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daughterofafeminist:

This has been sitting in my queue because it can’t figure out an appropriate caption.
All I can say is, I also love this place with all of my heart.
fuckyeahmiddleeast:

In the Mosque of Ibrahim in Hebron.

daughterofafeminist:

This has been sitting in my queue because it can’t figure out an appropriate caption.

All I can say is, I also love this place with all of my heart.

fuckyeahmiddleeast:

In the Mosque of Ibrahim in Hebron.

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"No one is going to give you the education you need to overthrow them."

Assata Shakur (via ethiopienne)

The importance of decolonization…

(via angryasiangirlsunited)

(Source: twitter.com, via radicalsexeducation)

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iocarejorn:

“I have lived
in my body 
for years
and still need 
maps and lights
to find my way
to how I feel.”
— Michelle K., Body of Maps

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boeshanepeninsula:

gays are always like “you can’t help who you fall in love with!!!!” until it comes to bisexuals and then they’re like “you went straight and betrayed us”

(via ghostlykit)

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worsethanqueer:

sandyfarquhar:

i am really excited to stop being in an environment where i am encouraged to define my worth by my academic performance

listen, if anyone ever tells you that a system where academic performance is defined “not by grades but by evaluations” will be less toxic to you

tell them to take a long walk off a short pier

omg this. I second this.

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"God made the rivers
God made the lakes
God made hampshire
We all make mistakes"

Scratched into a Saga table (via hampshireshit)

dropping truth all over Saga

(via homoclandestino)

(via thecaptainsaid)

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coming out day symbolizes everything that’s wrong with contemporary gay politics. what does it mean to prioritize queer visibility in a political climate where visibility for most (queer) people of color and queer youth = surveillance, criminalization, and incarceration? what does it mean to make the onus of liberation on the individual (you! come out!) versus the system (you! eradicate the closet!)? what does it mean to compel people to come out when we do not have the infrastructure to support them (homeless shelters, radical foster care, finances, emotional support, etc.)? what does it mean when the state uses our queer visibility to pinkwash itself and justify its war (colonial expansion) and imperialist policies? what does it mean when not being ‘out’ is associated with being repressed/self-hating rather than being strategic and discerning? what does it mean for coming out to be the only way the majority of queer people get involved with movement struggle by proudly announcing themselves on facebook and then subsequently participating in economies, politics, and logics that further oppress other members of their communities? i can tell you what it means: it means that when you say ‘gay rights’ what you mean is a politics engineered for white, able-bodied, upper-middle class men located in the west for whom it doesn’t only “get better” but it “gets bourgie!” coming out is an irresponsible political tactic that is complicit in a racist, colonial, sexist, ageist, ableist, classist, xenophobic agenda that is responsible not for the liberation of our peoples, but rather for the concomitant erasure and annihilation of the most oppressed among us.

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"When I loved myself enough, I began leaving whatever wasn’t healthy. This meant people, jobs, my own beliefs, and habits – anything that kept me small. My judgement called it disloyal. Now I see it as self-loving."

- Kim McMillen (via onherway)

sage advice for this day

(via just-susanna)

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