1. 08:00 6th Jul 2013

    Notes: 109

    Reblogged from mxnotmrdarcy

    Tags: privilegeindeed

    Privilege means always having a history of ‘JESUS CHRIST DID I REALLY SAY THAT’
    — Better get used to it. It’s at least a sign of growth. (via mxnotmrdarcy)

    (Source: amydentata)

     
  2. 06:32 9th Apr 2013

    Notes: 264310

    Reblogged from spookyskookin

    Tags: quoteprivilegekyriarchy

    Male privilege is “I have a boyfriend” being the only thing that can actually stop someone from hitting on you because they respect another male-bodied person more than they respect your rejection/lack of interest.
    — 

    The Sociological Cinema (via trimichaelceratops)

    There was actually research that was done that found that women who used an “I have a boyfriend/husband” excuse to reject unwanted sexual attention and harassment by their bosses were more likely to be left alone than those who used any other excuse (including “I’m not interested”)

    "it’s usually the only thing that works for ME, on okcupid, loki knows…"[gqbrielle]

    (Source: queerintersectional)

     
  3. jethroq:

    Reminder that if you think privilege theory, or demands for intersectionality in political struggle are “Tumblr SJ zealotry”, please unfollow the fuck out of me right now.

     
  4. 02:37 19th Dec 2012

    Notes: 2283

    Reblogged from secretandroid

    Tags: privilegethe draft

    crackerhell:

    princessgeneralneeshyneesh:

    fussybabybitch:

    Female privilege is not having to worry about the draft

    Male privilege is not having to worry about the draft either because it’s not fucking 1971 you stodge 

    Ok I lold

    dying

     
  5. Because it's totally the same...

    1. Me: Ugh, there were so many fucking breeders at the dyke bar tonight.
    2. Straight friend: I find that word really offensive! And isn't it a public place? Why should I be discriminated against based on my sexual orientation? You're being a hypocrite!
    3. Me: You're right. Tell me more about how queers are oppressing you as a straight person. I didn't realize that straight people had no bars, clubs, or other meeting places of their own where they can meet safely. I didn't realize how much queer people wanting to be around other queer people was hurting your heterosexual feelings. You poor thing!