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and bingo was his name-o
               This is where I reblog things I like. That's. Well. Yeah.                                     alicexz.deviantart.com did the pictures I'm using for preview/mobile background. Just saying. Like. Wow. 

blackfemalescientist:

shmurdapunk:

justice4mikebrown:

Mike Brown was murdered 64 days ago

This is something school lessons really downplay.

I legit thought it only lasted a week or two and was shocked when I learned otherwise.

Because to acknowledge the length of the protests/boycotts is to suggest that the United Stated resisted the right thing. They like to pretend like the country just didnt know what it was doing and only had to be tapped gently on the shoulder before it changed everything. They don’t want people to know that the country clung to its racism for almost a decade after the movement really started. Hell, they act like rosa parks, the million man march and the civil rights act all happened in one year or less. It didnt.

undeadhatred:

smells-like-egoraptor:

hey, guess what..
creepypasta

for fucks sakes

undeadhatred:

smells-like-egoraptor:

hey, guess what..

creepypasta

for fucks sakes

dweebery:

just having a fun friday night alone in my room here 

dweebery:

just having a fun friday night alone in my room here 

dontworrybecraycray:

Guys, some scientists just took a pic of the sun this month AND IT’S THE FREGGIN PUMPKIN MOON

HALLOWEEN IS HERE

ALL PREPARE FOR THE SKELETON WAR

THE PUMPKIN SUN IS WATCHING

papertownsy:

Some things never change

wingnutlady:

queenofattolia:

Love doesn’t just sit there, like a stone, it has to be made, like bread; remade all the time, made new.
Ursula K. Le Guin (via kushandwizdom)

popopopotties:

i look very powerful today

you rock, babe.

  #she's a rockin' babe    #frick yeah  

chescaleigh:

sistermaryfake:

T-Murda giving you the real

bae

pollyguo:

foxadhd:

Protests erupt in St. Louis after white policeman shoots black teenager

"He had a sandwich in his hand, and they thought it was a gun. It’s like Michael Brown all over again," she told the paper. 

pollyguo:

foxadhd:

Protests erupt in St. Louis after white policeman shoots black teenager

"He had a sandwich in his hand, and they thought it was a gun. It’s like Michael Brown all over again," she told the paper. 

lightbringing-fallen-angel:

kennedyclintonkat:

brella:

tragic backstories explain bad deeds but they do not excuse them

  • tragic backstories explain bad deeds but they do not excuse them

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youcoalition:

Big movements start with individuals. When many people make small changes in their personal lives, we create a place that’s safer and better for everyone. The Safer Community Pledge is a simple step people can take to stand up against sexual violence and harassment. We hope that this pledge encourages us to make small changes in our personal lives, and that it encourages us to continue discussing this critical issue.
You can take the pledge by sharing this post on your favorite social media site. By sharing, you’re committing to the following:

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I pledge that I will respect my partner’s wishes, and that I will not pressure or coerce them into doing anything that makes them uncomfortable.


I pledge to stand with survivors of sexual abuse or harassment by showing them compassion and respect.


I pledge to never blame the victim for any abuse they’ve experienced. Sexual violence is never the victim’s fault.


I pledge to admit when I make mistakes, and to apologize for my actions. When someone tells me that I’ve said something sexist, victim-blaming, or otherwise offensive, I pledge to be open to their words.


I pledge to support conversations surrounding sexual abuse and harassment in a way that is respectful of my needs and the needs of those I am speaking with.


I pledge to create safer communities, both online and off.

After taking the pledge, we encourage all of you to let us know why you did so! We’ll be sharing responses publicly throughout the campaign. We hope this sparks discussion and shows how much support there is for positive change.
Join the discussion and join the movement! Pledge to make a safer community. #SaferCommunityPledge for a #HealthyYoutube

youcoalition:


Big movements start with individuals. When many people make small changes in their personal lives, we create a place that’s safer and better for everyone. The Safer Community Pledge is a simple step people can take to stand up against sexual violence and harassment. We hope that this pledge encourages us to make small changes in our personal lives, and that it encourages us to continue discussing this critical issue.

You can take the pledge by sharing this post on your favorite social media site. By sharing, you’re committing to the following:

  • I pledge that I will always prioritize consent. I understand that consent is the presence of an enthusiastic yes rather than the absence of a no; and that consent cannot be given when someone is asleep or physically or mentally incapacitated.

  • I pledge that I will respect my partner’s wishes, and that I will not pressure or coerce them into doing anything that makes them uncomfortable.

  • I pledge to stand with survivors of sexual abuse or harassment by showing them compassion and respect.

  • I pledge to never blame the victim for any abuse they’ve experienced. Sexual violence is never the victim’s fault.

  • I pledge to admit when I make mistakes, and to apologize for my actions. When someone tells me that I’ve said something sexist, victim-blaming, or otherwise offensive, I pledge to be open to their words.

  • I pledge to support conversations surrounding sexual abuse and harassment in a way that is respectful of my needs and the needs of those I am speaking with.

  • I pledge to create safer communities, both online and off.

After taking the pledge, we encourage all of you to let us know why you did so! We’ll be sharing responses publicly throughout the campaign. We hope this sparks discussion and shows how much support there is for positive change.

Join the discussion and join the movement! Pledge to make a safer community. #SaferCommunityPledge for a #HealthyYoutube

what-is-this-fruitsnackery:

It’s time for #notallmen bingo

what-is-this-fruitsnackery:

It’s time for #notallmen bingo