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equalityformermaids:

cultureisnotacostume:

poppypicklesticks:

cultureisnotacostume:

lifandiveira:

asieybarbie:

ignore anyone who tells you otherwise.

No white girls?

Lmao I knew it wouldn’t be long until someone tried to make it about themselves. Yes no white girls. Deal with it.

Plus I don’t appreciate blogs that are basically white supremacist reblogging from us, and from what I’ve seen, the whole point of your blog is to erase and/or stereotype POC while calling them ugly, and any positive posts you make are about white people. Don’t reblog our posts, I don’t wanna be associated with your shitty ass blog.

-Allyssa

"All women are beautiful!  Every shape, size, age and colour!  Except white girls.  Fucking shitty ass white girls, self-esteem is not for them!  Yes we made a point of not including you in our post about how all women are beautiful stop making it about you!!!!!!!!!"

This post is not about “all women are beautiful” it’s about “women of color are beautiful despite the fact that our society tells them they’re not” and white girls have no business making this post about them.
-Allyssa

"effective feminism is realizing that every struggle is not your own and that you can’t always relate" - tumblr user trapghoul


idislikecispeople:

Hello, my name is Adele, or Kat, the latter is more of a nickname. I’m a 21 year old trans girl who also happens to be a type 1 diabetic without insurance. What is diabetes, you may ask? Diabetes is a disease that infects the pancreas that hinders/disables it from producing insulin, therefore, I have to dose before meals and before bedtime or else I could go into ketoacidosis, where the body experiences high a blood sugar for too long, and basic body functions begin to fail. I’ve been hospitalized twice for this since I was diagnosed at 15 years old, and prolonged exposure to high blood sugar can effect the body in many harmful ways, like the loss of hands or feet, kidneys shutting down, loss of vision, etc. In case you didn’t know, insulin is a very expensive, novolog, for example, is over $450 for a single vial, and lantus being around $400 a vial. I currently live with my mother and brother which helps some of the financial strain, as well as having insulin still left over, but it won’t last forever, and what I aim to accomplish with this is to save up enough money for me to be able to buy it when it does run out, so I’m starting this a little early. If anyone sees the Amazon gift card post, don’t reblog it, as I would prefer money being put into my bank account. 
If you would like to donate to me to help me financially, you can donate to my PayPal, which I have a button which links you directly, or you can send it to megucagirl@gmail.com from PayPal itself. Even if you can only spare $1, it would help in the long to help me to afford my own insulin or to help me afford insurance which I have been denied help from the government already, and looking into private insurances. 
Please! Even if you can’t afford it, reblog and signal boost, This is very important. 
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idislikecispeople:

Hello, my name is Adele, or Kat, the latter is more of a nickname. I’m a 21 year old trans girl who also happens to be a type 1 diabetic without insurance. What is diabetes, you may ask? Diabetes is a disease that infects the pancreas that hinders/disables it from producing insulin, therefore, I have to dose before meals and before bedtime or else I could go into ketoacidosis, where the body experiences high a blood sugar for too long, and basic body functions begin to fail. I’ve been hospitalized twice for this since I was diagnosed at 15 years old, and prolonged exposure to high blood sugar can effect the body in many harmful ways, like the loss of hands or feet, kidneys shutting down, loss of vision, etc. In case you didn’t know, insulin is a very expensive, novolog, for example, is over $450 for a single vial, and lantus being around $400 a vial. I currently live with my mother and brother which helps some of the financial strain, as well as having insulin still left over, but it won’t last forever, and what I aim to accomplish with this is to save up enough money for me to be able to buy it when it does run out, so I’m starting this a little early. If anyone sees the Amazon gift card post, don’t reblog it, as I would prefer money being put into my bank account. 

If you would like to donate to me to help me financially, you can donate to my PayPal, which I have a button which links you directly, or you can send it to megucagirl@gmail.com from PayPal itself. Even if you can only spare $1, it would help in the long to help me to afford my own insulin or to help me afford insurance which I have been denied help from the government already, and looking into private insurances. 

Please! Even if you can’t afford it, reblog and signal boost, This is very important.