Look at Esmeralda tho, she like da fuck you smokin old man get out of my damn face, you creepy
No dudebros seriously every time you think that a girl is responsible for your bodily urges, you are Frollo
you are Frollo and you will die a fiery death
don’t be Frollo
Motivated by a strong desire to show that “average is beautiful,” Lamm has decided to make his designs come to life with a doll called “Lammily.”
Lamm decided to take matters into his own hands after being bombarded with questions about where to buy a Barbie of normal size. The entreprenuer is offering prototypes of his toy to the first people to donate to his Kickstarter campaign, but his plan is to evetnually be able to distribute the doll widely online and in retail.
The Lammily doesn’t just have the realistic proportions of the average 19-year-old woman — she also has accentuated wrists, knees, elbows and feet. This is pretty awesome because unlike her buddy Barbie, who is forever stuck with her arms folded like she’s about to serve a cheese plate, Lammily will be able to “play” sports and other activities.
“I see the future of Lammily so that it has different races, different body types, body types which are healthy too.” It’s too bad the prototypes won’t feature these things, but they’re coming.
O…kay? This doesn’t mean anything to me. This doesn’t change my mind on the issue of bodily autonomy. You’re just talking yourself in circles.
100% of forced pregnancies are violating a person’s bodily autonomy.
1% is not equal to zero. 1% of 6 billion is 60 million. Surprisingly these people actually exist, even when people attempt to marginalize them. They don’t deserve to die because bigots deny them abortions.
Also…nice slogan? “sometimes abortion is used to save the life of the mother………………………………….ABOLISH HUMAN ABORTION!!”
Haha…And a prolifer shows yet again how fucking hypocritical they are and that they don’t care about saving lives, they care about controlling women’s bodies. And honestly? I wouldn’t give a flying fart if out of all the people in the world, only one person ever needed an abortion to save his/her/their life I’d still advocate for prochoice. In fact, I would still advocate for prochoice even if nobody died from pregnancy or giving birth. Prochoice is giving women, trans men and other genders who are FAAB bodily autonomy which they deserve. That is not to undermine the fact that abortion saves women’s lives.
Bi Definition Bisexuals are people with the (some include “inborn” or “innate”) capacity to form enduring physical, romantic, (some include “spiritual”) and/or emotional attractions to:
(1) those of the same gender as themselves
(2) those of different genders/gender presentations from themselves.
There may be an individual attraction for one gender or gender presentation which can also be fluid and changeable over time.
Bisexuality is not synonymous with being polyamorous (some include “or promiscuous”). Individual bisexual people may be celibate, asexual, monogamous or non-monogamous just as individual straight, lesbian or gay people can be.
No matter what their own gender/gender presentation or the gender/gender presentation of the person they are partnered with, bisexual people remain bisexual. They do not suddenly switch orientation as if by magic when they enter into a relationship.
reblogging this picture for prosperity… and so you understand what bisexuality actually is ;-)
Penguin falls down resulting in best sound ever [x]
oh my god
they all gasped like OHHH
IM CRYING IM PHYSICALLY CRYING HE FALLS AND THERE ALL LIKE WHAAAAWHOA U OK BRO AND HE GETS UP LIKE *SIGH* YEAH ITS FINE
**counts the seconds until some racist republican says something like “but slaves were documented, their captains had papers”*
First in a series of unrelated feminist comics I started in March titled Tables Turned; each comic takes a socially accepted trend and switches the genders to expose the ways women are treated in media and society as a whole. I have yet to be able to work on the next in the series but several more comics are scripted.
There’s fine print on Han’s leg, it says: “We don’t know. He sleeps with the main character and then we stuff him in the fridge. What else are we supposed to do with him?”
So there’s this thing that I’ve always known about, that @Karynthia, @Blackamazon, @so_treu @weseerace and @bad_dominicana discuss often, about how terms, ideas and scholarship that Black women create are not associated with their originators or even with any Black women at all (and not even speaking of just plagiarism; I mean erasure). Or worse, they’re used against Black women. Or even worse, people actively fight the terms’ existences especially within mainstream feminism.
Womanism. Intersectionality. Matrix of domination. Misogynoir. Four of the many concepts that are fought tooth and nail to not exist (especially the latter since it’s newest). Subject to the scrutiny of imperialist White supremacist capitalist patriarchy (this is bell hooks’ combined term) and how it shapes epistemology. Eventually once accepted, then they are disconnected from its originators often for the purpose of silencing other Black women. There’s people who use the terms and ideas to push their agenda (agendas that usually exclude Black women) yet none of the originators are anywhere on their sites. No tags. Not mentioned in conversation or teaching. Nowhere. And even when they discuss modern issues in feminism, they refuse to name Black women currently doing the work. They gladly name any White woman they’re referring to.
This is not about Black women wanting “White approval” as utterly boring and predictable Whites and some Black men (who also try to silence Black women with other Black women’s words) will suggest, a notion I already deconstructed in the past. It’s about a long history of taking and erasure. Taking. Erasure. This has a history as certain aspects of Black progressive politics are regularly appropriated and then used by Whites to shame or exclude Black people.
Anytime I mention Black women’s work, all of a sudden it becomes “unethical” or “greedy” to credit our work or idea spreading and education is deemed “impossible” if our names, contributions, ideas and praxis are mentioned. I am fascinated by multi-degreed, multiple column-writing White feminists who can’t figure out who coined “intersectionality” or what it actually means. This is willful ignorance shaped by a need to erase Black women’s work/relevance in feminism on the surface and marginalizes Black women, in general.
Coulson & Ward vs. technology
Like, the thing I loved about this is the first bit especially.
Because does anyone remember in Star Trek IV when Scotty picks up the mouse and is like “Computer.” and nothing happens, and the guy has to tell Scotty to use the mouse? And it’s funny because the voice-activated computers are something of science fiction?
But here we are, thirty years later, with the exact same situation- Ward has to actually push the “on” button to turn it on. But the joke isn’t that Ward is expecting sci-fi technology, the joke is that’s how you’d expect technology like that to actually work. He’s saying it exactly like you’d say “Siri, send a text message” or “Glass, take a picture.”
Which brings me to another thing, we’ve always had tones of voice like your angry voice, your seductive voice, “The Mom Voice”, and now, we’ve developed an entire way of speaking that we use for the exclusive purpose of giving spoken directions to a computer.
can we please stop fucking temporarily (or permanently) making elevators inoperable to “encourage” ppl to take the stairs
like wtf am i supposed to do w this goddamn cane then, astral project to my destination?
honestly companies/places that do that are scum
so they legit made this a thing and no one thought “hey not everyone can use stairs” are you kidding me omg how are you that dumb i cant do it goodbye world
Here is “Knot”, a short comic I drew to sell at Mocca and TCAF this year. The printed version is going to be SO PRETTY. I’m in love with the cover (which I will post later).
I just wanted to do something fairy-tale-like that talked about doubts and frustrations and how to deal with them. I’m really happy with how colorful and adorable the story turned out to be.
If you enjoyed “Knot”, please consider reblogging it and/or checking out my ongoing webcomic Namesake! HUGS TO ALL OF YOU!
A lovely comic by a lovely person. <3