The CFC

28 Jun 2014

niggaimdeadass:

bradofarrell:

"You know what the problem with white people is? You don’t respect anybody’s humanity except for your own. You don’t respect anybody’s pain but your own. You expect Jewish people to hate Hitler, and to hate the Nazis… but you can’t understand why we should hate you.”

(via niggaimdeadass)

on the bones of the native americans 

on the bones of the slaves

on the bones of the puerto ricans

on the bones of the mexicans

HE WAS P R E A C H I N G 

21 Mar 2013

strawberreli:

secondgenhybrid:

biyuti:

(rebloggable by request)

Anon asked: How is being transgender different from being transethnic? I’m sorry, this may seem like a trolling question, but I genuinely want to know.

My reply:

I’m sad that this is confusing :(

20 Mar 2013

girljanitor:

1. Police assault a gay man. It is reported and framed as an “anti-gay” attack. White gay people say “look at the terrible violence we face!”

He is a black man.

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2. Feminists decry the horrific new developments in regard to the criminalization of pregnancy, i.e. people with uteri…

17 Mar 2013

lifeisliterallylimited:

aamerrahman:

Yes, it was that bad.

11 Mar 2013

janetmock:

When I was thrown in the headlines for my Twitter/Tumblr commentary on the saga that is Azealia Banks vs. Perez Hilton, I knew I needed to occupy some space to expand this matter - hence my xoJane piece “How I Landed In the Ring with Azealia & Perez”.
It’s about the weight of our language, about our society’s creation of victims-villains, and about how we must all - media makers, famous folk and pop culture consumers - hold one another accountable for our biases, words and actions, no matter what bodies they come from and the ones they hit.

janetmock:

When I was thrown in the headlines for my Twitter/Tumblr commentary on the saga that is Azealia Banks vs. Perez Hilton, I knew I needed to occupy some space to expand this matter - hence my xoJane piece “How I Landed In the Ring with Azealia & Perez”.

It’s about the weight of our language, about our society’s creation of victims-villains, and about how we must all - media makers, famous folk and pop culture consumers - hold one another accountable for our biases, words and actions, no matter what bodies they come from and the ones they hit.