i don’t care if you’re 13 or 26 on tumblr we’re all the same age

unless you are 12.9

yeah if you’re 12.9 get out

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voguedissent:

wocinsolidarity:

socialismartnature:

Breaking via ABC News: UN Human Rights Council votes to open inquiry into alleged war crimes in Gaza; U.S. is the ONLY “no” vote.
That’s because the U.S. is a direct accomplice to every war crime that Israel commits.

sickening 

also if you look at the list of countries
basically all the second and third world countries voted “yes” and european/”western”/first world countries voted “abstain”
jfc
they really don’t have two shits to give about brown bodies and colonized peoples
“Not all men are like that”
men who are like that (via richgaaaang)

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doctor-hannibalism:

darling-im-sad:

memories-will-kill:

lightlikeafeatherflies:

and-mine-would-be-you:

t0morrowcomest0day:


I don’t care who the fuck you are, or what you’re doing. You can take 3 seconds to reblog this.

I miss you..

That last comment broke my heart..

please never give up.

I will never forget you..

R.I.P my mothers cousin 

RIP Uncle Max

musingsofanawkwardblackgirl:

couple-of-dumbasses:

leviisacutelittleshit:

colourfulpantsandarainbowhat:

beggars-opera:

colourfulpantsandarainbowhat:

WHY DO PEOPLE CALL IT FUCK, MARRY, KILL WHEN THEY COULD CALL IT BED, WED, BEHEAD

easy there henry

whos henry what thef uck?

*faint laughter from Britian*

*history teachers crying*

AAAHHHHHHHH

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snow-waller:

crusherccme:

found this gem in the 1996 Cornell Women’s Handbook. it’s what to say when a guy tries to get out of using a condom

Bahahahaha
queentinabelcher:

Alcohol vs marijuana
dorkilydominant:


Senate Republicans Block Bill for Women
Wednesday, July 16, 2014 Senate Republicans on Wednesday blocked a bill that would have protected women’s right to make their own health care decisions. In the 56-43 vote – four short of the 60 needed – only three Republicans supported this basic protection for women.
Although the vast majority of American women use birth control at some point in their lives, many women without insurance could not afford the method that would work best for them. The Affordable Care Act guaranteed that health insurance would fully cover the cost of contraception. A recent Supreme Court decision took back that guarantee, telling women they could only be covered if their bosses said it was ok.
“The court was wrong and the Senate Republicans are wrong,” Sen. Bernie Sanders said. “Bosses should not be able to impose their religious beliefs on their employees.  Bosses should not be able to deny insurance covered birth control to their female employees.  Women should make their own health care decisions, not their employers. “At a time when tens of millions of women use birth control, there is no valid reason to restrict a woman’s access to safe, widely-used preventive services simply because her employer does not approve of what should be her private medical decisions.”The Protect Women’s Health from Corporate Interference Act would have ensured that employers cannot interfere in their employees’ decisions about contraception or other health services.
• And YET, Viagra is covered, no questions asked.

Not only Viagra, but a host of other examples of covered items that could be deemed “morally reprehesable” by the same fundamentalist crowd. That is, assuming they actually cared about moral conviction, and not just oppressive misogyny.
Here’s what’s interesting: Hobby Lobby, the religious (using the term loosely), family owned craft store franchise behind the Supreme Court debacle, are complete hypocrites. Before the passing of the affordable care act, Hobby Lobby covered all manner of birth control for its female employees, including the abortifacient morning after pill. Now, Hobby Lobby had options; many companies offer “morally conscious” insurance and investment plans, that is, plans that do not invest in enterprises that the client finds objectionable. Did hobby lobby take advantage of these? No.
However, now that the federal government has decided to mandate that employers cover contraception for their female employees, Hobby Lobby says no. Now that they are being told that they must, under federal law, provide the same service that they have for years, suddenly, they object. 
I would write more, but I just can’t bring myself to get any angrier over this topic.
“To understand gender as a historical category, however, is to accept that gender, understood as one way of culturally configuring a body, is open to a continual remaking, and that ‘anatomy’ and ‘sex’ are not without cultural framing (as the intersex movement has clearly shown).”
Judith Butler, “Undoing Gender,” 9-10. (via saint-bmo)

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