" People get used to anything. The less you think about your oppression, the more your tolerance for it grows. After a while, people just think oppression is the normal state of things. But to become free, you have to be acutely aware of being a slave. "
by ― Assata Shakur, Assata: An Autobiography (via florxdexrebeldiax)

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darksilenceinsuburbia:

Isabel Chiara

Men in love in love in love in love

poeticfeminist:

pipadip:

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and you can choose what kind of tree you want to become

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just imagine cemeteries looking like this

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life after death

THIS IS EXACTLY WHAT I WANT

this is the first thing that’s made me feel ok about death

kimerd

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" I’m still learning to love the parts of me that no one claps for. "

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LMAO THIS IS MY LIFE IN ONE PICTURE WOW

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" A researcher tells the following story about her own experience of discovering the seriousness with which young children take gender stereotypes. While interviewing 3 to 6 year olds about their career aspirations, she asked each of them what they would want to be when they grew up if they were members of the opposite sex. Their responses showed that not only did most of the children choose careers that fit the stereotypes of the other gender but also that their perceptions of the limitations imposed by gender were sometimes quite extreme. One little girl confided with a sigh that her true ambition was to fly like a bird, but she could never do it because she was not a boy! One little boy put his hands on his head, sighed deeply, and said helplessly that if he were a girl he would have to grow up and be nothing. "
by Beuf, 1974 as cited by Lips, 2008 (via camilarstrepo)

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