This goes for all white guys.

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sexual liberation comes not just from having sex

but from the decision to have your sexual experiences on your own terms

which can mean deciding to have sex with whomever and however many times you want

or deciding to have no sex

the empowerment comes from the decision and having that decision respected

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i need to get fucked by something other than my life

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Leah Raeder, Unteachable

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Letting down your guard can be really difficult, especially when you are black or brown and have been taught that letting down your guard is a sure way to not survive in a world that wants to kill you. Still, somehow we find ways to do it, to let each other in, to allow friends and lovers into the deepest parts of our hearts. We get hurt, terribly hurt, by each other. And still, we keep trying.

Mia McKenzie: Love, QPOC Style. (via tierracita)

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Something changes the moment you decide you’ve found a person you are ready to reveal parts of your soul to. Something stands out and makes the moment unique. A profound multidimensional clarity resembling a piece of carefully gathered stardust; As if you are whispering “finally” and your eyes fill with light and spontaneity. As if you do not care whether your heart will melt or crumble in the process because your brief courage undoes your tremendous fear of disbelief. You live for these moments; For you are, maybe for one second or more, sweetly forced to surrender yourself to unconditional intimacy. A moment of psychological reward smashing all self-imposed disciplines founded on terror. This is all you need.

Anais Nin


Theres something disconcerting about spending 1/5 of your pay cheque on counselling for a job thats supposed to be paying you more and also driving you to go to counselling.


i am currently in a state of fuck you. 

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wait actually


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Why don't we talk about non-normative relationships failing? ›


Trigger/content warnings: references to rape (including corrective rape), discussion of abusive relationships, victim blaming

There isn’t space to talk about non-normative relationships failing, because there’s a relentless pressure (often from people who aren’t even in relationships!) to present non-normative relationships as the way to fight against compulsory sexuality, a haven from the evils of the sexual world, and basically composed of rainbows and magic.  I’m sorry if this bursts your bubble, but they’re not.  Non-normative relationships don’t work for everyone, and even if they do happen to work for you, they are relationships between human beings and thus have the same messiness and potential for hurt as any other relationships between human beings. 

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Love liberates. It doesn’t bind. Love says. ‘I love you. I love you if you’re in China. I love you if you’re across town. I love you if you’re in Harlem. I love you. I would like to be near you. I’d like to have your arms around me. I’d like to hear your voice in my ear. But that’s not possible now. So I love you. Go.’

Maya Angelou (via dillondean)

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dafuq so good

Resources on Indigenous Feminism ›

The main thing is to be moved, to love, to hope, to tremble, to live.

Auguste Rodin (via thatkindofwoman)

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