#holy FUCKING SHIT #bodies
21. queer. fat. feminist. WOC.
"i love you. i will always love you. even with your hands around my throat, or especially then."
i tag all of my triggering posts.
oh, and i like wincest. a lot.
"You may have gotten so caught up in a cycle where things have seemed promising but then gone wrong that you are now expecting the same thing to happen again. Perhaps you are preparing yourself for the worst to avoid disappointment or embarrassment. But things are changing, Gemini. Things are getting better. Even if you can’t see it yet or feel it yet, the tide has turned, and your ship is coming in. Do yourself a favor and stop expecting the worst. The best is yet to be."
holy shit@17 hours ago with 4 notes
Anonymous asked: Hey i saw your tag on that Tina fey gif and I was wondering what you meant about her feminism being problematic? Im a fan of hers but I don't know much about her views on feminism (other than that she considers herself a feminist)
@1 hour ago with 283 notes
well besides all the rape jokes, transphobic jokes, and use of black face on 30 Rock which she is the head writer and executive producer of
She claims to be a feminist and a lot of people look up to her as a feminist icon even though she’s said things like
- “I know we shouldn’t judge people based on their appearance, but when your body looks like a dirtbag’s binder from 7th grade metal shop, it doesn’t bode well for your character”
- “The world has always been full of whores”
- “For every Sandra Bullock there’s a woman who got a tattoo on her forehead because she ran out of room on her labia. For every Elin Nordegren there’s a Hooters waitress who spells Jamee with two Es and a star. You could be the women who cures cancer and up against some skank, walking giant, veiny fake boobs with the nipple pointed in different directions like the headlights on an old Buick”
- (those three are from the same monologue on SNL, so they each link to the same video)
- “I love to play strippers and to imitate them. I love using that idea for comedy, but the idea of actually going there? I feel like we all need to be better than that. That industry needs to die, by all of us being a little bit better than that”
If you read her autobiography/watch her interviews she comes off as a human embodiment of this picture
and while she does occasionally say some things that are definitely spot on, her constant shaming of other women’s bodies and lifestyles combined with her offensive jokes makes her the exact opposite of a feminist icon