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alwayslabellavita:

What isn’t cultural appropration:

• Trying/eating/making a culture’s food
• Listening to that culture’s music
• Watching that culture’s movies
• Reading that culture’s books
• Appreciating that culture’s art
• Wearing that culture’s clothing IF in a setting…

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hip-hop-lifestyle:

what color’s your bra

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lesbianvenom:

seventeen magazine has officially lost it

lesbianvenom:

seventeen magazine has officially lost it

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snorlaxatives:

how do i tell someone i don’t care without sounding like i don’t care

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timecowboy:

Dogs.
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clubsnuggie:

fun fact: don’t do that

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kropotkink:

My attitude towards politics and society is constantly “angry but unsurprised”

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"Sex Workers Can’t Be Raped."

In California, a police officer who ejaculated on a woman he’d detained at a traffic stop -and threatened to arrest her if she took action against him- was let off even after admitting what he’d done. Why? Well, the victim was a stripper on her way home from work. In officer David Alex Park’s 2007 trial, Park’s defense attorney argued that the woman “got what she wanted” and that she was “an overtly sexual person”. The jury (composed of one woman and eleven men) found Park not guilty on all counts.
Similarly, a judge in Philadelphia ruled that a sex worker whom multiple men had raped at gunpoint hadn’t been raped at all -she’d just been robbed. The victim, a twenty-year-old woman, who’d worked for an escort service and obtained clients via Craigslist, had agreed to certain sexual acts with the defendant for a set amount of money. But he lured her to an abandoned piece of property and pulled a gun -then more men started showing up. When a fifth man was invited to assault her, he instead helped her get dressed and leave because he saw that she was crying. But municipal judge Teresa Carr Deni insisted that what happened to this woman wasn’t rape -it was “theft of services”.
“I thought rape was a terrible trauma,” Deni told a Philadelphia Daily News columnist. “[A case like this] minimized true rape cases and demeans women who are really raped.”
Women who are “really” raped. You can’t get much clearer than that -a sex worker just doesn’t classify as one of these victims.

—  Jessica Valenti - The Purity Myth

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Disgusting.

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poprocksforbreakfast:

officialfrenchtoast:

"hey don’t you have a crush on…"

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that gif is perfectly looped wtf

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foreveralone-lyguy:

I feel like we’ve all known a girl in elementary school that was obsessed with horses

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