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girlisariot:

daybeams:

I don’t want to take the focus away from that Marissa Alexander in this post but I think aislingetmaya raised an excellent point and I want to kind of spring off of that.

As most people probably know by this point, I was born and have lived most of my life in Texas. Whenever something…

I love this, because I live in Indiana and we’re always written off as well. We have our gun people, our anti-choice people, racists, sexists, homophobes, etc., just like Texas does. This is a very conservative, white male state.

We also have that guy who said, “God intended rape to happen.”


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lesbipocalypse:

radical/2nd wave/lesbian feminism has literally turned around how I view women. it’s enabled so much love in my heart for other women, and opened my eyes to their struggles that I don’t share, instead of turning me against them. Liberal/mainstream feminism told me that all I had to worry about was my own empowerment, it never challenged me to think of others. And that’s something no one could take away from me


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partytilfajr:

The most powerful oppressor is not the one who can kill, but the one who can convince the world that the oppressed deserves their oppression.


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m7madsmiry:

A channel that manipulates the truth and seems to support the oppressive is not a channel, it’s garbage. Even garbage is more useful, at least the sh*t it contains is real !!!!!


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Protest for equal access to Harvard at the 1971 commencement. 
(Radcliffe Archives)

Protest for equal access to Harvard at the 1971 commencement. 

(Radcliffe Archives)

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mydamnblogposts:

Precisely.

mydamnblogposts:

Precisely.

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micdotcom:

Yes, in 2014, a NYC apartment building will have a rich door and a poor door

The complex will mix luxury and affordable units; 219 luxury units overlook the water, while 55 affordable housing units, contained in a separate “building segment,” will overlook the street. Low-income tenants will also be barred from using amenities like a swimming pool and a basketball court on-site.
Yet another instance of the rich  trying to keep the poor away | Follow micdotcom

micdotcom:

Yes, in 2014, a NYC apartment building will have a rich door and a poor door

The complex will mix luxury and affordable units; 219 luxury units overlook the water, while 55 affordable housing units, contained in a separate “building segment,” will overlook the street. Low-income tenants will also be barred from using amenities like a swimming pool and a basketball court on-site.

Yet another instance of the rich  trying to keep the poor away | Follow micdotcom

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i-eat-men-like-air:

john oliver is really not fucking around 

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chocolate-lantern:

men prove why they shouldn’t call themselves Feminists…i mean look at how easily they revert back to being brazen misogynists when a woman doesn’t want them to “help” them in the way they think women should be helped. what a bunch of manbrats.


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"The reason racism is a feminist issue is easily explained by the inherent definition of feminism. Feminism is the political theory and practice to free all women: women of color, working-class women, poor women, physically challenged women, lesbians, old women, as well as white economically privileged heterosexual women. Anything less than this is not feminism, but merely female self-aggrandizement." - —Barbara Smith. Repeat: *racism is a feminist issue*. (via the-uncensored-she)