Thursday, April 17, 2014

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Wednesday, April 16, 2014

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Sex is always about emotions. Good sex is about free emotions; bad sex is about blocked emotions. Deepak Chopra (via elusivelyshani)

Cersei  ♔  w i n e

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sueishappy:

"and that is why pink ribbons are for boobies." -hank green

It makes sense, seeing how pink is a “warm” color (Which is seen as a “masculine” aspect in most cultures) and blue is a “cold” color, (traditionally seen as a feminine aspect in most cultures). This only shows how determining “gender” through color preferences is really a dumb thing.

Capitalism is a big bag of dicks. Karl Marx, Das Big Bag of Dicks vol.1 (via metazoa-etcetera)

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yo, me too

yo, me too

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'Women do not forget. Women do not forgive.’

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I am seeking, I am striving, I am in it with all my heart. Vincent Van Gogh 

Always, always. (via herkindoftea)

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theatlantic:

Does Traditional College Debate Reinforce White Privilege?

Minority participants aren’t just debating resolutions—they’re challenging the terms of the debate itself.
Read more. [Image: Donna McWilliam/AP Photo]


"Liberal law professors have been making this point for decades. “Various procedures—regardless of whether we’re talking about debate formats or law—have the ability to hide the subjective experiences that shape these seemingly ‘objective’ and ‘rational’ rules,” said UC Hastings Law School professor Osagie Obasogie, who teaches critical race theory. ‘This is the power of racial subordination: making the viewpoint of the dominant group seem like the only true reality.’"BAM.

theatlantic:

Does Traditional College Debate Reinforce White Privilege?

Minority participants aren’t just debating resolutions—they’re challenging the terms of the debate itself.

Read more. [Image: Donna McWilliam/AP Photo]

"Liberal law professors have been making this point for decades. “Various procedures—regardless of whether we’re talking about debate formats or law—have the ability to hide the subjective experiences that shape these seemingly ‘objective’ and ‘rational’ rules,” said UC Hastings Law School professor Osagie Obasogie, who teaches critical race theory. ‘This is the power of racial subordination: making the viewpoint of the dominant group seem like the only true reality.’"

BAM.

Look, the Pie! Ancient proverb for defusing tense family situations (via shakeitallout)