important things: be curious, passionate, dismantle the Kyriarchy, listen, keep learning, intersectionality is crucial, stories, art, and people.


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angryasianfeminist:

Columbia Students Bring Out Mattresses To Support Senior Emma Sulkowicz’s Rape Survivor Project

A few weeks ago, this article about Emma Sulkowicz carrying her extra-long twin size mattress to every class, every day circulated Tumblr.  This Friday, Columbia students have joined to support her and in this article, it says “Sulkowicz told The Huffington Post that students have frequently tried to help her carry her heavy mattress around campus. For the most part, she said, she’s only had to carry it alone when reporters followed her and asked for shots with Sulkowicz carrying it by herself.”

(photos are not mine, they’re from the article)

Here is the live Twitter feed for the event

brandonscottherrell:

 Appleton Pass, 2014.

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http://irresistible-revolution.tumblr.com/post/87139445209/i-feel-some-kind-of-way-about-all-these-white

irresistible-revolution:

I feel some kind of way about all these white women writing poems and posts about “feminist dragons” and “monstrous femininity” without

a) acknowledging how Black women have been writing and theorizing and making art about these concepts for a long ass time

b) recognizing the intersection of…

shit-justice-warrior:

Why aren’t we doing this in all 50 states??

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For a star to be born, there is one thing that must happen: a gaseous nebula must collapse. So collapse. Crumble. This is not your destruction. This is your birth.

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wocinsolidarity:

not-homophobic-but:

These tweets from @OfRedAndBlue are very important.

RIGHT!!!?!?? like we’re not playing a theoretical game here, we’re talking about people’s LIVES

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Tomorrow is September 11th. If you see somebody being Islamophobic toward Muslims or non-Muslim Arabs and Sikhs, don’t stand by and do nothing. Shut that shit down!

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Be soft, kind and loving. But also take nobody’s shit.

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jsarloutte:

On my own, Autoportrait, embroidery, 2014.

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zubat:

alittledreamofimagination:

TODAY, SEPTEMBER 10, IS WORLD SUICIDE PREVENTION DAY. IF YOU ARE FEELING SUICIDAL, PLEASE GET HELP. | REBLOG, AND YOU MIGHT SAVE A LIFE.

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Do not whine… Do not complain. Work harder. Spend more time alone.

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Don’t ever compliment me by insulting other women. That’s not a compliment, it’s a competition none of us agreed to.

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