1. Anonymous said: Can you or shuttersmiley please tell me why there is no such thing as racism against white people?


    I have some questions for you, actually.

    Are you systemically oppressed?

    Do you have a history of genocide, enslavement and oppression which still actively leaks and informs your daily life and opportunities?

    Is the worse discrimination you’ve experienced being called a cracker in the 6th grade?


    Whoa, it does not stop


    Racism against White people does not exist. Me calling you a cracker might hurt your feelings but it could never oppress you. Was never used to oppress you. Your history is being Oppressor, not the oppressed.

    Meanwhile you calling me a racial slur only enforces the engraved white is right superiority that is literally seeped in everything, from beauty standards to a human value and innocence. All around the world.

    You have a million and one links provided for you. Now go learn.

  3. amoreslejanos:


    This says a lot about people

    Omg it really does

    My fave is the lady in the striped shirt. She’s all like, “ah, fuck it. I’m tired too”.

    (Source: museumuesum, via memewhore)

  5. vladmasters:



    House dressed as a house painting a house on a house

    (via memewhore)

  6. funnyordie:

    Rick Perry on Homosexuality

    Rick Perry holds a press conference to explain his comment comparing homosexuality to alcoholism.

  7. (via memewhore)

  9. cr41g:

    We live in a pretty fucked up society. This all relates back to a bunch of “boys will be boys” mentality from parents. I get so pissed when I hear that. Like fuck bad parenting. ugh. This world. 

    On a positive not there are still decent people out there and it’s our job to try to be the best human beings we can and teach others to do the same.

    (Source: adventuringasnotagrownup, via secularwoman)

  10. janetmock:

    [My Twitter tribute to Maya Angelou, who is now resting in power at age 86]

    Maya Angelou has always been my blueprint, the black woman writer whose work has affirmed me, whose words assured me that I was worthy of being heard. It was Maya Angelou who freed me with I Know Why The Caged Bird Sings, it was Maya Angelou who helped me place first in my high school speech contest where I recited I Rise and Phenomenal Woman, it was Maya Angelou who strengthened me as I prepared to share my story in 2011 with the following mantra:

    "There is no greater agony than bearing an untold story inside you."

    Thank you, Maya, my mother-writer-sister-goddess. 

    (Source: boxedwinepussy, via newwavefeminism)