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@farmd0g, you’re unfollowed for supporting lawrence’s ongoing sexual harassment, you’re a piece of shit and a misogynist, i recommend my followers do the same

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@farmd0g, you’re unfollowed for supporting lawrence’s ongoing sexual harassment, you’re a piece of shit and a misogynist, i recommend my followers do the same

themerrymisnomer:

queenxwitch:

safeword:

celebrate women over 50 because once we stop being useful to straight men’s desire as sex objects, we stop being useful to the broader culture as a whole and become invisible and disrespected. it’s up to us to engage with, respect, remember, valourize, speak about, learn from, and love women over 50…

Yeah okay OP I agree with everything except your tags.

You also don’t have to shit on black women to prove a point like what does Beyonce’s body have to do with her feminist message in her song and at the MTV awards???

Fucking christ. And honestly using black women’s bodies to condemn ageist sexism just undermines your feminist point cause we don’t age the same and you know it.

okay sorry you’re very right that came across wrong, her body has nothing to with it but my point was that there’s lots of incredible women’s voices, black women well among them, who get ignored by ‘feminism lite’ because they don’t have the face/body to back it up. beyonce and laverne cox? powerful feminists, well celebrated by tumblr! bell hooks and marsha p. johnson? incredible, powerful, iconic women, not thin and curvy and on tv, rarely (but sometimes!) celebrated by tumblr. so let me be more specific: you don’t need a katy perry body, you need a mind and spirit and positive effect in the world like bell hooks and marsha p. johnson and beyonce and laverne cox

well you don’t need any of those things to be a feminist, but those are the things that should build the foundations of who we value and speak about as our feminist icons. we shouldn’t speak just about young “hot” women and not also older women…

does this clear things up? am i still misunderstanding on something and stepping on toes? i’m sorry, please tell me again if i’m still saying anything that hurts anyone. i’ve edited the original and removed the tag :)

celebrate women over 50 because once we stop being useful to straight men’s desire as sex objects, we stop being useful to the broader culture as a whole and become invisible and disrespected. it’s up to us to engage with, respect, remember, valourize, speak about, learn from, and love women over 50…

maitresseandboy:

I so love collaring him. I should post a photo of his exquisite collar.

maitresseandboy:

I so love collaring him. I should post a photo of his exquisite collar.

You preach against age gap and het DD/lg but it's okay to have every kink under the sun? That makes absolutely no sense.
Anonymous
  • sometimes it’s okay to be turned on by fantasy that it wouldn’t be okay to do in real life 
  • sometimes it’s okay to be turned on by fantasy that it wouldn’t be okay to do in real life 
  • sometimes it’s okay to be turned on by fantasy that it wouldn’t be okay to do in real life 
  • sometimes it’s okay to be turned on by fantasy that it wouldn’t be okay to do in real life 
  • it wouldn’t be okay to do in real life 
  • IT WOULDN’T BE OKAY TO DO IN REAL LIFE
  • idk what part you’re missing here

tw: this gets graphic about violence and rape in fantasy

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new lgbtq women tag

yilduza:

desidere:

Recently yilduza has requested a tag which could be shared for all women who are attracted to other women, be they lesbians, bisexual, pan, etc - one that is shared and not already in use (e.g. #biphobia #sapphobia, #lesbophobia, etc). A tag for shared experiences which promotes solidarity and is open for all ladies interested in ladies (regardless of whether or not they have other attractions or are only interested in women.) this would absolutely be transwomen inclusive. 

this tag would be rather simply named with a fun latin combo:

di for two and femina for women 

#difemina

I think that covers it. 

this has been a collaborative effort between a number of bi and lesbian women because we’ve been wanting a collective space to discuss our issues as women who love women that’s not split, like the lesbophobia and biphobia and sapphobia tags.  this is not an attack on those tags, we merely want a more inclusive space where we can collectively discuss both our shared experiences and our different ones!

i would really, really appreciate it if anyone interested would reblog this even if you’re not lgbtq, and even if you don’t personally like us because this tag isn’t about us it’s about creating a space for our community.

in addition, a reminder that trans women who love women are welcome in this tag, so please keep your transphobic bs out of it.

non-binary people who identify with womenhood or as partially women or who are otherwise comfortable posting in a women-for-women tag are absolutely welcome as well. let’s please try and keep this a trans welcoming space!

youngblackandvegan:

yeah no

i’m not one of those people that will preach unconditional sex positivity

because some people’s “kinks” are having sex with children

and rubbing their genitals on random people on the train

so na

miss me with the lectures about “kink shaming”

because there is a line

and way too many people cross it

bleh can i just say that some people can’t help having those kinks HOWVER to act on them is blatantly wrong? i’m still against shaming people for being turned on by what turns them on, although i also urge them to do some deep thinking as to why and stop if it’s at all possible… but to use “kink-shaming” as a defense against being told to stop doming something that’s harmful to someone else is BULLSHIT.

it’s okay to be turned on by a fantasy that wouldn’t be okay to do in real life. don’t make people feel bad for what turns them on, but ALSO don’t let them get away with hurting others just cause it gets them off.

hey reminder

lesbianorb:

if yr under 18 and yr not ok with an adult following u/liking your selfies etc for any reason, please say and ill do whatever to make you comfortable its really not a bother! i know i have a lot of young mutuals.

