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Girl werewolf loner queer. WV. Cisgender. Mostly white. Latina. Able bodied. Depressed. Aromantic. Artist. Giving them hell. Antioch College Fall 2014.
 


 

OITNB star visits Kara Walker’s exhibit, misses point: some notes for our fellow white queers

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thebluelip-blondie:

siddharthasmama:

snarkbender:

short version: white queers are still white an racist and garbage human beings

wow - this article made me want to vomit. I officially do not fuck with her anymore. And this is why I am so over most queer white feminists, it makes me feel like Sisyphus.

isn’t she the same one that w e nt to that stupid ass womyn born womyn transaphobic thing smh white feminist never fail to disappoint me

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dowhateveryoufeel:

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dowhateveryoufeel:

Untitled | via Tumblr στο We Heart It.

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barricadeponine:

my parents definitely did not raise me to be a queer feminist filled with the wrath of a thousand enraged dragons and yet here i am

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Running Away With The Runaways

I wrote a thing guyz, read the thing! 

"if you consider a woman less pure after you’ve touched her maybe you should take a look at your hands"

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I will never not reblog this

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karenbroflovski:

♡ I’m gonna be your bubblegum bitch ♡ 

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karenbroflovski:

♡ I’m gonna be your bubblegum bitch ♡ 

& I always thought you were checkin out my tits #alicefiend =P

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& I always thought you were checkin out my tits #alicefiend =P

weirdvintage:

Boris Karloff enjoys a cup of tea on the set of The Bride of Frankenstein, while propped up on his leaning board, 1935 (via A Certain Cinema)

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weirdvintage:

Boris Karloff enjoys a cup of tea on the set of The Bride of Frankenstein, while propped up on his leaning board, 1935 (via A Certain Cinema)