"Most white feminists look at me disdainfully when I recount some of my choice violent moments. They are appalled, morally repelled by this unbecoming behavior. One even giggled, holding her breastbone ever so lightly and saying she’s not the violent type, blah blah blah. The messages are, 1) I’m educated and you’re not, 2) I’m upper class and you’re not, 3) I’m a feminist and you’re not (since her brand of feminism is equated with nonviolent moon-to-uterus symbiosis). My “men” can do the fighting, but I, gentle maiden, shan’t; the new feminism remaking a generation in the image of the suburban, wealthy, sophisticated, genetically genteel. No one protected me when a loved one cracked my head on a public street one might, not even the college educated Upper West Side white women strolling by pretending not to notice. I don’t like getting hit either, but what are you gonna do when someone grabs your tits? Meekly whisper you won’t stoop to your attackers level? and what level is that exactly? if that’s the way “women” react, how do we classify the elderly Filipinas on a subway train who, when Joe Dickwad grabbed my ass, congratulated me for whacking him as hard as I could, screaming obscenities, and chasing him - to his utter shock and dismay - through the station? They were the few who seemed to acknowledge, respect, and allow for “aggressive” forms of resistance instead of strapping on moral straightjackets for the nineties which we “women” must squeeze into. If that’s a woman, I’m not one. I am an animal who eats, sleeps, fucks, and fights voraciously - I assume a “good” woman does it gently and in the missionary position only." -
Veena Cabreros-Sud, Kicking Ass (via queen-bloodmouth)
"The term Hispanic, coined by technomarketing experts and by the designers of political campaigns, homogenizes our cultural diversity (Chicanos, Cubans, and Puerto Ricans become indistinguishable), avoids our indigenous cultural heritage, and links us directly with Spain. Worse yet, it possesses connotations of upward mobility and political obedience." -
Guillermo Gómez-Peña (via alamaquina)
If you don’t know Guillermo
you better get to know
Take your pick. I’ve decided mine.
Character Interview Vol. 2, Nanase Haruka
A “sensual swimmer” whose sleeping talent awakens the water. In seeking a pure form of swimming lays contradictions to victory.
For Nanase Haruka, water is as essential as air. His instinct, without exception, is to head towards water as if he were being sucked towards it. Without concern for time records or winning, will he who has found the intrinsic nature of swimming ever stand at the start line…?
With one stroke, his swimming fascinates people and drags them into the world of water. We take a look into his character.
These guys can no longer claim, women don’t know true pain.
I enjoy this post WAY too much
Call me malicious but I want every male politician who’s against birth control and abortion to get hooked up to one of these.
A+ gif usage
Omg this was on tv in Holland. OMG.
YOU DON’T UNDERSTAND. He literally thought he was going to die. He thought this was the last time he’d see her. That’s why he was so gentle and forward with her. HE THOUGHT HE WAS GOING TO DIE. And the last thing he says to her is reassuring her that he can do the job. BECAUSE IN HIS MIND SHE’S THE COMPETENT PILOT. He’s the old hack who couldn’t save his brother. So the last thing he says to her is trying to tell her he can do this one thing and not to worry.
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HAHAHA poor Jean!