Invigning av Spring Pride i Eskilstuna och @etowngrrrlgang öppnar med fantastisk sång! Vi är bäst!
This is realllllllllly weird lmao
This is really NORMAL.
Except we never see it-so it is terrifying and uncomfortable when it happens.
(Mostly because people would laugh or be unkind)
I own a sex shop. Once a woman bled on our chair during an interview. She was horrified and felt ashamed because it was in some way unprofessional. We weren’t bothered. We said ‘what better place to work on being ok with your body than at a feminist sex shop?’
Bleeding is normal and dealing with it is one of the most pervasive ways women are complicit in their silence.
Some men bleed too. How would you react to that? For many men who are Trans the act of bleeding is a security threat.
Fuck off with your lolz.
Reblogging again for above commentary ^^^^^
So happy that the above commentor included trans* men.
(Source: cycleofmisery, via manacrystals)
Teemu och Adde T leker med mina gosedjur
I’ve seen a lot of this on Tumblr lately, so this is for all of you (including me) who want to run around in jean shorts all summer but feel like you can’t because of some intangible socially conscribed idea of what bare legs are ‘supposed’ to look like.
(Of course, some people have their own perfectly good reasons for wanting to cover up, and that’s just as fine).
Rocking shorts and skirts this summer.
Showing off my tattoos and stubble and scars.
Some 50 year old lady I kinda know stopped me in the street not long ago to tell me that she really admired me/thought I was brave because I always wear short shorts.
It’s nice but in a way it makes me sad that somebody would look at me and instead of thinking I’m hot, thinks I’m brave.
Anyway, shorts are the muse comfortable thing ever and I’m glad I’m able to wear them, thunder thighs, scars and all!
This is what I’m doing today!