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coffeepotsmokin:

always 👌

coffeepotsmokin:

always 👌

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notquitephil:

invertedgender:

calling a man a “pig” is literally dehumanising how do some people not think there’s anything wrong with that how

Because chicks, fillies, birds and bitches never get dehumanised. Those vixens always get away with this kind of shit. Especially the heifers, they’re the worst. What cows.

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soulpancake:

Hanging City by Tang Yau Hoong

soulpancake:

Hanging City by Tang Yau Hoong

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tastefullyoffensive:

[brainrockets]

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allthingseurope:

Borgo a Mozzano, Italy (by Genox51)

allthingseurope:

Borgo a Mozzano, Italy (by Genox51)

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eleven-three:

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eleven-three:

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"Here’s a general rule. When an insult is directed at a woman, consider how it would have sounded directed at a man. If the result is ridiculous, then it’s probably sexist."

came across this great comment on an article Ruby Tandoh (Great British Bake Off Runner Up) wrote for The Guardian (via aconits)

this has been my rule of thumb for years

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underrated moments in buffy history.

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tastefullyoffensive:

Macklemore Pigeon [x]

tastefullyoffensive:

Macklemore Pigeon [x]

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harshwhimsy:


Oldest known picture of a sneeze – 1902

im laughin so fuckin hard
can you imagine how upset literally everybody in that room musta been after this happened
it took a long time to take photographs back then i bet there was a collective of nothin but sighing echoing through the room

harshwhimsy:

Oldest known picture of a sneeze – 1902

im laughin so fuckin hard

can you imagine how upset literally everybody in that room musta been after this happened

it took a long time to take photographs back then i bet there was a collective of nothin but sighing echoing through the room

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soulpancake:

The Destiny of Light by Gabriel Dawe

soulpancake:

The Destiny of Light by Gabriel Dawe

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portraitsofboston:

“I have a community television production studio called G.H.E.T.T.O. People say that it’s a negative word, but for me letter by letter it means ‘Getting higher education to teach others.’”
	“Do you mean getting a college degree?”
	“No, no, higher education is hands-on education. They say the ghetto is supposed to be the poorest place in a community, but that’s where you learn from each other. For example, you can pay a lot of money to go learn how to fix a car. But if you stick around here and help somebody, they can teach you how to fix a car yourself, and you don’t pay anything for it. We just need to unify our community to help each other more.”

portraitsofboston:

“I have a community television production studio called G.H.E.T.T.O. People say that it’s a negative word, but for me letter by letter it means ‘Getting higher education to teach others.’”
“Do you mean getting a college degree?”
“No, no, higher education is hands-on education. They say the ghetto is supposed to be the poorest place in a community, but that’s where you learn from each other. For example, you can pay a lot of money to go learn how to fix a car. But if you stick around here and help somebody, they can teach you how to fix a car yourself, and you don’t pay anything for it. We just need to unify our community to help each other more.”

(Source: portraits-of-america)

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felixdawkins:

"If you haven’t heard of the Bechdel Test, it’s a test of gender representation in the media. It has three criteria: a) there must be at least two women, who b) talk to each other, c) about something other than a man. Only half of all movies pass this test, most often because the female characters never talk to each other; they are defined by their relationships with men. By contrast, female characters and their relationships with each other are so central to the story of Orphan Black that [it] not only passes the Bechdel Test, but fails the reverse of the [it]." (x)

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