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i’m making a new blog and i’m going to stop using this one so unfollow me now

if you wanna follow again and you know me irl message me for new url i’ll prolly post on facebook tho so 

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“Politically correct” is just a term assholes came up with so they can dismiss people who have the nerve to want to be respected. Demanding not to be stereotyped is not political correctness, it’s a human right, and you are not some hero for refusing to respect people’s right to be treated like humans.❞ -Dion Beary (via loveyourchaos)

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mindfuckandrogyny:

“These images of male ballet dancers were captured during preparations for opening night at the Spoleto USA Festival in Charleston, South Carolina. The Trockadero Ballet Company is an all-male troupe that dances en pointe, wears makeup, and dons tutus. Despite worldwide critical acclaim, many members of the Charleston audience were displeased about the troupe’s inclusion in the festival, viewing it as an affront to conservative family values.” 
http://jannadotschkal.com/blog/2010/06/trockadero-ballet/

mindfuckandrogyny:

“These images of male ballet dancers were captured during preparations for opening night at the Spoleto USA Festival in Charleston, South Carolina. The Trockadero Ballet Company is an all-male troupe that dances en pointe, wears makeup, and dons tutus. Despite worldwide critical acclaim, many members of the Charleston audience were displeased about the troupe’s inclusion in the festival, viewing it as an affront to conservative family values.” 

http://jannadotschkal.com/blog/2010/06/trockadero-ballet/

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turnonred:

POC version of Body is MineDownload link to print on 11 x 17: http://www.sendspace.com/file/4ordrcTshirts/stickers/posters for this (and the other version) on RedbubbleAs usual, all profits will be donated to Planned Parenthood

turnonred:

POC version of Body is Mine

Download link to print on 11 x 17: http://www.sendspace.com/file/4ordrc

Tshirts/stickers/posters for this (and the other version) on Redbubble

As usual, all profits will be donated to Planned Parenthood

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kitschy-kat:

wiintersoldiier:

awesome-jayrobin:

captaincreeds:

wiintersoldiier:

Out of all the UK media outlets talking about the upcoming documentary on Jimmy Saville, this is the first person I’ve seen not try to brush it off as “a man with a character” or “silly stories”.

louis theroux is a pretty fantastic person. jimmy saville, however, is vile. 

I’m gonna wait until I see some evidence, rather than condemn the man for what he is alleged to do
The allegations have been going on for years though- but he was always protected because he was this media personality, and because he did x he couldn’t possibly do y.Not to mention that, when it comes to sexual assault, it’s vastly under-reported and rarely taken seriously when it is. As a society we’re quick to believe someone’s a murderer, but to believe someone’s sexually assaulted another person we brush it off, immediately cite “lack of evidence” and tell the victims to think of their abuser and how they’re going to ruin that person’s life or legacy.

there’s an article in the guardian about this with some truly heartbreaking quotes from the victims :(
and fuck the bbc for blocking the story
fuck everyone that facilitated his abuse with their silence

kitschy-kat:

wiintersoldiier:

awesome-jayrobin:

captaincreeds:

wiintersoldiier:

Out of all the UK media outlets talking about the upcoming documentary on Jimmy Saville, this is the first person I’ve seen not try to brush it off as “a man with a character” or “silly stories”.

louis theroux is a pretty fantastic person. jimmy saville, however, is vile. 

I’m gonna wait until I see some evidence, rather than condemn the man for what he is alleged to do

The allegations have been going on for years though- but he was always protected because he was this media personality, and because he did x he couldn’t possibly do y.

Not to mention that, when it comes to sexual assault, it’s vastly under-reported and rarely taken seriously when it is. As a society we’re quick to believe someone’s a murderer, but to believe someone’s sexually assaulted another person we brush it off, immediately cite “lack of evidence” and tell the victims to think of their abuser and how they’re going to ruin that person’s life or legacy.

there’s an article in the guardian about this with some truly heartbreaking quotes from the victims :(

and fuck the bbc for blocking the story

fuck everyone that facilitated his abuse with their silence

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midwestgenderqueer:

PLEASE ADD AND REBLOG A DIRECT LINK TO WATCH THE FILM (subtitles and language of the film) let’s all have a chance to watch POC lgbt films! :)

  • Pariah (black lesbian film) (no sub)

http://www.sockshare.com/file/C27B8D497CD6B586#

  • Kamikaze Girls (Japanese film, heavy gay subtext) (English sub)

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DBzja1dk8P0

  • No regrets / huhoehaji anha (korean, english sub)

http://youtu.be/ehTv3NKTXIM

  • Boy meets boy (korean, english sub)

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YwHdOgoVaJI

Circumstance (Iranian, Farsi audio, English sub)

http://www.putlocker.com/file/C240A8C9A760491C

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frumiouslychimerical:

