primadonna-grrrl:

I hate when people comfort the privileged. Like, no. I want you to be fucking uncomfortable. I want you to take notice of the people being killed, raped, beaten, alienated because of their identity. I want you to think about how the system favours you and what that means for others. I want you to reevaluate your actions to make sure youre actively working against the systemic oppression of others. If you’re comfortable, then youre in the wrong.

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confusedcatsagainstfeminism:

I don’t need feminism. I just need to find my way out of this tube. (can somebody plz help me?)
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confusedcatsagainstfeminism:

I don’t need feminism. I just need to find my way out of this tube. (can somebody plz help me?)

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How will I ever be happy again?

cross-connect:

Kate MccGwire (previouslyborn 1964 is an English sculptor who specializes in the medium of feathers. Her work experiments with the binary notions of beauty and disgust, malice and tranquillity, and the familiar yet otherworldly. Her use of pigeon feathers takes a waste product of the ‘rats with wings’ and elevates them to the status of art. By re-framing the object, placing it out of context, it generates a kind of ‘field of attraction’ around it, the viewer is left both seduced and alienated, relishing the spectacle but at the same time aware of something disquieting, something ‘other’.

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812days:

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siddharthasmama:

wow, look how easy that was.

(via sparkamovement)

Casual sexism, in a nutshell, is the “casual” and nonchalant use of sexist and misogynist language and rhetoric in everyday settings. Casual sexism can happen anywhere, and can creep up on any woman even in the most seemingly innocent situation. It comes not simply from the angry talk radio host foaming at the mouth about contraception, or from the “Men’s Rights Activist” on an angrier part of Reddit, but from our teachers, our friends, our siblings, our fathers. Casual sexism is insidious, not simply because what is being said is misogynistic or harmful, but because the people saying it are often doing so with absolutely no intention of doing any harm. Even if they realize the harmful nature of their comments, others may not, and it still becomes difficult to defend against casual sexism without being told that one is “overreacting.”

“I Once Had a Guy Tell Me”: How Often Do You Deal With Misogyny?

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