1. I cannot comfortably live as only man or only woman in this world. Call it genderqueer, ladyboi, cross dresser; however makes sense to you. I am more. I am xozox.

    I cannot comfortably live as only man or only woman in this world. Call it genderqueer, ladyboi, cross dresser; however makes sense to you. I am more. I am xozox.

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  3. bashi-bazouk:

peppercyanide:

sisterwolf:


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I never even
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How did they get away with that
AH
I LOVE THIS

What do you mean how did they get away with it?
History isn’t one straight line progressing towards a liberal society.
Look how much Americans attitudes have changed between 1980 and today. 1980 was the first time most very religious people voted, they abstained before that at the behest of their churches. Now they dictate policy at every election.
In my family photo album there are pictures from the 20s of a woman called ‘uncle bob’. She dressed in men’s clothing, and had a ‘companion’. This was a rough industrial town, they were working class, nobody cared. It was her business.
This is why politics is important - the moment you think everything is better today than it was in the past, you let other people take control of the direction society goes in - with you sitting back presuming we’re going forwards.

    bashi-bazouk:

    peppercyanide:

    sisterwolf:

    via

    I never even

    c

    wow

    How did they get away with that

    AH

    I LOVE THIS

    What do you mean how did they get away with it?

    History isn’t one straight line progressing towards a liberal society.

    Look how much Americans attitudes have changed between 1980 and today. 1980 was the first time most very religious people voted, they abstained before that at the behest of their churches. Now they dictate policy at every election.

    In my family photo album there are pictures from the 20s of a woman called ‘uncle bob’. She dressed in men’s clothing, and had a ‘companion’. This was a rough industrial town, they were working class, nobody cared. It was her business.

    This is why politics is important - the moment you think everything is better today than it was in the past, you let other people take control of the direction society goes in - with you sitting back presuming we’re going forwards.

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  5. jabbernowle:

god gave us two hands for a reason

    jabbernowle:

    god gave us two hands for a reason

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  7. Show the world we want a phone worth keeping! #phonebloks


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    Show the world we want a phone worth keeping! #phonebloks


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  9. shuyomondai:

scrapscallion:

When we talk about androgynous fashion, we usually mean female-presenting people in outfits that incorporate or echo menswear. One seldom sees male-presenting people doing the same with womenswear, at least in the mainstream.
I think some of that must be a side effect of the privileging of traits, roles, and characteristics associated with masculinity over those associated with femininity—a woman in masculine-associated roles or clothing is moving in the direction of higher status and increased social privilege, at least implicitly; a man in feminine-associated roles or clothing, lower. We associate women in menswear with freedom and assertion; men in womenswear with deviation, grotesquerie, and parody.
How fucked up is that?

this needs to be a thing way more

    shuyomondai:

    scrapscallion:

    When we talk about androgynous fashion, we usually mean female-presenting people in outfits that incorporate or echo menswear. One seldom sees male-presenting people doing the same with womenswear, at least in the mainstream.

    I think some of that must be a side effect of the privileging of traits, roles, and characteristics associated with masculinity over those associated with femininity—a woman in masculine-associated roles or clothing is moving in the direction of higher status and increased social privilege, at least implicitly; a man in feminine-associated roles or clothing, lower. We associate women in menswear with freedom and assertion; men in womenswear with deviation, grotesquerie, and parody.

    How fucked up is that?

    this needs to be a thing way more

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