I’m Buck Angel and I’m a complete and utter bastard, when I’m not justifying violence against trans women I am trying to take what little money they have
(might not be an actual quote)
this, on the other hand, is an actual quote (warning: transmisogyny, violence)
I’m a huge advocate for disclosure, because I believe a lot of people get themselves in bad situations because they do not disclose. For example, trans women who might hook up with a cis-gendered guy and then he goes home with her and finds out she has a penis and flips out and beats her up or kills her. That’s horrible, and I really believe by not disclosing it’s very disrespectful to the other person because they might not be into it and it makes them feel very freaked out about themselves.
Somewhere between the endless Kickstarter and Indiegogo campaigns, health care reform, and frequent trans community infighting, it had to happen. I mean, it couldn’t go on forever that the…
[photo description: janie cai, a woman of color, fashion director for esquire singapore is in the middle of a walking stride. she is wearing a burgundy pant suit, leather shoes with buckles, a sweater underneath and a button up shirt.]
Janie Cai lookin’ fly as usual
can i just be the person in this outfit please like come on whtf
Above all, capitalism wastes human life. The U.S. spends billions to warehouse 2 million people—many of them young Black and Latino men—in overcrowded prisons. It provides sub-par education to millions of poor students, sending a message that their lives will amount to nothing.
Are people homeless in America because there’s a shortage of homes? And if that’s the case, is there a shortage of homes because we don’t have the concrete, the wood and the steel to build them?
The truth is that under capitalism, there’s no incentive to build low-cost housing for the homeless—because it isn’t profitable to do so.
The same goes for the more than 800 million people in the world who go hungry. It isn’t profitable to feed them. So food is stockpiled or destroyed rather than distributed to them.