Acceptable
Vegan: I am a vegan and feel that eating meat or animal products is inhumane. While I will not partake in the consumption of these things, I will not attempt to force my beliefs on you, and I respect your right to make your own decisions.
Unacceptable
Vegan: iF YOU EAT MEAT YOU ARE MECHAHITLER AND SHOULD BE TRAMPLED TO DEATH BY COWS WHILE THEY EAT YOUR BABIES I AM BETTER THAN YOU AND YOU ARE ALL GODLESS SUBHUMAN BLOODMOUTHS
Acceptable
Non-Vegan: You're a vegan? Ok. One great part of life is that we can all make our own choices.
Unacceptable
Non-Vegan: You're a vegan? MMMMMMMMMMMM BACON. LOOK AT ALL THIS TASTY BACON. VEGANISM IS STUPID AND ALL VEGANS ARE STUCK UP PRETENTIOUS BRATS WHY CAN'T YOU JUST EAT THE BACON ITS ALREADY DEAD DON'T BE SUCH A SISSY. HERE ARE 3 REASONS WHY YOU'RE A HYPOCRITE AND 5 REASONS WHY BEING VEGAN IS POINTLESS. HOW DO U SPOT A VEGAN AT A PARTY THEY'LL TELL YOU LOL. 'VEGAN' IS THE BEST PUNCHLINE

protest-resources:

50 Shades of Abuse Flyer - Canada
Use, redistribute, print. 
Click image and magnify for large version.

protest-resources:

50 Shades of Abuse Flyer - Canada

Use, redistribute, print. 

Click image and magnify for large version.

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sherlylawk:

yourmumbridge:

jinglepandas:

egobus:

modified-grrrl:

petition for dudes to shut the fuck up about makeup on women

petition for everyone to shut the fuck up about makeup on women

petition for everyone to shut the fuck up about makeup on anyone

Petition for everyone to shut the fuck up.

Petition for everyone to fuck.

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thesumofmypartss:

talagang:

thosewhowork:

This is a fucking important post, & something that, to my knowledge & from my experience, is super overlooked.

Important reblog: Eating disorders don’t discriminate. Regardless of gender, sexual orientation, social class, and ethnicity, we can all be affected.

strong message, instant reblog.

thesumofmypartss:

talagang:

thosewhowork:

This is a fucking important post, & something that, to my knowledge & from my experience, is super overlooked.

Important reblog: Eating disorders don’t discriminate. Regardless of gender, sexual orientation, social class, and ethnicity, we can all be affected.

strong message, instant reblog.

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knowhomo:

LGBTQ* Awareness Events Reminder
Transgender Day of Remembrance
(Following from GLAAD)
Transgender Day of Remembrance #TDOR - November 20
Transgender Day of Remembrance (TDOR) is an annual observance on November 20 that honors the memory of those whose lives were lost in acts of anti-transgender violence. You can read more about the Transgender Day of remembrance below, and find out how you can participate.
Additionally, during the week of November 12-20 individuals and organizations around the county will participate Transgender Awareness Week to help raise the visibility of transgender and gender non-conforming people and address the issues these communities face.
What is the Transgender Day of Remembrance?
The Transgender Day of Remembrance (TDOR) was started by transgender advocate Gwendolyn Ann Smith as a vigil to honor the memory of Rita Hester, a transgender woman who was killed in 1998. The vigil commemorated all the transgender people lost to violence that year and began an important memorial that has become the annual Transgender Day of Remembrance.
How can I participate in the Transgender Day of Remembrance?
Participate in the Transgender Day of Remembrance by attending or organizing a vigil on November 20 to honor all those whose lives were lost to anti-transgender violence that year.  Vigils are typically hosted by local transgender advocates or LGBT organizations, and held at community centers, parks, places of worship and other venues. The vigil often involves reading a list of the names of those who died that year. Learn more…
Attend an event
Check out the full list of events at www.transgenderdor.org. If your event is not listed, please submit it to transgenderdor@gmail.com.
Resources for media/bloggers
Check out GLAAD’s resource kit for journalist covering TDOR
Check out GLAAD’s Media Reference Guide
More information
Find out more about Transgender Day of Remembrance at  www.transgenderdor.org
See the list of people who died because of anti-transgender violence in 2012
Learn more about transgender people at GLAAD’s resource page
Learn about Transgender Awareness Week
Spread the word
RSVP to a local event posted at www.facebook.com/transdayofremembrance

knowhomo:

