1. puppiesandprotein:

    My shirt says “Pom Des Garçons”
    If you don’t get it listen to some 2chainz

  2. fuckyeahcutetranschicks:

    Hi my name is Ruena.  This is me after 1 year and 4 months on HRT.  I love seeing all of the beautiful people on here.

    [image: upper body shot of a woman with tied back long brown hair, wearing a teal tank top. She has a low pendant necklace on]

  3. clubpunk:

    Think about that

    (Source: jessieedblog, via littlemissgrrface)

  4. (Source: teamoitnb, via hufflepenguin)


  5. "When is a monster not a monster?
    Oh, when you love it."

    Caitlyn Siehl (via meggannn)


    (Source: insanity-here-i-come, via hufflepenguin)


  6. weepingwitch:

    I want to stab all of the creepy straight dudes I’ve seen making comments about how excited they are for girls to start wearing leggings and yoga pants


    1. women: can u not touch our butts without knowing if we're okay with it? kthx.
    2. men: modern feminism has gone TOO FAR. we already gave you THE VOTE and JOBS and now you're OPPRESSING US by assuming we're all RAPISTS. PATRIARCHY IS NOT REAL B/C NOT ALL MEN.
  8. sexistentialisms:


    Image description: The first photo shows me (a white-passing, femme young adult person) sitting in a wheelchair, holding one sign in my hands and with one leaning against my legs. The first sign says, “Got questions? Autistic adults are the best resource of parents of autistic kids. Autisticadcovacy.org”. The second sign says, “Autistic rights are human rights #lovenotfear”.

    The second photo shows myself in my wheelchair with my signs and three other femme people who are all also holding signs. The visible signs are rainbow coloured and say “Love not fear”, “Think posAUtive”, “Autism Speaks does not speak for me!”, and “Autism is Awesome”. There is a small table behind us with a sign that says “free earplugs”, a box of earplugs, and ASAN pamphlets on top.

    Pictures from Vancouver ASAN’s protest at the Autism Speaks walk this morning. I made those two signs I’m holding, Alanna made the rest of the signs, and Marvin took these photos. A few more people ended up coming so there were seven of us there (and Marvin). I think we all did good work today!

    Now I’m going to go lie down and never get up.


    (via starklyinaccurate)

  9. scienceofscorpio:


    Just spent my evening vandalizing subway stations for the sake of reminding NY folk that it is fully legal for women & female-bodied individuals to be topless and comfortable in public


    spread this info

    It’s legal in Portland too, but unfortunately not exactly safe for people with breasts to go topless in everyday life. No one really cares when it’s the naked bike rides and all that but I can’t imagine casually walking down the street topless considering that street harassment still happens fully clothed.

  10. thatfunnyblog:

    Game of Cats

    (via booitsannalise)


  11. "With disability justice, we want to move away from the “myth of independence,” that everyone can and should be able to do everything on their own. I am not fighting for independence, as much of the disability rights movement rallies behind. I am fighting for an interdependence that embraces need and tells the truth: no one does it on their own and the myth of independence is just that, a myth."
  13. This honestly terrifies me. Tom is referring to the five ‘big’ YouTubers who have been named and shamed in regards to sex abuse. (Alex Day, Ed Blann, Tom Milsom, Sam Pepper and most recently, Jason VeeOneEye). Apparently there are still two more? As much as it terrifies to ask who- it makes me incredibly angry that the YouTube community is hiding them from us. We have a right to know the abusers within the community. 

    (Source: theyoutubedebate, via spaceywaceygracey)