Strange Days: Women of Color vs "Colored" Women... →
notyourkinddear: jaredtheleader: notyourkinddear: The word “colored” is a loaded term based in racism. DON’T USE IT. The word “colored” does have different context in different countries, but the end result seems to be always based in racism/affirming the value of whiteness and societal stratification based on shadeism… Can’t we just say that race doesn’t matter to completely avoid...
[W]hen you teach adults and children sex-negative messages, sex becomes an...– Sex-Negative Education and the Spectre of Rape « Sex Positive Activism (via sexisnottheenemy) (via rabbleprochoice)
My Sleepy Mix →
Spend less time staring at the ceiling and more time dreaming :)
I love Tazo tea
I start every morning with Awake or Organic Chai (with cane sugar and soymilk). During the day I have Calm, Zen, or China Green Tips. And I relax at night and sip Cucumber White.
Women who are fat are said to have ‘let themselves go.’ The very phrase connotes...– “Letting Ourselves Go: Making Room for the Fat Body in Feminist Scholarship,” by Cecilia Hartley (via clairvoyants)
WOMANIST (As coined and defined by Alice Walker from ‘In Search of Our Mothers’...– Alice Walker’s definition of “Womanist” from In Search of Our Mothers’ Gardens: Womanist Prose copyright 1983. SUPPORT the completion of: ALICE WALKER: BEAUTY IN TRUTH (via afrolez)
feminist slut: Dear anti-choicers: →
d-e-a-n-winchester: nessfraserloves: You can say “killing a life” and “murdering a child” a million times until you’re blue in the face, but your emotionally charged buzz-words aren’t going to suddenly make me go “OH, YOU KNOW WHAT, I DON’T REALLY WANT CONTROL OVER MY BODY.” Call it…