sometimes, always and never

the ramblings of an awkward, indecisive, queer, adopted asian who is a fan of food, ampersands, and cats.

Jul 29

moyazb:

mindthefilth:

Poster reads:
"WE DON’T wanna MARRY, WE JUST wanna FUCK (and flame, freak out, flaunt it, fuck up, figure it out, figure it out again, and do something with our lives that isn’t just about property rights and patriarchy, OK?)"
by QACC (Queers Against Capitalist Crap)


GPOY

moyazb:

mindthefilth:

Poster reads:

"WE DON’T wanna MARRY, WE JUST wanna FUCK (and flame, freak out, flaunt it, fuck up, figure it out, figure it out again, and do something with our lives that isn’t just about property rights and patriarchy, OK?)"

by QACC (Queers Against Capitalist Crap)

GPOY

(via mightyfemme)


“And you tried to change, didn’t you? Closed your mouth more. Tried to be softer, prettier, less volatile, less awake… You can’t make homes out of human beings. Someone should have already told you that. And if he wants to leave, then let him leave. You are terrifying, and strange, and beautiful. Something not everyone knows how to love.” For Women who are difficult to love, Warshan Shire (X)

(via mightyfemme)


Jul 27
“I think the lesson is that romantic love will not save me, that hanging my desire for a family and connection on romantic love has not been a successful strategy for me. And I finally get it, that connection is something much deeper and broader…”

Mary Gauthier on NPR’s Fresh Air on Tue June 24, 2014 2:28 pm.

Listen to the whole interview!


littleteashi:

Shy girl #drawing #sketch #littleteashi

littleteashi:

Shy girl #drawing #sketch #littleteashi


Jul 26

John Waters’ Cry-Baby (1990)

(via vintagegal)



historical-nonfiction:

In 1927, two German gynecologists Zondek and Aschheim developed the rabbit test. They injected a woman’s urine into a female rabbit. The rabbit was then examined over the next couple days. (Read: killed and surgically examined.) If the rabbit’s ovaries responded to the female’s urine, then hCG was present and the woman was pregnant. For the first time there was a test that accurately detected pregnancy and it was widely used from the 1930s to 1950s. All rabbits that were used in the program had to be surgically operated on and were killed. It was possible to perform the procedure without killing the rabbits, but it was deemed not worth the trouble and expense. Today, modern science doesn’t need to kill rabbits, but the rabbit test is considered a stepping stone during the middle of the 20th century.

historical-nonfiction:

In 1927, two German gynecologists Zondek and Aschheim developed the rabbit test. They injected a woman’s urine into a female rabbit. The rabbit was then examined over the next couple days. (Read: killed and surgically examined.) If the rabbit’s ovaries responded to the female’s urine, then hCG was present and the woman was pregnant. For the first time there was a test that accurately detected pregnancy and it was widely used from the 1930s to 1950s. All rabbits that were used in the program had to be surgically operated on and were killed. It was possible to perform the procedure without killing the rabbits, but it was deemed not worth the trouble and expense. Today, modern science doesn’t need to kill rabbits, but the rabbit test is considered a stepping stone during the middle of the 20th century.


“We don’t have to be afraid. We are good enough. If a bi woman chose to be with you, then trust in her choice. She wants you, and she will respect the monogamy of your relationship if that’s what you want.”

As a bisexual woman in a lesbian relationship, THIS. Why are lesbians so biphobic? | Disrupting Dinner Parties (via feministlibrarian)

as someone who identifies as pansexual & who has had various experiences in relationship types, i wish this read: if any person chooses to be with you, trust in their choice to respect the boundaries of your relationship.

(via feministlibrarian)


Jul 22

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