(via blooom)

northmiamigoon:

ion fuck with that playful flirting like a girl be like “hey ugly 😛” or “wassup big head😁” my head ain’t eem that big and my self esteem delicate please chill

(via h0odrich)

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alienpunkers:

Porn is one of the biggest and most harmful industries in the world, closely affiliated with human trafficking and drugs and alcohol abuse, causing rape between children, violence, beastiality and pedophilism and its fetishizing race, underage girls, trans people and lesbianism. Thought you should know. 

(via nextyearsgirl)

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(Source: foucault-the-haters, via foucault-the-haters)

"How does Chicken Run, a film about “revolting chickens,” imagine a utopian alternative? In a meeting in the chicken coop the lead chicken, Ginger, proposes to her sisterhood that there must be more to life than sitting around and producing eggs for the Tweedys or not producing eggs and ending up on the chopping block. She then outlines a utopian future in a green meadow (an image of which appears on an orange crate in the coop), where there are no farmers and no production schedule and no one is in charge. The future that Ginger outlines for her claymation friends relies very much on the utopian concept of escape as exodus, conjured variously by Paolo Virno in A Grammar of the Multitude and by Hardt and Negri in Multitude, but here escape is not the war camp model that most people project onto Chicken Run’s narrative. The film is indeed quoting The Great Escape, Colditz, Stalag 17, and other films whose setting is the Second World War, but war is not the mise- en- scène; rather, remarkably, the transition from feudalism to industrial capitalism frames a life- and- death story about rising up, flying the coop, and creating the conditions for escape from the materials already available."

Judith Halberstam, The Queer Art of Failure (via foucault-the-haters)

andrejpejicjimmyvegafanfic:

@ Starbucks

me: hot chocolate, please.

barista: oh it’s perfect for a day like this isn’t it?

me: yes =)

barista: not a coffee drinker are you?

me: try something difference.

[3 minutes later]

barista: tall hot chocolate! have a great day.

me: thank you.

(via beyoncebeytwice)

diorpaint:

Just seen a guy walk up to a gas pump drink the gas walk away and start laughing, protect the children in oakland ,people world wide - Lil B

(via nosdrinker)

kerevat:

y’all realize these are relatively basic activities right. y’all are flipping shit because this person said “i want to have sex with you, but i also want to do other normal activities besides sex”. u do realize that is a very regular occurrence right. that u can have sexual feelings for someone and also want to spend time with them. this concept seems new to y’all. 

kerevat:

y’all realize these are relatively basic activities right. y’all are flipping shit because this person said “i want to have sex with you, but i also want to do other normal activities besides sex”. u do realize that is a very regular occurrence right. that u can have sexual feelings for someone and also want to spend time with them. this concept seems new to y’all. 

(Source: red-white-and-betterthanyou, via nextyearsgirl)

(Source: oomshi)

junxyard:

Runaway Marie Louise - Jose Aruego & Ariane Dewey

junxyard:

Runaway Marie Louise - Jose Aruego & Ariane Dewey

(via notexactlyblue)

"Demanding that women close our legs and calling us whores for planning our pregnancies confirms the feminist suspicion that opposition to contraception and abortion is less about “life” than it is about a sense that sexually active women are doing something wrong and should be chastened for it."

Hobby Lobby Supporters Insist Decision Isn’t Sexist, Tell Women to Close Their Legs - Cosmopolitan

jill filipovic is KILLING IT

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(via nextyearsgirl)

"New Orleans was spared a direct hit, and the city might have swiftly recovered from the extensive, but manageable, damage caused by wind and rain. Yet in the hours after the storm passed, several critical levees failed. As in Hurston’s novel, the broken levees unleashed lake waters with frightening force and speed. In vulnerable neighborhoods there was little warning and no means of escape. Stranded, the people waited for relief and rescue that, for days, did not come. The power went out and the floodwaters rose. Food and water became scarce. The city’s shelters became centers of disease, hunger, and death. For three days the victims of the storm were left to manage on their own. As they waited, President George W. Bush shared a birthday cake with Senator John McCain, visited a senior citizens’ home, gave a speech on the war in Iraq, and played the guitar with a popular country singer. Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice shopped for shoes in New York City and took in a Broadway show. FEMA director Michael Brown sent lighthearted interoffice emails about which shirt and tie he should wear during his live television appearances about the disaster. Despite aggressive and continuing coverage of the destruction on cable news, it seemed that federal government officials refused to recognize what was happening in New Orleans."

Melissa V. Harris-Perry, Sister Citizen: Shame, Stereotypes, and Black Women in America (via foucault-the-haters)