Everyone is not everyone –

With that logic we are lizards and shape shifters 

Outing MacMaster’s Deceit in Damascus –

  HOAX – DECEIT – LIES – DISHONORS  THE TENS OF THOUSANDS WHO PUT THEIR LIVES ON THE LINE DAILY IN THE STRUGGLE FOR FREEDOM IN SYRIA.  SHAME ON  TOM MACMASTER.  

fuckyeahftmsofcolor: Xavier - Pittsburgh, PA (Un)heard: Transmasculine People of Color Speak! is an

fuckyeahftmsofcolor: Xavier – Pittsburgh, PA (Un)heard: Transmasculine People of Color Speak! is an

jaded16india: hidingincanada: spatiotemporalcookies: Colonizability of Africa. (1899) A map by carto

jaded16india: hidingincanada: spatiotemporalcookies: Colonizability of Africa. (1899) A map by carto

jaded16india: hidingincanada spatiotemporalcookies: Colonizability of Africa. (1899).   A map by cartographer John George Bartholomew (1860-1920) I’m going to take the time to type this out, because, you know, holy shit. The pink: Healthy colonizable Africa, where European races may be…

coolchicksfromhistory: Sadie Tanner Mossell Alexander (1898 – 1989) achieved a lot of firsts in her

coolchicksfromhistory: Sadie Tanner Mossell Alexander (1898 – 1989) achieved a lot of firsts in her

Michel Foucault | interview with Italian journalist Duccio Trombadore, quoted in Ann Laura Stoler’s Race and the Education of Desire: Foucault’s History of Sexuality and the Colonial Order of Things Comforting. Also articulates why I find it difficult to express thesis ideas in a prospectus because I’m all questions and hunches … (via derica)

If I had to write a book to communicate what I have already thought, I’d never have courage to begin it. I write precisely because I don’t know yet what to think about a subject that attracts my interest… When…

~Dawna Markova (via thesearepeopleyouknow)

I wonder why it is that we so often imprison ourselves in the opinions of other people. There can be no punishment worse than conspiring in our own diminishment.

Via Coffee Stream 

Via Coffee Stream 

thecurvature:
I don’t feel like I have enough to say for a “proper” blog post. Or I do not feel like writing it coherently enough for one. So here we go. I cannot say that I “enjoyed” this book. It was very difficult, and upsetting, and often triggering to read. It did, however, for a book this very, very long…

approximately infinite universe: Rape: Sex, Violence, History by Joanna Bourke