boycott all non-organic food

white male leftist who’s never gone hungry/lived off of food stamps his entire life (via aloofshahbanou)

I hate it when people politicize food consumption

Hate it

Like you never had only $20 in your bank account and could only afford to eat Kraft for a week man

Shut the fuck up. 

I understand that Monsanto is the devil and I hate them and I hate monoculture agriculture too

But don’t penalize the people who don’t have the means to make a ~*~ideological lifestyle~*~ out of their food choices

(via sweetjosephine)

Feeling this so much lately. Recognize people’s economic realities.

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Recognize people’s economic realities.

YES. (via mirandaadria)

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what the bi agenda is not:

  • "converting" your straight girlfriend
  • appropriating gay and lesbian culture
  • catering to whiny ass monosexuals and what they want

what the bi agenda is:

  • being awesome 24/7
  • supporting our fellow bisexuals and other people in MAS communities
  • bi!!! representation!!! in media!!! *cries*
  • ending biphobia
  • gaining respect for us and our identities
  • spreading the word that bisexuality is the attraction more than one gender
  • world domination

(via mormonbisexual)


People who use a lack of education to justify subjecting poor people to poverty are fucking revolting. They’ve invented a system wherein poor people cannot obtain a quality education because they are poor and then they use that lack of education to justify their continued poverty. It’s self-sustaining, vile, oppressive, and a fundamental tenet of modern American conservativism.

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Made some more stickers to put around campus and Santa Fe

(via penicillium-pusher)

why bisexual spaces are important

  • so that I know being in a heterosexual relationship doesn’t change the fact that I’m queer
  • so I can be with a person of any gender without having my sexuality stripped from me
  • so people will stop telling me to “just pick one”
  • so I don’t have to convince people that my sexuality is valid
  • so people will stop trying to define my sexuality for me
  • so bisexuals have a space where they can speak openly about lived experiences without derailment from monosexuals
  • so I know that I’m not alone

On Bi Spaces

It’s so important for me to have bi spaces because there is so little representation for bi people as it is. Other than a scene from House of Cards, I don’t think I’ve ever seen a bisexual character in the media. Even the sexuality of bisexual celebrities and other people of prominence are erased. Freddy Mercury, for example, was one of the most predominant “gay” musicians even though he identified as bisexual. People always say “LGBT” but the B (and the T) are just glossed over and “LGBT” becomes synonymous with “gay”. I remember the first time I met another bisexual person in real life and I was so incredibly excited just because I had never actually met someone who was (openly) like me before. To this day, I only know four other bisexual people in real life. It’s really important to me that bisexuals have a safe space where we can talk amongst ourselves about issues which effect us exclusively without derailment from monosexuals.

In addition to this, bisexuals face stigmas from monosexuals in and outside of the LGBT community. I’ve had one of my gay friends tell me that he thinks “the B and the T should be dropped off of LGBT”. These bi- and trans-phobic sentiments are extremely problematic. I feel, however, that many of these attitudes toward bisexuality stem simply from ignorance and lack of exposure. To combat biphobia people need to understood more about bisexuality and it needs to be normalized rather than erased. One of the first steps toward normalizing and educating people on bisexuality is letting them listen to bisexuals. It’s important for bisexuals to have a space where we feel comfortable talking about our own lived experiences.


Anonymous asked: How do you think rape culture can be minimized in today's society?


- don’t rape
- don’t make rape jokes
- don’t rape
- don’t justify rape
- don’t rape
- don’t play devil’s advocate
- don’t rape
- don’t sexually assault/harass
- don’t rape
- don’t make excuses for rapists
- don’t rape
- don’t blame the victim/survivor
- don’t rape
- don’t use the word rape casually like “lmao yeah I raped that exam lulz”
- don’t rape
- don’t normalize rape
- don’t rape
- don’t say/argue/think that a woman’s outfit, and not the rapist, determines whether or not she will get raped
- don’t rape
- don’t reduce women to their bodies - this includes what they wear, whether they’re skinny or not, whether they’re conventionally attractive or not, whether they’re cis or not, whether they are nice people or not, where they go, what they do, whom they date/trust. To rape someone is the rapists decision and to attribute blame to anyone else is to contribute to rape culture
- don’t rape


stand up for girls and women who don’t like to read. stand up for girls and women who can’t read. stand up for girls and women with low IQs. stand up for girls and women who can’t write. stand up for girls and women whose access to education has been prevented. for those with learning disorders. for those who mix up “your” and “you’re” because it’s not that big a fucking deal tumblr. stand up for women who are called ableist slurs for these things and stop implying that the only way to be a feminist icon is by being an intellectual.




The best explanation of Maryland weather we have seen to date…

so fucking accurate lmao





The best explanation of Maryland weather we have seen to date…

so fucking accurate lmao




Kill this toxic and regressive idea that everyone deserves sympathy and love when they die.

Kill the theatrics of eulogizing the dead that serves to hinder an honest and comprehensive look at who they were and what they stood for.

Joan Rivers endorsed Palestinian genocide, end of story. Stop discussing her in terms of “not being politically correct”. Palestinian lives aren’t some abstract or otherworldly talking point and discussing an entire people in such a fashion as to render Joan Rivers’ endorsement of massacre as “disagreeable” is dehumanizing and racist.

She was callous and she was evil. Call the woman what she is, because she had no problem sanctioning other people’s death while she was alive.

Her quote with my emphasis, “Good. Good. When you declare war, you declare war. They started it. We now don’t count who’s dead. You’re dead, you deserve to be dead. Don’t you dare make me feel bad about that.

She dead now.

(via wretchedoftheearth)

what’s this woman’s name?

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