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And here we have a giant bruise that I either got while doin’ it, or riding a tandem bike.   Whole spectrum of clumsy over here.

And here we have a giant bruise that I either got while doin’ it, or riding a tandem bike. Whole spectrum of clumsy over here.

Got to write a will so I can be sure my wishes are known. Wish. Singular. I want a gif of a hand doing the jerkoff motion on my grave.

Colonialism is when bees bust their asses to make honey but all the bottles look like bears!

Kim Crosby’s Facebook page(which quoted me yesterday!)

Holy shit, best quote fucking ever, holy shit.

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OMFG I don’t LOL often but Goddamn.

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Perfect analogy is perfect.

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I think the concept of virginity was created by men who thought their penises were so important it changes who a woman is.
Unknown (via funeral)
Bundick? Isn’t that when someone puts their penis in a hotdog bun?

Bundick? Isn’t that when someone puts their penis in a hotdog bun?

Ableism must be included in our analysis of oppression and in our conversations about violence, responses to violence and ending violence. Ableism cuts across all of our movements because ableism dictates how bodies should function against a mythical norm—an able-bodied standard of white supremacy, heterosexism, sexism, economic exploitation, moral/religious beliefs, age and ability. Ableism set the stage for queer and trans people to be institutionalized as mentally disabled; for communities of color to be understood as less capable, smart and intelligent, therefore “naturally” fit for slave labor; for women’s bodies to be used to produce children, when, where and how men needed them; for people with disabilities to be seen as “disposable” in a capitalist and exploitative culture because we are not seen as “productive;” for immigrants to be thought of as a “disease” that we must “cure” because it is “weakening” our country; for violence, cycles of poverty, lack of resources and war to be used as systematic tools to construct disability in communities and entire countries.

Mia Mingus, “Moving Toward the Ugly: A Politic Beyond Desirability” (via disabilityhistory)

i reblogged this quote already but i wanted to reblog this again to really encourage folks to read all of Mia’s speech from which this quote is pulled from - if not to let her poignant words settle into our bodies but to also get the full context. Mia shared this speech at the Femmes of Color Symposium in 2012 in Oakland, CA. in her speech she talks about how important it is to challenge ableism in order to create a femmeness that is not exclusionary. and while she does not politically identify as a femme of color, she has had that experience and it has been molded by her being a disabled woman of color.

it was important for me to reblog this again to acknowledge that while i resonate deeply with this quote as a queer and gender non conforming disabled person of color, my masculinity is conducive to desirability in our society at large and the movement spaces we seek to create for liberation, decolonization, etc. 

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Thought that my 26 year old brain just had: I hope…

Thought that my 26 year old brain just had: I hope this rocking chair isnt giving me hemorroids.

Louisiana strawberries, sour cream, brown sugar.  Holy moly.
#nofilter

Louisiana strawberries, sour cream, brown sugar. Holy moly.
#nofilter

Yes, good.

Yes, good.

When I first met you, I felt a kind of contradiction in you. You’re seeking something, but at the same time, you are running away for all you’re worth.
Haruki Murakami, Kafka on the Shore (via larmoyante)