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Posted on 29th Aug at 2:43 PM, with 1 note

dawooster said: I think the 'problem' with the nail Polish is that its very existence is acknowledgement of a serious issue. The reaction is a symptom of 'out of sight out of mind'. If women don't have roofie detecting nail polish, then there mustn't be a need for it. By protesting the polish they're addressing a symptom but ignoring the disease. In theory it's well meaning, but in practice it's counter productive.

Oppressors will always point to the reaction to being oppressed because:

1. It takes attention away from the problem of the oppression itself.

2. It justifies the oppression.

case in point:

'see how violent those blacks [[protestors]] are being, if they weren't such thugs the police wouldn't need to frisk [[murder]] them in the first place!'

whup
Posted on 29th Aug at 1:30 PM, with 44 notes
greenpowermonitor:

#tbt Look at the title…what kind of question is that? African history and knowkedge is in museums across the globe. Even the mummies of Egypt are dugged up & displayed in glass cases. Why is it that they find these things to be amazing enough to display out your reach or to hold sacred for themselves. If I took something of yours would I have to give it back? If I dug up Reagan would they allow that? by stillim1_az http://j.mp/1zLP7kk

greenpowermonitor:

#tbt Look at the title…what kind of question is that? African history and knowkedge is in museums across the globe. Even the mummies of Egypt are dugged up & displayed in glass cases. Why is it that they find these things to be amazing enough to display out your reach or to hold sacred for themselves. If I took something of yours would I have to give it back? If I dug up Reagan would they allow that?
by stillim1_az http://j.mp/1zLP7kk

Seu Jorge on my dash!!!!!!!!
Posted on 29th Aug at 1:30 PM, with 2 notes

remykolpakopoul:

Seu Jorge : Cirandar [ Live At Montreux 2005, Naïve / Eagle ]

Putaing Une trouvaille due à mon collègue de sieste Jules Edouard Moustic, une version « live @ Montreux » d’une des plus intenses chansons du répertoire de Seu Jorge, « Cirandar », avec une implacable intensité, telle une marée montante. Je ne me lasse pas de cette perle…

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R its 'toys us' not 'fuckboys us' rape sisterhood
Posted on 29th Aug at 11:27 AM, with 25 notes

mommunist:

i don’t see why people think INVENTING THINGS TO PROTECT WOMEN advances rape culture. rape culture is something that is not going to be stopped any time soon so criticizing and advocating for not inventing products to help women feel safer leaves us girls high and dry! it’s a world where we are preyed on constantly and you know what if nailpolish can tell me if my drink is drugged you can bet i’ll be trying it out and telling my girls about it!

classic Jimmy Neutron Nick Dean LIBBY FOLFAX Jimmy Neutron bullying child abuse bullying child abuse really really old memes creepy
Posted on 29th Aug at 2:13 AM, with 9,950 notes
emilianadarling:

deanobanion:


"Horsemanning, or fake beheading, was a popular way to pose in a photograph in the 1920’s. Sometimes spelled horsemaning, the horsemanning photo fad derives its name from the Headless Horseman, a character from “The Legend of Sleepy Hollow.”

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emilianadarling:

deanobanion:

"Horsemanning, or fake beheading, was a popular way to pose in a photograph in the 1920’s. Sometimes spelled horsemaning, the horsemanning photo fad derives its name from the Headless Horseman, a character from “The Legend of Sleepy Hollow.”

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lmao
Posted on 29th Aug at 2:10 AM, with 22,159 notes

myfirstpubichair:

pyro83:

Why is it when I see a white girl with a tattoo on her thigh i think sexy? But a Latina I think ghettos as fuck?

because youre racist

gOOD food nsfwish
Posted on 29th Aug at 2:06 AM, with 3,756 notes
metal-thimble:

jetpackexhaust:

cracked:

"If women want to degrade themselves by staring, that’s their problem."
If Pop Culture Started Treating Men the Way It Treats Women

It makes sense: he has invulnerable skin, and it distracts his enemies. 

metal-thimble:

jetpackexhaust:

cracked:

"If women want to degrade themselves by staring, that’s their problem."

If Pop Culture Started Treating Men the Way It Treats Women

It makes sense: he has invulnerable skin, and it distracts his enemies. 

orphan black splitscreen red clay hair so cool Himba portraits lady on the right is all *pose* lady on the left is all *eyes* this is the person I'm gonna be handing over half of my room decoration powers to firsttraintovictoriaville
Posted on 29th Aug at 1:06 AM, with 1 note

firsttraintovictoriaville said: That baby statue tho;. It was cute! I'm sure with some pine-sol and good dusting it'll look cute in a living room or on the dresser of a bedroom. You could probably even paint it different colours to match the decor of any house.

yeah

if by pine-sol you mean HOLY WATER and by paint you mean FIRE

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