hauntrickstump:

spangefucker:

meatbicyclevevo:

somebody once told me the world was gonna

end on december 21, 2012. i bought all of this fucking pasta as a way to celebrate the end of the world and now i’m $10,000 in debt and i have pasta everywhere in my house

i ain’t the sharpest tool in the shed

tagged → #wow

oh my god, me and Andrea went to Halloween Horror Nights and it was so much fun and spooky  ; o ;  We managed to go on the busy day of the event, but we met up with Katie and she took us to the front of the line for two of the houses, Dracula and AVP.  The Walking Dead and Halloween ones were my favorite even though we waited almost two hours to go through them, and I even got one of the scare actors dressed like Michael Myers to do the peace sign at me that was fun  ^ u ^   Oh gOD thEN she MADE ME DO THE CLOWN ONE AND IT WAS SO SCARY WHY GOD WHY ITS LIKE THE KNEW AND JUST WENT ALL OUT ON ME I WAS A SHELL OF MYSELF.   i walked into one of the rooms and there were two clowns standing right in front of me and i remember just being ’ aRE YOU GUYS KIDDING ME JESUS GOD’  it was really fun though in a terrifying way.  but now it’s almost 4 pm and im still physically exhausted from it, everything aches and im like whyyyyy, but yes i did it i had FUN

pixelbabes:

when a mutual unfollows you first

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so then you unfollow them right back

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tagged → #oh my god
DEAR WHITE AND NON-BLACK FEMINISTS,

blackmagicalgirlmisandry:

this symbol does not represent mainstream feminism

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this is the symbol for black feminism, that black feminists have created and been using for decades to represent our struggle against anti-black misogyny, hence the combination of the black power fist and the symbol for womanhood.

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so stop tattooing yourself with this symbol and selling overpriced patches and pins on etsy, you are appropriating and profiting off the work of black feminists. Work that we have dedicated our lives to create and sustain, even though we are constantly erased from history. Respect our community, respect our activism, and stop spreading false information that distorts our history. 

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tagged → #literally me

fuckyeahchinesefashion:

This is a “Family Portrait” of China’s 56 ethnic groups. Chen Haiwen, a photographer, recently lead a team of 14 photographers to create a book entitled, “Harmonious China: A Sketch of China’s 56 Ethnicities.” The team spent one year travelling all over China to complete the project. They ended up taking over 5.7 million photographs.

tagged → #china #photojournalism
Day 62: Mike Brown was murdered 2 months ago today.

justice4mikebrown:

Darren Wilson is still free and still on paid administrative leave.

tagged → #ferguson #mike brown
gradientlair:

"Janet, you know how much I love you. I look up to you as a big sister. And this book really, in my eyes, made me see myself as not just the one who went through my experience alone. Every time I would read a page in your book, it would be like a black and white scene of a movie in my head of my life, of something that you experienced that I’ve experienced in some way. It’s really hard for me to express myself to people when it comes to experiences that I had whether it be good or bad. And for you to have written a book about that is really a blessing. It’s like…this is like the ten commandments for us right now. Like literally. It speaks truth. And with truth comes freedom." - CeCe McDonald
Part of what Cece McDonald said to Janet Mock in regards to her important, exquisitely written, groundbreaking book about being a trans woman of colour, Redefining Realness: My Path to Womanhood, Identity, Love & So Much More. Quote is from The Barnard Center For Research on Women annual salon that featured several panelists.

gradientlair:

"Janet, you know how much I love you. I look up to you as a big sister. And this book really, in my eyes, made me see myself as not just the one who went through my experience alone. Every time I would read a page in your book, it would be like a black and white scene of a movie in my head of my life, of something that you experienced that I’ve experienced in some way. It’s really hard for me to express myself to people when it comes to experiences that I had whether it be good or bad. And for you to have written a book about that is really a blessing. It’s like…this is like the ten commandments for us right now. Like literally. It speaks truth. And with truth comes freedom." - CeCe McDonald

Part of what Cece McDonald said to Janet Mock in regards to her important, exquisitely written, groundbreaking book about being a trans woman of colour, Redefining Realness: My Path to Womanhood, Identity, Love & So Much More. Quote is from The Barnard Center For Research on Women annual salon that featured several panelists.

"I’m against body shaming. I am. But once your weight reaches life and health threatening extremes on either end of the spectrum, I can’t be supportive anymore."

-steam-and-diesel

I’m against body shaming, but only for bodies I like! We SHOULD shame those damn fatties! Fatties don’t get to feel good about their bodies! I’m just worried about their health, because I’m a fucking concern troll.

(via shitthinpeoplesay)

That’s not what they were saying. Quit twisting people’s words. It was
About how if someone was unhealthy, obese or anorexic, that supporting them can be life threatening.

(via creppycrow)

okay, here’s the problem with that shit; where do you decide someone’s weight is your problem? America is a part of conspiracy against fat people and is well known to misdiagnose or refuse to provide treatment or health care to pt who are overweight. And America still uses the BMI system to determine healthy weights, even though we know it it isn’t an accurate test. we are literally giving people the same test over and over knowing the answers might not be accurate or useful.
by saying this, you are saying you can decide when an overweight person’s weight is a problem. You are effectively joining the media in constantly blaming fat people for problems (such as health costs) in America. But here’s the thing; telling overweight people they’re unhealthy just makes them unhappy, which—guess what, hurts their health. People treat fatness like it’s disease, when it’s just one of many factors relating to a person’s health. 

Are their situations where losing weight can positively affect your health? Yes. Where gaining weight can positively affect your health? Yes. But that isn’t for you to decide. If you’re not a medical practitioner, why would you get a say? How can you decide when a person’s weight is a problem before their doctor—who may or may not be bullshitting you anyways—whether or not a person is healthy, esp since just bc you’re fat doesn’t mean you don’t take care of yourself

Look, I know you guys have good intentions, the thing is, you’re not helping the situation. You don’t have the medical knowledge (and often the right information about a person) to decide whether or not their healthy. You just don’t, and you shouldn’t pretend to.