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#Margaret Atwood
philosophybitmaps · 20 hours ago
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“There’s the story, then there’s the real story, then there’s the story of how the story came to be told. Then there’s what you leave out of the story. Which is part of the story too.” – Margaret Atwood, MaddAddam
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wholesome-dragon-lady · 2 days ago
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"In the end, art doesn’t matter and society doesn’t care."- me, planning my English Lit essay and being a dramatic li'l bitch.
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brendanicus · a month ago
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Margaret Atwood to 4chan cum truther speedrun any%
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witches-ofcolor · a month ago
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I think the fact of the matter is that if queer/trans people integrated themselves into groups with people of color, specifically black trans people, the women turning out to be transphobic wouldn't be that much of a surprise.
I understand the concern and attention to racism from the white trans community is little to none, but both Rowling and Margaret were racist prior to being open about their transphobia, and not unsurprisingly most white trans and queer folks didn't care.
Racism is often going to be a precursor to a lot of other discriminatory beliefs, including transphobia. So I really do suggest y'all start caring about racism rather than silencing people of color, and I beg of y'all to care about it before it impacts you.
Because racism is the foundation of a lot of discrimination, and a lot of these people coming out to be transphobic were hella racist to begin with, especially towards black people.
Realize the trend please.
I absolutely encourage you to share this if you're white and trans.
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owlmylove · 8 months ago
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PLS watch margaret atwood’s masterclass
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derangedrhythms · a month ago
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Margaret Atwood, Morning in the Burned House; from ‘Shapechangers in Winter’
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aconissa · 10 months ago
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Elaine Castillo, America Is Not The Heart Jeanette Winterson, Oranges Are Not the Only Fruit Ijeoma Umebinyuo, ‘Confessions’, Questions for Ada Mohamad Hafez, Baggage series Evelyn Waugh, Brideshead Revisited Anne Carson, ‘The Glass Essay’, Glass, Irony, and God Margaret Atwood, ‘November’, You Are Happy Richard Siken, ‘Boot Theory’, Crush
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iamintolerable · a month ago
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i accidentally made myself unloveable
j.d. mcclatchy “the dialogue of desire and guilt” // anaïs nin “the diary of anaïs nin, vol 1: 1931-1934” // carmen maria machado “in the dream house” // margaret atwood “the robber bride” // chris kraus “aliens & anorexia” // hala alyan “i’m not speaking first, the twenty-ninth year” // kazuo ishiguro “when we were orphans” // haruki murakami “norwegian wood”
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flowerytale · a year ago
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Margaret Atwood, from “Owl And Pussycat, Some Years Later”, The Door
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voirlvmer · 10 months ago
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Margaret Atwood, from “There Are Better Ways of Doing This”
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brendanicus · a month ago
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girl help another old white woman spec fic author with decaying relevance is doing the TERF op-eds
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cithaerons · 8 months ago
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emery allen, holy things in this world // graham dean, untitled // margaret atwood, there are better ways of doing this // salvador dalí, purgatorio canto 32 // jorge luis borges, the meeting in a dream 
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quotemadness · 5 months ago
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I’m not sure which is worse: intense feeling, or the absence of it.
Margaret Atwood
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derangedrhythms · 10 days ago
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Margaret Atwood, The Door; from 'Owl and Pussycat, Some Years Later'
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aconissa · 7 months ago
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IN LOVING YOU I EAT MY HEART; IN LOVING ME YOU EAT MINE
Mary Renault, The Persian Boy Stephen Crane, ‘In the Desert’ Grace Moloney, bite the hands that feed me Yves Olade, Bloodsport Natalie Diaz, Postcolonial Love Poem Edvard Munch, Two Heart (detail), 1899 Philippe de Champaigne, Saint Augustine (detail), 1650 Dante Alighieri, Vita Nova, trans. Mark Musa Red Dragon (2002), dir. Brett Ratner Margaret Atwood, ‘Two-Headed Poems’
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