otter-wraith:

Imagine baby werewolves for a second

Like little babies able to turn into little tiny werewolves

And they act like puppies instead of vicious monsters that eat anything that moves

Little balls of fluff squeak-howling at the moon and play fighting with teddy bears and each other and just. LICKING. EVERY. MOVING. THING.

IMAGINE BABY WEREWOLVES

There is literally a whole movie about this topic

marcinthelotus:

brintty:

marcinthelotus:

brintty:

marcinthelotus:

xochitlmictlan:

lifeisjustbe:

How I was born

I busted out a coochie, it didn’t look nada like that

WHO THE FUCK GIFFED MY BIRTH VIDEO AND POSTED IT ON TUMBLR?
I WANT ANSWERS NOW

THAT’S YOUR LITTLE SLIVERS AND FUZZY AREA, ISN’T IT?

Yes. my great great great grandma may have been a lotus princess.

I had a dream you took stills from this cartoon and captioned them with snarky family photo things like, “Oh look, here’s my uncle and my dad arguing over who’s better looking.”

AHAHAHAA *adds to summer to do list*I think we got a tumblogger dream swap circle goin on cause feministwerewolf was in a dream I had earlier.

hehehe oh was I now? :P

marcinthelotus:

brintty:

marcinthelotus:

brintty:

marcinthelotus:

xochitlmictlan:

lifeisjustbe:

How I was born

I busted out a coochie, it didn’t look nada like that

WHO THE FUCK GIFFED MY BIRTH VIDEO AND POSTED IT ON TUMBLR?

I WANT ANSWERS NOW

THAT’S YOUR LITTLE SLIVERS AND FUZZY AREA, ISN’T IT?

Yes. my great great great grandma may have been a lotus princess.

I had a dream you took stills from this cartoon and captioned them with snarky family photo things like, “Oh look, here’s my uncle and my dad arguing over who’s better looking.”

AHAHAHAA *adds to summer to do list*
I think we got a tumblogger dream swap circle goin on cause feministwerewolf was in a dream I had earlier.

hehehe oh was I now? :P

I look as travel in a plane no different than that of a bus or car. After you pass security get some chewing gum, gravol and something to eat/drink for when you're actually on the plane. If you're ears pop chew gum. When you get off the plane go for a 20 walk out near the airport before jumping in a vehicle.

I’ll try to remember all this!  i remember i had a problem with my ears popping going up the smokey mountains on a band trip in high school, so I will probably have a problem with it going up in the air too lol

baapi-makwa, lookit I found!  when I return your books to you, I’m gonna send this with.  I saw this rainbow turtle beaded bracelet and thought of you, so I snatched it up.

baapi-makwa, lookit I found!  when I return your books to you, I’m gonna send this with.  I saw this rainbow turtle beaded bracelet and thought of you, so I snatched it up.

nishkaadendam said: New york is AMAZING! Do you know if you’ll be landing in JFK or LaGuardia?

no idea yet, the company is paying for all my traveling expenses (but not my agent’s, he’s pretty peeved about that lol), so assuming nothing falls through, I’ll get more details about the flight as we get closer to the shoot

3rd week in may is going to be my first shoot, gonna have to travel to NYC for it, kind of nervous, haven’t flown since I was a small child, and I’ve never been to new york.

DMAB TRANS FOLK WHO NEED CLOTHES

scarcelyravenouswantonworship:

I just realized that I can be using my Employee Discount Powers for good! I work at a thrift store and can get all sorts of cool clothes super cheap half off on top of the thrifty prices. For example, I can get shirts for as little as two to four bucks a piece, pants for like three to five bucks a piece, skirts for like three to five bucks, dresses for like four to ten bucks, (buck buck buck lol so many bucks I’m a chicken now) etc. 

If you live in Canada or America and need some cheap (if you can afford it and would like to) or free (if you can’t afford it or think you deserve presents than that’s totally cool too I mean seriously dmab trans folks all deserve presents every day) clothes, you can send me a message and we can talk sizes and style and stuff. I’m living on a bit of a budget right now but would be totally happy to spend like fifty bucks or maybe more a month on helping you look and feel like you can and should!

Before I get more into what my store has, I should mention that our selection of plus-size stuff tends to be pretty spotty. I’ve tried a few times to get our management to do more to bring in and shelve plus sized clothing, and will continue to advocate for it, but I’m pretty sure they’re not listening. That being said, if you need it, I swear by my rabbits that I will go to all five stores in my city to find good clothes that fit you and make you feel rad. My partner has experience with shopping for plus sized clothes (and REALLY great fashion sense) and they have kindly offered to come with me and give me a hand with the shopping, so hopefully we should be able to get a really good fit for you! 

My store carries all kinds of clothes: scarves (including winter scarves and beautiful scarves for head wrapping)  blouses (short/long sleeve), knits (short sleeve like T-shirts and long sleeve), sleeveless tops, pullovers, cardigans, hoodies, yoga pants, sweats, shorts, capris, casual/more formal pants, jeans, skirts, summer dresses and sleeve-having dresses, blazers, vests, pant/dress suits, spring jackets, winter jackets, leather/fur coats, rain jackets, PJs, nightgowns, underwear, socks, shoes/boots/sandals, jewelry, purses, etc.

