Anonymous asked: hey is it possible for you to suggest some good blogs that focus on feminism? i deal with so many ignorant dicks on a daily basis that always have an opinion on how women do their makeup, how we dress, and they are always slut shaming. you know just being their usual douchey selves. i know that if i react to them with anger they'll just be all "theres another angry feminist lol shes never getting laid." i need to do my hw and be armed with facts so that next time it happens i can shut them up!!

fandomsandfeminism and intersectionalfandom are two of my favorites. oh-snap-pro-choice is a good one too. also feministdisney. i’m always gonna rec feministdisney.

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Anonymous asked: Sadly, no one's close, but I'll keep looking for a good therapist until I find one who understands me. I'm sure I'll find someone. Unfortunately, while I have a few queer friends that I can rely on, my college's LGBTQ organization has a lot of issues. Thanks a lot, though. The reply made me feel better.

i sure hope you find someone. in the meantime yeah find as much support as you can in your friends, and definitely online. there are a lot of really great people online who have been through exactly what you’re going through, and i don’t just mean on tumblr. i’m glad i could help a little bit <3

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Anonymous asked: Heya, What do you mean blackface?

it’s when white performers wear make up to look like a black person.

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Anonymous asked: As someone who is also brown, I agree that when someone white calls me brown it makes it seem like they're pointing out that we're different and that can kind of make it seem as though I'm inferior to them because of the color of my skin or that all they see is my skin color and not who I am as a person.
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Anonymous asked: Do you like kpop?

i’m not really a fan

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Anonymous asked: Dylan O'brien

fuck me

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Anonymous asked: This has always been a safe place for people outside the norm, so I You've always been open to people of all sexualities, so I felt like it might be good to come here with this. I am bisexual and I have anxiety problems. These problems have interfered with my sex life (a common enough problem) and my boyfriend has asked to take a break, fearing I'm not really attracted to him. I decided to see a therapist, hoping she would help me learn some coping mechanisms. However, as soon as I said I was bi

As soon as I said I was bi, she fixated on it. She didn’t give me any anxiety advice, just spent two hours prodding me with questions, clearly trying to get me to admit a) I was a lesbian or b) I was not attracted to my boyfriend. I try to point out how my problem is common with anxiety and she blows me off. She keeps going to this idea that being bi means I have a need to experience both, which has never been the case for me. This experience has really sucked. I thought she would help me.

sounds like you need a new therapist. i’ve never had any sort of therapy so i’m not entirely sure how to find an lgbtqiap+ friendly therapist, but i google bisexual friendly therapists and found this link which might be helpful, but i don’t know how current the info is. are you in college? if your school has an lgbt+ center or even a gsa, they might be able to help you find a therapist that’s better for you. does anyone have any resources for this anon? i feel like there’s got to be a blog somewhere that specializes in finding therapists for queer people

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jour-de-vivre asked: For me, I call myself a brown kid. I have never once been called brown by someone who was not a POC without feeling uncomfortable. I am allowed to call myself brown because I am. I carry that baggage with me wherever I go and deal with the consequences. When a white person says it I feel like they are always trying to point out a difference between me and them. I would say for that persons project, the race of the people in those countries is not brown.
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