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ciaomunch:

traumachu:

It started when I was in kindergarten, and I was so proud I did not have to go to Bingo class, unlike my friends, because I could speak good English -

although I had no idea what a yellow dog that could spell had anything to do with Chinese.

(I figure out now…

weresquirrel

dethbysquirl asked:

Damn girl, your legs are as long as the patriarchy has been in power.

90percenttea answered:

My feminism isn’t the only thing that’s gonna be intersectional tonight.

dethbysquirl:

90percenttea:

dethbysquirl:

90percenttea:

dethbysquirl:

90percenttea:

dethbysquirl:

90percenttea:

dethbysquirl:

90percenttea:

dethbysquirl:

90percenttea:

dethbysquirl:

I haven’t experienced real privilege till I met you.

Do you have a band-aid? I cut myself shattering the glass ceiling.

Hey girl, how about I make YOU a sandwich?

If I were a stop light, I’d want to turn red every time you came to my intersection, but I won’t, because unwanted and forced gazes are threatening and not at all sexy.

I don’t like glass ceilings, but I’ve got a glass coffee table…

If beauty were time, time would be a social construct.

If being a strong, independent woman with complete agency over her body and sexuality were a crime, you’d be guilty as charged.

Can I borrow your phone for a moment? My mom wanted me to call her when I met the girl of my dreams, and I want to tell her that it’s insulting to assume the gender of a heretofore unmet potential significant other.

If I had a dime for every time you’ve made me smile, I’d donate it to important community causes, because hoarding wealth leads to socioeconomic disparity.

I’m new in town. Can you tell me all about the local feminist organization?

Was your daddy an astronaut? Because he raised an intelligent, well-educated daughter with a sense for global perspectives.

Do you have a twin sister? Is she as knowledgeable about world issues as you?

If I told you you had a nice body, would you call me out on it? I hope so.