Feet look so much like hands.

emilyisabellajournal:

Oink. Oink,
2brews:

warwithself:

My friend took Frida Kahlo’s, “The Two Fridas” and turned it into a modernized version about female empowerment and what ties us all together. The painting is featuring my roommate and myself. 

WOW WOW WOW

2brews:

warwithself:

My friend took Frida Kahlo’s, “The Two Fridas” and turned it into a modernized version about female empowerment and what ties us all together. The painting is featuring my roommate and myself. 

WOW WOW WOW

(Source: naturalqueer)

siddharthasmama:

superqueerartsyblog:

Comic about slurs, published in the Galago magazine last summer. 

And this is really how it is. Instead of placing the onus on us and asking why we don’t say anything, ask yourselves instead why you don’t think it’s a problem that it goes unchecked.

(Source: eliasericson, via santa-de-pugs)

longreddress:

hellophilly:

albinwonderland:

jopara:

littleladyluna:

little-girl-muffin:

methcafe:

I look up to laverne cox so hard 

Welp tears

I always love re-blogging Laverne Cox. Not only because of her eloquence, intelligence, kindness, and beauty, but also because her voice might be one of the most important in the fight against hatred in the U.S.A. today. What she has to say is crucial to the growth, peace, prosperity, and freedom of all of us. If you have the time, please watch this video. 

everyone needs to take seven minutes and watch this. 

This is really important. Watch it.

I see this happen in Philadelphia all the time.

"There is a collective trauma that a lot of black folks are dealing with in this country that dates back to slavery and to the Jim Crow south. Black bodies, largely black male bodies, were often lynched and in these lynchings these men’s genitals were cut off. Sometimes they were pickled and sometimes they were sold. There is this historic fear and fascination with black male sexuality. I believe that a lot of black folks feel there is this historic emasculation that has been happening in white supremacy of black male bodies and a lot of black folks dealing with lots of post traumatic stress see trans, my trans women body and feel that I am the embodiment of this historic emasculation come to life. So often when I am called out on the street it’s as if I’m a disgrace to the race because I am trans and I understand that as trauma. I have so much love for my black bothers and sisters who might call me out on the street because I get it, I understand, they are in pain. Our oppressors are in a lot of pain. Whenever someone needs to call out someone else for who they are and make fun of them it’s because they don’t feel comfortable with who they are." -Laverne Cox  

(Source: dannydevites, via quee-rrr-deactivated20140501)

cognitivedissonance:

rhrealitycheck:

ravingliberal:

blam49:

paxmachina:

John Fugelsang

Best post ever.

Canon Jesus > fandom Jesus

YES.

Truth

cognitivedissonance:

rhrealitycheck:

ravingliberal:

blam49:

paxmachina:

John Fugelsang

Best post ever.

Canon Jesus > fandom Jesus

YES.

Truth

(via steeltoesweetheart)

dannyintheunderworld:

princesspunxxx:

i love high maintenance femmes.  i love femmes who are princesses & fucking know it.  i love femmes who cry in public.  i love femmes who are fellow pillow princesses & bratty bottoms like me.  i love femmes who know that our hot-bottom-on-equally-hot-bottom isn’t gonna get in the way of us having a mind-blowingly good fucking time.  i love femmes who feel too much, who love too much, who are too much, because they are so much more than enough.  i fucking love femmes, okay?

<3<3<3