not tagging all these womens ok

i’m so here for the lesbians that didn’t always know.

lesbians that thought they were straight, bi, pan, aroace – anything but a lesbian.

lesbians struggling to accept that you can be a girl and like girls.

lesbians struggling to accept they like girls and only girls.

lesbians that knew on some level that they didn’t like guys but never clued into what that meant.

lesbians who thought that because they didn’t like boys they didn’t like anyone.

lesbians who can’t recognize when they’re attracted to women.

lesbians who repressed their attraction and are only now realizing and embracing their lesbianism.

lesbians who feel alienated from other lesbians and wlw because they’ve never had a crush on another girl.

lesbians who feel like they can’t be lesbians 

This is to all my chubby wlw out there who are scared of being bigger than their partners, and are scared of their weight bc ever since we were little the media shoved it down our throats that to be accepted and attractive in today’s society you have to be skinny, petite, and straight. You’re beautiful regardless of your weight, your love for women is wonderful and valid, it’s ok if your bigger than your partner, I love you, and remember there’s not a damn thing you need to change about yourself

It's #THICKSETTHURSDAY! (Feb 2nd 2017)

It’s time to make some cute art or take some cute selfies to promote body positivity!

-What Is #ThicksetThursday?-

To help promote body positivity, every Thursday we will be spreading the hashtag #ThicksetThursday on Twitter and Tumblr with Art and Selfies!

#ThicksetThursday will be to showcase positive ART and selfies of chubby body types of ALL kinds and sizes!

If you’re an artist and want to participate, all you have to do is draw your favorite characters, celebrities, friends, etc who don’t conform to the “typical” definition of beauty.

Not an artist but proud of your body? Feel free to take a selfie and tag it as well!

This is also not just locked to one gender, art and selfies of and from ALL genders are welcome and encouraged!

Q. “Can I draw an OC?”
A. OCs are allowed!

Q. “Is this just for women?”
A. ALL Genders are welcome! Men, women, trans, agender, everyone!

Q. “Who I want to draw isn’t ‘human’, is that ok?”
A. Yes! Of course!

Q. “Can I Draw _______?”
A. The answer is YES, so long as it has POSITIVE feelings and thoughts!

Q. “What is #ThickThursday all about?”
A. Body positivity and positive thoughts/energy! There’s a lot of negativity in the world, and this is a small way that we can all put out some much needed good feelings!

If you have more questions, PLEASE feel free to ask them, and I will answer!

um here’s a thought

lesbians’ attraction to and desire toward other women is nothing like men’s attraction to and desire toward women. our love is different. our attraction is different. we have no obligation to “empathize” with men just because we’re all attracted to women. our experiences are unique to us and hold absolutely no resemblance to men’s when it comes to loving women

out of all the strange, nonsensical false equivalencies on tumblr, the most puzzling to me right now is the equation of “aphobes”/”REGs” to TERFs???

for one thing “aphobe” has been so divorced from its actual meaning that it now means “anyone who was rude to an ace or aro once” so there’s that

but like… TERFs are literally the scum of the earth? they’re not saying trans women aren’t LGBT, they’re saying trans women don’t exist and they’re actually confused potential rapists/murderers and often advocate for trans women to be jailed or even killed! just for being trans! TERFs have violently physically attacked trans women and support groups like the alt-right because they’re also anti-trans!

like… “REGs” literally only say that asexuality and aromanticism aren’t inherently LGBT identities? that’s it?

just like… how??? could you compare???? those things?????????

like regardless of your opinions on ace discourse, comparing TERFs to REGs is dangerously close to normalizing TERF “““opinions”““ and making them out to be only as bad as ace exclusionism??? when TERFs are literally one of the most dangerous groups out there for trans women, like, right up there with alt-righters???

like, for the love of all the trans women in your life, Do Not compare these two groups as some kind of false equivalency bc you’re comparing the actual murder of trans women to online discourse and that is sooooo fuckin disrespectful

anyway: huge shoutout to all my fellow lesbians dealing with internalized lesbophobia. wanting to be with girls, have sex with girls doesn’t make us gross, dirty, or inherently predatory. lesbians (and trans lesbians especially!) do not have the male gaze - we aren’t men. our attraction to women does not exist in the same context as men’s attrraction to women

Thick Thursday is now #ThicksetThursday

Because the original hashtag was already in use, PLEASE use #ThicksetThursday as your tag for posts!

Signal boosting this is much appreciated!

-What Is #ThicksetThursday?-

To help promote body positivity, every Thursday, I will be attempting to spread the hashtag #ThicksetThursday on Twitter and Tumblr!

#ThicksetThursday will be to showcase positive ART and selfies of chubby body types of ALL kinds and sizes!

If you’re an artist and want to participate, all you have to do is draw your favorite characters, celebrities, friends, etc who don’t conform to the “typical” definition of beauty.

Not an artist but proud of your body? Feel free to take a selfie and tag it as well!

This is also not just locked to one gender, art and selfies of and from ALL genders are welcome and encouraged!

Q. “Can I draw an OC?”
A. OCs are allowed!

Q. “Is this just for women?”
A. ALL Genders are welcome! Men, women, trans, agender, everyone!

Q. “Who I want to draw isn’t ‘human’, is that ok?”
A. Yes! Of course!

Q. “Can I Draw _______?”
A. The answer is YES, so long as it has POSITIVE feelings and thoughts!

Q. “What is #ThickThursday all about?”
A. Body positivity and positive thoughts/energy!  There’s a lot of negativity in the world, and this is a small way that we can all put out some much needed good feelings!

