[W]e live in a sexually liberal society, not a liberated one. A truly liberated society is one where sex is value-neutral and not having sex is just as acceptable as having a lot of it.

The fact that asexuals are considered weird, sick, abnormal, mentally ill, repressed, etc is a bold indicator that we are not living in a sexually liberated society but in a liberalized one.

CONGRATSSSSS thats so good

Thank you c:

AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHH

I got into the graphic design/illustration/ visual arts course I wanted

Kinda freaking out right now, this is actually amazing.

I’m pretending to be chill but I’m so not chill I’m really fucking excited I missed this shit so damn much you don’t even know

FUCK YEAH

roachpatrol:

sybil ramkin WIP

howidiotic:

pls don’t expect me not to wear the same jeans every day bc that is unrealistic and unfair

silversarcasm:

how can you not see ableism as a feminist issue

autistic girls, especially black autistic girls, are misdiagnosed and underdiagnosed because of the focus on white cis boys and how they present as autistic

disabled girls and women often have their consent violated, both in medical procedures and otherwise, our bodies and minds are often not considered are own and we are dismissed as not having the capacity to make our own decisions

on top of that many disabled girls are seen as delusional and their speaking out about the abuse they have face, by whatever communication method, is often seen as them making things up and over reacting

many disabled women are fetishised and seen as an outrageous ‘thing’ to fuck, but are not seen as human

disabled girls, especially physically disabled girls, do not live up to ideas of beauty in our society and often have extreme self esteem issues

disabled women and girls face more shit than you could ever know and I need you to understand

Ableism. Is. A. Feminist. Issue.

edwad:

stop gendering facial hair 2015

  • Guy: What do girls do at sleepovers?
  • Me: Pass the Bechdel test.

saycheese-louise:

I was in the Waikato Times today! 

I had a lovely meeting with Danielle from Tempo a few weeks ago where she treated me to lunch and I overwhelmed her with information about blogging. I didn’t know when it was going to be published though! I went into uni today and by the time I got to my department I’d already had three people say they’d seen the piece!

You can read it online here.