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hobbitbruce·6 hours agoText

its me, fleabag season 1, and a diet peach snapple against the rest of the world

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hobbitbruce·7 hours agoText

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people of colour should not have to bare out their pain to you for you to empathise with them and see them as human

ESPECIALLY BLACK WOMEN

reblog this version please

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hobbitbruce·7 hours agoPhoto

jxiaoo:

dog and car ceramic bowl 

(recently finished making my website so if u wanna see my work in a more organized way take a look here)

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hobbitbruce·8 hours agoText

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women crying in makeup is something which can be very personal

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hobbitbruce·11 hours agoText

latinecore:

you think kindness doesn’t exist you fucking pathetic nihilist? how about you look into the big beautiful eyes of a cow? what do you think now? asshole

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hobbitbruce·11 hours agoPhoto

aridante:

untitled, jenna anderson // driving, not washing, richard siken // sweet william, dir. brooks reynolds (2019) // eid al-adha, yasmin belkhyr // burning car, yasmin sison // perfect, shira erlichman // turn into ashes, ph. eliseo zubiri.

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hobbitbruce·11 hours agoText

januaryhoney:

“‘I would get up at one or two a.m. and I would call every gay bar I had the number to from the 1940s. I wouldn’t say anything. I would just stay on the phone and listen to the sounds in the background. I would stay on until they hung up, and then I would call another one of my numbers, until I had called all the numbers I had … That phone. Those numbers. That was my lifeline … It meant there was a place somewhere — even if I couldn’t go there — that place was out there. I could hear it. Freedom.’ She called the bars two to three times a week like this — for fourteen years.”

From an interview with Myrna Kurland in Baby, You Are My Religion: Women, Gay Bars, and Theology Before Stonewall, by Marie Cartier (2013). Myrna passed away in 2014, at age 86. A video of an additional part of her interview may be viewed here. (via debbyfriday)

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hobbitbruce·11 hours agoText

ittybittytatertot:

Right wing people will say shit like “the left don’t want youth detention centers anywhere” and think that makes the left sound unreasonable somehow?? Like…yeah. I don’t want children locked up. I feel like that should be one of my least controversial opinions.

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hobbitbruce·11 hours agoText

being alive just ain’t worth it but i can’t be unalive bc i have too many student loans

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hobbitbruce·11 hours agoText

quasi-normalcy:

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quasi-normalcy:

The fact that you can’t raise taxes on billionaires even slightly without them pouring money into fascist political movements is, of itself, evidence that billionaires as a class shouldn’t be allowed to exist in the first place.

You, ah, don’t think it’s unfair to judge people’s morals based on their finances?

I, ah, think that it’s perfectly fair to judge people’s morals based on the amount of money they pour into neo-nazi political movements, yeah actually.

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hobbitbruce·a day agoPhoto

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Anya Taylor Joy and Mia Goth in Emma. (2020) dir. Autumn de Wilde

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hobbitbruce·a day agoPhoto

gendrywcters:

       Killing’s not the answer. It NEVER is. We need to be better. 

And THAT’S why I’m in charge.      

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hobbitbruce·a day agoPhoto

thelaziestmotherfucker:

Leading Black Women + Horror

LITTLE MONSTERS (2019) dir. Abe Forsythe
INTO THE DARK: PILGRIM (2019) dir. Marcus Dunstan
THE PERFECTION (2018) dir. Richard Shepard
DOCTOR SLEEP (2019) dir. Mike Flanagan
SWEETHEART (2019) dir. Justin Dillard
US (2019) dir. Jordan Peele

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hobbitbruce·a day agoText

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“I confront [white guilt] every year, about a month into my course on racism, among [white] students who come to me in tears because they cannot deal with the racism that goes on in their families or their home towns or their student residences. Their tears are the result of genuine anguish, care, and a desire to learn and to change. I confront similar attitudes among my colleagues, and I am similarly gratified by their concern. But those who experience white guilt need to learn three things: 1) People of colour are generally not moved by their tears, and may even see those tears as a self-indulgent expression of white privilege. It is after all a great privilege to be able to express one’s emotion openly and to be confident that one is in a cultural context where one’s feelings will be understood. 2) Guilt is paralysing. It serves no purposes; it does no good. It is not a substitute for activism. 3) White guilt is often patronizing if it leads to pity for those of colour. Pity gets in the way of sincere and meaningful human relationships, and it forestalls the frankness that meaningful relationships demand. White guilt will not change the racialized environment; it will only make the guilty feel better.”

— “Women of Colour in Canadian Academia,” Audrey Kobayashi (via lamaracuya)   (via hagereseb)

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