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Feminism, Girls, and Movies: LA VIR PARISIENNE sous LA GLACE SERVEE La Parisenne deviendrait elle looeese Ou yit beaucoup mokes de yantaleus, cette asnie t finkspiration: kendrene: yamino: gay-and-disorganized: flukeoffate: nestofstraightlines: feminism-is-radical: snowwhite638: captain-snark: derinthemadscientist: chimericaloutlier: lemonsharks: qglas: startrekrenegades: knivesandglitter: discursivetacenda: belovedtraveler: newvagabond: This will always remain my favorite vintage lesbian art… Do I even have to break it down for you? I just thought it was a mermaid trapped under ice the caption says “Are Parisian women becoming more thrifty? Seeing a lot of different types of panties this year!”presumably half those girls are commando or wearing thongs. this is totally lesbian pinup ads. If it were just a mermaid trapped under ice, there would be no reason all the skaters above the ice are wearing skirts and are presumably women. also look at that mermaid’s smile she knows what’s up. I feel the need to correct the French translation, primarily because I’m garbage, but also because the actual translation has a significantly different meaning than what is written above.  The French says, “La Parisienne deviendrait elle économe ? … On voit beaucoup moins de pantalons, cette année ?” “Are Parisian women becoming thrifty? Seeing much fewer pant(ie)s this year!”  I know I’ve reblogged this 5000x before but 1. Never with that corrected translation and 2. I don’t care this is a great ad but how is she smoking under water? Lesbian mermaid magic The cigarette indicates it’s sexual too. Although I agree that it being usable underwater is a baffling detail I think the cigarette is to make damn sure you know it’s sexual. Cigarettes were often used in movies and art to indicate that that woman is a lesbian! Also see how she has 2 fins not one? It symbolises trousers instead of a skirt, another way to hint at the woman being a lesbian in artwork at the time. I’m just incredibly relived for the corrected translation, the nonsensical-ness of ‘thrifty = more pants’ has troubled me for a while now. GUYS. Although it is made to look like a cigarette–look at the box next to her. It’s a sardine box. She is holding her last sardine like a cigarette. So it actually makes more sense than a cigarette under water…. (Obviously the sexy cigarette imagery is still there, it’s just a clever way to work around the water bit) this post is just the gift that keeps on giving. I can’t even imagine being SO STRAIGHT that I’d think this was “just a mermaid trapped under ice” smh @lesbian-sorceress @clexcallysto I’m obsessed with this painting, I have it hanging in my house, and I never realized it was a sardine she had in her fingers before!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!I’m SHIVERED
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Funny, Memes, and Money: My about me does not say I'm ancap. It says I'm a conservative minded libertarian. And I am passionately against communism in all it's forms as it does nothing but harm black, brown, and every other kind of person. ejjonez @libertarirynn Funny, I'm against capitalism for the same reasons. I'm not even saying you gotta be an anarchist or a communist or whatever but, have you at least read some proper criticism of the system you support? Sorry for misinterpreting I guess, your title says ancap memes so I kinda figured you were an ancap. <p><a href="http://oculoslux.tumblr.com/post/165487176622/libertarirynn-ejjonez-really-capitalism-has" class="tumblr_blog">oculoslux</a>:</p><blockquote> <p><a href="https://libertarirynn.tumblr.com/post/165486646224/ejjonez-really-capitalism-has-done-nothing-for" class="tumblr_blog">libertarirynn</a>:</p> <blockquote> <p><a href="https://tmblr.co/mLkBNqmONa48nW7sdNBIqQg">@ejjonez</a><br/> Really? Capitalism has done nothing for black people? Did Madame CJ Walker get rich in a communist society? As for “proper criticism” sure I’ve read “criticisms” of capitalism and I haven’t seen a good one yet. Meanwhile there is not a single functionally successful example of communism so let’s decide which one makes more sense.</p> May I remind you that communism involves a much higher level of government involvement (and don’t give me that anarchist communist nonsense because any spread out highly populated communist society has involved the government), and this is the same government that enslaved Africans a few hundred years ago. Somehow I don’t think giving them more power is the greatest idea or in the best interest of African-Americans but maybe that’s just me.</blockquote> <p>Slavery was supported by people, not<b> just</b> the government and most civil rights gains have come from legislation. At the same time, a lot of race based discrimination has been from the government, but again we can say the same thing about general society. The difference, to me, is that without a force similar to the government, there isn’t really any counter play to a racist society. Everything would play the same, things would just be private. Governments have seemed more of an asset than anything else.<br/><br/>And one(such as this person) could define socialist policies as communist policies and only define capitalism under almost no government involvement, which quickly whittles down if you stop defining anything that involves patents as a capitalist success.<br/><br/></p> </blockquote> <p>“Slavery was supported by the people” people empowered by the government. There were laws dictating slave practices. There was like a whole war and everything. I’ve never understood why people act like the government had nothing to do with slavery or only had a passive role in it. And there is absolutely a force that can fight against racism outside of the government. Read up on the Montgomery bus boycott. The laws begin to change because it turns out most people like money more than they like racist ideals. No government can actually stop racism anyway since it’s a frame of mind. If there’s a store owner that doesn’t want me shopping there because I’m black I don’t want the government forcing him to let me shop there just so I can give business to somebody who hates me. I’d rather give business to someone else and tell everyone I know to do the same.</p>

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Funny, Memes, and Sorry: My about me does not say I'm ancap. It says I'm a conservative minded libertarian. And I am passionately against communism in all it's forms as it does nothing but harm black, brown, and every other kind of person. ejjonez @libertarirynn Funny, I'm against capitalism for the same reasons. I'm not even saying you gotta be an anarchist or a communist or whatever but, have you at least read some proper criticism of the system you support? Sorry for misinterpreting I guess, your title says ancap memes so I kinda figured you were an ancap. <p><a href="https://tmblr.co/mLkBNqmONa48nW7sdNBIqQg">@ejjonez</a><br/> Really? Capitalism has done nothing for black people? Did Madame CJ Walker get rich in a communist society? As for “proper criticism” sure I’ve read “criticisms” of capitalism and I haven’t seen a good one yet. Meanwhile there is not a single functionally successful example of communism so let’s decide which one makes more sense.</p> May I remind you that communism involves a much higher level of government involvement (and don&rsquo;t give me that anarchist communist nonsense because any spread out highly populated communist society has involved the government), and this is the same government that enslaved Africans a few hundred years ago. Somehow I don’t think giving them more power is the greatest idea or in the best interest of African-Americans but maybe that’s just me.

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