unsuccessfulmetalbenders:

joan rivers is a crusty racist old white who has made fun of domestic abuse and who said that the Palestinians deserve to be wiped out. i am not about to feel sorry for her just because satan is calling her home. let her gag 

tastefullyoffensive:

[americancarrot]

tastefullyoffensive:

[americancarrot]

(via fyeahcanines)

'Hey Nik, how do you get the ladies?”

"Oh you know just leave weird ass anxious messages in their OKC inbox and hopefully one doesn’t think I’m way to fucking weird."

"Oh interesting, so what do you talk about to them?"

"Haa ha oh you know, wildlife parks and gerbils/hamsters."

"Wow you are quiet the stud muffin aren’t you?"

easy peasy, just say “please choke me and fuck me unconscious.”

Ha yes but of course! I’m way to shy to ask that! >///<

How does one subtly say please choke me and fuck me unconscious.

sapphrikah:

atrapforfools:

next time you hear a white person say “well if black people can say the n-word why can’t i???” you should ask them “why do you want to?” and listen as they try not to say “black people have something of their own that I am not entitled to and that hurts my feelings and makes me feel inferior”

omgoodness.

(via rabbitglitter)

bi-characters:

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Character: Usagi Tsukino
Appears in: Sailor Moon
Commonly Interpreted as: Straight

But Really: Even though she ends up with Mamoru (a man), she has expressed attraction to women multiple times throughout the Sailor Moon manga.  In act 3, she follows Rei Hino (Sailor Mars) off the bus solely because she was “so pretty,” and was drawn having literally hearts in her eyes.

 

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In the Infinity Arc of the manga, Usagi expressed an attraction towards both Sailor Uranus and Haruka Tenoh, before learning that they were the same person.  She even kisses Haruka after Haruka says to her “Man, woman, does it really matter?”

Thanks to  for this submission.

Invisible Bi Characters welcomes any and all submissions or suggestions.

(via hermione-ganja)

"

Think Actively About Your Use of the Word ‘Women’

You might love your new hashtag or slogan, and it might be pretty catchy, but take a moment to remember that the “War on Women” really only means one type of person: cis-women.

“A Woman’s Right to Choose,” “Women’s Health,” and “Women’s Access” are all phrases that erase me and others like me.

Using “women” as a catch-all term for “people with active uteruses” is incredibly problematic (and also, don’t reduce people to body parts).

Remember basic diversity training: Not all women can have/want to have children. Not everyone who gives birth identifies as a woman. Health clinics whose main concern is reproductive health can (and do!) cater to people other than women.

"

(via dancingwithdiversity)

(via rabbitglitter)

AC just spent like the last 5-10 minutes up at the front desk talking to me.

He complimented me saying that over the past year I have matured.

When I asked what he meant exactly, he referred to my nails and how I am more feminine.

I quickly laughed it off and accepted the compliment and said I’ve been a tomboy forever.

Would bang AC. FOR SURE.

Look what I did last night!

Look what I did last night!