|White feminist:||WE NEED TO BAN ALL RAP MUSIC BECAUSE IT DEGRADES WOMEN|
|White feminist:||*ignores One Direction romanticizing low self esteem*|
|White feminist:||*ignores John Mayer's sexist, racist quote about black women*|
|White feminist:||*ignores Taylor Swift's internalized misogyny*|
|White feminist:||*ignores Tina Fey's sex shaming and racism*|
Another conspiracy theory that was actually true.
Nicki Minaj is the best.
I like how this barely has any reblogs/likes, but let it be her yelling at someone or defending her self against some snide remark from another celebrity or her going on a rant and it would have 10x the amount of reblogs with nothing but hate in the comments section.
My friend worked at a group home for kids. One of the boys wanted to become a rapper and wrote her. She called him, gave him a free verse and told him to keep chasing his dream.
"Disability activists abandon their wheelchairs and mobility devices and crawl up the 83 stone steps of the U.S. Capital Building demanding the passage of the American with Disability Act, March 12, 1990."
I feel like there is a trend where photos of monumental moments in civil and human rights are presented in black and white, which really distracts from the reality that this happened less than 25 years ago.
This is a fucking badass demonstration and to present fighting ableism as something that happened a long long time ago is really just not reality.
Yeah, I think that it presents this in a sort of “we’ve come so far since then” kind of light, when that’s just not true. For example, in 2009 ADAPT protested the lack of long-term care services in the health care reform legislation with a very similar protest/sit-in:
Kelis - Caught Out There
Kathryn Bigelow, director of The Hurt Locker, is the only woman EVER to win a Best Director Oscar. Only 4 women have ever been nominated. Women made up only 6% of Directors for the top movies of 2013. There were NO female nominees for directing, cinematography, film editing, writing (original screenplay), or music (original score) during last year’s Academy Awards.