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nicoapologist:

narusbooty:

matesprit:

bootlegprecious:

kams88:

Stand up to injustice and hatred.

Look at that jackass go “I - I don’t like it”, as if it even matters. Sit yo stupid ass down, boy.

tumblr likes to post these kind of things without context, but i figured before everyone starts hating this guy they should know that his name is yousef erakat, a muslim youtuber from palestine, and he is performing a social experiment to see how people would react to someone attacking a woman in a hijab.

the video is here for people who want to watch it

”it’s her choice ” my ass . I’m pretty sure she was forced to wear that thing by her family , religion and stuff  

Look at this asshole.

Laugh at this asshole.

I’m a muslim, and at the age of thirteen, my mum and dad asked me if I wanted to wear a hijab. I said I’d think on it, and then later replied with no.

My sister said yes.

Almost every muslim woman (except for the bullshit propaganda your uneducated ignorant ass sees on CNN) is given the choice to wear a hijab.

Why don’t you take your ignorant comments and shove them up your ass, before I bitch slap you so hard you smash into the surface of the fucking sun.

Fucking asshole.

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Unprofessional

gaydorkcomingthrough:

hollyhologram:

gaydorkcomingthrough:

The lady that is in charge of the entertainment for the pageant I help run is the most unprofessional woman I have ever had the displeasure to work under. The pageant is tomorrow night and she’s just now asking me what I’m singing and what Roo is singing. Holy shit.

This kinda reminds me of the when went to ingathering the years we didn’t plan after we had plan them. And how we kinda just look at everything and just

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No seriously. This woman is driving me up the wall. If she’s invited back I might eat my own tongue.

Nah make her eat her tongue. 

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Unprofessional

gaydorkcomingthrough:

The lady that is in charge of the entertainment for the pageant I help run is the most unprofessional woman I have ever had the displeasure to work under. The pageant is tomorrow night and she’s just now asking me what I’m singing and what Roo is singing. Holy shit.

This kinda reminds me of the when went to ingathering the years we didn’t plan after we had plan them. And how we kinda just look at everything and just

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cockfabric:

remember when nicki remixed single ladies and beyonce didn’t remove it from the internet

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dobdob:

necroticnymph:

briansandstorm:

That awkward moment when Diablo shows up to your religious protest

This reminds me of an old story I heard from a friend. One year, an anime con was being held the same weekend as a Bible Conference. This dude in an Ifrit costume, stilts and all, gets into the elevator, all hunched over, on his way down to the lobby. Before he could reach the lobby, the elevator stopped on another floor. Two old ladies clutching bibles were about to step on when they see this giant red demon-creature.

And in his deepest voice he says, “Going down?”

They shrieked and ran off to find another elevator.

oh boy I have a story to contribute. On Saturday I was on my way to London Film and Comic Con as Abaddon from SPN. I’d upgraded the prosthetics (a decapitation wound that was actually sewn up with a suturing needle) and covered myself in fake blood before realising I was going to have to travel through London like this. I didn’t want to freak any nice people out so wore a scarf hijab-style to cover it all up.

Cut to me being singled out by an evangelical Christian outside the tube station (I think because of my punk clothes?) who tried to give me a homophobic pamphlet and shouted “you’re going to hell the way you’re living.”

Without skipping a beat I lifted up the scarf and replied “Darling. Been there, done that. They made me Queen”

He jumped back in horror, I strolled on. The only thing that could have made it better would have been an M.I.A. soundtrack.

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real-girls-have-cursive:

ughsocialjustice:

pastelhurricane:

bathingapes:

texasmothafuckathatswhereistay:

I wish these white mfs would

white people getting outta hand

This shit faaakkkeeee

http://www.theepochtimes.com/n3/812988-kkk-petition-to-purge-hoax-ku-klux-klan-purge-of-african-americans-fake-2-million-signatures-petition-doesnt-exist/

I hate it when people do shit like this, putting fear in the community and shit wtf

am i the only one who thought this was fake when i saw this

yal people i swear you guys need tin foil

~the black one

Fear mongering be like

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rocksnob:

On the left is Richie, my fiancé, about a year and a half into our relationship and pre-t. He had come out as trans to me about a few months prior to that. On the right is Richie 4 years later and almost 3 years on testosterone. We’ve been together almost 5 years now and his birthday is coming up.

I created a secret top surgery fund for him in hopes to surprise him for his birthday on August 30th. I’m not at all expecting $5000 to be raised by then, in fact, I don’t have any kind of expectation towards the amount raised before his birthday. I just wanted to get this started for him as a surprise to remind him that there are so many people that love him and support him and are wishing him a happy birthday and I know any amount donated would be the best birthday surprise he could ever receive.

Right now, Richie doesn’t believe that top surgery will ever be a reality for him and I want to change that incredibly dangerous mind set. A whopping 41% of trans* people commit suicide. Richie’s dysphoria, negativity and hopelessness has been growing at an alarming rate. I want to do everything I can to prevent and/or limit the amount of pain he has to deal with on a daily basis. Top surgery would undoubtably eliminate a big chunk of it.

Richie has been medically transitioning for almost 3 years. He has identified as trans for about 4 years. In that time, he has seen so many of his friends within the community get top surgery and it has been a silent struggle for him. He has become more reclusive, isolated and depressed. I don’t want Richie to ever feel inhibited by his body and/or isolated because of it. This year for his birthday, I want him to truly believe that top surgery is entirely possible for him and unquestionably going to happen in the near future. I can’t do that alone, so I’m reaching out to his family, friends, my followers on tumblr, as well as any kind strangers who may know what it feels like to deal with dysphoria or just want to help out an amazing guy who has done so much for others. I honestly can’t imagine anything better than knowing that we all helped make it possible for him to live happily, authentically and without fear or insecurity of his identity, by contributing to the single most liberating and defining moment in his life. I know top surgery will change his life forever and I know that it is something that will give him back that contagious spark and thirst for life that he used to have and remind him that he once thought the world was beautiful and it still is.

Please spread the word by reblogging and if you’re capable of donating anything, you have no idea how much it is appreciated. No amount is too little so please do not feel embarrassed if you can only donate a dollar or two, I’m still just as humbled by your generosity.

For those of you who have already donated and/or have been reblogging and sharing this with your followers or friends, I am forever indebted to you all.

The link to donate:
http://www.gofundme.com/topsecrettopsurgery

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literarysins:

In light of the 50 Shades of Grey trailer coming out today, quick reminder that that book is about an abusive and controlling relationship, not BDSM.

Fanfiction (published or not) is important for women of all ages to explore gender roles and sexuality in a way that is less stigmatized and more accessible. 

But do not do the BDSM community a disservice by calling the relationship described in the book a BDSM experience. 

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