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Kathleen Hanna reading the Riot Grrrl Manifesto.

BECAUSE doing/reading/seeing/hearing cool things that validate and challenge us can help us gain the strength and sense of community that we need in order to figure out how bullshit like racism, able-bodieism, ageism, speciesism, classism, thinism, sexism, anti-semitism and heterosexism figures in our own lives.

BECAUSE we hate capitalism in all its forms and see our main goal as sharing information and staying alive, instead of making profits of being cool according to traditional standards.

BECAUSE we are angry at a society that tells us Girl = Dumb, Girl = Bad, Girl = Weak.

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Collages by John Stezaker

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Kathleen Hanna


Kathleen Hanna

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you know, internet activism and awareness and whatnot involving the slew of fuckery going on right now (see: israel/palestine, ferguson, etc.) is not a bad thing and cool in its own way in terms of disseminating (hopefully) accurate facts about a given situation which mass media is misrepresenting. BUT, if you’re not willing to actually get the fuck off the internet and DO something about it - something that may land you overnight in jail, in harms way, out of public favor, etc., - and not just a “loss of followers” then please, shut the fuck up and calm down on that “reblog”. 

man is the dumbest animal

living out of a car and from my pack while never really knowing where we would sleep or end up for the night even for just two months has made returning to florida really weird and pretty unsatisfying. there’s so much more to explore.. 

we’d probably die tonight if we didn’t have to fuckin’ survive

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Well maybe I should of set my goals much

further than the likes of northern stars which

do burn for just one night

Maybe I should have mentioned that I was not

built for this kind of loving


(Source: cinemasavage)

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