mistersteverogers:

literally what do people even mean by the word “bihet”

like

??? ? ¿

bisexual heterosexual is an oxymoron

you cannot be bi and het, they are not the same thing. that’s the whole point.

stop equating us with straight people or trying to insinuate that we’re not queer enough, or that we have heterosexual privilege. bi’s can’t access heterosexual/straight passing privilege-because guess what-we’re not straight.

(Source: meowzipan)

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Dude, you’re so edgy and politically incorrect. it’s totally ironic and satirical how you regurgitated those ancient and threadbare stereotypes. It reminds me of my great great great great grandpa, Cracker von Patriarch, who also challenged the status quo by embracing it with loving tenderness.

I don’t know where I came across this, but it’s witty as fuck  (via naartje)

+1

(via killyourenemies)

Take note college campuses (and the world, by extension).

(via note-a-bear)

Always reblog the Ballad of Cracker von Patriarch.

(via mumblingsage)

(Source: octagon-surgeon)

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There is little precedent for fat androgyny. Generally our androgynous icons are svelte and lacking in secondary sex characteristics. David Bowie, Tilda Swinton, Katherine Hepburn; these small-bodied, predominately white figures of androgyny have created an aesthetic with little room for deviation. This means that for those of us with bodies that do not conform to traditional standards of androgyny, we are often misread and misunderstood, even in queer spaces.
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red-sequin-apples:

pokemoneggs:

cis ppl can have horns and swirls and spikes n shit surgically implanted under their skin any time they want if theyre rich enough but a trans woman wants boobs she has to wait at least 1-2 years for doctors to be convinced that she REALLY wants them

A cis woman who doesn’t have boobs or wants bigger ones can go and buy them any time if she has the money. A cis man with low testosterone can have T prescribed for him on the first doctor’s visit. Cis women take estrogen and progesterone routinely, for various reasons. A cis man with gynecomastia (breast growth) can have top surgery just because.

What I mean is it’s not just piercings and horns: Cis people can have actual gender-related medical interventions done any time, and they do have them, and it’s perfectly normal. But when trans people want the same interventions, often to literally save our lives, we have to wait years and jump through countless hoops to convince doctors that we really need it. The same things that cis people can have just like that.

(Reblogged from geekzyllah)

glitchbunny:

Never trust a person who can’t gracefully accept that they shouldn’t say certain words due to violent histories of those said words

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deadrobinssociety:

'you can't just exclude us from from all of your spaces, that's so rude!! how would you like it if WE said that people like YOU weren't allowed in our spaces??'

well son u may want to be sitting down for this next part

(Source: jjeynepooles)

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enattendantlesoleil:

saying “that’s how things are” is incredibly useless when talking about social issues because yes, we are aware that that’s how things are, and we don’t like it, that’s the whole point

congratulations on providing no useful input to the conversation

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