for a good 10 minutes, i sat here crying

reading a report about sexual sadism and the wives/girlfriends of these individuals

like fuck

this shit is haunting

you need to tell yourself honey… is he really cute? or is he just a white with a visible jawline?

(via zebablah)

freshest-tittymilk:

ghdos:

postracialcomments:

onlyblackgirl:

jamarcoaaronshaw:

beautifulxsavage:

hussieologist:

weloveblackgirls:

Can we have anything ?

This was so corny and off beat

😑

Sounds like a demonic initiation

This was embarrassing.

Gross

pomeranianprivilege:

how do people hear about the horrors of prison, slavery, the holocaust, pedophilia, violence against women, ect, and think “wow thats hot i want to re-enact that” and think that they are literally anything other than disgusting racist, misogynist, piles of trash is truely beyond me.

(via bdsm-harms-women)

epochalys:

  1. it normalises violence
  2. it normalises violence against women, regardless of the genders or sexes of those involved
  3. Big/little, specifically, Daddy/little girl, normalises sexualizing of children and young girls and normalises #pedophillia
  4. most of the things subs, regardless of…

edgebug:

instead of watching the 50 Shades trailer, why not just make awkward eye contact with a total stranger at the grocery store for a solid 2 minutes and 34 seconds? you get the same skin-crawling, uncomfortable feeling but without the shitty writing, terrible acting and massive dose of rape culture

(via bdsm-harms-women)

eternallybeautifullyblack:

Kym: Empowered

Kym learned that she was HIV positive after her husband became sick and died as a result of HIV less than a year after they were married.  Refusing to keep HIV silent, Kym is speaking out about her story.

Via the We Are Greater than AIDS campaign

(via curvellas)

yagazieemezi:

strolling | free condoms; pay for tampons, typecasting, “selling out”, angry black woman overcompensation, rape culture & more - cecile emeke 

This is a strolling episode, part of the short documentary film series where I go on a stroll with people and talk about various issues affecting young people.

(via bloxs)

zebablah:

queeniman:

hargeisayachtclub:

kingjaffejoffer:

LOL

I can’t breatheasfagbabahababhaba

this is me everyday in life

omg i want context

23casualties:

I’m a scorpio that mean everybody love me and I got soft skin.

(via forcoloredgirlswhodgaf)

Let’s talk about how im horrible at taking photos. I can barely keep my eyes open. 

Someone assist Let’s talk about how im horrible at taking photos. I can barely keep my eyes open. 

Someone assist Let’s talk about how im horrible at taking photos. I can barely keep my eyes open. 

Someone assist

Let’s talk about how im horrible at taking photos. I can barely keep my eyes open.

Someone assist

snatchedweaves:

katten-jansson:

abcnewsofficial:

bitchcraftandwiggatry:

It’s officially gone too far now.

OH MY GO! this has to stop now…not now but right #NOW!!!

is this fucking serious

(via mettaworldwar)

longlostpoet:

There are dead bodies all over he streets in Shija3eya. Babies and children. 5 ambulances destroyed to get them. This is what US tax money is funding, the complete genocide of the Palestinian people.

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exgynocraticgrrl:

They talk about pornography as a form of fantasy. They actually talk about prostitution as if it were an exercise in fantasy. And it is a part of the pornographers’ effort to hide what they really do in real life, to encourage the use of the word fantasy in place of actual behaviors that really happen, in the real world.
A fantasy is something that happens in your head. It doesn’t go past your head. Once you have somebody acting out whatever that scenario might be in your head, it is an act in the world, it is real. It is real behavior with real consequences to real people.
And so it has been a very brilliant part of the pornographers’ propaganda campaign to protect pornography to characterize the industry as an industry of fantasy…It has nothing whatsoever to do with fantasy, it has to do with a human being actually having happen to them what we see as happen[ing] to them.
And I think it’s just the most extraordinary insult to the human conscience to continue to characterize these real acts to real people as if they only exist in the head of the male consumer. And what that means is his head, his psychology, is more important than her life.

