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If I know I’m going to be eating at a restaurant later, I’ll pick out what I want to eat from their online menu, so I don’t have to make a decision on the spot. #ADHDcopingmechanism
Anonymous asked: genderqueer people have always had a place in lesbianism, i'm sorry what? since when?
Since butch. Since “bois.” Since studs. Since all kinds of things. Lesbianism was not invented in the year 2000.
Yes, unless you’re bi, in which case you might as well be bigfoot for all you’re recognized to actually exist within lesbian “community”.
CeCe McDonald on her time in prison: “I felt like they wanted me to hate myself as a trans woman” - Salon.com
'Q.U.E.E.N.’ definitely is an acronym,' Monae explains during an interview at Fuse HQ. 'It’s for those who are marginalized.' She says the 'Q' represents the queer community, the 'U' for the untouchables, the 'E' for emigrants, the second 'E' for the excommunicated and the “N” for those labeled as negroid.
'It’s for everyone who’s felt ostracized,' she adds. 'I wanted to create something for people who feel like they want to give up because they’re not accepted by society.'”
Jeff Benjamin, on Janelle Monae
Quote is from the post: Janelle Monae Says “Q.U.E.E.N.” Is For The “Ostracized & Marginalized” on Fuse TV. I cannot express enough how much I adore this song and her!
Ben: I don't feel like I should be wearing this Kansas City Chiefs hat anymore. It seems like it might offend somebody.
Andy: Well... I honestly don't think it's that offensive, but of course you shouldn't wear things you're not comfortable with- hey wait, did you just throw it in the trash?
Ben: um... yeah.
Ben: Well isn't it Native American appropriation?
Andy: Oh you mean *Indian* chiefs! I thought you were worried about offending people in St Louis by supporting a team from Kansas City!