so let me get this straight:

mallorylrc:

sparklyelegance:

rawrgoesjerran:

double06:

y’all bleed outta your vaginas

once a month, your panties look like a fucking murder scene

you are basically giVING BIRTH TO THE FUCKING LINING OF ONE OF YOUR INTERNAL ORGANS

and yet you just go about your daily business like

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people with vaginas are fucking badass.

people with vaginas 

what are they called again?

They’re called people with vaginas because not everyone with a vagina is a woman.

whoop there it is

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hilariousclinton:

 Rosies of Color. Happy International Women’s Day. 

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ufuo:

*forgets the word breed* so what version is your dog?

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terezipyroope:

"not everything has to be gay"

not everything has to be straight either but that doesn’t stop 99% of media

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onlylolgifs:

baby arctic fox tries to eat a man alive

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gaywrites:

Philadelphia lost a prominent and powerful LGBT voice this weekend.

Gloria Casarez, who was the first director of the city’s Office of LGBT Affairs, died after battling cancer. She was 42, and in her lifetime she worked tirelessly to improve the lives of LGBT people, people with HIV/AIDS and low-income communities. 

Born in Philadelphia, Casarez was a founding member of housing rights organization Empty the Shelters before becoming a coordinator for the LGBT Center at the University of Pennsylvania.

Casarez served as executive director of the Gay and Lesbian Latino AIDS Education Initiative in Philadelphia for nearly a decade, beginning in 1999.

During her time at the city’s LGBT Office, she is credited with developing policies that helped launch Philadelphia to a number two ranking in LGBT equality in the first edition of the Human Rights Campaign Municipal Equality Index.

She garnered numerous awards and recognitions during her tenure, including an annual Community Service Award from the NAACP, the Cheryl Ingram Advocate for Justice Award from the Philadelphia Bar Association and the Kiyoshi Kuromiya Award for Justice from Philadelphia FIGHT.

Gloria was an incredible advocate who changed lives. She will be missed. 

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“You came early into this world. You were such a wee thing. Oh, so frail, so fragile. I feared you wouldn’t make it. But your father… He never doubted. He always said you’d become the strongest of them all. And he was r i g h t.

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iwriteaboutfeminism:

If only he had kept driving away…

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There are those who say, ‘Monica: why don’t you just shut up? Why don’t you just go away?’ They never shut up. The problem is that I believe in the power of story … to inspire, comfort, educate, and change things for the better. … I believe my story can help to do something to change the culture of humiliation we inhabit and that inhabits us. …

To mock at a soul in pain is a dreadful thing.

Monica Lewinsky breaks 13-year silence to fight cyber bullying 

She’s quoting Oscar Wilde at the end there.

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