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captainporkerella:

shoshanainlove:

Fat Rant 3

I love her.

def brought a tear to my eye when she talked about looking at your 13-year-old self. i remember specifically how horrible i was to that body. i hated it SO much. and now i look at those pictures and i’m like WHAT WAS THERE TO HATE? here’s to hoping we all love our bodies like we love our bodies gone by <3

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"I sit on a man’s back, choking him, and making him carry me, and yet assure myself and others that I am very sorry for him and wish to ease his lot by any means possible, except getting off his back."

- Leo Tolstoy, Writings on Civil Disobedience and Nonviolence (via liquidnight)

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(Trigger warning for sexual harassment/sexual assault)

It’s been a very busy few weeks (summer Latin class! Research assistantship! ), and then suddenly a deeply crap week at work, which involved some fairly significant sexual harassment (I’m not sure how to define it, really) from a library patron, and turned into a situation spanning a couple days, the police, and a lot of resentment, confusion, and mixed emotions on my part. Of course, this also means I’ve spent a large part of the week listening to Bikini Kill and thinking about what governs my reactions to situations like that, though I’m also clear that it’s not—or shouldn’t be—my responsibility to figure out how to react—it’s not anything that anyone should have to plan for. I’m still processing, but this song has been going through my head a lot. 

"I ain’t got no candy for you."

thehumanbeings:

Adammmmmmm!!

I realized it&#8217;s been a long time since I posted any Adam Ant (well, a long time since I posted anything, really), and the Jubilee tie-in was too good to resist.

thehumanbeings:

Adammmmmmm!!

I realized it’s been a long time since I posted any Adam Ant (well, a long time since I posted anything, really), and the Jubilee tie-in was too good to resist.

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The Slits.

The Slits.

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punk1977:

Chrissie Hynde, Debbie Harry, Viv Albertine, Siouxsie, Poly Styrene, and Pauline London, 1980 

punk1977:

Chrissie Hynde, Debbie Harry, Viv Albertine, Siouxsie, Poly Styrene, and Pauline London, 1980 

X-Ray Spex - I Am a Poseur, from Germ Free Adolescents

Awesome album

anthromommieone:

This photo is from a slut walk.  Just felt that I should share.  I have never had such a horrible thing happen to me, but it is more than just likely that at least one of mine (as well as your own) current friends, relatives, and/or acquaintances has been raped, molested, or abused AND THEY MAY NEVER TELL YOU or even DENY IT. 
Because in most societies at this time, it is the one who is raped who is viewed as somehow at fault, shameful, and responsible of the actions of others.  Whether it be her clothes, her attitude, her flirting, her face, her background, her family, her income, her job, ect…: when it is NEVER their fault.  Without willful, consious, honest, sober consent…. it is not consent.

anthromommieone:

This photo is from a slut walk.  Just felt that I should share.  I have never had such a horrible thing happen to me, but it is more than just likely that at least one of mine (as well as your own) current friends, relatives, and/or acquaintances has been raped, molested, or abused AND THEY MAY NEVER TELL YOU or even DENY IT. 

Because in most societies at this time, it is the one who is raped who is viewed as somehow at fault, shameful, and responsible of the actions of others.  Whether it be her clothes, her attitude, her flirting, her face, her background, her family, her income, her job, ect…: when it is NEVER their fault.  Without willful, consious, honest, sober consent…. it is not consent.

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colored queer waters: Its not long enough to be a manifesta, but it should be: MY list of demands from the Fat Acceptance Movement

navigatethestream:

{After finally taking some time to figure out the whole Pork Magazine fuckery, and reading some awesome commentary from the people i follow and Fatpeopleofcolor tumblr, i thought that its time to lay out what i personally want as a fat person of color from my non-POC fat allies. please feel free…

This says it all. Great commentary.

"Fat people are often supported in hating their bodies, in starving themselves, in engaging in unsafe exercise and in seeking out weight loss by any means necessary. A thin person who does these things is considered mentally ill. A fat person who does these things is redeemed by them. This is why our culture has no concept of a fat person who also has an eating disorder. If you’re fat, it’s not an ED — it’s a lifestyle change."

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Lesley Kinzel  (via grevedelafaim)

this needs to change

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Marianne Faithfull - Why’d ya do it?

This is for dreammason—I heard a rumor that you needed to hear this version. It’s a live recording from Blazing Away.

Marianne Faithfull is not for the faint-hearted. I adore this woman.

Anonymous said: amyl nitrite

Although some of the posters for the 1977 Derek Jarman film Jubilee do say “Amyl Nitrite,” the punk anti-historian played by Jordan is actually called “Amyl Nitrate,” which is what this blog is named after.

See the Criterion Jubilee site, and previous picture and video references that I’ve posted before to explain the reference.

I’m not referring to poppers (amyl nitrite), just punk history (though amyl nitrate is an actual chemical, as well).

"Doctors’ weight prejudices start when a female patient is as little as 13 pounds overweight—meaning her body mass index would likely be around 27—found a 2007 study from Yale University. (BMI is a measurement that uses a ratio of height to weight to categorize people as being of normal weight [18.5 to 24.9], overweight [25 to 29.9], or obese [30+].) ‘For men, the bias doesn’t kick in until around a BMI of thirty-five, approximately seventy-five pounds overweight,’ says Rebecca Puhl, PhD, director of Research and Weight Initiatives at the Rudd Center. ‘That’s a definite gender difference.’"

- Harriet Brown, When Your Doctor Makes You Feel Fat (via anorable)

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