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crunchbuttsteak:

have you ever known somebody so shitty they completely ruin that first name for you?



thebrainscoop:

Cosmopolitan: Get That Life 
How I became a museum’s Chief Curiosity Correspondent

Did you ever think Cosmo would run an image of dermestid beetles nibbling on a goose carcass? 

WELL, THEY DID. 

I can’t describe how proud I am that such a popular magazine typically focused on fashion and sex tips is also incorporating scientists into their features because fashion and sex tips and gross anatomy are not at all mutually exclusive. 

We are rebranding feminism and empowerment one major media publication at a time. 

Thank you, world. 



splendiferoushoney:

time lapse fireflys by Vincent Brady

splendiferoushoney:

time lapse fireflys by Vincent Brady



originsofregular:

female-only:

sincecombahee:

APARTHEID IN DETROIT: WATER FOR CORPORATIONS, NOT FOR PEOPLE

Source: 

  1. Carl Gibson, is a spokesman and organizer for US Uncut, a nonviolent, creative direct-action movement to stop budget cuts by getting corporations to pay their fair share of taxes. Contact Carl on the Commons or read his other articles on www.occupy.com
  2. Citizen Radio
  3. Vocativ
  4. Detroit Water Brigade
  5. Detroit Water Brigade

Come on guys, signal boost this, this is SO SO important !!





thesufjanstevensmodel5000:

OMG someone revoke my tumblr privileges like now please. Or burn this Sears catalog circa 1984. Or award me with a medal of excellence. Or call my accountant about my 401(k). Or make me a new oboe reed. I am ready for white snakes.

thesufjanstevensmodel5000:

OMG someone revoke my tumblr privileges like now please. Or burn this Sears catalog circa 1984. Or award me with a medal of excellence. Or call my accountant about my 401(k). Or make me a new oboe reed. I am ready for white snakes.



birdandmoon:

A year ago I got to illustrate one of the endings in Ryan North’s brilliant Hamlet choose-your-own-path book To Be or Not To Be. These are all things you may be able to find outside right now (if you can bear to put down this amazing book).

birdandmoon:

A year ago I got to illustrate one of the endings in Ryan North’s brilliant Hamlet choose-your-own-path book To Be or Not To Be. These are all things you may be able to find outside right now (if you can bear to put down this amazing book).



Message to marinashutup and her followers 

marinashutup:

the-darkest-universe:

I’m white and while i never was intentionally racist i was part of white privileged culture (I’m still part of it simply because I’m white) but thanks to Tumblr, seriously bless this website, I’ve been educated on my privilege and learned things that I simply never knew before. As a child when someone wore a “native American headdress” for carnival i always thought “I don’t know anything about this, so i won’t wear it” I always felt odd about people wearing them but it wasn’t until recently that i actually learned about cultural appropriation.
The same goes for women’s rights, transgender rights, did I actually hate women? Did I actually think of transgender people as less? No, but I had internalised some toxic cultural shit.
I’m from a very very white, very homophobic and racist town, and I always actively worked against the negative influence of my classmates, one time they made a racist joke and I laughed…I fucking laughed and I was horrified, so I told myself: “You will not be like them. You will not be a racist fucking asshole, you are a good person and you will not EVER be like them so don’t EVER do this again.” Frankly it’s a wonder I didn’t turn out like them.
It took me turning 18 and getting out of my tiny little hateful town and onto the internet to change those perceptions I had internalized.
Some things I agreed with, some i didn’t. Like anyone who is used to being privileged it took me a few seconds or minutes to go, “This is not about you. Whether you think this is racist or not doesn’t matter, if someone of colour thinks this is racist, then it is racist. Period.”
It is a process. We all need to dismantle the negative influence society has on us. Whether it’s to stop using the term “real” women or men when you talk about transgender people, stop using other cultures as accessories, or stop basing a women’s worth on things that have nothing to do with whether she’s a good human being or not.
Am I guilty of slut shaming? Yes. Am I guilty of being racist? Yes. Am I guilty of being transphobic? Yes.
Was that intentional? No. What did I do? I changed my behaviour and I changed my perceptions, it took me a couple of months, seriously last year that shit was still me. It’s been a year and suddenly my eyes are wide open and yesterday when I saw a white girl with dreads, my first thought was: “That’s not okay.” That’s what my first thought was.
Making mistakes is okay, and taking some time to get rid of the behaviours you were taught by society, is okay. (Well unless you’re harassing people, then fuck you.)
…but there is no excuse for knowing about this and not changing.
I never knew about all these things, was I a bad person when I acted and thought in a way that the world taught me? No, but I changed and accepted and internalised the fact that my views on racism and transgender rights do not fucking matter because I am white and cisgender.
What I can do is support the views of those who are transgender and poc. I can support their struggles for equality, I can stand behind them and support them and I can defend them and educate other white, cisgender people on these things and help the people who are oppressed, instead of stepping in front of them and talking for them, or over them.
So, this huge message is a lot of rambling, but what I’m trying to say is that when someone calls you out on your privilege, your initial reaction will probably be annoyance and you won’t accept what they say.
After that, you have two choices.
You can either, ignore what that person said and ride on your high horse made of privilege and be a fucking dick.
OR you can think about what they said, really think about it, and maybe it will take minutes, days or weeks, but once you realise your mistake you change your behaviour and the way you think and you work very fucking hard to better yourself constantly.
So, in the end, this is what I have to say.
I am a human being. I make mistakes. Acting and thinking this way wasn’t my fault when I didn’t know any better, BUT it was my responsibility to change.
Yes, responsibility, because frankly if I hadn’t changed after I learned all these things, it would have made me an ignorant little shit.
Now it is my responsibility to always be aware of my privilege, and be aware that I do profit from this privilege and that separating myself from my privileged group with phrases like “Well, not all cis people” or “I’m not like one of those white people” is NOT FUCKING OKAY.
Also, another very important thing: Keep education yourself. You don’t know everything. There will always be more subtle nuances and problems that you are not aware of so please keep educating yourself. Simply saying that you’re not racist, sexist, etc. isn’t worth anything. You need to actively try to become a better, more informed person.
Anyhow, I wanted to send you this, marinashutup, because you get a lot of messages from privileged, cisgender white people (like me) and especially men (not like me^^) who don’t make any effort to be better and I wanted you to know that there is still hope and that while I am not exempt from these privileged groups, I am making every effort to be better than that and there are others out there who do the same.
Also, on a different note I love your hair.

Yessss!




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mangerdubois:

Néguac and Back - Les Hay Babies



mashkwi:

Les Hay Babies - Fil de téléphone



kunalanand:

Late night astrophotography in Los Angeles. What a great evening of exploration and adventure. Ventura, CA.



thekhooll:

The Times Fred Tomaselli

In this brilliant time capsule of recent world events, celebrated artist Fred Tomaselli intrepidly and colorfully reimagines the front pages of the New York Times.”



tags: #Twin Peaks

twinpeakscaptioned:

happy national donut day from twin peaks!



lovetoflyanditshows:

Famous Viners?

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