SWrv



west coast living in the east coast suffer from realness
lydiduh:

Enjoy this picture of Michael and Gob being the most Michael and Gob that they have ever been
I guess my feminism and my race are the same thing to me. They’re tied in one to another, and I don’t feel an alliance or an allegiance with upper-class white women. I don’t. I can listen to them and on some level as a human being I can feel great compassion and friendships; but they have to move from their territory to mine, because I know their world. But they don’t know mine.
-Sandra Cisneros, Chicana Feminist Thought (via okbesko)

juilan:

Let me rub my ass all over the American flag and see how long it takes white people to call me a wetback and to tell me to go back to mexico


ewatsondaily:

"I decided that I was a feminist. This seemed uncomplicated to me. But my recent research has shown me that feminism has become an unpopular word. Women are choosing not to identify as feminists. Apparently, [women’s expression is] seen as too strong, too aggressive, anti-men, unattractive."
seasonsofwinterberry:

Autumn at Swan House, Atlanta
Conversation I heard in the club.
  • Shy Guy: Hey there..
  • Random Guy: Hey what's up?
  • Shy Guy: Nothing much, just wanted to say you are really cute.
  • Random Guy: Thanks dude!
  • Shy Guy: So, are you here with anyone?
  • Random Guy: Yeah, my girlfriend just went to the washroom.
  • Shy Guy: Oh God, I'm sorry, didn't know you were straight.
  • Random Guy: That's alright it's cool.
  • Shy Guy: You don't mind me calling you cute?
  • Random Guy: A compliment is a compliment no matter who it comes from.