Saturday, April 19, 2014

chiisai-hope:

The Wind Rises ~     ~
Motherfuckers will read a book that’s 1/3 elvish, but put two sentences in Spanish and White people think we’re taking over. Junot Diaz to the interview question “Do you think using Spanish in your writing alienates some of your readers?” (via spoopyzourry)

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The “Everybody is done with everybody” Wedding

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Friday, April 18, 2014

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annieedisons asked: Jess Day or Nick Miller

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klecktacular:

I’m an adult

klecktacular:

I’m an adult

kiroyo:

bootylicious-rivaille:

FUCK I JUST SCREAMED THANK YOU FOR BRINGING THIS BACK

OMG I WORSHIP THE GROUND YOU WALK ON

IM FREKING OUT

SCREAMING

I LOVE THIS SO MUCH

LOL OMFG

spmib:

stop-hodoring:

Top Gear in India 

How can you not like top gear?

I watched this the other week and was in literal tears

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smaugosaurus:

star wars + iconic lines

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total-queer-move:

LOOK. IT’S EVERY SINGLE STEREOTYPE ABOUT MEN’S RIGHTS ACTIVISTS PUT INTO ONE HANDY-DANDY DEMOGRAPHICS SURVEY SO IT CAN BE STATISTICALLY VALIDATED!! [x]

THANKS R/MENSRIGHTS!!

That assumption has a terrible flip side: Girls of color are often viewed as always sexually available, simply because of their race. Just look at the specific stereotypes: Latina women are “spicy,” Middle Eastern and South Asian women are simultaneously “exotic” and “repressed,” Asian women are “submissive,” black women are “wild” or “animalistic”—it doesn’t matter what disgusting stereotype you choose, it boils down to the same thing: Women of color are assumed to be always available for sex…. On top of all of this, it’s important to keep in mind one of the main reasons women of color are expected to be always sexually available—because in countries where they’ve been historically enslaved or colonized by white cultures, the white men in those cultures felt free to rape them with impunity. That women of color in colonized countries should have any say-so in what happens to their bodies, sexually or otherwise, is a pretty new idea in the grand scheme of things, and one that women of color have had to fight hard for, and still have to fight for today. Jaclyn Friedman, Women of Color Seen as Always Sexually Available (via thisiswhiteprivilege)

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