w1tchboy:

pebbleinknee:

Like could I wear this?  Is it fetishy enough or am I missing the mark?

this is a look

In these first couple weeks of college I have realized how important social interactions are to mental health. Like, its really easy, especially on a week day to go a while day without really talking to someone unless I make an effort myself. And then it will be the end of the day and Im tryina figure out why i feel kind of shitty and thats why. Eating, sleeping, reading, and talking to a human being all sound really simple to fit into a day but somehow I’m having a hard time.



REBLOG if you’re from Baltimore.

whoisahmad:

whoisahmad:

my plan is to get people from Baltimore to follow each other

This really worked (for me)..

(via preeminentttt)


parvxo:


Daisy Lowe, Rita Ora and M.I.A attend the Stella McCartney Green Carpet Collection during London Fashion Week, September 14th.

mathangi looks the best tho

how does she do it. omg shes 40 and she has a baby like howw
hmmurdoch:

Milo Club Chair by Lawson-Fenning

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Social justice is about destroying systematic marginalisation and privilege. Wishing to live in a more just, more equal world is simply not the same thing as wishing to live in a “nicer” world. I am not suggesting niceness is bad or that we should not behave in a nice way towards others if we want to! I also do not equate niceness with cooperation or collaboration with others. Here’s all I am saying: the conflation of ethical or just conduct (goodness), and polite conduct (niceness) is a big problem.

Plenty of oppressive bullshit goes down under the guise of nice. Every day, nice, caring, friendly people try to take our bodily autonomy away from us (women, queers, trans people, nonbinaries, fat people, POC…you name it, they just don’t think we know what’s good for us!). These people would hold a door for us if they saw us coming. Our enemies are not only the people holding “Fags Die God Laughs” signs, they are the nice people who just feel like marriage should be between a man and a woman, no offense, it’s just how they feel! We once got a very nice comment on this site that we decided we could not publish because its content was “But how can I respect women when they dress like – sorry to say it, pardon my language – sluts?”. This is vile, disgusting misogyny and no amount of sugar coating and politeness can make it okay. Similarly, most of the people who run ex-gay therapy clinics are actually very nice and polite! They just want to save you! Nicely! Clearly, niceness means FUCK ALL.

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The Revolution Will Not Be Polite: The Issue of Nice versus Good - http://www.socialjusticeleague.net/2012/04/the-revolution-will-not-be-polite-the-issue-of-nice-versus-good/ (via varldslighet)

I feel like this concept is pretty vital to Good Reason News as well.

(via goodreasonnews)

Courtesy is something that is earned, and you will not earn it by oppressing someone. And fyi, treating someone as a person, not using sexist/racist/homophobic/transphobic/ableist slurs, and/or using the correct gender identiy for others is a requirement, not a courtesy.

(via moniquill)

Like I said “politeness” and tone policing is simply insisting being violent, insulting and hateful in a polite way is somehow acceptable.

(via bankuei)

(Source: transrants, via knowledgeequalsblackpower)


misotrashy:

So….I found this young Leo framed photo on a pile of trash on a curb.
FATE brought me to you.
theonion:

Scientists: Rich People, Poor People May Have Shared Common Ancestor

hotsuburbandad:

bamyasi:

cooldudebro:

petition for the tumblr mods to ban all the tumblr famous with over 200 followers. they are full of themselves and are all assholes and they are impossible to avoid. let me blog in peace -_-

destroy the tumblr famous bourgeoise

Distribute followers/notes equally amongst the proletarians

(via feministjewishfangirl)



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