Bent

Nov 15

“In Rome a vagina is una fica, a term deriving from the fig, a great thing, a delightful gift, a ribboned fruit. Among young Romans, the expression fica is a way to convey something extraordinarily good, akin to “cool.” They even make it into a superlative—fichissimo, meaning that something is the “cuntest” and very good indeed. Una fica is not only a sexually attractive woman, it is anything worthy of possession or experience. Imagine an American guy saying: “Wow, that is so vagina!” You can’t.” —

Pubic hair as public space (via nodicesoldier)

BITCHIN’

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can i now start saying “wow that is sooo vagina!” about cool stuff?

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Jul 19

tumblinfeminist:

FOOL PROOF SEXUAL ASSAULT PREVENTION TIPS.Original Text: http://feminally.tumblr.com/
EDIT: This is NOT a printable poster and it is NOT for sale- sorry folks! It’s just a picture that I’ve made! The biggest size available should be viewable by clicking onto the image :)

tumblinfeminist:

FOOL PROOF SEXUAL ASSAULT PREVENTION TIPS.
Original Text: http://feminally.tumblr.com/


EDIT: This is NOT a printable poster and it is NOT for sale- sorry folks!
It’s just a picture that I’ve made! The biggest size available should be viewable by clicking onto the image :)

May 11

ebompraquemgosta:

gotta love the logo.
wordoyster, m-n-mj.

ebompraquemgosta:

gotta love the logo.

wordoysterm-n-mj.

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May 10

“Sex work in itself is not inherently anti-feminist. What is sexist about strip clubs, pornography and other commercial avenues of sex is the fact that our society has normalized the open expression of men’s sexual desire and not that of women.” —

Strip clubs are not sexist, shaming women for expressing their sexuality is | mndaily.com - Serving the University of Minnesota Community Since 1900 (via sexisnottheenemy)

Real talk.

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Apr 01

“In sixth grade, the same year that puberty hit me with irrevocable force, I had an art teacher, Mr. Blake. (This dates me: few public middle schools have art teachers anymore.) I’ll never forget his solemn declaration that great artists all acknowledged that the female form was more beautiful than the male. He made a passing crack that “no one wants to see naked men, anyway”—and the whole class laughed. “Ewwww,” a girl sitting next to me said, evidently disgusted at the thought of a naked boy. In time, I discovered that Mr. Blake was wrong about this so-called artistic consensus. But it took me a lot longer to unlearn the damage done by remarks like his and by the conventional wisdom of my childhood. I came into puberty convinced both that my male body was repulsive and that the girls for whom I longed were flawless.” — Men are dirty and disgusting, women are pure and flawless. Right? — The Good Men Project Magazine (via sexisnottheenemy)

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Feb 13

curvaceousdee:

A good point. I should have thought of that!

curvaceousdee:

A good point. I should have thought of that!

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Dec 27

heyfatchick:

yearofands:

Day 75 (Bad Angles 4)
December 19th, 2010

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heyfatchick:

yearofands:

Day 75 (Bad Angles 4)

December 19th, 2010

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Dec 26

sexisnottheenemy:

 
“[A]s a person who was assigned female at birth, everything that society would expect of me as a “woman” feels unnatural… The definitions I have experienced around the word transgender often fall in line with my identity, however when I identified as transgender I felt pressure towards becoming the “opposite” gender — that is to say, I felt a pressure to be a man and to adopt masculine behaviors that felt as equally uncomfortable as feminine ones. I also unfortunately felt a pressure to alter my body, and it was ultimately my accepting my body which led me to find happiness in the middle.”
- Jiz Lee: What is Genderqueer?

sexisnottheenemy:

 

“[A]s a person who was assigned female at birth, everything that society would expect of me as a “woman” feels unnatural… The definitions I have experienced around the word transgender often fall in line with my identity, however when I identified as transgender I felt pressure towards becoming the “opposite” gender — that is to say, I felt a pressure to be a man and to adopt masculine behaviors that felt as equally uncomfortable as feminine ones. I also unfortunately felt a pressure to alter my body, and it was ultimately my accepting my body which led me to find happiness in the middle.”

Jiz Lee: What is Genderqueer?

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Nov 17

Fun times. | Indexed

Fun times. | Indexed

Nov 12

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