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a moment of silence and prayer for 68 innocent women, children and men brutally gunned down in a mosque in Iraq today.


There are no words.

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*crops all the white girls out* 
Go the fuck off!!!
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trans girls that probably look better than you (and me tbh) Onjenae Milan and Jennifer Legend

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Harriet Tubman was one of the first ecofeminists but ppl sleep on her b/c she was a Black woman. But it takes such a vast and deep knowledge of geography, ecology, hydrology, soil science, sedimentology,etc to be able to come back and forth from The States to Canada and never get caught and cover your tracks all throughout Northern Appalachia and New England, at all times of the year, 100+ times, freeing 70+ families. Like how many of y’all can go  from here to the next state over with the stars and the land only as your help, and get your location?!?!?!? 

Harriet should be the shining exemplar for eco feminism. Y’all need to have her erected in all y’alls buildings/institutions tbh. Stop  sleepin.

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thecoldestdaughter replied to your post: honestly i feel like the “strong black…

I think it’s because some people think that we’re men. Like, not real women, you know?

mhm i see that.  i was thinking more like people assume that we’re all really brave or strong just by living, which i think to a certain degree is true varying on your situation, but i feel like it takes the humanity out of the individual transition.

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honestly i feel like the “strong black woman” trope is so extra enforced if youre a black trans woman

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L.O.V.E Feelings by Tropic of Cancer
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Clothes by Takashi Nishiyama, photo by Alin Huma
Takashi: “I don’t like the human shape. I wanted to be Godzilla when I was a kid.  I think that’s why. I like three dimensional things. You know, the human shape is kind of flat.  I don’t like that at all. Godzilla has depth, his tail and all…so my clothes tend to be really tall and big..”
4,469 notes "The stereotype of the “strong black women” has been damaging to black women in more ways than I can count. It perpetuates this idea that black women are supposed to be able to handle anything and do it in humble silence. It stunts the range of emotion we are allowed to express for fear of not living up to the standard, of being deemed weak" — MM (via marfmellow)

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