LGBTQ* Awareness Events Reminder

Transgender Day of Remembrance

(Following from GLAAD)

Transgender Day of Remembrance #TDOR - November 20

Transgender Day of Remembrance (TDOR) is an annual observance on November 20 that honors the memory of those whose lives were lost in acts of anti-transgender violence. You can read more about the Transgender Day of remembrance below, and find out how you can participate.

Additionally, during the week of November 12-20 individuals and organizations around the county will participate Transgender Awareness Week to help raise the visibility of transgender and gender non-conforming people and address the issues these communities face.

What is the Transgender Day of Remembrance?

The Transgender Day of Remembrance (TDOR) was started by transgender advocate Gwendolyn Ann Smith as a vigil to honor the memory of Rita Hester, a transgender woman who was killed in 1998. The vigil commemorated all the transgender people lost to violence that year and began an important memorial that has become the annual Transgender Day of Remembrance.

How can I participate in the Transgender Day of Remembrance?

Participate in the Transgender Day of Remembrance by attending or organizing a vigil on November 20 to honor all those whose lives were lost to anti-transgender violence that year.  Vigils are typically hosted by local transgender advocates or LGBT organizations, and held at community centers, parks, places of worship and other venues. The vigil often involves reading a list of the names of those who died that year. Learn more…

Attend an event

Resources for media/bloggers

More information

Spread the word



…but why so many?

…but why so many?


em1ree:

thatpsychowriter:

gallifrey-feels:

undetected-by-the-stars:

^very true….however to defend us gentlemen, you girls are kinda hard to find irl. Please attend more parties and social events. 

If we went to parties, we wouldn’t be nerd girls.

We can be found at book stores, and libraries.

and often wearing fandom shirts

WOAH.BACK THE FUCK UP.Whether or not a girl parties or goes to social events does not have any bearing on whether or not she’s a nerd.I go out on weekends and drink. I find it fun.You know what else I find fun?Sitting in my house, looking at the tumblrs for my favorite fandoms and getting way too emotionally invested in them. I like talking about fandom and thinking about fandom and reading and watching things with fandoms. I also love reading things that aren’t fandom-based; I find classic social theory absolutely fascinating, I think physics is incredibly, heart-wrenchingly beautiful, and I’m crazy amounts of interested in dance history.  I read and write about these things on my own because I want to know.But because I like to go to parties on weekends, I’m not a nerd.Fuck you.

em1ree:

thatpsychowriter:

gallifrey-feels:

undetected-by-the-stars:

^very true….however to defend us gentlemen, you girls are kinda hard to find irl. Please attend more parties and social events. 

If we went to parties, we wouldn’t be nerd girls.

We can be found at book stores, and libraries.

and often wearing fandom shirts

WOAH.
BACK THE FUCK UP.
Whether or not a girl parties or goes to social events does not have any bearing on whether or not she’s a nerd.
I go out on weekends and drink. I find it fun.
You know what else I find fun?
Sitting in my house, looking at the tumblrs for my favorite fandoms and getting way too emotionally invested in them. I like talking about fandom and thinking about fandom and reading and watching things with fandoms. I also love reading things that aren’t fandom-based; I find classic social theory absolutely fascinating, I think physics is incredibly, heart-wrenchingly beautiful, and I’m crazy amounts of interested in dance history.  I read and write about these things on my own because I want to know.

But because I like to go to parties on weekends, I’m not a nerd.
Fuck you.

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