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cupcakes-and-ouija-boards:

stephluvvsyou:

tigerhazard:

jamdoughnutmagician:

there is not one search term here that isn’t magical

i know ive reblogged this before at least twice but i decided to read through the entire thing this time and im in pain from how hard i am laughing please forgive me

did a ghost do my taxes. i’m scared of eating ribbons.

This may be the most hilarious list ever.

"am I old enough to walk"

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mr-leach:

I am a pretty patient person but if there is one thing I will lose my shit over almost instantly it’s my computer/internet being slow my tolerance level is exactly 0 for that shit man I did my time in the 90’s/2000’s I don’t need any of this garbage

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wintergrey:

h/t to St. Louis Alderman Antonio French. Follow @antoniofrench on Twitter to keep up with what’s happening in #Ferguson.

Police brutality in Ferguson wasn’t just limited to tear gas and sniper rifles. 

As darkness fell on Canfield Drive on August 9, a makeshift memorial sprang up in the middle of the street where Michael Brown’s body had been sprawled in plain view for more than four hours. Flowers and candles were scattered over the bloodstains on the pavement. Someone had affixed a stuffed animal to a streetlight pole a few yards away. Neighborhood residents and others were gathering, many of them upset and angry.

Soon, police vehicles reappeared, including from the St. Louis County Police Department, which had taken control of the investigation. Several officers emerged with dogs. What happened next, according to several sources, was emblematic of what has inflamed the city of Ferguson, Missouri, ever since the unarmed 18-year-old was gunned down: An officer on the street let the dog he was controlling urinate on the memorial site.

Police also drove their vehicles over the memorial site. The constant, calculated dehumanization and terrorization of the black community—by the people theoretically sworn to protect them—in Ferguson is clear. That the protests did not escalate due to protestor action is simply incredible: superhuman self-control, unity, dignity, and good sense on the part of the black community. 

We can’t let people in Ferguson and communities like it suffer any longer at the hands of state-sponsored abusers. The people deserve better, they deserve to be treated like human beings. Their basic rights to life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness are being denied—the world is failing them. 

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paxmachina:

Enjoy your evening.

paxmachina:

Enjoy your evening.

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fer1972:

Illustrations by Ethem Onur Bilgiç

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mmolio:

funkocide:

sansaofhousestark:

asexual sirens getting real fuckin pissed about all these sailors interrupting choir rehearsal

sirens are already asexual they dont have sex with the men they kill them

well no wonder they kill them they keep interrupting choir rehearsal

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How to be a good ally to Rromani people

demiurgent:

chirikli:

(Inpsired by this post)

-Don’t say “Gypsy”. Or “Gypped”. No matter how it’s spelled.
-Correct others who use the words.
-Punch Holocaust deniers in the throat.
-Avoid supporting businesses or musicians that use offensive terminology. Or at the very least, be aware of how damaging they are.
-Don’t accept “historical accuracy” or “art” as excuses for people to be anti-Rromani.
-Don’t perpetuate stereotypes.

Thank you! Najis tuke!

I blow some of this one sometimes. And it humiliates me when I do.

I’m trying to do better. The problem with decontextualized racism is that learning you’ve been using racist terminology literally your entire life without knowing it’s actually tied to anything or anyone doesn’t mean you instantly break your habitual uses.

But I’m trying. And if I blow it, I have good friends who call me on it.

It’s not an excuse to say that. It’s an admission. A humiliating one.

And maybe that’ll break it down too.

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ethiopienne:

on today’s episode of me having feelings, a series of tweets about “anti-rape nail polish.”

ethiopienne:

on today’s episode of me having feelings, a series of tweets about “anti-rape nail polish.”

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skywritingg:

collababortion:

kittydoom:

salon:

We dare you to say we don’t live in a rape culture.

Amazingly, not The Onion:

“[W]e now have young men telling Bloomberg News that they basically view their female peers as rape bombs just waiting to explode and ruin their lives.”

I REPEAT: THIS IS NOT THE ONION

Here in California, there’s talk of changing the definition of rape so that consent has to be a positive/affirmative action - a stated “yes” or positive body language. And it’s truly gross how many people are totally seriously saying it will make things too complicated, and will scare too many guys. Your sex life should not be built around a complete lack of communication and partners who are unresponsive (intoxicated, coerced, etc.).

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