This is what feminists mean when they say that feminism is about gender equality. It’s not really about equality, it’s about paying men back for all the supposed grievances women have suffered at the hands of the “patriarchy”.

Social revenge workers

You… do realize it’s trying to point out the wage gap between men and women, right?

Women make 75 cents to the dollar that men make. And that’s just WHITE women. POC women make even less.

So, yes, it is for equality. So that when men see that price difference, they go “Hey, that’s not equal, that sucks” and women can say “YES, LET ME TELL YOU A THING”
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21 out of 30

Are you honest with me?

I remember I had you read a letter in
front of me and you let the quiet 
fill the space between my hand
and yours, my ears and yours,
my mouth and yours,
and somehow the best you
could utter was nothing.

It is in these moments that I question
your silence and what it could mean

Do you like me?
Do you still like me?
Do you love me like you say you do?
Do you still love me?
Do you love me?

How many times must I 
tell you the same things, 
because I am tired and 
feel that I am wasting my 
breath when I could waste 
it in better ways, better ways 
like kissing you, but 
I first need to know that
this kiss means something 
to you. 

In the same way that it means to me. 

When I say I love you
can you see the sunset
over the trees,
can you hear me make
coffee while you are
still in bed
do you feel the pressure 
of my hands rub 
the soreness from your back?

Do you understand that
my words are not just

They are the way I feel. 
The way I feel about you. 

-Cynthia J. Zapata


i was really upset earlier. 

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today i feel sick

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Frida Kahlo (1907-1954, Coyoacán, Mexico) - What The Water Gave Me, 1938     Paintings: Oil on Canvas


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❝ … we have to prove to the Mexicans how Mexican we are and we have to prove to the Americans how American we are. We have to be more Mexican than the Mexicans and more American than the Americans. Both at the same time. Its exhausting. Nobody knows how tough it is to be Mexican American.

— Selena (1997)

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You - Henry Green

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