PLANET QUEEN

Craft Goddess, Makeup Queen, Self-Made, DIY Trans-Woman on a mission.

If someone has told you that a particular word hurts them and perpetuates oppression on them and people like them, what can you possibly have to gain from continuing to use that word casually? Like why do you need it. Why do you need to say shem*le or tr*nny or n****** or any other words like that. Like forget over sensitivity and forget concepts of political correctness and forget the idea of reclaiming slurs (because they’re not yours to reclaim if they don’t refer to you) and just fucking think about what you want from this situation. What do you get from using these words.

I looked at this earlier while half asleep and was convinced it was rotoscoped. Soo yeah…

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beautifulsouthasianbrides:

MU by:Anisha Siddique


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beautifulsouthasianbrides:

MU by:Anisha Siddique

gORGEOUS

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bitch-media:

report from the National Transgender Discrimination Survey conducted by the National Gay & Lesbian Task Force and the National Center for Transgender Equality, found that transgender people faced double the rate of unemployment of the general population, with 63 percent of the transgender people surveyed reporting they experienced a serious act of discrimination that majorly affected their ability to sustain themselves. These numbers are even worse for trans people of color, especially trans women of color, the deaths of whom have been deemed a “state of emergency.” 

Trans women have been saddled with the responsibility of taking on trans-exclusionary feminists for far too long—but it’s not their issue to deal with alone. 

Read: It’s Time to End the Long History of Feminism Failing Transgender Women by Tina Vasquez at BitchMedia.org.  Type illustrations by Michelle Leigh

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ruinedchildhood:

when bae mad at you

ruinedchildhood:

when bae mad at you

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i-justreally-like-cats-okay:

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