descartez:

Apparently there are bronies out there that are angry that girls/women like My Little Pony. Because they think they are faking their interest in it/don’t love it as much as them.

They’re applying the “fake gamer/geek girl” stereotype onto the audience the show was intended for.

And if you don’t think that’s the most hilarious shit idk if we can be friends.

(via shamblingshitpickle)

candlelion:

well [adjusts glasses] [takes sip of tea] [puts down john green novel] i don’t really think grades matter because it’s not a good way to judge how smart we are, in all honesty, tumblr’s taught me more than school ever has or will

(via demisnowflake-deactivated201408)

rtrixie:

Tumblr insanity hall of fame.

(via demisnowflake-deactivated201408)

pizzatomb:

go up to a guy in a fedora and say “hey I like your cowboy hat”

thisisthinprivilege:

Thin privilege is being labeled a “victory” rather than a “horrible, drunken mistake.”

because every single thin girl is regarded as a victory and never as a butterface or laughable because of her weird sticklike limbs or bacne or body hair or flat chest

nope all thin girls are attractive and desired

it’s misogyny, plain and simple, that men think they can put their “conquests” (gag) into those categories

Mythbusting Bisexuality

prettyangelboi:

There is ongoing dispute in queer circles over the definition of bisexuality, and its supposed disconnect with pansexuality. The great “pan-vs-bi” debate is a fairly recent phenomenon, and people of this school of thought seek to discredit bisexuality as transphobic by drawing attention away from the history of the bisexual movement and instead scrutinizing the word’s etymology, which itself is a red herring.

I have therefore compiled a summary of the terms in question, based on widespread conventions within the bisexual community.

  • bisexual - the intrinsic capacity for romantic and/or sexual attractions primarily to more than one gender (contrast with “monosexual”)
  • monosexual - the intrinsic capacity for romantic and/or sexual attractions primarily to one gender (contrast with “bisexual”)
  • pansexual - bisexual identity connoting the instrinsic capacity for romantic and/or sexual attractions to any gender
  • omnisexual - see “pansexual”
  • polysexual - see “bisexual”

It is a myth that bisexuality is mutually exclusive of pansexuality. It is a myth that bisexuality reinforces a gender dichotomy. It is a myth that bisexual people are inherently transphobic. It is a myth that bisexual people are attracted only to cismen and ciswomen.

Most of these stereotypes are, unfortunately, promulgated by pansexual people who claim to “know better” than their bisexual-identified peers. Such internal rivalry is counterproductive and does nothing whatsoever to further the cause. Bisexuality has been trans* inclusive for decades, and there is NO research to substantiate that all bisexual people seek exclusively cisgender partners. By some estimates, about 1/3 of bisexual activists are themselves transgender or gender-nonconforming.

The bisexual movement itself evolved in tandem with the transgender movement and the two communities worked hand in hand for over 30 years. Many reputable bisexual activists self-identify as trans* or are transgender advocates. So it would be disingenuous for them to denounce bisexuality as conflicting with the tenets of transgenderism.

The Bisexual Manifesto, published in 1990, was a collaborative project of the bisexual community. It reaffirms the widely-held values of bisexuality, all of which still apply to this day:

http://bialogue-group.tumblr.com/post/17532147836/a…

In addition, numerous highly-respected online resources corroborate the non-binarist, non-cissexist definition of bisexuality:

Bisexual Resource Center
http://www.biresource.net/waybeyondthebinary.shtml

Radical Bi Blog
http://radicalbi.wordpress.com/2011/09/27/why-i-ide…

Toronto Bisexual Network
http://www.torontobinet.org/culture.htm

BiNet USA
http://www.binetusa.org/category/bisexuality

The Bisexual Index
http://www.bisexualindex.org.uk/index.php/Bisexuali…

Wipe Out Biphobipa
http://www.wipeouthomophobia.com/wipeoutbiphobia.ht…

Thus, the “bisexual” identity includes any and all people with sexual or romantic attractions beyond a single gender, including pansexuality. Anybody who disputes this fact, is either biphobic, monosexist, or in denial of the history of the bisexual movement.

~Prettyangelboi

(via thisisntjustice)

hedgewolf:

if “bi-” means “two” and “trans-” means “across” or “on the opposite side of” then “bisexual” is no more cissexist and binarist than “trans*” is.

(via commanderabutt)

trendygirlssaythedarndestthings:

IN A WORLD…
FULL OF STICK THIN DREAMS AND GAP GLAMOUR…..
ONE WOMAN..
IS HERE TO DISMANTLE EVERYTHING WE’VE EVER KNOWN..
AND TURN THIS WORLD…
UPSIDE DOWN!!!!!!!
COMING SOON TO THEATERS….
'EXTREME FOOD CATCHING THIGH CRUSADER: THE BATTLE OF THE BONES'

trendygirlssaythedarndestthings:

IN A WORLD

FULL OF STICK THIN DREAMS AND GAP GLAMOUR…..

ONE WOMAN..

IS HERE TO DISMANTLE EVERYTHING WE’VE EVER KNOWN..

AND TURN THIS WORLD

UPSIDE DOWN!!!!!!!

COMING SOON TO THEATERS….

'EXTREME FOOD CATCHING THIGH CRUSADER: THE BATTLE OF THE BONES'

(via thatsnotthinprivilege)

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