I’m an equalist, in case you didn’t know. I want equality for all people, regardless of race, gender, sexual orientation, etc. I want everything to be even for everyone.
This idiot right here thinks I’m a racist, and has expressed disinterest in any of my followers going to her blog in retaliation. That being said, feel free to do so. If she’s going to attack other people, I feel she deserves a taste of it too. http://mahakavi.tumblr.com/
Happy hunting loves!
NO NO NO NO NO NO NO NO NO
guys what do i do know i don’t think i can handle it if dozens of anons start coming to my askbox again
kitt fiev ur a piece of shit i hope u die
Because hunting, hurting, and attacking WoC is something that white folk do with pleasure.
"I feel she deserves a taste…" She wasn’t attacking anyone. Who came into whose askbox? Who set their followers on whom?
Also, using ableist language.
Fuck off and die.
Can Quebec’s Church-based curse words survive in a secular age?
The social changes resulting from the desertion of Quebec church pews have been widely documented: smaller families, fewer marriages, a reformed education system, to name a few. The fate of religious buildings rendered obsolete has generated considerable angst.
But what, en criss, is going to happen to the province’s preferred swear words?
When francophone Quebecers whack a thumb with a hammer or get cut off in traffic, the curses that spew forth are overwhelmingly drawn from objects found in the Catholic Church: ostie, tabarnak, ciboire, câlice, criss! But a new book by a Montreal theology professor and an exhibition at a religion museum raise the question, how long can the distinctively Québécois swear words survive in a secular age?