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tbh i’ve always felt really disgusted by non-lgbt people selling pride merch, as well as lgbt people selling pride merch that doesn’t have to do with their personal sexuality (ie a gay man selling lesbian pride merch or, in the case of wickedqueer, a bi woman selling lesbian pride merch and then also selling anti-butch merch at the same time). my sexuality and the sexuality of others are not here for your financial gain, thanks.

however, i want bisexuals to sell bisexual pride merch because it benefits them, not just monetarily, but also because they themselves are bi. as a bi woman i would fully support that kind of endeavor. same would go for gay people selling gay pride merch, asexuals selling asexual pride merch, etc etc.

a piece of gay pride merch sold by a gay person tells me that they know the struggles of being gay, and that they are proud of themself and the gay community and that they want to support it. it also tells me that the purchase of that merch directly benefits a gay person, many of whom still struggle with homophobia on a daily basis.

when a random jackass on etsy hocks pride merch when they’re not even a part of the community they’re trying to sell to, their actions tell me that they want to profit off of their struggles. if you actually cared about the lgbt community, you wouldn’t be making money off of us. you would be donating money to lgbt charities.

wickedqueer would be better off shutting up instead of speaking above gender nonconforming lesbians, a group that she is not a part of and will never be part of. the money she makes off of lesbians is not directly benefiting lesbians. in fact it’s hurting lesbians, particularly the ones she doesn’t see as worthy of her support simply because of their mannerisms, style of dress, etc. if she really wanted to apologize to butch lesbians, she would have taken down that listing and stopped producing those ugly, poorly-designed buttons.

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Comparing butches to men is lesbophobic. We are women. We are not oppressors, we are not privileged, being gender non-conforming actually puts us in a more vulnerable position.
Shamelessly Unladylike. Repeat: STOP comparing butches to males. Butches are women— female! Not “male impersonators”, and STOP comparing lesbianism to male heterosexuality and the shit you see in porn. Butches are women—females!— who defy gender/feminine stereotypes and expectations by dressing and acting however they want. And yet their womanhood and femaleness remain intact. If you’re stupid enough to believe that fashion and mannerisms either make or break someone’s bio/physio sex then you’re probably too stupid to play in a ball-pit by yourself, so go find yourself an adult to mind your simple ass. (via the-uncensored-she)
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ppl are always like “no game is perfect you can’t please EVERYbody” but when was the last time you heard a motherfucker complain about portal

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Straight people don’t get a pride parade. White people don’t join the Black Panthers. Men are not feminists.

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Thank you so much to everyone who has participated in this thread! Your comments are much appreciated.  The listing has been edited for clarity. 

You’re not the moderator of this thread, mrs god-complex.

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every so often in a lesbians life we have a moment where we look out into the distance, reflect on our life choices, ambitions and dreams, and think to ourselves…

"i’m gonna rewatch the l word"

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Today I was thinking about how I won’t be able to play Inquisition when it comes out. And I was bummed out because I anticipated the tags being flooded with screenshots of everyone’s male inquisitors and Sera.

and then

I remembered


seriously, this is why lesbian characters are so important to me

loudmouthgeek said: 

I think Santana has a healthy respect for people who are more powerful than her (ie Sue), so I think they would be more likely to be friends. Also Santana is markedly less antagonistic to women she thinks are hot.

I… have never seen it that way. You’re entirely right. But then, you’re always right about fictional characters. Thank you.


glee has lowered my expectations so much that i can tolerate most of my other tv shows’ shitty moments

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The FIRST Time I Ever Ate… (by hartbeat)

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Gonna keep a tally of messages I get from a) white feminists completely proving my point and b) people who think this comic proves feminism is worthless because I criticized one part of it. (Even despite me writing these words underneath the comic.) Then I’ll add them all up, see which column has more, and then drink myself to sleep either way.

Haha… this is why we can’t have nice things.

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But would Morrigan and Santana Lopez be best friends or would they kill each other?

  • Alistair: My mother's dead
  • Leliana: My mother's dead
  • Zevran: My mother's dead
  • Morrigan: I need you to kill my mother
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