Unfortunately I have fallen on some hard times. Again. Going from couch to couch isn’t something I thought I’d be doing a few weeks before my 21st birthday, but here I am. Going from my mothers house and now to my brothers. Neither of…
“Femininity in general is seen as frivolous. People often say feminine people are doing “the most”, meaning that to don a dress, heels, lipstick, and big hair is artifice, fake, and a distraction. But I knew even as a teenager that my femininity was more than just adornments; they were extensions of me, enabling me to express myself and my identity. My body, my clothes, and my makeup are on purpose, just as I am on purpose.”—Janet Mock, Redefining Realness (via albinwonderland)
student:hey government can I have some money to go to university
uk government:sure here you go. you'll have to pay it back but only when you're earning £21,000+ a year, and if you don't pay it off after 30 years we'll just write it off, don't worry about it man
scottish government:nah man just go to uni we ain't gonna charge you
us government:no. you gotta pay it yourself. upfront. your parents have to save up from the moment you're born. good luck, fucker.
chilean government:we cant give free education to people who CAN pay it but if ur like living under a bridge and sleeping in a cardboard box we can help and u gonna have to give the triple back right after u graduate
Bisexuals are people, and I’m sure you’re already aware of how different people can be from one another, being bisexual doesn’t make us all the same, it means we have something in common with each other, yeah.
But that’s about it, we’re different people with different views and different experiences, we’re individuals, and we’d all really appreciate it if you dropped the stereotypes and just treated us like any other human being.
“People want to believe gender is something that’s essential, and people repeat these essentialist ideas all the time. ‘Oh, women do that’ and ‘Oh, men do that’ and the reality is that all women don’t anything. We as individuals do what we do, you know, and sometimes that’s informed by gender and sometimes it’s just who we are. And I think all that just makes people really, really uncomfortable because they don’t want to think about who they are.”—Laverne Cox (via albinwonderland)