danfart:

moynmoyn:

wow look at this terrible role model for young girls.

will reblog every time

(Source: nickimlnaj, via daintytree)

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Florence and The Machine - Howl

Florence and The Machine

Howl

Lungs [2009]

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jennylewismusic:

"Just One Of The Guys" from The Voyager featuring Anne Hathaway, Brie Larson, Kristen Stewart and Tennessee Thomas.

"The Voyager" out July 29 - 
http://bit.ly/1p39Xr6

Seriously my favorite song rn. Kristen Stewart in drag. That is all.

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studgenius:

jessicaisgray:

"When I got into the music industry a majority of female artists I’d seen were trying to regurgitate an ideal of the female image. They were trying to be almost a replica of what was popular. I just found that to be very boring and dishonest. I just wanted to be in control of my clothes. I wanted that choice. That’s the only thing that I’m saying. Women should not be marginalized. We shouldn’t play into the sexism." - Janelle Monae [x[

Once again for the people who insist on using Jane as the mascot for their respectability politricks and bullshit. Just seen some clowns trying to use her to tear down Rihanna the other day. Cut that shit out.

(via newwavefeminism)

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thesexuneducated:

Meghan Trainor - All About That Bass

Singing about body positivity! 

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7.11.14. music,
The Donnas - Take It Off

The Donnas

Take It Off

00sjams:

Take It Off | The Donnas

ALL the college feels.

(via she-hulk-smash)

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knowhomo:

LGBTQ* Musicians, Blues, and Music History You Should Know

Gertrude ‘Ma’ Rainey

Gertrude Malissa Nix Pridgett Rainey, better known as Ma Rainey (April 26, 1886 — December 22, 1939) was one of America’s earliest successful blues singers. 

What’s Queer* about her music?

‘Ma’ was openly (in her circles) bisexual. She was once arrested in Chicago (1925) for hosting an ‘indecent party.’ The party was shut down due to the room being full of scantily clad women and the raucous being hosted by a female driven party.

‘Ma’ highlighted her love for women in her song ”Prove It On Me Blues.”

They say I do it, ain’t nobody caught me

Sure got to prove it on me;

Went out last night with a crowd of my friends,

They must’ve been women, ‘cause I don’t like no men.

It’s true I wear a collar and a tie,

Makes the wind blow all the while

Don’t you say I do it, ain’t nobody caught me

You sure got to prove it on me.

Say I do it, ain’t nobody caught me

Sure got to prove it on me.

I went out last night with a crowd of my friends,

It must’ve been women, ‘cause I don’t like no men.

Wear my clothes just like a fan

Talk to the gals just like any old man

Cause they say I do it, ain’t nobody caught me

Sure got to prove it on me.

(via rarelyinhistory)

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How to like problematic things

patronsaintofdeath:

starvedforjustice:

  • know they’re problematic
  • know why they’re problematic
  • don’t dismiss people’s feelings/dissatisfaction with them
  • don’t silence people when they’re talking about the problems in your media, because your enjoyment is not more important than that discussion. 

Congratulations, you’ve reached the minimum level of decency for being a person who enjoys things that might be problematic. 

this! it’s ok to enjoy problematic things but discussing WHY it’s problematic is also good news bears.

(via becauseiamawoman)

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youdontlooklikeafeminist:

[willow smith — i am me]

For those who asked, this is what I was referencing in THIS post about Willow Smith and all the racist, sexist, ageist and even homophobic BS that’s been coming down on her. What’s the scariest thing in America? A 13 year old WoC not giving a SHIT about your validation, apparently.

Haters to the left, plz. 

(Source: chronicallyannoyed)

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Destiny's Child - Bootylicious

Destiny's Child

Bootylicious

Survivor

DESTINYS CHILD | BOOTYLICIOUS

(Source: j-scottt, via )

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Julia Fowlis

Julia Fowlis

Brave

supkayla:

Touch the Sky | Julie Fowlis for the Brave Soundtrack

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“ While everyone was praising Nas for his ‘Daughters’ track, I was underwhelmed and perplexed at how his lyrics could be interpreted as “positive.” I see no positive message in reinforcing a culture that elects to put “extra” (read: locked up in a tower Rapunzel style) parenting on their daughters but not the same for their sons. If we spent more time raising our sons with same ‘caution’ we do our daughters, we’d have nothing to fear. THIS convo would not be happening. Granted, women face more danger, I don’t care who agrees with that or not. We do. Danger inflicted on us by men. Yes. So wouldn’t it make more sense to…oh, raise better men? Just an idea…In the same way your daughter can get pregnant, your son can get someone pregnant. In the same way your daughter can be violated, your son can be too. Or worse, he can be the one perpetuating that violence. Someone has to be “those predators” right? They are someone’s son. It could be your son. But no one wants to preach “don’t rape” we’re in the habit of putting the sole responsibility on the ones we were originally in the business of protecting. “Don’t GET raped! DON’T GET RAPED!” Boys are allowed to embody the patriarchal heteronormative privileges of doing whatever the hell they want to do, when they want to do and how they want to do. With little concern to whom is on the receiving end of those potentially dangerous activities. If we continue police state parenting for our daughters and ‘boys will be boys’ laissez-faire for our sons we WILL CONTINUE TO LOSE. ”

Dash, ‘We Need to Start Raising Our Sons‘  (via venusgenus)

(via anotherfeminist)

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fyeahmusicgifsandpics:

En Vogue - Free Your Mind

(Source: fuckyeahmusicgifs, via cestlafemmenoire)

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becauseiamawoman:

(via Fiona Apple’s Letter To Gay Teen Goes Viral)

becauseiamawoman:

(via Fiona Apple’s Letter To Gay Teen Goes Viral)

(via thefemcritique)

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the-womanifesto:

It was bound to happen. Where’s the Meryl one?

the-womanifesto:

It was bound to happen. Where’s the Meryl one?

(Source: textsfromhillaryclinton, via the-womanifesto-deactivated2012)

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