- it’s okay to be genderfluid but usually a girl
- it’s okay to be genderfluid but usually a boy
- it’s okay to be agender one day and bigender the next
- it’s okay to not identify as any specific gender
- it’s okay to keep your gender to yourself
- your gender is your own goddamn business
Wheelchair bondage occurs far less frequently than journalists would have us believe.
what if there was a show where every character was gay and you had the token straight guy character who acted really stereotypical and was into cars beers and women and everyone was like OH STRAIGHT LARRY YOU’RE SO FUNNY AND STRAIGHT
The Font Conference. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=i3k5oY9AHHM
i need to know what comic sans would look like
Watch the video.
Oh my frickin shit
What the fuck did I just watch
everyone should watch this!
NOBODY USES MICROSOFT WORKS!
Purr = happy cat noise
Gato = Spanish for cat
Purgatory = infinite realm of happy Spanish cats
"I learned the lesson that great men cultivate love, and that only little men cherish a spirit of hatred. I learned that assistance given to the weak makes the one who gives it strong; and that oppression of the unfortunate makes one weak."
This is rad.
I also just only recently learned this about Rosa Parks from a history podcast: the reason her situation gained so much attention was that the Black community was actively looking for a test case to use to challenge segregation laws, and she had no inane ‘fault’ (not trying to cast any shame on single mothers, not at all) in her personal life that opponents could latch on to in order to derail the conversation. She was definitely not the first or only person to be arrested for a bus protest — she was just in the ‘right’ place & time and was already connected with Black political organizers in Montgomery.
Also, the time everyone remembers her being arrested was the second time she was arrested for not giving up her seat for a white person; the same driver called the cops on her both times.
Something else I learned: sadly enough, she had the most trouble finding a job for most of the rest of her life, which sucks.
Image description: Dark purple background with light gray text that reads “What is “ablesplaining”? Ablesplaining is a patronizing “explanation” of any aspect of disability from someone who does not have the lived experience of being disabled. An ablesplainer’s opinion is often shared without request and with a grossly inflated sense of entitlement. Don’t be an ablesplainer.”
Yeah because someone else might know more about a disability than someone having that disability like a physiotherapist or a nurse, alas no they’re evil “ablesplaining” oppressors.
Knowing “about” (or studying) disability and knowing exactly what the lived experience is… are 2 different things. If a doctor/therapist/professional decides/claims they know more about actually living with a disability than the disabled person who actually has it and they believe they are better suited to speak about the experience of being disabled than said disabled person…then yes, they are ablesplainers.
I love this post so much
my hand slipped
the water made me a gay autistic communist lmao. fuck outta here
I like how this is getting closer and closer to saying I don’t exist. In like two years, I won’t exist because they never change that “50 years ago”.
I’m an autistic and bisexual 49 year old. Darn… German water, I guess, since I was in Germany as a wee tyke.
GUYS COMMUNSIN IS UPON US! AND THE NORTHWESTORDER
This is better than when my dad called me a pinko commie in a rage.