Meli. 19. She/her. Currently based in Buenos Aires, Argentina. Intersectional feminism, politics, social justice, LGBTQA, body positivity, stigma erasure, etc.
lets stop calling middle aged people that are sexist and racist “traditional”
Fight for your sisters, not just your cis-sters.
this symbol does not represent mainstream feminism
this is the symbol for black feminism, that black feminists have created and been using for decades to represent our struggle against anti-black misogyny, hence the combination of the black power fist…
It was a moment Anthony Carbajal will never forget: standing on the stage of one of TV’s most popular talk shows, fighting for a cause that touches him and his family profoundly. All while his mom looked proudly on.
I love Ellen. I love Ellen so, so, SO much. I adore her.
I dono, this is why I love Ellen. I honestly think if you don’t love her, there is something fundamentally wrong with you.
This is honestly the best poster I have found in a while supporting breast cancer awareness. I am honestly so sick of seeing, “set the tatas free” and “save the boobies”. There is no reason in hell a life threatening, life ruining disease should be sexualized. “Don’t wear a bra day,” go fuck yourselves. You’re not saving a pair of tits, you’re saving the entire package: mind, body, and soul included. Women are not just a pair of breasts.
"Protests became violent when demonstrators threw a tear gas canister back at the police" will always be one of the clearest example of the fucked up way police violence is naturalized and legitimized.
straight males in yogurt shop tolerance level: 0
The worst is when I give a little boy a pink spoon (or he even ASKS for a pink spoon!) and his mom and dad glare at me as if I’m Satan himself trying to corrupt their kid with a fucking colored disposable spoon.
If you are a straight dude and you hit on a girl who says “sorry, I’m a lesbian” or “I have a girlfriend” and your immediate response is “can I watch?” I hope birds peck out your eyes so you can never watch anything ever again.
Hey! I totally admire your blog. So. you're Cuban? And also, in reference to your post, do you and/or your family practice Santeria?
Thanks so much! Yes, I’m Cuban. I’d say that nowadays almost everyone in Cuba (or from Cuba with strong ties to the culture) practices Santeria informally in some way. These days everyone is officially converting. I know tons of people from Miami that flew to Cuba to become initiated (even though they can do it in Miami) bc it’s become very popular. I went to a Santeria party for the first time earlier this year and I loved it so much. Since then I’ve been doing lots of research and my cousin, dad (maybe), and I are planning to ‘hacernos el santo’ when we go to Cuba this coming summer.