Basically I want to do this because I know how tough - and unaffordable - it can be to shop for the clothes that you might need.  You might get judgement from employees, friends who are along with, family who monitor purchases, or whatever. 

In case it wasn’t clear this applies for ALL dmab trans folk, nonbinary people included. Also, if you live outside of Canada or America, maybe try me anyway and if it is within my budget we can work out shipping.

Even if you don’t need the thing please consider signal boosting!

Arrow

EDIT actually hey dfab folks you can feel free to message me too. I’m giving top priority on the free clothes to dmab folks but we can work something out you’ll still get one hell of a deal.

DO NOT SUPPORT JELLY BELLY THIS EASTER

waitingfordesire:

Jelly Belly Chairman donates $5000 to help turn back the rights of trans kids in California to use the bath room and change rooms of their gender identity, not assigned sex.
Source: THE AGE

went and transplanted my cowpea(blackeyed peas) baby plants, then direct sowed the rest of the bed so I can have beans spaced out through the season.  Added some of the sage seeds directly to my herb bed.  trying to decide when I wanna go ahead and harvest the potatoes.  either way, my body’s hurting so I need to rest for a bit.  something new has volunteered near the mailbox, I can’t tell if it’s the tops of carrots or if some fennel seeds managed to blow that far and spring up.  dried some stevia leaves so I can see if I like using them as powder in baking.

romanticizedweakling:

"i was born in the wrong century," the girl sighs as she imagines a future where women have full ownership of their own bodies

I’m at an interesting junction.  I’ve basically caught up in the walking dead comics to where I am in catching up on the show (about halfway through the most recent season) so I’m debating with myself if I should put off reading the comics until I finish this season or if I should just keep reading and then catch up on the show when Zoe’s here to watch with me?  HMMMM decisions decisions.

sikssaapo-p:

If you are a non-aboriginal Canadian, you need to hear some things about residential schools. Perhaps you have just heard of residential schools or have even known of them for a long time, but don’t understand why aboriginal people don’t just get over it already. Maybe you even think they deserved it, or that someone was trying to help them. If you are one of these people, you really need to read this blog post.

1. Residential Schools Were an Act of Genocide.

In 1948, prompted by the fact of the Nazi Holocaust, the United Nations gathered and defined various forms of genocide. Canada agreed to accept these definitions within two years, and yet continued to run residential schools for over 40 years after the fact. Cultural genocide is the removal of children from one cultural or ethnic group to be placed in another for the purposes of assimilating them. And that’s exactly what residential schools were — “to kill the Indian in the child” — or, in other words, taking steps to actively bring about the extinction of aboriginal cultures. In fact, the idea that this constitutes a form of genocide was proposed to the international community as early as 1933.

Starting in the 1850s and for well over 100 years in Canada, racially segregated boarding schools — which were sanctioned by the federal government and run by various churches in remote locations throughout the country — took aboriginal children away from their families and far away from their home communities for up to ten years at a time. These boarding schools were a systematically orchestrated attempt to indoctrinate aboriginal children into thinking of themselves as less than fully human because of their race, but they were just one aspect of a greater attempt to completely wipe out all aboriginal cultures by treating them as fundamentally inferior and therefore disposable. Hundreds of thousands of aboriginal children were removed by force and placed in these institutions, and up to a third of them died there. In addition to horrendously abusive racial and cultural brain-washing, many children in residential schools also faced physical battery, sexual abuse, and severe forms of neglect or isolation. Some residential school children were deliberately exposed to life-threatening communicable diseases and others were sexually sterilized. Several residential schools have also recently been publicly implicated in running unethical experiments.

The last residential school in Canada finally closed its doors in 1996. Not 1896. I was entering grade 8 that year, and I’m currently approaching my 30th birthday. It hasn’t even been 20 years.

2. Get Over Yourself.

You are being presented with powerful new information with the very real potential to make immediate but lasting changes to the rest of your life, including the way you look at aboriginal people and your own government. At times, this new information is utterly horrendous. It is often emotionally overwhelming, scary, unbelievable, and deeply unsettling. But unlike the roughly 80,000 residential school survivors currently still around today, you haven’t had to live through it yourself. You’re merely being told this new information. You are not being held to blame for what happened, being asked to apologize for it, or being told that you need to fix it. It is offensively inappropriate to react to being told about this as if you have been personally slighted by it, and it is outrageously wrong to tell anyone to just “get over it”. Get over the fact that you’re being told about it—then maybe we can work on what survivors and their children can do.

