Viking Empress Of The Seven Realms
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Well. I'm Cam. Danish - born and bred. Queen of Volscians. Radical feminist. Misanthrope. Anti-religion. Religions are disgusting and I don't care if you're offended or insulted. If you think an ancient book written by sexist and barbaric men can be used to guide government or people today - then you're deluded and you need to gtfo. I like books, tea, several tv-series that I´m way to lazy to name, cats, other baby animals, Music, written roleplays, and feminism - obviously. Now, I reblog whatever the hell I feel like - as it is my blog and I am quite sure my askbox is open to everybody - even pesky anons - if you got something to say.

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original: cockleshells
via: mediumtrip





Okay so imagine the villain has captured a girl the protagonist cares about and is all like “I’ll kill her unless you give me the macguffin!”

And the hero’s like “that will never happen! I love her and she loves me! Right?”

And the girl’s like “um…this isn’t the best time.”

And the protagonist screams she’s a friendzoning whore and abandons her.

And the villain’s like “fuck that guy” and teaches her how to walk in thigh-high leather boots.







here for it


defend wbw-only spaces or gtfo

(Source: oh-lord-jesus-its-a-firebender)

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original: gyzym
via: femmephrodite


You know, a few months ago this dude friend of mine showed up to hang out with me all dejected. Over a couple of drinks he explained his long face — earlier that night, he’d been walking down the street behind this really cute girl, and when she looked back at him over her shoulder, he thought it was in interest and smiled at her. Now, this guy is tall and skinny, can most commonly be found in glasses and t-shirts scrawled across with math jokes, is kind to animals, considers himself a feminist. What he doesn’t consider himself is threatening, so he was surprised, confused, and even hurt by what happened next: the girl in front of him responding to his called greeting of, “Nice skirt,” by taking off down the darkened street in a dead run. 

"Yeah," I said, "she probably thought you were going to rape her." 

"But that’s not fair,” he said. “I’m a good person; I’d never rape anyone! How could she think that? She doesn’t even know me.” 

Out here in the wilds of the internet, I often find myself making arguments about shit like feminism and rape culture unilaterally. For one thing, there’s so much (like, so much) out there arguing unilaterally against this shit that I feel it’s necessary; for another thing, ‘round these parts there’s a lot of people jumping to hostility when it’s painfully clear they don’t have a handle on all the facts. But I’m more lenient with the people in my real life, especially dudes like the one mentioned above. I’m willing to extend to them a patience that I wouldn’t with strangers on the internet, because they matter to me, and it matters to me that they understand. So when my friend sat there that night, whining over his beer and responding to my attempted explanations with, “But I’d love it if a girl smiled at me on the street, or even catcalled at me! Fuck, even if a dude did it, I’d be flattered,” I decided to spend some time thinking about how to clear things up for him. It took awhile, but I finally came up with a metaphor to get the job done:

Consider the bank. 

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— b.e.fitzgerald (My manifesto)




have you ever met someone who is like the human version of period cramps


I think this is the first time something has conveyed to me with true clarity just how bad period cramps are.

(Source: michaelgclifford)


this is so terrifyingly accurate
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original: evilfeminist
via: radicalmayhem



“Trans women are women.”

The answer repeatedly given by trans advocates:

“A woman is a person who identifies as a woman.”

This is a statement that is literally devoid of content; a semantic nothing.  

When one identifies “as a woman,” what is one identifying with?

I seriously just need someone to answer this with something other than sexist gender roles to convince me to be a transactivist. That is literally all it would take.
Tell me how someone can feel like a sex, without using the gender roles that feminists have been fighting against since suffrage, and I’m with you.

Catherine Woodiwiss, “A New Normal: Ten Things I’ve Learned About Trauma” (via makojaeger)

I think I am at that stage now. I’ve made meaning out of what happened. I am who I am today because of that, and I am proud of how I chose to deal with it (by raising hell).

(via terfosaurus-rex)

(Source: twloha)