@lunar-gypsy uses slurs, dismisses the problem of racism, is an anti-feminist, is sizeist, and is attacking people for their appearance.

listen girl, just because Obama is leading this country does not mean racism has ended. i have seen black boys and girls minding their own business out shopping, only to be stalked by employees. i have seen black men and women being shot on the street for putting their hands up too “menacingly”. when the day comes that people stop using the word n*****, when police stop murdering innocent black people on the streets, when POC i ally have equal rights and advantages, that is the day racism will end. not today. not now unfortunately.

and what the hell does anti-feminism mean??? honestly??? feminism fights for the equality of all the sexes. do you not want to make the same amount of money as men? do you want male victims of rape to be discredited? do you want women to be looked down upon because of their sex? this is what you’re supporting by dissing feminism. you wouldn’t even be able to go to your gym wearing workout clothes if it wasn’t for feminism.

what is your problem degrading overweight people huh? you calling them whales is disgusting. if you don’t find heavier people attractive, whatever. don’t go bashing people and flaunting your shitty opinion publicly. have a heart. obesity is a big problem. this is true. but for god sakes if a bigger person finds themselves beautiful, as they should, shut the fuck up and let them love themselves. you can NOT interfere with there self acceptance. see the SELF there? that is not EVERYBODY ELSE acceptance. you say that since you think you’re beautiful, everyone else calling you ugly is invalid. okay, true. if a fat person thinks they’re beautiful, your opinion of calling them whales is invalid and rude as fuck.

and as for you saying “oh my URL isn’t a slur because i don’t mean it like that” that’s the dumbest thing i have ever heard. if i go out and about saying the n-word and then say “oh hey i didn’t mean it like "that doesn’t make it ANY less racist. that still carries historical weight and pain. you are doing the same thing by using that slur.

i feel sorry for your "better than everyone else” mentality and i hope you find kindness in the future.

anonymous asked:

the fact your bi is such a turn on for guys

You know I was going to ignore this message but no, I can’t.

Female bisexuality is considered by many to be much more accepted than it used to be. But really, is it? Calling a person’s sexuality a “turn on” is fundamentally fetishizing queer existence.  

As Shiri Eisner said “Rather than accepted, female bisexuality is “encouraged” on the sole grounds that it be palatable to straight men. Bisexual women are presented in hypersexualized contexts, as sexual objects for the hegemonic cis straight male gaze, while directly or covertly appealing to a quasi-pornographic fantasy of a (two females and one male) threesome, and while also reassuring us that these women are not really bisexual, but are simply behaving so far for the satisfaction of the presumed male spectator.

Furthermore what about non conventionally attractive bisexual women that men don’t find desirable, or biromantic asexuals? Is their sexuality still “accepted” despite it not being of use to males? Or is female bisexuality only plausible when males can gain sexual gratification from it? 

And if female bisexuality isn’t made into a fetish we are told we are “greedy” and more often than not excluded by many from the lgbt community because we aren’t “gay enough” and apparently have this absurd “bi privilege” of being able to be “straight passing” if in a relationship with a male, completely ignoring and erasing our identities and other prejudice we face.

And this answer doesn’t even cover male bisexuality which arguably faces even more erasure and ignorance in lgbtqia communities and resistance from cis straight people. 

So to sum up, fuck off.

What if the terror a girl faces at twenty-one, when she must decide who she will be, is simply the terror of growing up– growing up, as women were not permitted to grow before? What if the terror a girl faces at twenty-one is the terror of freedom to decide her own life, with no one to order which path she will take, the freedom and the necessity to take paths women before were not able to take?
—  Betty Friedan, The Feminine Mystique