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Love & Lesbians♡


The intent of this group of photos is to illustrate the countless comments fat women are told by their peers, elders and countless random people on how exactly they should dress. We’re told our bodies are offensive. That the only way to resolve the suggested “problem” is to cover up, to make ourselves more appealing by putting clothes over our stretch marks, our cellulite, our so-called “imperfections”. We see magazines with How to Get Your (Very Unattainable) Perfect Bikini Body as highlights and heaven forbid a fat woman with a stomach be seen in a bikini. We are encouraged to buy cover ups to go over our sad one piece because “no one wants to see that big of a stomach”.

People have told me my shirt is too low-cut “for a fat girl to be wearing”. People have told me “those horizontal stripes make you look even worse”.
People have told me that I need to wear pants instead of shorts in 100+ degree Texas weather because my cellulite is showing.

People think they have the right to dress you as a mannequin because they feel better when you aren’t visible under the clothes they drape over you. 

You do you, you dress you, you do whatever the hell you want and what makes you happy.

And for all the people who have contributed to this ridiculous notion that we can’t seem to dress ourselves, this is a not so subtle FUCK YOU.

(via queeringfeministreality)

Please appreciate my new blazer, because I might never take it off. I plan to die in this blazer.

Please appreciate my new blazer, because I might never take it off. I plan to die in this blazer.

  • Me: I'm going to get up early and spend the day writing so I can socialise and relax and just generally enjoy myself later.
  • Me: *naps all day*
"Queerbaiting is the silent killer in our televisions. Please, make sure your favorite shows get tested early and often. In the first stages of queerbaiting, the disease is regularly mistaken for actual representation and the start of a romantic arc. Symptoms include lingering physical contact, intense gazes, vague but seemingly meaningful confessions and innuendo-filled dialogue. One of the most prevalent symptoms is referred to by the medical community as “eye sex,” with hundreds of cases on record. So far, the only cure for queerbaiting seems to be not engaging with the show itself, but the more time that passes, the deeper the investment and thus the more difficult the treatment."

— Kate via And They Lived Heterosexually Ever After: Why I’m Not Recapping Once Upon A Time Anymore | Autostraddle (via autostraddle)

(via the-unmistakable-man)

my favorite line in all of cinematic history 

my favorite line in all of cinematic history 

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"This is for the first time I heard the word, ‘heteronormative’ and felt like I was handed a corkscrew after years of opening the bottle with my teeth."

Lauren Zuniga, Confessions of an Uneducated Queer [x] (via hurryuppleaseitstime)

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Epigraphs from Lemony Snicket’s A Series of Unfortunate Events as tweets

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This is an ad created by a Flemish classical music festival in an attempt to appeal to more young people.

psss dvorakoholic


What just happened?!?!
My jaw won’t come back up, the tears won’t stop, and the laughter hurts.

I wanna see them do Turkish March

I’m caught on that line between disgust and hysterical laughter right now

Nice asscelerando there.

Is there any other way to dance to Dvorak? 

(via perks-of-being-a-poet)


My new favorite gif


My new favorite gif

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