“The best way to stop homelessness is mindbogglingly simple: Give them homes.”

“Girls learn to love and have sexual feelings in a position of low status, and the eroticization of powerlessness is a normal part of the construction of femininity.”

Sheila Jeffreys, Unpacking Queer Politics (via hereticswords)

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i-am-nicki-j:

nappyhairfreak:

blackfoxx:

deliciouskaek:

nerdpoet:

barack-rocks:

YOU CAME TO THE WRONG NEIGHBORHOOD MOTHERFUCKA!!!

What is this from?

someone said 4.3.2.1. i’ve never seen it so i can’t call it

YESSSSS!!!!! I loved everything about this.

I’ve never seen this but for some odd reason I feel obligated to watch it lol!!

yasss

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lets-wait-for-a-better-day:

s4ls4:

mrsspencereid:

it’s kind of ridiculous that we have to work our asses off for 13 years in school just to work our asses off for another 2-8+ years in college just to work our asses off in a job that we probably don’t even like, when we were born on this earth without a choice and i for one certainly didn’t sign up for that

this is seriously all i fucking think about

then we all die. The end.

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republicanidiots:

latinagabi:

setfabulazerstomaximumcaptain:

did-you-kno:

Source

WHAT?!

yep. This was actually a ‘program’ started by the Fascist/Catholic regime in Spain during Franco’s dictatorship. The idea was to steal babies from ‘left leaning’ parents, poor single mothers and sell them to right wing parents. The Spanish Catholic church has been quiet about this, but there have been dozens of protests and lawsuits. Investigations are still going on. There’s a really interesting documentary on this, I’ll have to find it.
This is another reason why I have zero respect for the Catholic Church in Spain, or Franco sympathizers.

And now the Catholic Church’s goal is to ban abortions and restrict access to contraceptives around the world. The end result will be lots of unwanted babies and Catholic adoption agencies selling the kids for $40,000 apiece ($10,000 if the babies are black).  The Catholic Church will never change it’s view of women as breeders.

republicanidiots:

latinagabi:

setfabulazerstomaximumcaptain:

did-you-kno:

Source

WHAT?!

yep. This was actually a ‘program’ started by the Fascist/Catholic regime in Spain during Franco’s dictatorship. The idea was to steal babies from ‘left leaning’ parents, poor single mothers and sell them to right wing parents. The Spanish Catholic church has been quiet about this, but there have been dozens of protests and lawsuits. Investigations are still going on. There’s a really interesting documentary on this, I’ll have to find it.

This is another reason why I have zero respect for the Catholic Church in Spain, or Franco sympathizers.

And now the Catholic Church’s goal is to ban abortions and restrict access to contraceptives around the world. The end result will be lots of unwanted babies and Catholic adoption agencies selling the kids for $40,000 apiece ($10,000 if the babies are black).  The Catholic Church will never change it’s view of women as breeders.

oliveswind:

Ylvis, educating people about the female reproductive system.  these guys will be the death of me. [x]

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kenobi-wan-obi:

Under a Blood Moon: 1st Total Lunar Eclipse of 2014 Wows Stargazers


  The moon took on an eerie blood-red hue early Tuesday during the first total lunar eclipse of 2014, a celestial sight that wowed potentially millions of stargazers across North and South America.
  
  The total lunar eclipse of April 15 lasted about 3.5 hours between late Monday and early Tuesday, with the Earth’s shadow slowing darkening the face of the so-called “Blood Moon” in a jaw-dropping sight for stargazers willing to stay up extra late or rise super-early for the event.

kenobi-wan-obi:

Under a Blood Moon: 1st Total Lunar Eclipse of 2014 Wows Stargazers

The moon took on an eerie blood-red hue early Tuesday during the first total lunar eclipse of 2014, a celestial sight that wowed potentially millions of stargazers across North and South America.

The total lunar eclipse of April 15 lasted about 3.5 hours between late Monday and early Tuesday, with the Earth’s shadow slowing darkening the face of the so-called “Blood Moon” in a jaw-dropping sight for stargazers willing to stay up extra late or rise super-early for the event.