We were giving TED Talks about a life changing event/decision. i thought it would be cool to talk about coming out.
i told my story and about how i was lucky that everyone saw it as just a another thing about me. it was interesting because when i got done with my story i got a standing…
I read something last night that really drove something home for me.
Whenever someone says “You shouldn’t label yourself,” all they ever really mean is “You’re not allowed to have a label you’ve proudly claimed as your own. You’re only allowed to have labels I picked for you.”
Absolutely. So here’s what I’ve got/could find with the internet:
Now to the real smut stuff:
And if that’s not enough here’s another masterlist of smut guides I found
I hope this helps!
Reblogging this for reference. Not that I’d need it or anything……. *shifty eyes*
congrats? woohoo for you? get off my post lmao.
why men think their opinion fucking matters when it comes to feminism is beyond me
like shut the fuck up everything normally revolves around you and your wants and needs accept that you don’t fucking matter here
It’s things like this that remind me why I stopped calling myself a feminist
You should Google feminism sometime. There’s a nice infographic somewhere that should clear it up for you. Says something like this in big writing with symbols, pictures and pretty colours so even you can understand:
Feminism =\= women > men
Feminism was supposed to be inclusive and people like you have hijacked it. You should be ashamed of yourself but you won’t be because you believe being oppressed in any way gives you Carte Blanche to do and say what you want. Well, it doesn’t and it sure won’t stop this mixed-race, bisexual, gender fluid, dyspraxic, dyslexic female calling you out on it. When you post something online you should expect responses and if you’re too immature to accept criticism and engage like an adult then get back to Facebook with your like mongering posts for people who know no better than you do.