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because black feminist sex is the best sex ever...this site was created by those of us having and committed to having transformative erotic experiences with/as black feminists. (and both! oh both!!!!!!)

this is also a wake up call to anyone who insists on intimacy without accountability, condones violence against black women, or refuses to be transformed by the ecstatic miracle that black women exist. you are seriously missing out.

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straight boys don’t shut their mouths because their lips would be touching and that’s gay

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Eh, I don’t like when people be like “black girls watch out cause white girls getting booty these days” cause to a black girl’s ears it kinda sounds like “watch out because your only value is your fetishized body and once that’s gone you’ll truly be worthless”

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i find it really angering that abusive friendships aren’t addressed as much as abusive relationships. they’re both very much alike, horrible, and do a great deal of damage. its hard to talk to someone about leaving an abusive friend and feel like you’re being taken seriously

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That post wasn't meant to troll. And would you explain what the right "notion of transvestism" would be for seeing them?


i think i might be too tired to parse what you mean by ‘would be for seeing them’ at the moment. 

the point i’m really making isn’t that ‘transvestite’ as a word/id is necessarily good or bad

but the fact is, is that at least during the years of Stonewall  and a little bit after, many of the important and notable participants often did use that word to describe themselves.

yes, there are historical reasons for why and for why they may have used different words as they grew older and trans/gender discourse changed. but the fact that ppl grow and change over time doesn’t invalidate their earlier experiences.

to strip them of their agency by coercively labelling them with the notion that 

'well, if they were alive today, they'd probably use a different word' 

is to disrespect their memories and to misunderstand what their legacy is. 

transvestism isn’t a gross concept because some ppl used it to describe themselves, but because it literally was an attempt by the medical industrial complex to de-legitimize certain types of gender expression by making their lives/identities into a fetish. 

the fact that this term isn’t much used today owes a great deal to the legacies of these women/ppl who once ID’d as ‘transvestites’ but rose up against their oppressors and changed everything.





The Stonewall Riots were started by trans PoC, and making a movie about it, directed by a cis white guy, and starring a cis white guy. is probably one of the biggest slaps in the face to the trans community to date. Transwomen of color started the riots, and were swept under the rug as drag queens by the cis gay community. Making the movie with white cis male actors is disgusting and transphobic as hell.

ok, but what exactly is it being done here when you make this statement but don’t say the words racist and transmisogynist?

i’ve also been annoyed at this once already

but i’m also stuck on the ‘drag queens’ part

because, while a lot of today’s white dq’s are soulless replicants of the past,

it is important that Sylvia Rivera (and I think Marsha P. Johnson) were okay with IDing as ‘transvestites’ and/or ‘drag queens’

it doesn’t change the reality of who they are and what they were and what they’ve done for the world

but acting like how they ID’d and conceived of themselves is wholly due to white cis gays entirely removes their agency and flattens the complexity of iaopoc gender/sexuality in the same way (by reducing who they are to only their gender)

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i would much rather be the “obnoxious feminist girl” than be complicit in my own dehumanization, thanks

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