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let’s talk about butchphobia
let’s talk about how people still say things like “not all feminists/lesbians are scary butch dykes!”
let’s talk about how people still say things like “if you’re a lesbian shouldn’t you be attracted to women who look like women?”
let’s talk about not being able to pass as straight even if we wanted to
let’s talk about the lack of butch women on television
let’s talk about how whenever butch lesbians are shown on television it’s to show how “normal” and “feminine” the token lipstick lesbian character is
let’s talk about how butch women are ignored and talked over, constantly
let’s talk about the corrective rape of butch lesbians
let’s talk about how no one ever talks about butchphobia, let’s talk about how hardly anyone will reblog this post because no one cares
feel free to add on.
Because I recently saw the episode Cartman finds Love, and the whole while I was getting a kick out of what a shipper he was being.
That is the most fourteen year old thing I’ve ever heard.
are you kidding me?? that is the smartest thing i’ve ever heard like she literally fooled several adults into giving her the part that kicked off her incredibly successful career as an actress and let’s not pretend any of us were that clever when we were fourteen
When actresses are their characters
Regardless of what your opinion is of the “Sailor Says” segment of the Dub, this is a sweet, relevant, well-worded and important message that more people should hear.