in the world
and it’s no accident that this segment is conveniently left out of our education
Description: Gifs of Rev. Martin Luther King Jr speaking “Somebody told a lie one day. They couched it in language. They made everything black ugly and evil. Look in your dictionary and see the synonyms for the word black. It’s always something degrading, low and sinister. Look at the word white. It’s always something pure, high, clean. Well, I wanna get the language right tonight.”
The real MLK white people never acknowledge.
The internet changed the outernet. Removing the anti-homeless spikes
I think it was radical Black and Asian socialists using direct action in their neighborhoods/cities that changed this.
Don’t let the media hide the fact that this was direct action by the dispossessed (in this case working class Black and Asian, mainly immigrants, people in England) fighting for other dispossessed people.
In the closet as trans: Sacrifice your mental health to maintain your physical safety.
Out as trans: Sacrifice your physical safety to maintain your mental health.
Pick. Your. Poison.
1000% over men needing to clarify that “real men” don’t enact violence against women. then who are these men shooting and killing us?? aliens?? why is your priority protecting masculinity?
William H. Foster III, comic book historian, on representation in comic books. From PBS’s Superheroes: A Never-Ending Battle.
Because a post crossed my dash recently asking why we need to push for more representation in comic books and media in general. 50 years later, this man still tears up because in one panel, Peter Parker spoke to an unnamed black kid. That’s why we need representation.
For the bottom left one, yes what’s between my legs matters.. to me and me alone!
"cut out all negative people in your life, do it now"
you know that’s not an option for everyone, that people are more complicated and come attached with strings
Or my favorite, “yell at your friends whenever they say something sexist/ableist/etc.!” Uhhh not everyone has the, dare I say it, privilege to be able to annihilate their entire support structure and start fresh.
effective feminism is realizing that every struggle is not your own and that you can’t always relate