“Schools have classes called “women’s studies,” and “African-American literature” because the standard for existence set by white men has yet to be rescinded in this age. “Normal” history is the history of a certain class of white people, from the perspective of men. All the other histories are precisely that: other.”—Cunt: A Declaration of Independence. (via shakethecobwebs)
I hate fat shamers, I hate rape apologists, I hate that I have to hide my sexuality, I hate that I make people uncomfortable, I hate relying on other people to make me happy, I hate that I’m the only one who loves my body, I hate being too sad to be productive, I hate that people think because I’m open about my sexuality that I’m only looking for sex and not a partnership, I hate today.
“That is part of the beauty of all literature. You discover that your longings are universal longings, that you’re not lonely and isolated from anyone. You belong.”—F. Scott Fitzgerald (via misswallflower)