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sinnamongirl · a day ago
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Lady shared one article that barely even criticized using gender neutral language and now this is the reaction.
Happy peaking
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witches-ofcolor · 2 days 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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carfuckerlynch · 2 days ago
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[id: 1. “humans will swallow almost anything that does not swallow them first.”
2. a yellow legal pad with a few small green leaves on it. in scribble all-caps, in black pen, the words “i want men and men want to hurt me.”
3. “you dangle on the leash of your own longing; your need grows teeth.”
4. a pink background with the words “being a girl is all about rage” surrounded by smiley faces and hearts.
5. “you’ve got to bite the hand that starved you,” /end transcript]
peter farb and george armelagos- consuming passions/silas denver melvin @sweatermuppet- making things with my hands again/margaret atwood- the animals in that country/@girlofswords- being a (trans) girl is all about rage/clementine von radics- courtney love prays to oregon
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badcode · a day ago
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1. The Green Knight (2021) dir. David Lowery 2 + 6 + 10. Margaret Atwood, “Eating Fire” 3. Kyle Thompson (@kylejthompson), self-portrait (2012) 4. Tony Kushner, Angels in America 5. Hannibal 1.05 - “Coquilles” (2013) dir. Guillermo Navarro 7. Christian Schloe, Portrait of a Heart (2013) 8. Anton Chekhov trans. Hugh Aplin, Uncle Vanya 9. Portrait of a Lady on Fire (2019) dir. Céline Sciamma
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ftmowl · 2 days ago
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I feel like if you're upset about the phrase "pregnant person (or people that can get pregnant)" or similarly gender neutral phrases like "person with a vagina/uterus/etc." and think it's dehumanizing, you should ask yourself why that is. Are women not people? They're included under "people that can get pregnant", and if you are a woman, you're still free to say you're a pregnant woman. Why does it feel like a personal attack to separate pregnancy or body parts away from womanhood? Think about why that may be. One can acknowledge that dolls and the color pink and makeup may not be a part of one's womanhood, and that womanhood isn't defined by colors or toys or clothes or behaviors, so why should it be defined by child bearing or body parts that even some cis women are born without? Unless you've got some internalized misogyny, and are attached to the idea of woman being little more than the ability to be fucked and reproduce.
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araekni · a day ago
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a web about responsibility/guilt for something someone else did? (can you guess i’m the eldest daughter from this ask 💀)
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Margaret Atwood, Bodily Harm
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Juha Räikkä, On Irrational Guilt
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Morrissey, I’ve Changed My Plea to Guilty
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Dean Koontz, Odd Thomas
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The 100 (2014–2020) 5x08: How We Get to Peace
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Marianne Faithfull, Guilt
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Eliezer Yudkowsky, Harry Potter and the Methods of Rationality
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Glen Cook, Soldiers Live
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Frank Bidart, The War of Vaslav Nijinsky
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Victor Hugo, Les Misérables
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quotefeeling · 7 hours ago
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But some people can’t tell where it hurts. They can’t calm down. They can’t ever stop howling.
Margaret Atwood
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antirapecoalition · 2 days ago
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HERE WE FUCKIN GOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO
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now that margaret atwood posted that whole thing complaining about not being able to say woman, specifically targeting trans inclusive reproductive language about vaginas and menstruation, if y’all completely ignore how that primarily targets transmascs just like you did for rowling im gonna go fucking ballistic
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perfeqt · 2 days ago
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I want everything back, the way it was. But there is no point to it, this wanting.
Margaret Atwood, The Handmaid’s Tale
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radical-and-magical · 2 days ago
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As I always think when someone famous gets called a terf, I hope Margaret Atwood peaks, and even if she doesn’t I hope it inspires many women to peak themselves.
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bashircore · 2 days ago
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If you say “I’m not a terf!” but the only people who are defending what you said/did ARE terfs? Then you may have to rethink where you stand
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chronic-yonic · 2 days ago
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We’re all TERFs now
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owlmylove · 6 months ago
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PLS watch margaret atwood’s masterclass
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flowerytale · 11 months ago
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Margaret Atwood, from “Owl And Pussycat, Some Years Later”, The Door
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voirlvmer · 9 months ago
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Margaret Atwood, from “There Are Better Ways of Doing This”
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