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8

people who will tell you to assume good intentions

or give someone the benefit of the doubt 

i have to naturally ask “Why?”

i mean how do i benefit from reading entirely too much into a situation just to reach the conclusion that someone didn’t really mean it/wasn’t trying to say that/probably didn’t know any better/whatever whatever have you 

that’s a whole lot of wasted mental energy in my book

i’d rather critically interrogate someone’s actions

because in the process their intentions come sliding out

even if they didn’t want them to

http://navigatethestream.tumblr.com/post/83769258964/misanfaery-badass-bharat-deafmuslim-artista

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bahutkuch:

misanfaery:

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badass-bharat-deafmuslim-artista replied to your post: mosques of their skin sounds like a te…

wait what? is that a real horror movie? done by muslims?!?! lol

lol omg no

mary lambert the singer who has a verse on shitty macklemore’s same love has a song where it…

hm I took that line to mean they’re fleeing mosques that are being bombed. and ‘mosques’ as ‘skin’ being about the body as temple/place of worship, etc.

too generous? :/

yeah i’m going to go out on a limb and say that mary lambert doesn’t strike me as the type of person to have that much understanding of islam to make such a reference in the first place 

going for a mosque or bomb reference in the context of a body love poem to make some larger point about how she knows Muslim girls who struggle with body love is not only speaking over those muslim girls but is quite frankly a cheap shot. a deeply over-used trope in U.S music 

Reblogged 6 hours ago from bahutkuch

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misanfaery:

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badass-bharat-deafmuslim-artista replied to your post: mosques of their skin sounds like a te…

wait what? is that a real horror movie? done by muslims?!?! lol

lol omg no

mary lambert the singer who has a verse on shitty macklemore’s same love has a song where it says something like “I know girls who are feeling bombs from the mosques of their skin” in some body positive song

the line is “I know girls who are fleeing bombs from the mosques of their skin”

and to hear her say it only goes to show how little sense the verse makes in the context of the entire piece 

i mean i wasn’t rooting for mary lambert or anything but i was kinda hoping between her and macklemore at least one of them wasn’t such a brazen fuck up

guess i was wrong 

Reblogged 7 hours ago from misanfaery
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terrificterrier:

Georgia Tech. Spring, 2014.

Reblogged 8 hours ago from decolonize-all-the-things

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mimicryisnotmastery:

time didn’t even revise the results

they didn’t change the numbers

they left it clear that laverne cox was on top

and then they just straight up excluded laverne from their Influential 100 list because they felt like it. 

i don’t need an explanation from them. i don’t need to understand their motives because fuck them.

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"Ending white supremacy isn’t really in the American vocabulary. That is because ending white supremacy does not merely require a passive sense that racism is awful, but an active commitment to undoing its generational effects. Ending white supremacy requires the ability to do math—350 years of murderous plunder are not undone by 50 years of uneasy ceasefire."

Segregation Forever | Ta-Nehisi Coates 

why i dont believe in social justice. 

(via howtobeterrell)

Reblogged 9 hours ago from vivanlosancestros
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blackfoxx:

c209class:

lushpussyhighheels:

Amiyah Scott

At first glance one would think this a very beautiful woman, with a beautiful features and body. Although this is now true this has not always been the case this woman who refers to as “King Amiyah ” was originally born a man. She is one of the most popular and well known transgender women among social networks. She is very open about her transformation and as well as the hate and countless stares she gets when she reveals that she actually is a transgender woman. In society today being transgender is looked down upon but it is still steadily becoming accepted. People have not yet come to terms with the fact that some people do not feel comfortable in their own skin and feel the need to change themselves. There have been several cases where members of society have attacked transgender people as well as killed them just because of the people they are and how uncomfortable they have become with the fact that they are different. 

Yeah except this description is entirely cisnormative and transphobic. This is a very beautiful woman upon first, second, third and any subsequent glances that may follow. One would “think” it and they would be correct. Also being transgender is about more than “being comfortable in your own skin & feeling the need to change yourself.” This is a reductive narrative coming from a cis person. Many transwomen do not consider themselves “born as men” and this is also important to note.

Reblogged 9 hours ago from blackfoxx

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Man i post one music video to twitter at ass crack o clock and all of a sudden I got folks following me thinking I’m a music promoter

Lawd I do not promote music

I talk about music that I like

But a nigga can’t get you signed or nothing so why bother

Go follow Beyoncé on twitter and maybe she’ll throw you a serfbordt hoodie for ya troubles

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sickforya:

raise your hand if you’re tired and sad and wanna make out with a girl

Reblogged 9 hours ago from witchymerqueer

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smidgetz replied to your post: so i guess the real estate agent peopl…

how long have you been loc’d?

it’ll be three years in September 

^_^

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