The Pakistani Supreme Court ruled on Tuesday that members of the transgender community are entitled to every right enjoyed by other citizens.
Transsexuals and eunuchs have finally won recognition following some three years of interest shown by the Supreme Court. On Tuesday, a three-member bench headed by Chief Justice Iftikhar Muhammad Chaudhry disposed of the case and ruled that eunuchs were entitled to all the rights guaranteed in the Constitution to all citizens including the right of inheritance.
The apex court order said that eunuchs should not be deprived of their legitimate rights — particularly the right of inheritance of all movable and immovable properties and the right to adopt any profession.
The court directed that the judgment be forwarded to the chief secretaries, as well as the inspectors general of all provinces, for their information and to ensure adherence of their fundamental rights.
The issue had surfaced back in 2009 after police arrested some eunuchs by raiding a party in Taxila.
Dr Mohammad Aslam Khaki, an Islamic jurist and human rights activist, stood up for their rights upon discovery that not a single human rights group or non-governmental organisation (NGO) was working for the rights of this community in the country.
Consequently, Dr Khaki had filed a petition seeking the establishment of a commission to safeguard the rights of the transgender community.
He contended that these people were denied the right of inheritance and other fundamental rights that citizens of Pakistan enjoy.
While concluding the proceedings, the bench appreciated the appointment of focal persons among the eunuch community in all the provinces to represent the community and help address issues being faced by them.
The chief justice also directed the interior secretary and provincial police officers (PPO) to appoint a focal person in every district and tehsil to look after security-related issues of the neglected community.
In addition, the court directed all federal and provincial health and education secretaries and the chief commissioner of Islamabad to coordinate with the representatives of the transgender community in order to provide free healthcare and education to them.
In November last year, the court directed the National Database and Registration Authority (NADRA) to speed up the process of issuing CNICs to eunuchs and later directed the Election Commission to register eunuchs as voters as well.
Published in The Express Tribune, September 26th, 2012.

frumiouslychimerical:

The Pakistani Supreme Court ruled on Tuesday that members of the transgender community are entitled to every right enjoyed by other citizens.

Transsexuals and eunuchs have finally won recognition following some three years of interest shown by the Supreme Court. On Tuesday, a three-member bench headed by Chief Justice Iftikhar Muhammad Chaudhry disposed of the case and ruled that eunuchs were entitled to all the rights guaranteed in the Constitution to all citizens including the right of inheritance.

The apex court order said that eunuchs should not be deprived of their legitimate rights — particularly the right of inheritance of all movable and immovable properties and the right to adopt any profession.

The court directed that the judgment be forwarded to the chief secretaries, as well as the inspectors general of all provinces, for their information and to ensure adherence of their fundamental rights.

The issue had surfaced back in 2009 after police arrested some eunuchs by raiding a party in Taxila.

Dr Mohammad Aslam Khaki, an Islamic jurist and human rights activist, stood up for their rights upon discovery that not a single human rights group or non-governmental organisation (NGO) was working for the rights of this community in the country.

Consequently, Dr Khaki had filed a petition seeking the establishment of a commission to safeguard the rights of the transgender community.

He contended that these people were denied the right of inheritance and other fundamental rights that citizens of Pakistan enjoy.

While concluding the proceedings, the bench appreciated the appointment of focal persons among the eunuch community in all the provinces to represent the community and help address issues being faced by them.

The chief justice also directed the interior secretary and provincial police officers (PPO) to appoint a focal person in every district and tehsil to look after security-related issues of the neglected community.

In addition, the court directed all federal and provincial health and education secretaries and the chief commissioner of Islamabad to coordinate with the representatives of the transgender community in order to provide free healthcare and education to them.

In November last year, the court directed the National Database and Registration Authority (NADRA) to speed up the process of issuing CNICs to eunuchs and later directed the Election Commission to register eunuchs as voters as well.

Published in The Express Tribune, September 26th, 2012.

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tranqualizer:

daintyblackpegasus:

jamtastik:

savingprivateprose:

fightingdarkness:

Here’s to everyone who thinks I’m racist.
This is Jaz and I love her to death.

lmao

LMAO

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OMG IS THIS REAL

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tranqualizer:

daintyblackpegasus:

jamtastik:

savingprivateprose:

fightingdarkness:

Here’s to everyone who thinks I’m racist.

This is Jaz and I love her to death.

lmao

LMAO

sunglasses worn to protect the innocent and misrepresented.

OMG IS THIS REAL

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axetheivorytower:


Safe abortions have always been available to the rich, Dan. You simply want to deny them to the poor, and if you succeed, poor woman will be forced to get them anyway. They’ll be forced into the alleys with hangers, plungers and vacuum cleaners, risking death or mutilation. But you’d like that, wouldn’t you, Dan? You sadistic, elitist, sexist, racist, anti-humanist pig! Saturday Night Live 3x18
This aired in 1978. Thirty-four years later, it’s still a fucking ~debate.
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axetheivorytower:

Safe abortions have always been available to the rich, Dan. You simply want to deny them to the poor, and if you succeed, poor woman will be forced to get them anyway. They’ll be forced into the alleys with hangers, plungers and vacuum cleaners, risking death or mutilation. But you’d like that, wouldn’t you, Dan? You sadistic, elitist, sexist, racist, anti-humanist pig! Saturday Night Live 3x18

This aired in 1978. Thirty-four years later, it’s still a fucking ~debate.

axetheivorytower. freedom fighter news.

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holliebunni:

“This was seen by my nephew who is attending SDSU in his dorm bathroom our young Lakota men & women who are attending higher education institutions are also being educated on how racism still exists with their neighbors. For many of us who experience this for many years we learned how to tolerate this, yet for these young people they are traumatized.” - Wayne Weston

PLEASE REBLOG.

holliebunni:

“This was seen by my nephew who is attending SDSU in his dorm bathroom our young Lakota men & women who are attending higher education institutions are also being educated on how racism still exists with their neighbors. For many of us who experience this for many years we learned how to tolerate this, yet for these young people they are traumatized.” - Wayne Weston


PLEASE REBLOG.

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