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Profeminist

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Audre Lorde, ‘Man Child’ (via scientificphilosopher)
Men who are afraid to feel keep women around to do their feeling for them while dismissing us for the same supposedly ‘inferior’ capacity to feel deeply. But in this way also, men deny themselves their own essential humanity, becoming trapped in dependency and fear.
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“Rape is a criminal act whatever the circumstances. A woman riding the subway nude may be guilty of indecency, but she may not be raped. If she invites or even sells sex at 10 and refuses it at 10:45, the partner who disregards her refusal and forces sex is guilty of rape. If she is drunk, asleep, mentally defective, paralyzed or dead, she must not be raped. Why? Because sexual congress must be by consent.”

- Author Toni Morrison, winner of the Pulitzer Prize and Nobel Prize for Literature

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Int: What does it feel like to be apart of this movement in women’s sports?

I think the whole time I’ve been on the National team I’ve been in awe at how much support is put into this team from the top down and the bottom up. I never would’ve expected something like this. 

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nevaehtyler:

Poet Taylor Steele captures the problem with appropriating Black slang.

In her poem “AAVE” (which stands for African-American Vernacular English) Taylor Steele explains why appropriation of Black slang is the worst. 
African-American culture is being popularized on a daily basis and while Black people are judged and mistreated for using something they came up with ages ago, White people come off as cool and original when they use it.

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#BlackLivesMatter

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I’m so tired of stereotypes that come along every Black women. And the fact that they were created by the white media really pisses me off! I am very proud of all Black girls and I admire all their accomplishments despite the hate of the modern society. 

#BlackGirlMagic is not just a hashtag, it strengthens our self-respect and emphasizes our importance!

#SupportWomenOfColor

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queenoftherebels:

Many young people struggle to come to terms with being gay, lesbian, bisexual or transgender. They’re nearly four times more likely to attempt suicide than their straight peers. It’s not because they’re gay or transgender. It is because they feel rejected and alone.”

Suicide: We give a damn | Lily Tomlin (x)

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sramirezvillage:

“Stand with and for us, as we continue standing with and for you. It is vital to our community, particularly our youth, to see themselves reflected positively. Instead of dictating their stories to them, it is so vital that we teach them to be the custodians of their own narratives. More than 20% of millennials now identify as LGBTQ and they need our support and we need to listen to them.”

sara ramirez leveled the fuck up and i didn’t even know it was possible

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justiceleague:

I started looking into the lands around ancient Greece, Scythia and Thrace. There were some countries, all in the same sort of area, which had women leaders, women rulers and – this was most interesting – women warriors, so we did a lot of research looking at their clothes.

We decided early on that the women would have as much of their bodies on view as the men would’ve in that same period – Greek men wore breast plates with their arms bare, with shin guards and helmets. There is hardly any reference to women’s armour through history, but it did exist and it did follow the form of the body, often made of leather with gold plates – looking at those artefacts was quite inspiring. We knew the legs were going to be exposed, so we didn’t want to have the breasts on view: why wear armour if so much of your body is vulnerable? We wanted to allude without revealing, not taking an underwear-as-outerwear path.

— Wonder Woman costume designer and Academy Award winner Lindy Hemming for Grazia, more detailed info here

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trelaney:

It’s 2019 normalize telling people you love them outside of romantic relationships

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