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i'm lois, but so are a lot of people.

twenty two year old recluse, residing in central scotland, battling both mental & chronic illnesses.

cisgender female, femme, pansexual; sexual attraction, sexual desire, romantic love, or emotional attraction toward people of any sex or gender identity.

sober, vegetarian, feminist - practicing yoga, meditation & crystal healing.

autumn, tea, candles, lavender, amethyst, silver, lush cosmetics, brand new, antiques, taxidermy, art, witchcraft, piercings, tattoos, body modification, black, bdsm, horror & halloween are my absolute favourites.

i am vulgar, indecent & inappropriate; sexual deviant through & through.

'well take me, take me back to your bed, i love you so much that it hurts my head. say i don't mind you under my skin, i'll let the bad parts in, the bad parts in. when we were made we were set apart, life is a test & i get bad marks. now some saint got the job of writing down my sins, the storm is coming, the storm is coming in...'

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Lately, feminists like Annie Lennox, bell hooks and Emma Watson have taken issue with Beyoncé’s sexual openness. While trying to discredit Beyoncé as a feminist, they seem to have forgotten one of the most important parts of Chimamanda’s speech in ***Flawless.

"What does a lady dress like, exactly? And who decided what a lady looks like? What bearing should one’s clothing have on one’s identification as a feminist? This is exactly the kind of misogynist policing we’ve fought tooth and claw against for decades, and to level this line of “reasoning” at Beyoncé is not only antifeminist, it is despicable." (x)

We should also note that Black Women are perceived and fetishized as hyper sexual. Which is why mainstream feminists willingly call Miley Cyrus, Iggy Azalea, and Katy Perry revolutionary and in charge of their bodies meanwhile demonizing Rihanna, Nicki Minaj, and Beyonce.

“As I was watching [Beyonce’s visual album] I felt very conflicted. I felt her message felt very conflicted in the sense that on the one hand she is putting herself in a category of a feminist, but then the camera, it felt very male, such a male voyeuristic experience of her.”

Not even kind of shocked that Emma Watson said this. I had a feeling she didn’t really get a grip on feminism, and now I know she doesn’t. 

Women can have and celebrate their sexual identities without being objects for men.

Women can have and celebrate their sexual identities without being objects for men.

Women can have and celebrate their sexual identities without being objects for men.

And the fact that all Emma saw in the video was a woman acting/dressing/dancing a certain way to ultimately please a man, proves she has a long damn way to go. She hasn’t even retaught herself how to think and see women.

(Source: thequeenbey, via aloki)