Ovaries so big, we don't need NO fucking balls!

vasawp:

Kiana Hayeri grew up in Tehran, where the country’s morality police restricted her public behavior. She left in 2005 when she was 17 and moved to Toronto, where she studied photography at Ryerson University.

Her project’s title, “Your Veil Is A Battleground,” refers not just to the hijab covering — or not covering — their heads in public, which is law under the islamic republic, but also to the hidden nature of their private lives. It goes beyond the restrictions placed on women in public or their private rebellion. Ms. Hayeri also explores how the women choose to present themselves in public.

“It’s a whole world that many Americans are unaware of,” she said. “Nowadays, with all this talk about war, sanctions and nuclear weapons, people tend to forget about ordinary people, the actual people who live in Iran, and they only look at the government.”

“This is the generation that is trying to push the boundaries in every sense.”

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Rather than accepted, female bisexuality is “encouraged” on the sole grounds that it be palatable to straight men. Bisexual women are presented in hypersexualized contexts, as sexual objects for the hegemonic straight male gaze, while directly or covertly appealing to a quasi-pornographic fantasy of a (two females and one male) threesome, and while also reassuring us that these women are not really bisexual, but are simply behaving so for the satisfaction of the presumed male spectator.

—Shiri Eisner, Bi: Notes for a Bisexual Revolution, p.159 (via bisexual-books)

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maarnayeri:

demonize poor women for wanting to terminate pregnancy they can’t afford

demonize poor women for applying for government assistance to raise the child they didn’t want because they couldn’t afford it by referring to them as “welfare queens”

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pinoy-culture:

jadedcoconut:

iaskforpleasurefirst:

nativeamericannews:

Lakota girl, ca.1875

This isn’t a Lakota girl she’s a Filipina mestiza de sangley

Bah! way to erase the woman’s identity. Check your sources, gdi. *glares*

And her portrait is one of the most famous old portraits and recognizable among many Pilipin@s. The photo, which is called Mujer de la clase rica, was indeed taken in 1875, but not of a Lakota girl but a Filipina/Chinese mestiza by Dutch photographer Francisco van Camp who was well known during the 19th century for his refined portraits in the Philippines.


Missing my BFF in SF

pinoy-culture:

jadedcoconut:

iaskforpleasurefirst:

nativeamericannews:

Lakota girl, ca.1875

This isn’t a Lakota girl she’s a Filipina mestiza de sangley

Bah! way to erase the woman’s identity.

Check your sources, gdi. *glares*

And her portrait is one of the most famous old portraits and recognizable among many Pilipin@s. The photo, which is called Mujer de la clase rica, was indeed taken in 1875, but not of a Lakota girl but a Filipina/Chinese mestiza by Dutch photographer Francisco van Camp who was well known during the 19th century for his refined portraits in the Philippines.

Missing my BFF in SF

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garbados:

Ally is a title bestowed, not a title claimed. If someone says you’re hurting them, and you reply, “but I’m an ally” then you’re not an ally. You’re an abuser.

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We ready for this Clit Mass fundraiser with an overdose of estrogen!!!  #clitoralmass. #ovarianpsycos #weneedcashmoney #clitsRus

We ready for this Clit Mass fundraiser with an overdose of estrogen!!! #clitoralmass. #ovarianpsycos #weneedcashmoney #clitsRus