hinduthug:

dhrupad:

Bush Mama (1979)

When someone asks me if I like pizza

first attempt at a list of ways for men to use privilege less in discussions

radtransfem:

A pro-feminist man sent me an email asking how he could soften the effect of his privilege in mixed-sex discussions.

Attending to pro-feminist men isn’t the most important thing about my feminism, so I didn’t want to take too long on this, but I sketched out the following list.

Because it’s a sketch, it’s incomplete and may contain errors and problems. I’ve tried to filter out as many as possible and I hope it’s more-good-than-harm.

Most significantly, while the list appeals to men to consider how their privileges intersect, the rest of the points only particularly speak to male privilege in an environment where there are no other privileges in play, for example, everyone is equally white. So this list, by itself, is insufficient.

That said, here it is.

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afrolez:

On Friday, April 13, 2012, The Feminist Wire, of which I am a member of its Editorial Collective, published “To Be Anti-Racist Is To Be Feminist: The Hoodie and The Hijab Are Not Equals,” by Adele Wilde-Blavatsky, who is also a U.K. -based member of the Editorial Collective. A link to…

Slavery is the legal fiction that a person is property. Corporate personhood is the legal fiction that property is a person.

Jan Edwards and Molly Morgan (via brownpeople)

(Source: greens.org, via brownpeople)

textsfromhillaryclinton:

A submission from Secretary Hillary Clinton.
Original image by Diana Walker for Time.

textsfromhillaryclinton:

A submission from Secretary Hillary Clinton.

Original image by Diana Walker for Time.

feministharrypotter:

*This is in honor of another amazing life that was lost way too soon. Rest in peace, T.L. Thanks for showing me the best kind of mischief and happiness.

feministharrypotter:

*This is in honor of another amazing life that was lost way too soon. Rest in peace, T.L. Thanks for showing me the best kind of mischief and happiness.

textsfromhillaryclinton:


deliberatepace:
My two cents.More here.

Original image by Kevin Lamarque for Reuters.