there’s this new girl at work and she was like “what’s the code for a cantaloupe” and i was like 4049, and she typed the code in wrong and it came up as $75.00 worth of “Hepatitis A.” i want to thank not only god but also jesus
We desperately need speakers for this panel event at Smith College. Please let me know through tumblr or email@example.com if you are interested. We would especially love to hear from women who are current college students!
No you don’t understand how frustrated I am that we always depicted the Apostles as old men, especially when it comes to during-Jesus-alive stuff.
They were probably late teens to early 20s, given the time and the description and some Biblical passages.
They were not ancient old men with long ass beards and wrinkles at the Last Supper.
They were young adult rebels with a cause.
where my punk-rock apostles at
And none of them were WHITE.
i really really wanna be excited about the deadpool movie but wade is probs gon be one or more of the following:
- only scarred enough to be manly but not enough to be ‘deformed’
- a really ableist parody of schizophrenia or
- just an neurotypical guy who likes to ‘act crazy’
and i’m not all about that jazz
what’s up with the whole idea that being trans and queer is a choice? like i get that labels are a choice but…idk i genuinely want to learn about this viewpoint so i’m tagging it
(part of this is going to involve replying to some points you posed in a different reblog; i don’t really know that i want to engage with the thread in full, so i’m just reblogging from your op)
so one of the questions you sort of implicitly bring up here and more explicitly bring up in a different reblog is whether engaging queerness and transness as choice implies treating “queer” and “trans” as labels - you make a distinction between trans and queer as label and as feeling. at least for me, saying my transness is (at least partially) about choice isn’t to treat my transness as a label so much as it is to treat my transness as a lens of self-analysis, as a way (method, process) of being-in-self as well as being-in-socius. to “choose” to be trans is to establish my relationship to my internal state and my experiences via transness and womanhood. saying, “i choose to be a woman” is to establish that my interactions with maleness and masculinity through my life were and are not reactions of some fundamental state of womanhood against a presumed manhood. it’s to acknowledge that the pressing of masculinity onto my life and my body has been an enforcing of masculinity, a forceful and purposeful and positive process of creating me as a man. saying my transness is a choice is precisely to say that my womanhood isn’t fundamentally a feeling that has existed as some irreducible core of my self, but rather a taking hold and a willful restructuring of my discursive position.
2) definitely been reading too much foucault
when you’re too full but the food is so good you just keep eating it
hey sooooo remember how the police in ferguson were going to start wearing body cameras
actual quote from the article: “This gotcha discipline that we have with the dash board cameras is what we’d be afraid of,” Roorda said.
basically “any tangible way of holding us accountable for abusing our power is what we’d be afraid of”