FREE CECE, the new documentary with Laverne Cox, explores the roles race, class and gender played in CeCe McDonald’s case. McDonald’s claim of self defense was rejected by Hennepin County prosecutors. The documentary explores the implications of CeCe’s story as a survivor, housing trans women in male prisons, and the practice of keeping trans women in solitary confinement.
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the nOISES I MADE
I want a rat!!!
I wish this could be real!!!!
This needs to get spread a good bit more.
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Whoa this deserve a reblog
Me literally every time some jerk on the train tries to spread his (and it is always ‘his’) legs across 3 seats.
Yo, you can pack a bag and take this train all the way to the Men’s Rights headquarters. I’m sick of some dinky high school boy trying to nudge me out of the way so he can take up both arm rests.
As half the human race, women and girls hereby claim exactly one half of the space in the world - no less - and the unconditional right to occupy it.
Also, the moon is ours, has been since ancient times. Stay off our moon. You are welcome to visit the sun if you like.
That’s right bitches.
THE MOON IS OURS.
Today when I got on the bus, a guy was taking up two seats and had his leg about a foot into the aisle. I rammed into it as hard as I could without being obvious. He gave me a dirty look but didn’t say a thing when he saw my “I fucking dare you to speak” face. When a guy is sitting on the outside seat when the bus is full, I will step over him into the inside seat and push his leg over with mine so he isn’t taking up more than his share of space. They rarely say anything but I always tell them to get their testicles checked since they can’t keep their legs together.
Commentary is the beeeeest
Recently I was told that my experiences as a rape survivor and a sex worker (unrelated events/elements of my existence — surprising news to the average civilian, I guess) meant that my perspective was ill-informed and irrelevant.
This isn’t the first time this has happened either. When it comes…
Why are we so ashamed of periods? … Women’s bodies are incredibly sexualized in our media and in our every day experiences. So much so that even mentioning menstruation sends a lot of people into kindergarten levels of EW. And why? Because for a moment, you have broken the spell. And suddenly, you are no longer a magical mannequin unicorn fairy existing purely for the sexual fantasy of other people. Suddenly, you’re a human being! (X)