Video 1 Oct 179,473 notes

flyingonmymagiccarpet:

atop-the-treetop:

sizvideos:

Video

This is one of those ideas where some person was like “Hehe, this might  be silly.” And then struck fucking gold.

OH.MY.GOSH. I’m laughing so hard

Text 1 Oct 1,603 notes

fightingfirewithfrostbite:

angelinthefire:

Things that are important about the StrexCorp arc:

  • Capitalism being portrayed as horrific. 
  • The portrayal of revolution as a valid response to capitalist oppression
  • The emphasis on the need for collective action
  • Tamika Flynn and everything about her

I’ve seen some people say that they miss when WtNV was simpler and just about creepy stuff, but even if you didn’t enjoy the story line, you’ve got to at least acknowledge that it was important. 

  • The focus on how ‘productive’ a person can be (especially with regards to physical or mental ability) being ableist trash
Photo 30 Sep 139 notes decolonizingmedia:

Decolonizing MMIW Campaigns and the Spectacle of Sexual Violence: 
Further to our post on Twitter, we are concerned about the rise of campaigns, like Spirit of Our Sisters, that position themselves as supporting and raising awareness about MMIW, but are created by photographers who themselves participate in further sexualizing young Indigenous women through media representation. 
This is both hypocritical and deeply problematic. We need to be attentive to how easily these narratives can be co-opted. Images are the currency of internet culture and we shouldn’t allow this double standard to be perpetuated without us calling image makers to account for their work—on all platforms and projects.   
Decolonize the spectacle of missing and murdered Indigenous women. 

decolonizingmedia:

Decolonizing MMIW Campaigns and the Spectacle of Sexual Violence:

Further to our post on Twitter, we are concerned about the rise of campaigns, like Spirit of Our Sisters, that position themselves as supporting and raising awareness about MMIW, but are created by photographers who themselves participate in further sexualizing young Indigenous women through media representation. 

This is both hypocritical and deeply problematic. We need to be attentive to how easily these narratives can be co-opted. Images are the currency of internet culture and we shouldn’t allow this double standard to be perpetuated without us calling image makers to account for their work—on all platforms and projects.   

Decolonize the spectacle of missing and murdered Indigenous women. 

Text 30 Sep 18,139 notes

m-arkiplier:

Instead of insane, say unreal.

Instead of crazy, say unbelievable.

Instead of calling someone a psycho, call them an asshole.

Instead of stupid, say awful.

Instead of dumb, say bad.

Taking ableist language out of your vocabulary is simple and will help widen your vocabulary.

Video 30 Sep 34,631 notes

ninfia:

unfollower:

scenicroutes:

[sighs deeply]

is this surprising to anyone considering her song about body positivity centers around male approval

my thoughts exactly, dude.

Text 30 Sep 9,601 notes

angerinyourbones:

Study after study after study shows that spanking children causes anger, aggression, decreased impulse control, anxiety, lower thresholds for frustration etc etc

You didn’t “turn out just fine” because you were smacked, you turned out “just fine” IN SPITE of it.

I also wouldn’t call someone who thinks violence against children is okay “just fine” but.. Y’know.

Photo 29 Sep 40,592 notes wearetylerspeople:

Everyone deserves to be who they are and happy with that

wearetylerspeople:

Everyone deserves to be who they are and happy with that

(Source: flirting-opportunities)

via Oh My!.
Video 29 Sep 44,437 notes

candidinatlanta:

"As the protesters marched through the streets, it began to storm. Every time the thunder crashed, the protesters would cheer louder and louder. It seemed as if mother nature herself were cheering them on.."

Photo 29 Sep 4,913 notes the-goddamazon:

scoreswayze:

saintgee:

earwormwax:

The Black People Never Mentioned in Black History During Black History Month
Who: Ursula Burns
From: New York City, NY
Contribution: It all started with an intern job in 1980. And, since 2007, Ursula has been the CEO of the $15 billion dollar computer company Xerox. She earned a B.S. in mechanical engineering from Polytechnic Institute of New York and a master’s in engineering from Columbia. She is also appointed by President Obama, as the vice chair of his Export Council. 
Nice.

word?

Dog, why come I never heard about her???

They also never tell you how Bill Gates and Steve Jobs stole A LOT of their ideas from Xerox too.

the-goddamazon:

scoreswayze:

saintgee:

earwormwax:

The Black People Never Mentioned in Black History During Black History Month

Who: Ursula Burns

From: New York City, NY

Contribution: It all started with an intern job in 1980. And, since 2007, Ursula has been the CEO of the $15 billion dollar computer company Xerox. She earned a B.S. in mechanical engineering from Polytechnic Institute of New York and a master’s in engineering from Columbia. She is also appointed by President Obama, as the vice chair of his Export Council. 

Nice.

word?

Dog, why come I never heard about her???

They also never tell you how Bill Gates and Steve Jobs stole A LOT of their ideas from Xerox too.

Video 29 Sep 41,383 notes

jean-luc-gohard:

parskis:

I honestly can’t believe this right now. I was complaining to my bf about some Kotex tampons I had used, going on a bit of a rant about how bad they were, and on a whim I decided to go to the website and leave a review so other people who might get them would know better.
I’ve never written a tampon review in my life (it’s not something I ever anticipated doing) so I had a little fun getting very passionate about my thoughts, and then went to submit…. Only to receive the words: ‘Your review text contains inappropriate language.’ I was confused at first, I mean I was pretty emphatic, but I didn’t cuss at all… and then I realized: I had typed the word ‘vagina.’ 

You can’t type the word ‘vagina’ on a TAMPON review because it’s considered inappropriate.

KOTEX, a company that makes OVER A BILLION DOLLARS A YEAR primarily selling products to people with vaginas, thinks that someone typing the word “VAGINA” in a review of a product that goes IN THEIR VAGINA is being inappropriate and needs to be censored.

I retyped “v*gina” with an asterisk like it was a swear word, submitted and it went to preview mode with no problem. But I’m still kind of in shock… Honestly, what is wrong with Kotex that they think they need to protect tampon users from the word ‘vagina’?

If you didn’t think our society’s fear of the vagina was absurd, here you go. It’s cartoonish.


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