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Reblogged from wienerdanger
wienerdanger:

patch from dirtsquad, $3.50

wienerdanger:

patch from dirtsquad, $3.50

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Reblogged from crystal-celeste

crystal-celeste:

When I was a student, all that was told to me was how much my cultura didn’t matter. How important European art and standards are, and how totally dominant their aesthetic should be. All I wanted to do was tell my story. And I looked nothing like what is considered relevant or beautiful or important by society’s ideals. But I JUST.KEPT.GOING. Here are some of my pieces. I’m here to uplift and change who is in the spotlight. Powerful womyn of color. My indigenous sisters.

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Reblogged from revolutioninabox-deactivated201
apersnicketylemon:

revolutioninabox:

A pro-life group in Lansing, Michigan says fetal models have helped save a baby from a late-term abortion. Officials with 40 Days for Life in Lansing posted a picture of a set of fetal models that it says helped changed a woman’s mind about having an abortion.“ I showed the 30-week model to a late-term mom who left the clinic and DID NOT have an abortion. Praise God!” the group wrote.

Literally none of these except the final one is anatomically correct. You literally have a minuturized born infant model as your 12 weeks ant 8 weeks fetus, this is BLATANT misinformation and lies.
Additionally abortions at 30 weeks? Aren’t legal ANYWHERE in the world unless the fetus is already fucking dead or cannot survive outside the uterus on it’s own. You didn’t save ANYTHING, or else you are lying about gestational age OR they weren’t actually going for an abortion or you made the whole story up.
This is propaganda, misinformation and lies, it’s disgusting and it doesn’t actually help your movement. This is (among the reasons) why pro choicers think pro liars are full of shit, and refuse to respect you or your movement. 

they love embryos and feotuses, as long as they’re in utero. once [poor] people are born, they can’t stand them. often they say, if women have glass wombs yadda yah. if women had glass wombs they’d start hating feotuses and embroys too.

apersnicketylemon:

revolutioninabox:

A pro-life group in Lansing, Michigan says fetal models have helped save a baby from a late-term abortion. Officials with 40 Days for Life in Lansing posted a picture of a set of fetal models that it says helped changed a woman’s mind about having an abortion.“ I showed the 30-week model to a late-term mom who left the clinic and DID NOT have an abortion. Praise God!” the group wrote.

Literally none of these except the final one is anatomically correct. You literally have a minuturized born infant model as your 12 weeks ant 8 weeks fetus, this is BLATANT misinformation and lies.

Additionally abortions at 30 weeks? Aren’t legal ANYWHERE in the world unless the fetus is already fucking dead or cannot survive outside the uterus on it’s own. You didn’t save ANYTHING, or else you are lying about gestational age OR they weren’t actually going for an abortion or you made the whole story up.

This is propaganda, misinformation and lies, it’s disgusting and it doesn’t actually help your movement. This is (among the reasons) why pro choicers think pro liars are full of shit, and refuse to respect you or your movement. 

they love embryos and feotuses, as long as they’re in utero. once [poor] people are born, they can’t stand them. often they say, if women have glass wombs yadda yah. if women had glass wombs they’d start hating feotuses and embroys too.

(via kaosafro)

Don’t complain about your own exclusion whilst seeking to exclude others

I’ve always found this phrasing “narrow body standards” odd. Too often, it’s in place of fat acceptance. Seeking to exclude FP, whilst trying to  appear not to. I find it hard to relate to people moaning about standards they perceive as not including them, at the same time as they are pointedly excluding others.

Reblogged from thisisthinprivilege

thisisthinprivilege:

stoat-s replied to your post “I’m curious and I’d like to get your opinion on it, but if it’s not…”

His weight gain was intentional, just because he felt like doing it. And he lost the weight for the same reason

If he wanted to get fat, then why the hell was he fat-shaming? What an asshole.

McElhenney has already lost nearly half the weight in a month, after spending five months packing it on.

I cannot begin to imagine how that feels. Indeed, I don’t think I’ve ever heard of anyone who gains and loses in this way. I’m sure there are others, they just keep it to themselves. 

And you’ve lost 23 pounds in a month? That’s the most amazing part of this.
MCELHENNEY: Losing it is easy. You just stop eating so f—ing much. [I’m also] working out three times a week. Regardless of your metabolism, if you stop consuming so many calories, you will lose weight.

Typically clueless 5-minute-fatty gainer logic [fat for five mins and thinks he knows it all] w/e. Reminder, they do it for themselves, no matter what they tell us.

He says he gained weight in his comedy show to point out what he calls the vanity in other shows where the actors get progressively better looking as series go on. Due to their stars getting richer.

He says some other things too about how his mood changed and how upbeat he felt, due to the extent of energy he’d taken in. That’s why the body uses hunger/appetite and metabolic shifts to try and stop a person’s overall mood from sinking.

And shield your eyes fat guys, penis anxiety rears its head [see what I did there?!]

Revealing in ways he doesn’t suspect.

Reblogged from whhhoaaaaa
whhhoaaaaa:

Still pretty impressed with myself that this happened

the upside.

whhhoaaaaa:

Still pretty impressed with myself that this happened

the upside.

Reblogged from skinnyesque
skinnyesque:

Are you a fat shammer masquerading as a personal trainer? (Or as a motivational fitblr/healthblr?)
http://www.bionicafitwarrior.com/personaltrainer-or-fatshamer/

interesting insight into the real value they place on their own freely chosen way of life.

skinnyesque:

Are you a fat shammer masquerading as a personal trainer? (Or as a motivational fitblr/healthblr?)

http://www.bionicafitwarrior.com/personaltrainer-or-fatshamer/

interesting insight into the real value they place on their own freely chosen way of life.

Reblogged from journeytorediscoverme
Reblogged from red3blog

red3blog:

Negative space.

This’ll make you smile. Alison Hammond, having the time of her life, dancing the cha cha to “I’m every woman” with Aljaž Skorjanec.