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March 20th, 2012

rgr-pop: I don’t know how it happened, but legit: this is my…



rgr-pop:

I don’t know how it happened, but legit: this is my life now.

I am into your life, but can we discuss that Salem uses Nars?

March 20th, 2012

pussy-strut: you’re gonna need a heap of gluewhen they all…



pussy-strut:

you’re gonna need a heap of glue
when they all catch up with you
and they cut you up in two.

you’re gonna see the reason why
when they’re spittin in your eye.
they’ll be spittin in your eye.

scum anthems

March 20th, 2012

superseventies: A Dupont paint advertisement, 1970s. Photo by…



superseventies:

A Dupont paint advertisement, 1970s. Photo by Sid Avery.

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March 20th, 2012

VIRGINITY IS A SOCIAL CONSTRUCT

karaj:

kittencreamery:

Virginity:

  • is sexist
  • is heteronormative
  • commodifies sex
  • commodifies young cis-het white women
  • contributes to rape culture
  • contributes to slut-shaming
  • erases queer folk
  • erases transfolk
  • frames a woman’s worth as inversely proportional to the number of dicks that have been inside her

i reblogged this once and someone went on a rant and unfollowed me. so i’m going to reblog it again tonight :)

totally and forever opposed to the bullshit concept of virginity, which erases all kinds of people and experiences. it’s the falsest of false privileging. the language of this list is not exactly how i would say it, but i would still say it. virginity is not my story. down with it.   

Also frames it as something “men” have to “take,” etc. End it.

March 20th, 2012

nudiemuse: hopelessdinosaurs: The Witches of Eastwick. I…



nudiemuse:

hopelessdinosaurs:

The Witches of Eastwick.

I loved that movie so hard as a kid.

Explains a lot no?

relevant.

March 20th, 2012

suzy-x: Sixteen: a mix I made in 2006, when I thought I…



suzy-x:

Sixteen: a mix I made in 2006, when I thought I belonged in the ’70s or something. Featuring Television, Nico, Cat Power. Another part of my Mercury Retrograde series.

March 20th, 2012

womanhouse: omg the ovarian gang sign is CATCHING ON SPREAD THE…



womanhouse:

omg the ovarian gang sign is CATCHING ON

SPREAD THE WORD

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March 20th, 2012

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March 20th, 2012

"The number of women in federal and state prisons has increased dramatically since the 1980s—there…"

“The number of women in federal and state prisons has increased dramatically since the 1980s—there were 12,300 women behind bars in 1980, compared to over 105,000 in 2004. The “war on drugs” is the most significant contributing factor to growth of the women’s prison population in the United States. Latinas and African American women are most likely to be incarcerated for drug offenses: according to the Bureau of Justice Statistics (BJS), in 1997, 44% of Latinas and 39% of African American women incarcerated in state prisons had been convicted of a drug offense, whereas only 23% of white women, 24% of Black men, 26% of Latinos, and 11% of white men were incarcerated for drug offenses.”

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Patricia Allard, Crime, Punishment, and Economic Violence, in Color of Violence: The INCITE! Anthology

Because some still don’t think the War on Drugs or prison industrial complex are feminist issues …

(via thecurvature)

They definitely are.