completeveestripped:

brownglucose:

ridge:

i love learning useless information 

nice

Lol. Must share this elsewhere.

completeveestripped:

brownglucose:

ridge:

i love learning useless information 

nice

Lol. Must share this elsewhere.

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Aw fuck it, I’mma say it.

thebigblackwolfe:

White feminists need to understand that not all men are sexualized in a way that wholly benefits them. That is something exclusive to white men point blank period.

Because MOC are sexualized in ways that remove their agency and their humanity, and most times this is perpetrated by both white women and white men.

So when you’re talking about the sexualization of men giving men power, you need to be specific about which group of men you’re talking about.

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fuckyeahlavernecox:

"Each and every one of us has the capacity to be an oppressor. I want to encourage each and everyone of us to interrogate how we might be an oppressor and how we might be able to become liberators for ourselves and for each other."

(x)

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thebigbadfox:

Sexuality is fluid

you are permitted a maximum of one 3.4 oz (100 ml) bottle of sexuality per passenger, all bottles must be carried inside a ziplock bag and placed in a bin for inspection prior to boarding the aircraft

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rebeccamock:

Wow, almost 50,000 notes! Thanks Tumblr! (and thanks Annie!) This post includes a couple gifs I never posted to Tumblr, too.   
1 - The animated version of the Walrus cover, which ended up not being used
2 - The Party
3 - The Quiet Ones, the gif version of which I couldn’t upload to Tumblr myself because sometime Tumblr just hates gifs. ‎(ノಥ益ಥ)ノ ┻━┻
4 - Main Street Blues 

The link below is to a post about my work on nfgraphics.com, a nice collection of almost all the .gif work I’ve done. 
If you’re interested, you can also read an interview I did recently.

anniestoll:

Hey that’s my pal, @rebeccamock !  Make sure you follow her tumblr too: http://rebeccamock.tumblr.com/

silentgiantla:

Animated artwork by Rebecca Mock

Fine, detailed and subtle animated artwork created by New York illustrator Rebecca Mock. Apparently the animated gif back to stay, gradually more and more people are exploring this old format and customers asking for shouting. Several of these illustrations were created for the New York Times or The Warlus magazine.

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introducing: babbuvengers

i know a dozen ppl were waiting for this but it remained a secret until now hawhawhaw :3

keep in mind they’re just tots so i didn’t want hulk to beat loki up, so the nature of their fight shifted to a lego battle

(Source: lokis-gspot)

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scienceshenanigans:

oceanicsteam:

But…but…~chemicals!~


I cannot stress this enough.

scienceshenanigans:

oceanicsteam:

But…but…~chemicals!~

image

I cannot stress this enough.

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intersectionalfeminism:

  • Aboriginal women 15 years and older are 3.5 times more likely to experience violence than non-Aboriginal women.
  • Rates of spousal assault against Aboriginal women are more than three times higher than those against non-Aboriginal women.
  • Nearly one-quarter of Aboriginal women experienced some form of spousal violence in the five years preceding the 2004 GSS. 
  • 54% of Aboriginal women reported severe forms of family violence, such as being beaten, being choked, having had a gun or knife used against them, or being sexually assaulted, versus 37% of non-Aboriginal women 
  • 44% of Aboriginal women reported “fearing for their lives” when faced with severe forms of family violence, compared with 33% of non-Aboriginal women. 
  • 27% of Aboriginal women reported experiencing 10 or more assaults by the same offender, as opposed to 18% of non-Aboriginal women.
  • While the number of non-Aboriginal women reporting the most severe forms of violence declined from 43% in 1999 to 37% in 2004, the number of similar attacks against Aboriginal women remained unchanged at 54% during the same time period. 
  • Between 1997 and 2000, homicide rates of Aboriginal females were almost seven times higher than those of non-Aboriginal females.
  • Between 1991 and 2004, 171 women involved in prostitution were killed in Canada; 45% of these homicides remain unsolved 
  • Aboriginal women between the ages of 25 and 44 with Indian status are five times more likely than other women of the same age to die as the result of violence. 
  • Homicides involving Aboriginal women are more likely to go unsolved. Only 53% of murder cases in NWAC’s Sisters In Spirit database have been solved, compared to 84% of all murder cases across the country. 
  • Six out of 10 incidents of violent crime against Aboriginal people are thought to go unreported. 

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