PLEASE!

b1a4gasms:

b1a4gasms:

lmao cool except that not everywhere in the world has the same gender presentation norms and actually in thailand and much of southeast asia, WHERE THESE ARE MANUFACTURED, lesbians do actually bind their breasts!!! ‘toms’, which full roughly the same category as butch lesbians in the west but retain distinct social roles that the contemporary use of the term ‘butch’ does not fully describe, often bind!!!
so that’s cool u just keep acting like there’s a “right” way to be trans/gay/bi/queer/male/female/whatever, and that that way is the western one, u just go on and do that!!!!!
ps the rest of that post makes good points abt binding safety and should not be disregarded

tbh i see things like this ALL THE TIME… like honestly i know just tiny fragments about queer cultures globally (so often that stuff is hard to find in english if the culture isn’t majority english-speaking, and also just NOONE TALKS ABOUT IT) but what i do know shows me that people around the world have AMAZING variety in their identities, self-descriptions and presentations. like for some people, their sexuality IS their gender… to tell them that sexuality and gender are different things makes no sense to their lived experience and the range of possible identities they were socialized into. sometimes DMAB people who are attracted to masculine men present as women because that is the norm for their community, and label themselves another gender besides ‘trans woman’ or ‘gay man’, something else distinct and different unique to them! sometimes DFAB people who are attracted to fem women label themselves differently, too! that’s fine! the way we do things does not have to be the way they do things! maybe someone’s a fem queen or a kathoey or a fa’afafine or a tom or a hijra or a two-spirit person or whatever!!!! sometimes those things have very different presentations than what you expect queer to look like, or they look familiy but consider themselves something else! that’s IMPORTANT! that’s AMAZING! demanding that chest binders NOT be for girls makes NO SENSE AT ALL!
and like, of course this poster didn’t know that when they put it up, i’m assuming. but the fact that we still have these useless western biases when we talk about queerness, that we police language and bodies and presentations like that…. we gotta get over it. we gotta educate ourselves about all the GORGEOUS ways gender/sex/sexuality non-normative people have termed and dressed and named and celebrated and understood themselves, historically and globally, if we want to really bust open our norms and be QUEER in the fullest sense of the word: BINARY-BUSTING, BORDER-BREAKING, BOUNDLESS, BEAUTIFUL.

b1a4gasms:

b1a4gasms:

lmao cool except that not everywhere in the world has the same gender presentation norms and actually in thailand and much of southeast asia, WHERE THESE ARE MANUFACTURED, lesbians do actually bind their breasts!!! ‘toms’, which full roughly the same category as butch lesbians in the west but retain distinct social roles that the contemporary use of the term ‘butch’ does not fully describe, often bind!!!

so that’s cool u just keep acting like there’s a “right” way to be trans/gay/bi/queer/male/female/whatever, and that that way is the western one, u just go on and do that!!!!!

ps the rest of that post makes good points abt binding safety and should not be disregarded

tbh i see things like this ALL THE TIME… like honestly i know just tiny fragments about queer cultures globally (so often that stuff is hard to find in english if the culture isn’t majority english-speaking, and also just NOONE TALKS ABOUT IT) but what i do know shows me that people around the world have AMAZING variety in their identities, self-descriptions and presentations. like for some people, their sexuality IS their gender… to tell them that sexuality and gender are different things makes no sense to their lived experience and the range of possible identities they were socialized into. sometimes DMAB people who are attracted to masculine men present as women because that is the norm for their community, and label themselves another gender besides ‘trans woman’ or ‘gay man’, something else distinct and different unique to them! sometimes DFAB people who are attracted to fem women label themselves differently, too! that’s fine! the way we do things does not have to be the way they do things! maybe someone’s a fem queen or a kathoey or a fa’afafine or a tom or a hijra or a two-spirit person or whatever!!!! sometimes those things have very different presentations than what you expect queer to look like, or they look familiy but consider themselves something else! that’s IMPORTANT! that’s AMAZING! demanding that chest binders NOT be for girls makes NO SENSE AT ALL!

and like, of course this poster didn’t know that when they put it up, i’m assuming. but the fact that we still have these useless western biases when we talk about queerness, that we police language and bodies and presentations like that…. we gotta get over it. we gotta educate ourselves about all the GORGEOUS ways gender/sex/sexuality non-normative people have termed and dressed and named and celebrated and understood themselves, historically and globally, if we want to really bust open our norms and be QUEER in the fullest sense of the word: BINARY-BUSTING, BORDER-BREAKING, BOUNDLESS, BEAUTIFUL.

are you homophobic?
Anonymous