goodbye-morioh:

also fyi wickedqueer, you don’t get to profit off of merch that uses LESBIAN-SPECIFIC SLURS when you!! are not!! a lesbian!!

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#wickedqueer

meloetta:

"text me when you get home so i know you’re safe" kinda people are the people i wanna be around

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psa: watch witches of east end. (s1 is on netflix.) it’s kinda like charmed. there’s a lot of sisterly love. it passes the bechdel test with flying colors. it has madchen amchick on it. GO. NOW.

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handsomedogs:

Lucie / /

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#I NEED A POODLE OKAY #dogs

svvings:

피팅 단가라 크롭 t - 15,000원

세일러 플리츠 sk - 28,000원

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#looks #need that skirt

princessdookie replied to your post “omg this couple came in to eat today and on the check they wrote…”

waitressing is like literally the worst job ever i am so sorry. people are such assholes to servers for no fucking reason

thank you, bb. i think some people get off on feeling superior? i have no other explanation.

i propose a law where in order to eat at any restaurant, you must first be a server for a week! i was never an asshole, but damn i am a great customer now after experiencing being on the other side.

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#princessdookie

gaydirectioner:

When I’m listening to Britney Spears in my car and one of my friends tells me to change it

image

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#me

omg this couple came in to eat today and on the check they wrote something like, we felt pushed to order, hence why we left. next time you should tailor your service to your clientele. i usually tip 24%!

get off your fucking high horse. i asked you if you wanted anything else to eat because you literally only ordered the tiniest side dish for two people. plus as servers of course we’re trying to sell you as much as possible? like? they acted as if i harassed them!

i just wanted to make sure they didn’t want anything else. what assholes. i hate people. even my manager was like, “uh that’s weird. don’t worry about it.” 

kleinecharlotte:

Art History Meme [1/8] Artists
↳ Gustav Klimt

goodstuffhappenedtoday:

This Bus Is Transforming The Lives Of The Homeless

BY SCOTT KEYES

Most of us have suffered through the frustration of needing to quickly get ready for work, only to have to wait for a roommate to finish his shower. Now imagine having to share that shower with not one or two other people, but hundreds.

That’s precisely the situation facing San Francisco’s estimated6,436homeless residents, who currently have just seven places in the city where they can shower.

Motivated by the belief that everyone has the right to be clean, Doniece Sandoval foundedLavaMae, a non-profit with an innovative idea: take old, unused city buses and retrofit them with fully functioning showers for homeless people to use. Last weekend, LavaMae, a play on the Spanish word for “wash me,” launched its first mobile bus.

“Our buses were designed in consultation with homeless people,” Sandoval told ThinkProgress, a process that has taken over a year.

The interior of one of LavaMae's mobile shower buses

The interior of one of LavaMae’s mobile shower buses

CREDIT: KENA FRANK

For example, many homeless women expressed concern for their safety and privacy while showering. As a result, Sandoval and her team designed two individual shower pods in each bus, one of which is accessible for persons with disabilities.

Each pod includes not only a shower, but also a toilet, sink, and a space to temporarily store one’s things. Each bus will permit around 30 people to shower on a given day. Once all four buses are running, Sandoval estimates they will be able to provide more than 2,000 showers per week. (See more photos of the buses and interiorhere.)

“We’re mobile because we want to reach people where they are,” Sandoval said. In addition, “If we built a brick-and-mortar concept, it would cost a whole lot more.”

The city donated four decommissioned municipal buses to LavaMae and allows the organization to tap into fire hydrants, but retrofitting them with shower pods costs $75,000 per bus.

Funding for the buses comes from a mix of sources. LavaMae raised $58,000 from an Indiegogo campaign, as well as contributions from individuals and small private family foundations. Sandoval and her husband also put a significant amount of their own money into the project.

More at the link.

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tasavallanpresidentti:

wickedqueer:

Lol

Thank you so much to everyone who has participated in this thread! Your comments are much appreciated.  The listing has been edited for clarity. 

Wow you got some fucking nerve hahaha jesus that’s arrogant

First of all, I would like to start off with an apology. I am sorry, femmes, for all of the heat that you took for posting this pin on someone’s wall, reblogging it on tumblr, giggling because it struck a chord, or pointing it out in certain company to try to start a conversation that ended up going sideways. That was an unforeseen consequence. Next, and this should go without saying; I have amazing butches in my life. Like, a bunch, in a ton of different roles. Do I trust them all? You bet. Did I when I met them?


No way.

Cause here’s a slippery thing about butch, from way over here, looking back on where I used to live; the easiest way to do it is to be kind of a jerk! Take up some space, center yourself, get a little condescending; you know, strap on some of the low-hanging trappings of misogyny. That’s exhausting to be around, and it’s JV. In the very particular context of this pin, beginning to trust a butch starts with getting to see first-hand that that they’ve put away casual sexism as a tenet of their gender. That their butch is varsity.

Please ask yourself. When you first saw this, did it hurt your feelings? Did you get upset that someone else saw a glint of truth in it? Did your heart start to form the words, “Not all butches!!”? Did you pause to consider some reasons that might necessitate its creation? 

"It’s just a drop in the bucket compared to [the sexism] we get from dudes all the time!" Sure. But it’s the saltiest drop as it comes from our own. If you’d prefer to hear similar sentiments written by a butch, this link may be of interest: http://www.autostraddle.com/butch-please-butch-with-a-side-of-misogyny-174442/

What do you do to identify and dismantle the sexism that exists within the queer and lesbian communities? Which team did you make?” 

this is so fucking shameful. how about you, wickedqueer, stop comparing butch WOMEN to men & stop using that horrible autostraddle website to justify your blatant lesbophobia. 

someone please make a “trust no queer” pin kthx

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#wickedqueer

marina + tfj era hairstyles

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derriuspierre:

Janet Jackson by Tony Viramontes

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#janet jackson

The Making of Ashlee Simpson's 'Autobiography'

popculturediedin2009:

"Forget ‘SNL,’ and the critical shade that came with it—Simpson’s debut LP is a certified classic. To honor its 10th anniversary, producer/musician John Shanks recalls putting the pieces together."

And how hard is it to land even a minimum-wage job? This year, the Ivy League college admissions acceptance rate was 8.9%. Last year, when Walmart opened its first store in Washington, D.C., there were more than 23,000 applications for 600 jobs, which resulted in an acceptance rate of 2.6%, making the big box store about twice as selective as Harvard and five times as choosy as Cornell. Telling unemployed people to get off their couches (or out of the cars they live in or the shelters where they sleep) and get a job makes as much sense as telling them to go study at Harvard. —"Why Don’t the Unemployed Get Off Their Couches?" and Eight Other Critical Questions for Americans (via seriouslyamerica)
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