effedéka

Tumblera ce qui l'intéresse, l'enrage, la motive, l'inspire : politique, musique, graffiti, art, justice sociale, activisme, féminisme, gratuité scolaire, société, etc.

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Photo - "Qui nous protège de la police?" par Dominic Bérubé

Les quelques trucs que j'écris, publie, photographie : http://effedeka.tumblr.com/search/effedeka.
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pierre-roulante:

politicallyairborne:

pierre-roulante:

Cette photo a été prise en 1988. 

Crédit : André Querry

+CAQ

Cette photo reste toujours d’actualité.

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be-blackstar:

This is how you handle getting your privileged called out. 

Not “reverse racism!” Not “heterophobe!” and all those other dynamics that don’t exist. Just recognition. Recognition of privilege (and hopefully continuous self-checking) 

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lacigreen:

50shadesofacceptance:

superdodirty:

it ok to not be ready

Please spread this shit like wildfire. People go on and sit through the whole experience and they’re uncomfortable because they just want to please their partner and they don’t tell them that they want to stop because they are not ready. It’s okay not to be ready. 

i wish someone had told me this kind of stuff when i was younger… ಠ_ಠ

(via mariane-lfod)

divasdishblog:

"People are perfectly happy to see women as sex objects, but the actual biologic of our bodies is apparently gross and unmentionable."

Our Bodies, Ourselves.

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nerdygirlnoodles:

daddydragonandbabyhusky:

amber-and-ice:

aflyingcontradiction:

sword-meets-rose:

feministkitten:

source

i wrote a paper as a senior in high school about this and when tracking the unhealthy relationship symptoms i found this out too. fucking a.

THIS is a legitimate reason to think Twilight is problematic. Not “oooh, but it’s girly literature cause the vampires sparkle and all the teen girls are into Edward”. As funny as some of the sparkly vampires jokes are - and they really sometimes are - Twilight’s very unique take on vampires is the least of the series’ problems, yet this criticism gets heard a lot more than the criticism of people who have noticed that something isn’t quite right in the relationship between Edward and Bella.

I brought this up every chance I had when I was working with the youth theatre girls this summer. There was one in particular who was way gaga over Edward and how she wanted a boyfriend just like him, so I told her “Oh, you’d be ok with a guy who followed you everywhere, invaded your privacy, ignored your feelings, sabotaged your friendships, and isolated you from everyone you’ve ever loved? And nearly killed you on several occasions?”

And I literally watched the switch flip in her head.

This is why I hate the books, Edward scared the crap out me. He stalked her, broke her car many times, put her in danger, and so much more.

Which is why 50 Shades of Repetitive Abuse is even worse. Christian and Ana’s relationship (Which is of course based on Edward and Bella) has ALL OF THESE ISSUES, plus the added dangers of BDSM when placed in the wrong hands. 

(via egalitariste)

When researchers at the University of Toronto and the University of Washington observed young people’s behavior in bars, they found that the man’s aggressiveness didn’t match his level of intoxication. There was no relationship.

Instead, men targeted women who were intoxicated.

submissivefeminist:

If you think this isn’t the damn truth you should know that a few years back, my campus newspaper ran an article that said fat women should be grateful for rape because it’s the only way they’ll ever feel worthy of a man’s attention.

I shit you not.

(via forgetpolitics)

riotingfeminist:

ungyo:

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Saw the video floating around so I gif’d it for anyone who doesn’t wanna actually watch it haha.

the last one though. so accurate.

(via the-secret-vegan)

HEy!!! When are you doing CWY?!?!
effedeka effedeka Said:

I did it last year! 2012-2013 Sudbury-Ukraine

Are you going to do it? :)

Those are pictures from my experience :) : http://labointerculturel.tumblr.com/

feminishblog:

Since we’ve been discussing consent a good deal the past few days, I want to touch on the point that it also needs to be continuous.

Now what does that mean exactly?

A.) It means that consent may be revoked at anytime, so it’s important to be in-tune with, and checking in with your partner.

B.) Just because you have consent for one sex act, does not mean you have consent for all sex acts.

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