"They call it fantasy," - Andrea Dworkin

exgynocraticgrrl:

They talk about pornography as a form of fantasy. They actually talk about prostitution as if it were an exercise in fantasy. And it is a part of the pornographers’ effort to hide what they really do in real life, to encourage the use of the word fantasy in place of actual behaviors that really happen, in the real world.
A fantasy is something that happens in your head. It doesn’t go past your head. Once you have somebody acting out whatever that scenario might be in your head, it is an act in the world, it is real. It is real behavior with real consequences to real people.
And so it has been a very brilliant part of the pornographers’ propaganda campaign to protect pornography to characterize the industry as an industry of fantasy…It has nothing whatsoever to do with fantasy, it has to do with a human being actually having happen to them what we see as happen[ing] to them.
And I think it’s just the most extraordinary insult to the human conscience to continue to characterize these real acts to real people as if they only exist in the head of the male consumer. And what that means is his head, his psychology, is more important than her life.

"They call it fantasy," - Andrea Dworkin

exgynocraticgrrl:

They talk about pornography as a form of fantasy. They actually talk about prostitution as if it were an exercise in fantasy. And it is a part of the pornographers’ effort to hide what they really do in real life, to encourage the use of the word fantasy in place of actual behaviors that really happen, in the real world.
A fantasy is something that happens in your head. It doesn’t go past your head. Once you have somebody acting out whatever that scenario might be in your head, it is an act in the world, it is real. It is real behavior with real consequences to real people.
And so it has been a very brilliant part of the pornographers’ propaganda campaign to protect pornography to characterize the industry as an industry of fantasy…It has nothing whatsoever to do with fantasy, it has to do with a human being actually having happen to them what we see as happen[ing] to them.
And I think it’s just the most extraordinary insult to the human conscience to continue to characterize these real acts to real people as if they only exist in the head of the male consumer. And what that means is his head, his psychology, is more important than her life.

"They call it fantasy," - Andrea Dworkin

exgynocraticgrrl:

They talk about pornography as a form of fantasy. They actually talk about prostitution as if it were an exercise in fantasy. And it is a part of the pornographers’ effort to hide what they really do in real life, to encourage the use of the word fantasy in place of actual behaviors that really happen, in the real world.
A fantasy is something that happens in your head. It doesn’t go past your head. Once you have somebody acting out whatever that scenario might be in your head, it is an act in the world, it is real. It is real behavior with real consequences to real people.
And so it has been a very brilliant part of the pornographers’ propaganda campaign to protect pornography to characterize the industry as an industry of fantasy…It has nothing whatsoever to do with fantasy, it has to do with a human being actually having happen to them what we see as happen[ing] to them.
And I think it’s just the most extraordinary insult to the human conscience to continue to characterize these real acts to real people as if they only exist in the head of the male consumer. And what that means is his head, his psychology, is more important than her life.

"They call it fantasy," - Andrea Dworkin

exgynocraticgrrl:

They talk about pornography as a form of fantasy. They actually talk about prostitution as if it were an exercise in fantasy. And it is a part of the pornographers’ effort to hide what they really do in real life, to encourage the use of the word fantasy in place of actual behaviors that really happen, in the real world.

A fantasy is something that happens in your head. It doesn’t go past your head. Once you have somebody acting out whatever that scenario might be in your head, it is an act in the world, it is real. It is real behavior with real consequences to real people.

And so it has been a very brilliant part of the pornographers’ propaganda campaign to protect pornography to characterize the industry as an industry of fantasy…It has nothing whatsoever to do with fantasy, it has to do with a human being actually having happen to them what we see as happen[ing] to them.

And I think it’s just the most extraordinary insult to the human conscience to continue to characterize these real acts to real people as if they only exist in the head of the male consumer. And what that means is his head, his psychology, is more important than her life.

"They call it fantasy," - Andrea Dworkin

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