I was in high school when I found out about residential schools, and I was immediately shocked, horrified, and angry that this happened, and was even happening in my own lifetime. Had I grown up in a loving home, I probably would have gone straight home and hugged my parents, grateful for the fact that I hadn’t been taken away from them and indoctrinated to be ashamed of who we are and where we come from. But I grew up in an extremely abusive home, and that allowed me very little room to experience anything other than anger over what I had learned. I didn’t know what to do with the anger for a long time, either. And then I had another experience that put it into perspective: I was in my third year in college before I learned for the first time that light has mass. It radically changed everything I thought I knew about the physical universe I interact with every day. And within a couple of years, once I finally took the time toreally thinkabout what I had learned about residential schools while I was in high school, it had a similar effect of radically changing the way I view and interact with the very world I live in. Suddenly, I could see direct concrete evidence of racism everywhere, because even the very infrastructure of our society — the roads, bridges, and concrete buildings — are evidence of the forced displacement of aboriginal peoples from their homes, where from their children were stolen and told to be ashamed of who they are and where they come from.

When I found out that the history of residential schools has been deliberately left out of public education curriculum across Canada, Imighthave overreacted a bit (but is it even possible to “overreact” to the fact that your government committed genocide and teaches you to pretend it never happened?)

3. It Could Have Just as Easily Been You or Your Children Elsewhere.

First of all, Canada is not the only country in recent history to have had these institutions. Similar racially segregated boarding schools for the racial and cultural indoctrination of aboriginal peoples were set up across the United States, in Australia, and in New Zealand, and were all running until fairly recently in history. These schools are one of the products of thousands of years of violence, occupation, and warfare in Europe—much of which endedseveral centuries ago, with the formation of independent nations, and eventually the formation of the League of Nations (and subsequently the United Nations) to bring representatives together for peaceful negotiations and international conflict resolution (prominent notable failures of “international conflict resolution”, both before and after the formation of international committees, are WWI, WWII, and the Nazi Holocaust). For thousands of years, various European peoples were actively trying to wipe each others’ cultures and languages out in order to establish powerful regimes and empires, many of which are openly acknowledged in our history textbooks today. Our ancestors essentially took that knowledge, refined it, and perpetrated the world’s largest genocide in all of history, starting about 500 years ago with the first contact between colonists and aboriginal people on North American soil. Unlike the current state of most of Europe, much of the structural violence that came to define the relationship between European colonists and aboriginal peoples still persists to this day, and the legacy of residential schools is just one example. If by the same chances that resulted in your birth as a person of non-aboriginal heritage, you had been born into an aboriginal family, it could have just as easily been you or your children who went through residential schools.

Secondly, gender-segregated work houses where girls and women who had been accused of promiscuity were indefinitely detained and condemned to slave labour, for merely showing interest in boys, having premarital sex, or sometimes even for being raped; were also running in several European countries, such as Ireland and Scotland, throughout the same time period as residential schools in Canada and similar racially segregated institutions throughout the United States, Australia, and New Zealand. These Catholic-run work houses in Europe were also notoriously abusive, but unlike residential schools, it was the families of these girls and women who were voluntarily incarcerating them, because they believed it was congruent with the culture they were raised in that these girls and women were forced to work off their transgressions. Gays and lesbians have also faced horrendous institutional abuses throughout recent North American history, as same-sex love was still criminalized in Canada until 1969; and was still classifiedand treatedas a mental illness analogous to pedophilia, all across the continent until 1973. Many religious institutions called “straight camps” are still running throughout Canada and the United States, in which gay and lesbian children and adults are brain-washed into being ashamed of who they are and who they love in order to “correct” them into becoming straight, and despite how unethical this is, it’s still completely legal.

And finally, but perhaps most importantly, a vast majority of aboriginal peoples today are of mixed ancestry, having descended from ancestors of both aboriginal and European, Asian and/or African heritage. There’s actually a chance that some of the aboriginal people you meet could be your distant family members, or share part of your ethnic heritage, and you might not even know it yet.

lakotapeopleslawproject:

We just hit 30,000 petition signatures-we have over 100,000 Facebook supporters, so please sign the petition if you have not already!See our other Achievements: http://lakota.cc/1iWyw4DSIGN THE PETITION!: www.LakotaLaw.org/Action

lakotapeopleslawproject:

We just hit 30,000 petition signatures-
we have over 100,000 Facebook supporters, so please sign the petition if you have not already!

See our other Achievements: http://lakota.cc/1iWyw4D

SIGN THE PETITION!: www.LakotaLaw.org/Action

space-raccoons:

space-raccoons:

feministwerewolf:

space-raccoons said: What they did definitely wasn’t right but what you just did there wasn’t right either

It’s info that took me literally 3 seconds to find? it’s public info? white men are too comfortable doing this shit. if you have…

You can’t tell me who to follow, this is public information right here. I never expected you to bow to me, I just hoped you’d hear my opinion. I didn’t go into this post expecting to change your mind or offend your beliefs, no matter what I may think of them personally. This is also my person blog and I’m allowed to voice my opinions in the same way you are.

All I hear is white whine here.  you’re going on ignore regardless.  eat my ass, you’re not welcome here.