fat, queer, brown, cis dude. late 20's college student. into radical, feminist, decolonial politics, poc supremacy, queer separatism, general insurrection, and mermaids.
I also run the body positive blogs fuckyeahchubbyguysofcolor and fatnudes, if you're into that sort of thing.
"Blessed be the sissies, the punks, the fags. Blessed are people of color; my skin folks, my kin folks. Too much sugar in the tank? No. Not enough in your tank, love" -Taboo, The ButchQueen #sweattea #atlanta #qtpoc #queer #lgbtq #poc #butchqueen #drag #performanceartist
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i have lots of compassion for people of color who come from really white communities and didn’t come up with lots of people of color.
i have lots of compassion when they say sympathizing shit about white people’s racist, tokenizing, minimizing, etc behavior.
because most of the time, yeah, if you’re the only person of color in your white neighborhood you aren’t threatening to white people and they have no reason to act aggressively towards you
taking the compassion to support the transition of people of color who have their hearts broken when they start to realize they are actually a part of a threat to whiteness; that they have been groomed by white supremacy to make communities of color seem like the “bad guys”
"No matter how many bills pass, black people in that country, where I’m from, still our lives are not worth two cents. Well any time you live in a society supposedly based upon law, and it doesn’t enforce it’s own laws, because the color of a man’s skin happens to be wrong, then I say those people are justified to resort to any means necessary to bring about justice where the government can’t give them justice."
Malcolm X speaking in Europe, the Oxford debate (December 3, 1964)