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liberalsarecool:

Five conservative judges are changing the laws set by Congress. They are changing the election system and the protections established over centuries in order to provide unlimited campaign funding for the mega-wealthy.
The right wing talks of tyranny and here it is.

liberalsarecool:

Five conservative judges are changing the laws set by Congress. They are changing the election system and the protections established over centuries in order to provide unlimited campaign funding for the mega-wealthy.

The right wing talks of tyranny and here it is.

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If you think of a stylish white woman, especially when she is thin, minimal ornamentation and neutral colors and “effortless” hair can be considered part of her coolness, transpose the lack of ornamentation, neutral beiges and greys, and under-styled hair on a fat woman or even a fat woman of color and I bet your bottom dollar that many would find her appearance lacking, “sloppy” even.

I find this outrageously unfair because if you have read any fashion magazine since the mid-nineties, there has been a place for minimalism and under-styling.

Is this place only for thin, white, girls? I surely don’t think so!

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The Politics of Looking “Sloppy”

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dium:


brokenglassgirl:

brokenglassgirl:

This is really personal to me. I went to the place where I was attacked (molested but not raped) for the first time today since it happened two years ago. I was questioning whether or not it was my fault and thinking about all of the people that pass by that place casually with no idea what happened, and I wrote this. I think it needed to be written. that is the wall I was held against. That is what I wrote today. That is my shadow. And I feel stronger now for writing that.

I’m just going to keep bringing this up I think it’s important

this is really important it needs more notes

dium:

brokenglassgirl:

brokenglassgirl:

This is really personal to me. I went to the place where I was attacked (molested but not raped) for the first time today since it happened two years ago. I was questioning whether or not it was my fault and thinking about all of the people that pass by that place casually with no idea what happened, and I wrote this. I think it needed to be written. that is the wall I was held against. That is what I wrote today. That is my shadow. And I feel stronger now for writing that.

I’m just going to keep bringing this up I think it’s important

this is really important it needs more notes