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insidiouschris:

fatbodypolitics:

atomic-glitter:

wocinsolidarity:

allahyil3analsohyouniyeh:

Omg look at petas response Holy shit what the fuck burn them omg

so when we say fuck PETA you know where we’re coming from

When it comes down to it, considering the fact that they kill most of the animals they’re “saving”, they objectify women in most of their ads, and they don’t give a shit about POCs being harmed for their food, the only population PETA cares about is white American vegan men. That’s funny - sounds like almost everyone else.

Not surprised.


Sad

The answer is to start eating each other; or simply to stop eating. View Larger

insidiouschris:

fatbodypolitics:

atomic-glitter:

wocinsolidarity:

allahyil3analsohyouniyeh:

Omg look at petas response
Holy shit what the fuck burn them omg

so when we say fuck PETA you know where we’re coming from

When it comes down to it, considering the fact that they kill most of the animals they’re “saving”, they objectify women in most of their ads, and they don’t give a shit about POCs being harmed for their food, the only population PETA cares about is white American vegan men. That’s funny - sounds like almost everyone else.

Not surprised.

Sad

The answer is to start eating each other; or simply to stop eating.


Everything reminds me of my failures, while success stands behind me waiting for me to turn around.

— Anonymous


Corporeal consciousness

…In fact, I feel troubled whenever I come across a photo of a shirtless man; this is not due to my sexuality. Yes I like men, but I am not the only one who does. My problem is directly related to the way I feel about my body, and the possibilities of quitting sedentarism and embracing a life-style that fits what I want, or maybe what society has made me believe I want. I know now that women are not the only ones that struggle with looking at a photo of a woman who fits patriarchal normativity.

Nowadays —and I would not like to venture and state that this has been like this for ages, since I have no knowledge of it—, everybody is overwhelmed by the vast imagery of the “Ideal body type.” Health issues always come handy to those who try to impose a certain ideology upon people that do not comply to the body “they could have if only did they eat better.”

I am sick and tired of having to excuse myself on my lack of discipline, my finances, or the little time I have for “leisure” activities. I’ve concluded that this has to do with the low self-steem I have started to develop and the desire for recognition somehow put against the canvas of reality