Cute Laundry
23 year old bisexual, tri-gender feminist Korean who advocates social justice. Please refer to the link TAGGING for information about what I post.
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koreanmodel:

Hye Park at Mosca Spring 2015 Seoul Fashion Week

koreanmodel:

Hye Park at Mosca Spring 2015 Seoul Fashion Week

shmurdapunk:

someone stop me from getting a bartruto tattoo


OMGOD HOMER ZORO FROM ONE PIECE?!!! and LISA IS MIKASA FROM AOT! omgoddddddddddddddddddddddddddddddddddddddddddd

shmurdapunk:

someone stop me from getting a bartruto tattoo

OMGOD HOMER ZORO FROM ONE PIECE?!!! and LISA IS MIKASA FROM AOT! omgoddddddddddddddddddddddddddddddddddddddddddd

(Source: coalgirls)

koreanmodel:

Street style: Lee Seong Kyeong at Seoul Fashion Week Spring 2015 shot by Choi Seung Jum

koreanmodel:

Street style: Lee Seong Kyeong at Seoul Fashion Week Spring 2015 shot by Choi Seung Jum

theorlandojones:

That’s more like it.

theorlandojones:

That’s more like it.

my face hurts

spirkcantwerk:

This scene actually works better as stills

(Source: 90s90s90s, via ruinedchildhood)

mighty-mutants:

newvagabond:

did-you-kno:

Source



This is way too funny to not reblog again

mighty-mutants:

newvagabond:

did-you-kno:

Source

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This is way too funny to not reblog again

(via voguedissent)

1910-again:

Charles Angrand, The Good Samaritan 1895

1910-again:

Charles Angrand, The Good Samaritan 1895

(via dear-southernresident)

cocofullofgrace:

WOMANISM 101

(via voguedissent)

my black and white standard parti-poodle baby does not like it when we babysit our friends’ dogs 

To show her displeasure, she tends to sit far away and watch bitterly (full creeper mode)

the-goddamazon:

I HATE THIS SO MUCH

(Source: bionicwasok, via shmurdapunk)

progressiveresistance:

benpaddon:

The phrase “words to live by” gets thrown around often these days, but these are absolutely words to live by.

This reminds so much of something my mom would say/has said that I have to reblog it.

(Source: c-mines, via mysoulhasgrowndeep-liketherivers)

The ‘victim’ approach to the study of white women in the slave formation, therefore, has severe limitations… while white males were the predominant owners of slaves in the plantation sector, the same cannot be said for the urban sector. White women were generally the owners of small properties, rather than large estates, but their small properties were more proportionately stocked with slaves than the large, male owned properties.

In 1815, white women owned about 24 percent of the slaves in St Lucia; 12 per cent of the slaves on properties of more than 50 slaves, and 48 per cent of the properties with less than 10 slaves. In Barbados in 1817, less than five of the holdings of 50 slaves or more were owned by white women, but they owned 40 percent of the properties with less than 10 slaves…

White women also owned more female slaves than male slaves. The extensive female ownership of slaves in the towns was matched by the unusually high proportion of females in the slave population; female slave owners owned more female slaves than male slave owners….

From these data the image that emerges of the white female slaveowner is that she was generally urban, in possession of less than ten slaves, the majority of whom were female. That female slaveowners generally owned female slaves, indicates the nature of enterprises, and hence labour regimes, managed and owned by white women. It is reasonable, then, to argue that any conceptualization of urban slavery, especially with reference to the experiences of enslaved black women, should proceed with an explicit articulation of white women are principal slaveowners.

— excerpt from Centering Woman: Gender Discourses in Caribbean Slave Society by Hilary McD Beckles  (via daniellemertina)

White feminists tend to conveniently forget this and pretend that they don’t benefit from white supremacy like white men (via thisisnotjapan)

(via angrywocunited)

theamericanavenger:

theamericanavenger:

Okay guys this is kinda important. GQ just came in the mail and for the first time in a long while it had a really important article…

I just sat here for like the last half hour reading this and I’m incredibly appalled at our justice system in regards to the military. The article interviews about 23 men who have all been sexually assaulted in some branch of the military. The PTSD from sexual assault in the military is more prevalent than PTSD from combat…

If you have a chance I suggest reading this article…and the title is a quote that one of the victims Doctor told him…

Hey guys! I’m very impressed and extremely happy to see this post gaining a lot of speed over the last few days! A few people have requested it, so i’ve gone ahead and scanned the pages of the article for those who want to read it, to read. 

So, here it is!

(via angrywocunited)