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"You may be a delicate flower but, hey, so is Belladonna and it can still kill people."

- My boss, in what is probably the most inspiring thing I’ve ever heard. (via heloisedevillefort)

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feministfairyy:

On a scale of 1 to 10, how awesome is it that I just bought this glass?

11

I took this too literally and got super grossed out.

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ddarkahn:

Grace Jones gets questioned about her sexuality during an interview in 1985.

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whatbethsays:

"im a woman and im not offended?!??!!"

after years of searching without success, i have found her. the one. behold: the spokesperson of the entire female population. bask in the glow of her internalized misogyny. bask, my friends.

Beth is just what super smart people call themselves.

Hello, Australian buddy! American Beth here.

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jade-polyloveninja:

Honest and compassionate.

jade-polyloveninja:

Honest and compassionate.

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creativerehab:

Comfy chair.

Realistic depiction of what happens on hotel furniture. Except that this person is quite stunning.

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"Serve humanity, regardless of religion. Show solidarity for those suffering and oppressed."

- Tariq Ramadan (via tariqramadan)

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wildcat2030:

India court recognises transgender people as third gender
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India’s Supreme Court has recognised transgender people as a third gender, in a landmark ruling. “It is the right of every human being to choose their gender,” it said in granting rights to those who identify themselves as neither male nor female. It ordered the government to provide transgender people with quotas in jobs and education in line with other minorities, as well as key amenities. According to one estimate, India has about two million transgender people. In India, a common term used to describe transgender people, transsexuals and cross-dressers is hijra (eunuch). Campaigners say they live on the fringes of society, often in poverty, ostracised because of their gender identity. Most make a living by singing and dancing or by begging and prostitution. Rights groups say they often face huge discrimination and that sometimes hospitals refuse to admit them. So far, they have been forced to write either male or female as their gender. “Transgenders are also citizens of India” and they must be “provided equal opportunity to grow”, the court said in its order on Tuesday. (via BBC News - India court recognises transgender people as third gender)

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