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this symbol does not represent mainstream feminism
this is the symbol for black feminism, that black feminists have created and been using for decades to represent our struggle against anti-black misogyny, hence the combination of the black power fist and the symbol for womanhood.
so stop tattooing yourself with this symbol and selling overpriced patches and pins on etsy, you are appropriating and profiting off the work of black feminists. Work that we have dedicated our lives to create and sustain, even though we are constantly erased from history. Respect our community, respect our activism, and stop spreading false information that distorts our history.
Hawaiian pizza is not a thing that most people like in Hawaii (I personally think it’s fuckin disgusting)
Pineapples are South American (possibly Brazillian) not Hawaiian
Wearing a “Hawaiian” shirt to a party does not automatically make it a luau nor does it make you Hawaiian
There is a difference between “Hawaiian” shirts and Aloha shirts
Authentic Hawaiian lei are made out of actual flowers and not that fucking neon plastic shit you haoles keep wearing
Hawaiian is an actual race, therefore not all people from Hawaii are Hawaiian.
Hula is a fucking hard thing to master. Just because it looks pretty doesn’t mean it’s easy.
Hawaii is an illegally overthrown country that had it’s sovereignty violently ripped away from it in 1893 when our queen was held captive in her own home.
There is so much more to Hawaiian culture than this stupid neon beach party pineapple grass skirt tiki bullshit that you all keep spreading around.
always confused when I see ppl reblogging (transmisogynist) radfem posts about “trans ideology” like… you are aware that not all trans people think the same?
and that not all of us agree with the super liberal individual-identitiy-based “trans 101”-level bullshit? and some of us do have radical/structural/gender-abolitionist analyses of gender?
like I’m tired of liberal queer identity politics being viewed as the entirety of trans feminism bc it’s pretty lazy and it erases the work of a lot of radical trans women of color?
hey what if i put a lot of pennies on my pizza fuck how cool would that be i did it put lots of pennies on my pizza im going to take a pic
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