If you have more questions, PLEASE feel free to ask them, and I will answer!

being a lesbian is so isolating and lonely sometimes like lesbian culture is not being able to relate to anything, ever,

every mary-queen-of-thots post ever

mary-queen-of-thots: hurdehhrh I hate centrists and people who watch porn. you are all big old sillies! HAHAHA nazbols

fuck-yeah-centrist-anime: uhm what the heck 😂 rude!

mary-queen-of-thots: hehe bitch I mean except you. anti porn squad!!!

revoltagainstliberals1488: wow. wow! what a fucking pussy. so you think just because I like porn I’m a fucking degenerate? ok you spic faggot

mary-queen-of-thots: my dude, porn is an evil. it fucks up your brain and makes you disrespect women. *tags 20 people* tell em guys

fashiesagainstporn112: yeah man 😬😬like how can you call yourself a “traditionalist” and have porn on your blog. smh so fucking cringey

lolicon-egalitarianism: whoa OP what the fuck?? you can’t tell people not to watch porn you fucking prude. just because you’re a sexually repressed Christian doesn’t mean I shouldn’t be able to jack to underage cartoon porn

revoltagainstliberals1488: kill yourself you fucking autistic weaboo shit never associate with me again

lolicon-egalitarianism: wow ok I’m cringey?? 🙄 says the literal fucking NAZI!!

mary-queen-of-thots: tbfh you’re both totally autistic. it’s all the porn you’re watching hehehe. it rots your brain. *list of 20 links* this is how you can quit porn. God you guys are pathetic smh ://

ok there’s a lot that can be said about the wonder woman film but tbh what mattered to me most is that they nailed diana’s character (gal was amazing i take back everything i thought when they first announced her casting, plus she makes all of us israelis super proud) and the amazons were to fucking die for what a bunch of inspiring goddesses and the cast was amazing and diverse (!!) AND THE SOUNDTRACK GAH it was so so good

so yes it wasn’t perfect but imo it was very well done overall and it’s definitely dc’s best movie installment so far

Happy International Women’s Day!

Here’s to all the amazing women, whether they grace the page or the screen.

Here’s to the strong, independent, badass, intelligent, kind, compassionate, powerful, unique characters; the heroines, the villains, the sidekicks and everything in between.

Here’s to all the girls and women they inspire.

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More t'hy'la and the famous non-denial by Kirk.
I was never aware of the rumor, but I know Spock was aware. Ya ok…
Also, BEST gratification in woman=bi leaning towards women. And the “love partner who comes into sexual heat every seven years” = he has at LEAST thought about it. We also know that vulcan sexuality is not reserved for pon farr times only. This all sounds like “WHAT! NEVER! ME AND SPOCK? THAT’S RIDIC- WHY ARE YOU EVEN ASKING THIS”


I’m liveblogging my reading of “star trek the motion picture” novelization. Will be using the #tmp liveblog tag

Ok last women in CS post:

A lot of people treat “sexism” as a single, monolithic thing. Like, if someone is sexist in one way, they must be sexist in all the ways, since “sexism” is this single binary property that a person either has or doesn’t.

In my experience, this is untrue. In particular, sexism in the “treating women as sexual objects” sense is completely distinct from sexism in the “thinking women are bad at intellectual things” sense.

I’ve met men who objectified me, and disregarded my agency, and thought I just existed to fulfill their sexual needs. But those men respected my abilities at computer science, and said it was part of why they were attracted to me.

Similarly, it’s equally possible for someone to dismiss me as an intellectual, while still respecting my bodily autonomy. I’m sure there’s plenty of men who would never dream, in a million years, of taking advantage of a woman, but who still believe that women can’t do CS. (I suspect there are a lot of traditional Christian American men who feel this way.)

Anyway that’s just a pet peeve of mine. “Sexism” isn’t a single monolithic trait.

anonymous asked:

gay men don't oppress bi women. especially not bi women in straight relationships. straight men oppress all of you. your tags say you think gay cis men to be worse than straight cis men... how do you explain that as not being homophobic?

ok im gonna ignore the ‘especially bi women in straight relationships’ comment, because I’ve said like, four times, I’m not in a straight relationship, but anyways.

to answer your question, i think that gay men tend to be more misogynistic than straight/bi men, because they think they can get away with harassing us because they’re not actually attracted to us. like, I know a lot of women who complain about gay men like grabbing their asses and then brushing it off because “oh no I’m gay so it’s totally fine!!” not to mention, femme gay men + that sassy black women stereotype,,, yikes. im latina so im not going to to go into that because I don’t think it’s my place but y'all know what I’m talking about.

biphobia is super rampant in the lg side of the community. ofc there’s homophobic bi people, I’m not going to pretend there isn’t, but cis lg people have historically oppressed bi people. I don’t think there’s that much of a power imbalance anymore (though I do still believe in some aspects of monosexual privilege, which I will explain if anyone asks me to) but thirty, forty years ago? cis lg people tried their damnedest to keep the ‘bihets’ out of their ~pure queer community~ and a lot of that prejudice is still prevalent today. e.g. lesbians who say they won’t date bi women because we’re all cheaters or they don’t want anyone who’s been with a man.

oppression isn’t cut and dried. there’s a lot of ways in which i have privilege over gay men and gay men have privilege over me. i don’t see how acknowledging this is homophobic.

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