|—||Mufti Ismail Menk (via soul-submission)|
Police are parked right in front of the masjid, blocking if off slightly. I’d feel safe if they came in to pray.
if you’re white, don’t hc characters of colour as asexual. colonialism has been taking away the sexual autonomy of its victims for hundreds of years. this goes triple for asian characters.
(of course hypersexualization of characters of colour is also an issue. when it comes down…
What the fuck are you talking about?! Seriously please tell me what point you’re trying to convey and why.
Remember and always remember.
white people literally caused the worst epidemic in human history because they didn’t bathe enough and then have the audacity to say Muslims are dirty while Islam has required its believers to wash…
So there are no white muslims? Who claims this
Wally West’s arguments with Batman.
By Soraya Chemaly
The newest issue of Hip Mama magazine features a photograph of artist Ana Alvarez-Errecald standing, topless, holding her baby. He’s wearing a Spiderman costume and she is wearing the mask. The child is breastfeeding at one of her breasts and holding his hand over the other. After distributors expressed concern about having the magazine on US newsstands, HipMama was forced to publish not one, but two, covers: a “family-friendly” one that ensured it would be sold on newsstands and in supermarkets in which her bared breast is hidden by a large red dot and another, mailed to subscribers, in which her child’s hand on her breast will be apparent. Alvarez-Errecald’s most prominent earlier work, a diptych titled “The Birth of My Daughter,” is also being published in the magazine. Trust me, that piece will not be appearing on magazine covers anytime soon.
The cover image has been removed on Facebook as obscene and the artists’ Facebook page was, erroneously or not, unpublished. It cataloged her work, which included other images of bare breasts and had more than 2,000 followers, now lost to her.
I don’t think people care if a woman breastfeeds i think they care about doing it in a way which causes other people to notice. I encourage breastfeeding but i would like it there were secluded public areas to do so, its not oppression its having decentcy in society. People however forget this point and try to argue its some kind of attack on women.
Its only hard after you’ve been hurt from doing it before.
"You can still shine through the darkness."
Somewhere in Shadow Moses.
Original animation \o.o/ and static version.