beyondvictoriana:

steampunkgirls:

Psyche Corporation

Hey, it’s Gen of Psyche Corporation! Her stuff is amazing ^^

beyondvictoriana:

steampunkgirls:

Psyche Corporation

Hey, it’s Gen of Psyche Corporation! Her stuff is amazing ^^

I’ve been seeing all this “fake gamer girl” shit…. and I feel there there are far more fake gamer guys than girls

iwishuwereabeer:

who only play Call of Duty and Halo. 

go away…

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talesofwar:

A PPSh assembly line, probably somewhere behind the Ural moutains.

talesofwar:

A PPSh assembly line, probably somewhere behind the Ural moutains.

lauraliddell:

fire-burns-up-in-flames:

i8urpenguin:

fire-burns-up-in-flames:

fire-burns-up-in-flames:

Tired of not seeing a photoset for this.

All these notes and 95% of them are probably hate. Lol

But seriously though she was definitely on some kind of drug when she said this. The video is great.

She was ranting… What drug makes you rant?

If it was any kind of drug, it was awesome juice, because she is awesome and speaking the truth.

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Daughter of Che Guevara speaks in Vancouver

fuckyeahmarxismleninism:

Dr. Aleida Guevara was only seven years old when her father, famous Argentine Marxist revolutionary Ernesto “Che” Guevara, was executed. She laments that she was unable to spend much time with him, and has few stories about her childhood with him. But she does recall that, even while he was away, she and her siblings would receive anecdotal stories and drawings about animals that would bite off his leg if, for example, her little brother, Camilo, continued to swear in school.

Like many of us, Aleida Guevara grew up knowing her father through his writings and teachings. At the age of 51, she travels the globe making speeches that talk about her father’s ideals and mentions that his writing is full of “political insights and emotional maturity”.

She is a pediatrician in her own right just like her father, writer and author of Chavez, Venezuela and the New Latin America, and when she’s not participating in conferences around the world she is helping run two homes for disabled children in Cuba. She, alongside other Cuban scholars will be participating in this year’s 5th Annual International Che Guevara Conference from November 2–5.

We asked her to give us some insights on Cuban multiculturalism, the importance of her father’s ideals in our modern world and some of the issues that the conference aims to address.

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nastyavatar:

Q: Who run the world? 
A: Girls!

nastyavatar:

Q: Who run the world? 

A: Girls!

dreams-from-my-father:

everything-is-a-baited-hook:

Women perform 66 percent of the world’s work, produce 50 percent of the food, but earn 10 percent of the income and own 1 percent of the property (UNICEF, ‘Gender Equality – The Big Picture’, 2007.)

Poverty has a woman’s face and that face is definitely that face of a woman of color, not a white woman!!
Seriously, this point is very important and I still do not understand why it is always sidelined. As if our poverty issues were in anyway comparable to women’s in the west. Race plays a major role in the way patriarchal white supremacist capitalism affects us. 
Most food producers in the west are men who have access to the latest technologies, while they are overwhelmingly very poor women in developing countries. This is why, not mentioning race or the developing / developed countries dichotomy makes sentences such as this one “Women […] produce 50 percent of the food” at best a distortion of the truth. 

dreams-from-my-father:

everything-is-a-baited-hook:

Women perform 66 percent of the world’s work, produce 50 percent of the food, but earn 10 percent of the income and own 1 percent of the property (UNICEF, ‘Gender Equality – The Big Picture’, 2007.)

Poverty has a woman’s face and that face is definitely that face of a woman of color, not a white woman!!

Seriously, this point is very important and I still do not understand why it is always sidelined. As if our poverty issues were in anyway comparable to women’s in the west. Race plays a major role in the way patriarchal white supremacist capitalism affects us. 

Most food producers in the west are men who have access to the latest technologies, while they are overwhelmingly very poor women in developing countries. This is why, not mentioning race or the developing / developed countries dichotomy makes sentences such as this one “Women […] produce 50 percent of the food” at best a distortion of the truth. 


A Palestinian woman in training camp. Jordan, 1969.

A Palestinian woman in training camp. Jordan, 1969.

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historicallysound:

Militia woman, Spanish civil war, ca. 1936-39

historicallysound:

Militia woman, Spanish civil war, ca. 1936-39

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"I felt that I was deeply masochistic, but that my masochism was not personal - each woman I knew lived out deep masochism. I wanted to find out why…From that beginning I looked at other pornography, fairy tales, one thousand years of Chinese footbinding, and the slaughter of nine million witches. I learned something about the nature of the world which had been hidden from me before - I saw a systematic despisal of women that permeated every institution of society, every cultural organ, every expression of human being. And I saw that I was a woman, a person who met that systemic despisal on every street corner, in every living room, in every human interchange."

Andrea Dworkin, Our Blood (via indigenousfeminist)

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vintageegypt:

Egyptian women bear arms to resist Israeli, British and French invasion of Port Said 1956

vintageegypt:

Egyptian women bear arms to resist Israeli, British and French invasion of Port Said 1956

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kurja:

Female Finnish Red Guards during the Finnish Civil War 1918.
Maids from Ruovesi.

kurja:

Female Finnish Red Guards during the Finnish Civil War 1918.

Maids from Ruovesi.

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"

Unlike most of the other women at my university’s gym, I wasn’t interested in cardio-blasting my butt into oblivion or doing two hundred reverse crunches. I didn’t care about making myself as small as possible. No, I wanted muscles. I wanted thickness. I wanted to take up space. I wanted to be so intimidating that no one would even dream of messing with me.

I refused to accept that I was somehow destined to be “biologically inferior,” simply because I was a woman. The notion of women as the “weaker sex” had always been offensive, but now it seemed downright dangerous.

I began looking at the world with a newly critical eye. Why did everything in beauty magazines, for instance, focus on making women as small as possible? Why were women so concerned about developing muscles? Why did we as a culture view women with muscles as ugly freaks of nature? Why were we as a society so invested in keeping women physically weak?

Over time it occurred to me that we had made a sexual fetish of female weakness, and that in doing so, we had developed a system in which women willingly embraced a life in which they were perpetually vulnerable to harm.

I had seen first-hand where this led, and I wanted no part of it.

"

Abuse, weakness and weight training as feminist resistance « Fit and Feminist

This is incredible.

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