1. fullmetalfisting:

    Some women want to be house wives and some women want to be Harvard professors and some women want to be porn stars and some women want to be nuns and some women want to be surgeons and there is nothing wrong with anyone’s profession I am sick of people being rude to women about their professions oh my god

    (via samantha-is-a-fangirl)

     
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  3. "I just need to get my shit together."
    —  me in 2009/2012/this time last year/a minute ago/next year probably (via dreadforte)

    (Source: omegaqueer, via vulcanplomeeksoup)

     
  4. Your own brother, and you blabbed about his entire life to this maniac.

    (Source: morivrty, via vulcanplomeeksoup)

     

  5. zanetehaiden:

    Imagine if we lived in a world where you could see the exact date when everyone is going to die except for yourself

    And then one day people start acting nice to you. Like, really nice.

    (via vulcanplomeeksoup)

     
  6. sarahj-art:

    Happy Easter!!!

    (via vulcanplomeeksoup)

     

  7. autumnraining:

    CAN WE TAKE A SECOND TO APPRECIATE AN ACTUAL LINE FROM A FALL OUT BOY SONG:

    “Anything you say can and will be held against you so only say my name”

    IF YOU DON’T THINK THAT’S SMOOTH AS FUCK YOU CAN GET OUT OF MY FACE CAUSE THAT’S A SWEET-ASS PICKUP LINE

    (via ledengary)

     

  8. so the problem with GENDERBEND and GENDERSWAP

    submarinedreams:

    redlanternzoom:

    content warning: discussion of cissexism/cissexist slurs

    SHORT ANSWER: they’re dehumanizing.

    MORE IN DEPTH:

    genderbender is a term that’s been around for quite a while, and it has a history of being used to fetishize trans* bodies. it assigns the idea of body parts = presentation = gender—i.e. your ‘parts’ and your ‘presentation’ and gender must all match up. which is. ridiculous. since gender and body parts and presentation can all be TOTALLY DIFFERENT. shit does not have to match up!

    genderbender has been in use in popular culture! futurama! ranma 1/2 is friggin BUILT off this trope! it was the title of an x-files episode about an alien species that could ~change their body~ (their BODY, so it’s not about gender at all! remember, gender is a societal thing built on roles for men and women, it has fuck all to do with bodies). oh and then the titular alien murdered people. yep. that’s great. it’s not like there’s a history of transgender folk being framed as oversexed rapists/murderers. nope.

    (silence of the lambs, for example, is one of the more famous out there, not even getting into all the “transploitation” porn/rape revenge shit out there)

    and no, you are not meaning to reference a long history of trans* people being fetishized as she-males and trannies and benders—you just want to draw cute fanart of your fave dude as a lady or your fave lady as a dude! but uh, you are still totally doing that, regardless of intention.

    because you are playing into the cissexist notion that body parts = gender = presentation. and that a dude being turned into a lady means he now had breasts and a vagina and wears a dress and goes by she. nvm that hey, he could totally become a she and still wear the exact same damn clothes and have a penis. REVOLUTIONARY. I KNOW.

    is there anything wrong with wanting to make a character a different gender? nah, go hogwild! fanfiction and fanart is for exploring stuff, and hey, that includes gender + gender roles. but the problem IS in 99% of ~genderbending~ or ~genderswapping,~ gender, presentation, and body parts are ALWAYS ALWAYS in a set. ie

    • GIRLS: have vaginas, boobs, wear dresses, and id as female
    • BOYS: have penises, wear pants, and id as men

    you will very very rarely find

    • GIRLS: have a penis AND a moustache, wear dresses, id as female.
    • GIRLS: have a penis, wear pants, and id as female
    • GIRLS: have a vagina, wear pants, id as female
    • BOYS: have a vagina, wear pants, id as men
    • BOYS: have a vagina, wear dresses, id as men
    • BOYS: have a penis, wear dresses, id as men
    • NONBINARY PEOPLE: ??????????????????? WHAT PEOPLE EXIST OUTSIDE MALE/FEMALE???????????????
    • GENDERFLUID PEOPLE: WHAT
    • INTERSEX: UH OH YEAH YOU EXIST TOO

    genderbending/genderswapping contributes to even more erasure of trans* folk, nonbinary peeps, and also intersex bodies, not to mention! continued fetishization of gender/presentation/bodies that can ~change~ or do not fit in with ~norms~.

    and no, rule 63 is not really a better term for this, since it means the exact same thing, but at least it doesn’t give me ragegasms when i see the word (unlike genderbender. yall, that is kinda a slur? let’s not).

    so next time you are drawing/writing/exploring this, maybe. keep this in mind and switch it up a bit?

    and STOP USING THESE WORDS, like god damn IF YOU WANT TO DRAW. IDK. mulder as a lady and scully as a dude, HOW ABOUT MAYBE JUST PRESENTING IT AS “mulder as a lady” or “scully as a dude” or “dude!scully” OR SOMETHING ELSE that is not inherently gross.

    like ACTUAL REAL LIVE GENDERBENDER PERSON HERE

    TELLING YOU TO KNOCK IT OFF.

    perfection

    (Source: real-life-dipper-pines, via burdge)

     
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  10. asexualityresources:

    Page from “Taking The Cake” zine by Maisha

    Order the full zine here.

    (Source: asexualthings, via drraemccoy)

     
  11. sledgehammertoe:

    gaypee:

    animalsandtrees:

    "Very important. General rule for English speakers - if you don’t do it in the human context, don’t do it in the nonhuman context.

    Just make a little effort to say “she or he” or “her or him” if you don’t know the sex. It’s a little effort with a very important social message.

    Nonhuman animals are *persons*, not *things*. Therefore, we should refer to a nonhuman animal as a “she” or “he,” never as an “it.””

    image

    mmkay, I’ll make sure to hire a chicken sexer to follow me around to make sure I never misgender poultry again.

    (Source: facebook.com, via ledengary)

     
  12. bbcsherlockheadcanon:

    Submission by Anonymous 

     
  13. doctorwho:

    Happy Easter!

    (Source: frekkenbok)

     
  14. corpsepose:

    happy easter

    (Source: gingerdeer, via borninaballoon)

     

  15. this-tragic-affair:

    ok so all these guys who are like “men have it hard too!!! we’re expected to be manly and emotionless, we have feelings!!!” do realize that it’s other men who enforce those standards on guys. literally guys created those standards to be more powerful than women. so maybe instead of getting angry at girls for talking about their oppression, realize that you should be fighting with girls against unfair gender expectations and inequality 

    (via ledengary)