Milica, Serbia .^. white/cis/female/unknown age.

multi-fandom(i swear)/social-justice blog (mostly)
+pretty stuff,art & food

Rookie artist; i bathe in all forms of art
from music to writing to painting c:

i have a lot of feels and reblog too much; i want to befriend all

notes:
-tuesday is teen wolf day; beware of the spam; i tag
-I suffer from social anxiety, so if I ever
seem strange and weird, I apologies
-I love slam poetry and street art a lot
-I tag passionately, so please read C:
e^e i dun know who you are but i love you a lot
-if you want to get to know me quickly just go to my "i laugh because i cry" life tag and/or "about me" page
100 Favourite Fictional Ladies (in no order)
1.Peyton Sawyer

I want to believe in it all again. Music and art, fate and love. And I want to believe that I’ve made the right choices, that I’m on the right path, and that there’s still time to fix some mistakes I’ve made. I guess I just want hope

100 Favourite Fictional Ladies (in no order)

1.Peyton Sawyer

I want to believe in it all again. Music and art, fate and love. And I want to believe that I’ve made the right choices, that I’m on the right path, and that there’s still time to fix some mistakes I’ve made. I guess I just want hope

"Be the bigger person"

tcharlatan:

is bullshit advice.

My bigness is not determined by my capacity to quietly absorb bullying, degradation, or abuse.

why you don’t see a lot of “nice” SJ bloggers:

theroguefeminist:

  1. people take advantage of your niceness to exploit you as a “source” of information - bombarding you with questions/requests with no respect for your boundaries/limitations
  2. give you backhanded compliments on your niceness at the expense of less nice “unreasonable” feminists/activists/others in your group
  3. use your nice statements as arguments against less nice activists/ people in your group or to excuse/justify oppressive behavior
  4. take your niceness as an invitation to enter your space even if they have a bigoted mindset because they find your space comfortable/safe (making it less safe for you)
  5. use your niceness as the basis for creating a false “middle ground” on issues of oppression and/or painting oppressive behaviors as mere mistakes or as a “gray area”
  6. the things we are upset about or denounce are usually upheld and praised and we are working to counteract those messages and create spaces where those things are unacceptable/not upheld as ideal
  7. lastly, niceness in the oppressed is usually defined by the privileged as being docile/acquiescent- basically being complicit in or enabling oppression and activists are by definition not these things. see [x]

jmscook asked: karen jackson or mandy milkovich

(Source: jbaggles)

elicrotch:

v0ciferation:

checks grades

*bastille voice* how am i gonna be an optimist about this

well if you close your eyes

officialheinzdoofenshmirtz:

behold, it is i, the evil social justice warrior, here to ruin your fun by pointing out that you’re being kind of an asshole

angels-and-alcohol:

guidanceoffice:

every fucking episode

half of his scenes didn’t even have lines just him lurking from different angles with different lighting

sanastark:

honestly i try not to judge people before i get to know them but if you hate sansa stark it’s a whole other ball game

(Source: sanastark)

POC: *becomes lifelong friends with white classmates*
POC: *lends helping hand to white co-workers*
POC: *breaks bread with white family members*
POC: *reads/watches too many white writers/filmmakers/actors to name*
POC: *speaks out against white supremacy*
White person: O MY GOD YOU HATE WHITE PEOPLE!!!!
POC: ... ... ...
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