androgynistic:

my dash did a thing

androgynistic:

my dash did a thing

thefrogman:

SEE CHRIS AT SAN DIEGO COMICON!

My good friend and official Frog artist Chris Gugliotti will have a booth at San Diego Comicon. You can find him in the Artist’s Alley, Table BB-12

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He will have loads of his original artwork PLUS an exclusive Corg Life print signed by yours truly. 

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Please visit him and check out his amazing work. Be sure to use the secret password for a surprise. 

"NIBBLES SENT ME." 

Not all women are the owners of a uterus, and not all owners of a uterus are women. A transgender man—that is, a man who was assigned female at birth—may very well have a uterus, may become pregnant, and may very well need the same access to reproductive health options as your average cisgender woman. The same can be said for non-binary individuals who were assigned female at birth. As people who don’t identify as a woman or a man (though they may identify themselves as both, neither, or a combination of the two), some may feel that this language erases their identity or leaves them out. Yes, these people may have a uterus—but it’s not a “lady part.”

While there’s little doubt that women make up the largest segment of uterus-owning individuals, this name further ostracizes oft-overlooked members of society like trans men and non-binary individuals who were assigned female at birth. To exclude them in this, an organization aimed at educating the public on the issue of reproductive health, would seem to negate the organization’s stated goals by erasing identities and perpetuating the already stressful and exclusionary culture these individuals are forced to inhabit.

nomorewaterthefirenexttime:

yo-tori:

ripopentheuniverse:

bitteroreo:

boygeorgemichaelbluth:

iguessthatscool:

peachpup:

everyone you love will eventually disappoint you

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"recent adoption of twerking"

white women need to just shut the fuck up forever.

everyone you love will eventually disappoint you. 

I find it funny how they only attacked Beyonce and Rihanna (black women), but didn’t attack any white women like Katy Perry or Lady Gaga. I don’t even know who these bitches are and I plan on keeping it that way.

It’s so frustrating when white women talk about black female sexuality in famous black artists because our history of sexuality and liberation from patriarchy is SO FUCKING DIFFERENT from white women’s.

I don’t want to put all black people under an umbrella, but black people who were enslaved from the South and West parts of Africa didn’t all come from backwards-ass woman-hating patriarchal societies. Our earliest forms of music and dance include sex because NOT EVERYONE FUCKED UP SEX, WHITE PEOPLE. As it turns out tons of people have lived for millennia without equating sex to evil.

Like hello?! Our female artists were out here killin the music game throughout the whole history of African American music. All of the genres which we invented have prominent figures both male and female, before white woman singers were even taken seriously. AND WE’VE BEEN SINGING ABOUT SEX AND SELF EMPOWERMENT SINCE THE HISTORY OF AF AM MUSIC.

So back the fuck up white women. Stop talking about our artists. They are from a different culture than you that is struggling between being shaped simultaneously by your sexist culture and our music tradition. When Beyoncé sings about sex and self empowerment, it is not faux. She is LITERALLY following female African American musical tradition, which you don’t know about because nobody ever compelled you to care about black people. You are BEING RACIST when you assume all women experience what you experience.

And if you’re a white woman in the music industry you should be doubly ashamed of yourself. Is your music history whitewashed or what?

(Source: 600dogs)

Better titles for HIMYM:

seriouslyamerica:

therewere13possibilities:

How I Met My Consolation Prize

How We Destroyed 9 Seasons Worth of Character Development

How Your Mom is Basically Another Girl That I Banged

How I Got Over Robin — Oh, Just Kidding

How to Portray Women as Interchangeable Plot Devices

How Your Dad is the Worst

How to Make Your Main Character Insufferable

How I Maintained Nice Guy (TM) Whining for Nearly a Decade

(Source: whatthefauna)

findanewequation:

So for the last four months or so, I have taken part in the body positivity movement on Instagram, including posting photos of myself in my bikini and underwear/bra. Keep in mind that none of my photos have ever been sexually explicit or suggestive and that I have always been fully covered. As far as nudity goes, I show no more skin than a thin woman in a bikini. Below is a photo I uploaded last night, with the caption “I love my belly. ♥”

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At approximately 2:05 am, I received an email from Instagram stating that a photo had been removed from my account for “violating the community guidelines.” I went to my page to find the above photo missing from my account. Angry and determined to make a point, I went to the tags on Instagram to find photos of women dressed in as much clothes as I was. I found entire pages dedicated to sharing women in sexually explicit and suggestive poses in half the clothes I am wearing in the above photo. I also found men, completely naked with the photo cropped to just miss their dick being in the photo. I reported these photos for nearly half an hour.

At exactly 3:58 am, I was logged off of my Instagram account while using it and then told that my account had been disabled for violating the community guidelines. My entire account containing over 560 followers and over 500 personal photos and memories of my self love journey were removed without warning.

I went to sleep crying, disgusted and angry that Instagram would do this. When I woke up, I found that every pornographic image I had reported was not only still there, but so was the pages offering to send people nudes in direct messages. That is the moment that I became enraged and determined to fight this.

This is not the first time that Instagram has practiced size discrimination. Meghan Tonjes went through a very similar situation and her story went viral. I am asking you to make this go viral as well, because THIS is not okay. By removing my photos and the photos of women of size and not the others, Instagram is effectively telling women that our fat bodies are more offensive to the eyes of children and their viewers than thin women half naked and blatant pornography. They are silencing us and telling us that our bodies are to be censored while the rest of the world can practice “cocks in socks” and post Victoria’s Secret Models.

I will not be silenced. After years of struggling with my body through depression, anxiety and self harm, I WILL NOT let a website tell me that my body is censor worthy simply because it is a fat body with cellulite and rolls. END SIZE DISCRIMINATION ON INSTAGRAM.

dion-thesocialist:

Christian Bale is going to play Moses and where oh where are all the white people who are always so angry about race bending and historical accuracy??? Where are you??? Why are you not outraged??? I thought movies had to be historically accurate and races should never change from the source material???

adridanae1:

bloodwort:

frusturbation:

janefondle:

xpsycho:

eatimitationcrab:

setbabiesonfire:

Sgt. Thomas McVicar of the Jersey City Police Department shot 22 year old Kwadir Felton, leaving him blind, after Kwadir pulled a gun on him, he claims. Kwadir Felton denied the accusation, stating that he doesn’t even carry guns.

"I don’t understand!" Felton yelled at a police officer before his mother was removed from the courtroom. "You didn’t have to shoot me in the head for no reason! You trying to charge me with something I didn’t do!"

Sign the Change.org petition and get this story out there.

SIGN THE PETITION. Still at least 1,000 signatures needed. 

This post has 140k notes, yet the change.org petition only has 44k. Sign the damn petition! 

This broke my fucking heart.

hey this needs about 16k more signatures

signed….now you

(Source: nj.com)

blackhaireverywhere:

crimsong19:

consultingpiskies:

Jessica Williams speaks with Sgt. Jasmine Jacobs about Army regulation AR 670-1

Jessica Williams and Travon (one of the staff writers) do it again!

This is why white women can’t be in the natural hair movement

(Source: sandandglass)

larissafae:

carryonmywaywardstirrup:

endmerit:

Remember that time Daleks and Cybermen had sass-off?

THIS IS LITERALLY MY FAVE SCENE FROM DOCTOR WHO EVER I AM NOT EVEN JOKING I AM SO GLAD SOMEONE MADE A POST OF IT I THINK ABOUT THIS MORE OFTEN THAN IS NORMAL UGH IT MAKES ME SO HAPPY

No one sasses better than the Daleks and Cybermen. No one.

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