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Ew one direction bye

ew anonymous message that means nothing bye










"Family gatherings" aka "90% of the people here are racist"

”..and homophobic”

"and sexist"

"and claim to be none of these things"

"they’re just joking"

"you’re just going through a phase"

"you’ll get used to it"

"so do you have a boyfriend yet?" 

"Where’s your girlfriend? I though you were a ladies man?"

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showing your friend something you know they would flip out over and they say “I’ve already seen it”


i was supposed to be the hero

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  • baby: m- m- m- ma- ma-
  • mother: mama?? are you trying to say mama ???Jessica come quick get the camera
  • baby: mama mama!
  • mother: oh thank god our son isn't one of those fucking memers






Would you trust your kids around cis people? I sure as hell wouldn’t.

If my kids are cis I’m killing them

gotta love that infanticide is the go-to thing with these people

We honestly cannot let this die.
People need to see how awful tumblr really is at it’s core and I refuse to let this die.

Please let it be satire please let it be satire please let it be satire

-Eros on mobile

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Equality is the belief that everyone, regardless of ethnicity, sex/gender, religion, etc, have the same rights under the law and respect in society.

Bigotry is the result of hatred and prejudice against ethnicity, sex/gender, religion.

LGBT kind is slowly closing…

Anonymous asked:
(cont.) In China, you can buy WHITENING CREAM. In fact, the same beauty standards exist in India. I can't speak for the other countries you mentioned, but you should not just say things w/o sources. Moreover, how do you know if you don't like some one? Because of their race? That's prejudice. Pre-Judging them. you don't know them--but dislike them because of their race. This has ramifications BEYOND eye color (as you argue). Moreover, this shows the lasting impact of white-supremacy.



I agree with you on some of that anon, but white isn’t considered beautiful to most in those countries, however it is true some women and few men want to be white, as when I was in Pakistan I saw some women bleaching their skin. That does not mean that everyone feels that way, as i guarantee that a lot of people over there do not want to look like and american or European. 

Also if not finding a certain skin tone appealing (romantically and sexually) is racist then i am racist towards my own race. 

~Mod Espeon


          Listen here, anon! I can’t speak for the other countries you listed, but you can go right on ahead and take Japan right the f-f-fuCK out! Pale complexions were ALWAYS a thing of beauty in Japan long before ANY Europeans happened upon there. It denoted wealth and aristocracy because only darker people were the ones who were ALWAYS outside doing some sort of labor (farmers and other common folk). Further south you go, the darker the complexion you can find, but many people with more concern with fashion than sports (esp. young women) will want brighter complexion. This has to do with the fact that, as I said before, it show your class as well as make you look young, innocent, pure, and give you blemish-free skin.

          Just while on this topic, I also want to bring up the point of Japanese, Korean having big eyes. It is NOT to look more European at ALL. Maybe some (such as the ones who go to America and feel out of place, esp. in earlier decades), but the [substantial] majority just want to have their natural Asian beauty heightened, ok? They do not want to look European―they still want to be Japanese or Korean. Do you not know that there are many East Asian with natural folds in their eyes and not just monolid? Shocking, I know.

          I usually don’t get so rude, but this infuriates me to no point. The desire to have pale skin in Japan, Korea, and China did not spontaneously happen from the introduction of Europeans.


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There are no words to express how proud I am of Zayn and his act of insanely beautiful courage. Despite being constantly subjected to meanness, prejudices and discrimination, he holds his soul erect, he has the kind of obstinate and wild beauty that only the flowers grown…

"In February, we headed to LA to do some work on the album, which was absolutely crazy. It’s a different world out there though at one point I was worried I wasn’t even going to get into the country. All other guys went through passport control fine, then a woman stopped me, called over our tour manage Paul and said: “There’s a problem with him. He needs to go back.” They took me into a room and I thought they were going to keep me there for hours, but thankfully the women who came to talk to me knew who Simon Cowell was and knew I was a band. In the end i was interviewed for an hour about what I was doing there and why I was visiting America. It turned out that my name was flagged up as similar to that of someone they were looking for, so they were just being cautious. I got stopped at customs as well, but again I got through okay as the guy there was really nice."

Zayn Malik, Dare to Dream

In case you’re wondering, this is what racism and islamophobia look like

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