Brittney, cis female, 23.

Personal blog, multi-fandom, feminism.

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16th September 2014

Post reblogged from Black Feminism with 1,444 notes

tashabilities:

bedpartymakeover:

Tumblr is a real-time, continuous documentation of language evolution and race dynamics. Over the last three years I’ve seen the language used by the Black users I follow make its way into the lexicon of white and other nonblack people’s vernacular. It happens rapidly and the astonishing thing is that despite the indisputable and clearly identifiable origins of the words and phrases coined primarily by Black Americans, nonblacks lay immediate claim to the language and use it to trivialize African American culture and dehumanize and persecute its purveyors.

BOOM.

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16th September 2014

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great tv recommendations: in the flesh
↳ "I am a partially deceased syndrome sufferer and what I did in my untreated state was not my fault." [x]

Tagged: in the fleshgif

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16th September 2014

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vertigos:

Tagged: giforphan black

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16th September 2014

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White fandom be like →

the-goddamazon:

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"I would rather see a white male protagonist with a murderer who killed the white dudes family than see him with a Black woman"

"Black women just need to stay single and alone so I can see my two favorite white dudes fuck"

"I dont care about the rape and torture of a Black woman in the narrative…

"But the white male protagonist shouldnt be attracted to the Black woman cus THERES A WHITE WOMAN HE COULD BE WITH INSTEAD!"

"The Black woman just needs to be single because having love would ‘diminish her character.’ Wait, lemme fawn over the love octagon the white woman is getting tho"

"Oh the Black woman is being emotionally abused by the protagonist? Thats what she gets for not being a white woman."

"Black women are a threat to the ‘queer relationship’ between my two favorite white guys."

"NOT ALL OF WHITE FANDOM!"

"The black female character is just useless. She didnt do anything despite saving the world."

"I only liked the black female character when she wasnt a threat to my two white folks ship anymore"

"But Black women should have only been slaves in the Medieval times! Not Queens!"

"How dare a black guy be a knight!"

"You cant make this character Black! They are supposed to represent a UNIVERSAL group!"

"I just cant see this character as Black because the book described the character as innocent, ya know?"

"I didnt feel bad when the Black character got killed in a horrific way. But I’m not racist tho."

"Well who cares that the book said the character was black from an all black neighborhood and surrounded by black people. The best actors for the job were chosen!"

"WHY IS A MAJOR CHARACTER BLACK? IF THEY MADE A MOVIE IN AFRICA ABOUT WHITE PEOPLE EVERYONE WOULD BE MAD!"

"I WILL NEVER EVER SHIP THIS BLACK WOMAN CUS MY TWO FAVORITE WHITE BOYS ARE THE ONLY ONES WHO SHOUKD BE FUCKING!"

"So what if we’ve ignored the moc main character all this time! The black woman was MEAN TO HIM AND SO SHE DESERVES TO DIE!"

"Its homophobic to have a black woman in a relationship with one of the main white male characters."

"She is lazy and never does anything and doesn’t deserve her spot"

"I dont see how the white male lead could be attracted to her black woman self. He should be with the white woman who caused the world to end, almost killed him and tortured his family. Shes a better choice."

"I used to love this Black woman when she was an emotionless Mammy to the white folks but then she started having feelings and actually had a relationship with one of the main white male characters and that’s just not how this is supposed to work"

"But why is this black woman crying when someone she cares about is dying? Ugh, she’s so whiny"

"See, the white woman was such a better role model despite doing nothing the whole time!"

"But I just see the Black woman as a sister/mentor/anything other than a woman in a sexual relationship with teh main white male character"

"But they are married despite the fact that death has already parted them and thus their wedding vows are null and void"

"I’m sorry, I just can’t accept the black female lead as a suitable love interest because black women need to be strong and independent and devoid of any sort of sexual interest okay!"

Ah, the classics.

Source: sourcedumal

16th September 2014

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The main reason I did Captain America was because I wanted to get out of my own head and stop taking my work so seriously. I’d had enough. I was like, “I want to train! I want to be a supergirl! I want a machine gun! I want to look fabulous and be surrounded by hunky bare-chested men! I want to make a movie that people come away from feeling amazing and invincible!

The main reason I did Captain America was because I wanted to get out of my own head and stop taking my work so seriously. I’d had enough. I was like, “I want to train! I want to be a supergirl! I want a machine gun! I want to look fabulous and be surrounded by hunky bare-chested men! I want to make a movie that people come away from feeling amazing and invincible!

Tagged: marvelcasthaley atwell

Source: actressdaily

16th September 2014

Photoset reblogged from BURN ME UP with 136,262 notes

lacigreen:

squidsqueen:

What makes me so happy about this is that she isn’t telling you you must love your body or that you are obligated to. She saying you have permission to. And that’s important, because there are a lot of reasons why people have trouble with self-love.  But the idea that you aren’t supposed to love your body, that you aren’t allowed to for whatever reason, needs to be crushed. If you can’t love you body right now, if your body causes you pain or disphoria or distress, you aren’t required to love it. But you are ALLOWED to. You are entitled to the chance to make peace with your body, if you ever reach a point where you are ready to. No one else should be trying to stop you.

beautifully said ^

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16th September 2014

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xxxshakespearexxx:

Lin Ruixi 林芮西

Tagged: ladiesfashion

Source: xxxshakespearexxx

16th September 2014

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maliafates:

i’ll stand by you

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16th September 2014

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madlori:

tzikeh:

nightingaletherobber:

loud sighing
look kiddos: due to tumblr’s half-baked tagging system (where only so many tags count towards actually categorizing a given post), tags on this site have evolved into an acceptable form of dispensing and sharing commentary, but that is not the case on other websites — ESPECIALLY AO3. tags on AO3 are intended to be functional, not conversational, and not only do excessive paragraphs of tags like these look patently ridiculous and sell your work short, they also make life harder for the site’s tag wranglers who volunteer their time to keep the tags organized so people can actually find your fic.
in short, knock it off.

This is something I would never, ever say in almost any other circumstance, but if you tag your fic on AO3 as if you were tagging a tumblr post, YOU ARE DOING FANDOM WRONG.
OBJECTIVELY WRONG.

AO3 tags are not Tumblr tags, space friends.  Don’t do the thing.

madlori:

tzikeh:

nightingaletherobber:

loud sighing

look kiddos: due to tumblr’s half-baked tagging system (where only so many tags count towards actually categorizing a given post), tags on this site have evolved into an acceptable form of dispensing and sharing commentary, but that is not the case on other websites — ESPECIALLY AO3. tags on AO3 are intended to be functional, not conversational, and not only do excessive paragraphs of tags like these look patently ridiculous and sell your work short, they also make life harder for the site’s tag wranglers who volunteer their time to keep the tags organized so people can actually find your fic.

in short, knock it off.

This is something I would never, ever say in almost any other circumstance, but if you tag your fic on AO3 as if you were tagging a tumblr post, YOU ARE DOING FANDOM WRONG.

OBJECTIVELY WRONG.

AO3 tags are not Tumblr tags, space friends.  Don’t do the thing.

Tagged: ao3

Source: nightingaletherobber

16th September 2014

Photoset reblogged from We are not history yet. We are happening now. with 8,103 notes

branaivanovic:

Harry Potter: Re-imagined 

-Ginny Weasley

-Neville Longbottom

-Luna Lovegood

Tagged: harry potter

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