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llbwwb:


(via 500px / Baby Hyena in Kruger Park by Colin McCann)

llbwwb:

(via 500px / Baby Hyena in Kruger Park by Colin McCann)

malmalma:

菓子のカービィ

malmalma:

菓子のカービィ

gottliebe:

hobbitkaiju:

bipolarqueer:

anything a non binary person does is not binary. showing of cleavage? non binary boobies. lots of make up? non binary beauty. dresses? non binary fancy. stop implying that people aren’t non binary because they won’t buy into the “androgynous masculine” bullshit. a non binary person who doesn’t hide their boobs isn’t mocking you. get over yourself.

Same goes for other body types and ASABs too. Beard and/or mustache? Nonbinary facial hair. Tons of body hair showing? Nonbinary fuzz. Showing off a very flat or concave chest? Nonbinary chest. Rockin’ a baggy t-shirt and cargo shorts? Nonbinary casual.

Nonbinary people don’t need either femmephobia or transmisogyny. Some nonbinary people get policed/erased in the ways detailed by the OP, and others (often AMAB) get their genders policed/erased because they “don’t look femme enough” to be “really nonbinary”.

Also, don’t forget that sometimes people of any gender identity dress a certain way because of sensory and disability reasons. For example, suits and pants may be uncomfortable to wear, so someone sticks to dresses and skirts. Disability intersects non-binary identities too, and I never see disabled non-binary people discussed.

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skookumthesamoyed:

He loves helping us cook dinner, watching for dropped food very intently!

mayormittens:

i can relate

mayormittens:

i can relate

woodendreams:

Mount Rainier, Washington, US (by Nitin Kansal)

woodendreams:

Mount Rainier, Washington, US (by Nitin Kansal)

tiny-creatures:

Pine Marten by t8ter22 on Flickr.

tiny-creatures:

Pine Marten by t8ter22 on Flickr.

Clothing is generally cosmetic.

- http://bulbapedia.bulbagarden.net/wiki/Clothing (via thanksbulbapedia)

If you think the Men's Rights Movement shouldn't exist and also don't think Feminists are responsible for men's issues, what are men spposed to do then?

Anonymous

southern-feminism:

Don’t like the high male suicide rates? Join a movement that fights for the rights of people with mental illness. Join an anti-suicide/anti-bullying movement. Join feminism and fight the patriarchal idea that men should keep their emotions bottled up.

Don’t like that men never get their kids in divorce court? Teach your sons to be responsible fathers, because most of the time, the father doesn’t even ask for his kids. Join feminism and fight the patriarchal idea that women are always the best primary parents.

Don’t like that men are taught to me emotionless? Join feminism and fight that patriarchal idea.

Don’t like that male abuse/rape victims aren’t taken seriously? Join feminism and fight the patriarchal idea that women are always weaker than men. Join feminism and fight the patriarchal and victim-blaming idea that rape is always violent, and there must be great violence involved for an assault to be considered rape.

Don’t like the abuse and danger male labor workers face? Join a workers’ union.

Don’t like that males make up the majority of labor jobs? Join feminism and fight the patriarchal idea that certain jobs are meant for men and certain jobs are meant for women.

Don’t like infant circumcision? Join a movement aimed at shooting down unnecessary and oppressive religious symbols that are engrained in our culture.

Everything MRAs “fight” for is already covered in other movements. It’s just that none of them are looking because they don’t actually care that much, because the Men’s Rights Movement is an entirely reactionary movement formed in response to feminism, so all MRAs really care about is proving feminists wrong at everything (which they haven’t even done yet).