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Fat women are expected to dress in ways that are ostensibly minimizing but that, in reality, are really about us occupying less visual real estate. No bold colors, no stripes, nothing that would ever make us look bigger. It’s not that some of those rules are genuinely about looking slimmer – it’s that we draw less attention to ourselves when we comply with fashion rules. We occupy less space, metaphorically if not physically. We minimize ourselves for the comfort of other people.
Marianne Kirby at The Rotund, I Spy With My Fat Eye; On Seeing And Being Seen (via queerfatfemme)
I cannot believe in a God who wants to be praised all the time.
Friedrich Nietzsche (via seams-andstitches)

grofjardanhazy:

VOLUPTUOUS SPACE BUNNIES! SPOOKY SPOCKY!

1966

queerfeminist:

[image: a photo of a person wearing a red sequinned burqa and lacy black gloves. they’re holding a fan and a sign that says “QUEER MUSLIMS NEED ACCEPTANCE”. the text is surrounded by multicoloured, flower shaped pieces of paper.]

web-o:

“Los gays musulmanes necesitamos aceptación!”

you-look-beautifuller:

HAVE ANY OF YOU GUYS SEEN THIS
OH MY GOD

idioticteen:

A tragic story of how someone forgot to hit anon

oxane:

Frida Kahlo