1. egoting:

    Some pictures from the rally today at Columbia. So much wonderful support for my sister and I! Emma and I are truly grateful to everyone who came, and everyone who was there in spirit.

    (via satyr-song)

  2. sp1dereyes:

    sizvideos:

    Video

    I worship this post

    (via i-havenothingtosay)

  3. cross-connect:

    See what’s new with already presented on our blog, the incredible LA-based artist - Jen Stark 

     * Installation in the Gagosian Gallery Beverly Hill’s bathroom, billboard     “Driptych” in San Francisco through The Art City Project, Showed two new pieces in a group show in Chicago from July 31 - August 4, 2014 Art Alliance: The Provocateurs, exhibition at Eric Firestone Gallery.

                                                     :-)

    (via repo-thedj)

  4. 72 years together

    72 years together

    (Source: Daily Mail)

  5. Repost this anywhere

    (Source: wisekelp, via nonmono-perspective)

  6. makingofamelody:

    micdotcom:

    Watch: These kids from Ferguson have an important message for all white people

    Sometimes it takes the voices of children to speak truth to power, especially when it comes to the evils of racism.

    Without question, the widespread police brutality and abuse, both in Ferguson, Mo., and around the country, has elevated the consciousness of young people across America. But many others still are laboring on the illusion that we are living in a post-racial nation following the election of President Barack Obama.

    These kids send the perfect wake up call | Follow micdotcom 

    #staywoke

    (via likeneelyohara)

  7. queerdontfear:

    I’m sorry, but if lesbians can control themselves in a girls only changing room with ass naked woman waltzing around. Then I figure men should be able to control them selves with clothed girls walking down the street. Just a thought.

    (via homophobic)

  8. daeneryus:

    "i understand women have it bad but men have it bad too"

    image

    "i mean, women are almost equal to men as it is"

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    "i’m not a feminist, i believe in equality"

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  9. veganvibez:

    found the best twitter 

    (via lgbtlaughs)

  10. sin-uncurated:

Kwan Suk’e
  11. 12. “Men get objectified too.”
From 26 Things Feminists Are Tired Of Hearing

    12. “Men get objectified too.”

    From 26 Things Feminists Are Tired Of Hearing

  12. It’s 2014. Stop using “partner” and “girl friend” for non-gay meanings.

    It’s 2014. Stop using “partner” and “girl friend” for non-gay meanings.

    (Source: youtu.be)

  13. sin-uncurated:

arielleishamming:

princemikasaackerman:

skysquids:

lordandgodoftheobvious:

satanicdemona:

officialjeffgoldblum:

satanicdemona:

satanicdemona:

darnhomosexuals:

why the fuck does kimberly get less coffee
get rid of jeffrey and keep his mug

This is the perfect visual metaphor for heterosexuality.

I really can’t get over what a good metaphor this is.

they could’ve just made them square but that’d probably be too gay 

but then how would the dude be in the lady’s space, expropriating her value? D:

Guys, this is obviously literally meant as a metaphor for the depressingly common dynamics of most heterosexual relationships, and indeed of society in general.

the ‘hers’ cup only appears to have a normal shape when paired with the ‘his’ cup.  on its own, the cup would appear to be missing something.  why is heterosexuality so terrible?

This has to literally be a metaphor for heterosexual relationships. There is no way someone made such a perfect representation by accident.

Maybe it’s symbolic of heterosexual sex


Yet another unrealistic expectation

    sin-uncurated:

    arielleishamming:

    princemikasaackerman:

    skysquids:

    lordandgodoftheobvious:

    satanicdemona:

    officialjeffgoldblum:

    satanicdemona:

    satanicdemona:

    darnhomosexuals:

    why the fuck does kimberly get less coffee

    get rid of jeffrey and keep his mug

    This is the perfect visual metaphor for heterosexuality.

    I really can’t get over what a good metaphor this is.

    they could’ve just made them square but that’d probably be too gay 

    but then how would the dude be in the lady’s space, expropriating her value? D:

    Guys, this is obviously literally meant as a metaphor for the depressingly common dynamics of most heterosexual relationships, and indeed of society in general.

    the ‘hers’ cup only appears to have a normal shape when paired with the ‘his’ cup.  on its own, the cup would appear to be missing something.  why is heterosexuality so terrible?

    This has to literally be a metaphor for heterosexual relationships. There is no way someone made such a perfect representation by accident.

    Maybe it’s symbolic of heterosexual sex

    Yet another unrealistic expectation

    (Source: initiallyyoutoo.com)