relahvant:

perpetualvelocity:

moonjellys:

proudgayconservative:

nolanthebloghog:

The bomb is dropped

The kittens sort of soften the blow.

this is the shittiest post ever. please unfollow me if you agree with this post also shame on OP for using cute kittens for this garbage post

not sure what it is exactly that makes this post so shitty? Because it’s promoting actual equality? instead of saying that you can call everyone else shit because you are part of an oppressed party you can say you are equal to them doesn’t exactly sound like a shitty idea to me.

BOOM. So many people on this website need to read this twice, let it sink in and then read it again.

rosalarian:

m2manga:

moonanimate:

Enjoy. :)

Me and over 200 Animators participated in the Moon Animate Make Up Project which is a collaborated remake of an episode of Sailor Moon. Seeing everyone’s styles here is awesome! It was great fun being a part of a project like this and I hope you enjoy it!

This was great!

Thank you Sky Williams.

moyaofthemist:

ilovecharts:

The total area of solar panels it would take to power the world, Europe, and Germany
Educating a Friend
Me: So, let's say that you're at school and you see a guy you know. I mean, you guys talk every once in a while and he's pretty cool, but you're not like friends or anything. You just talk to him every once in a while.
Guy Friend: What's his name?
Me: I don't know. Frank?
Guy Friend: No.
Me: Okay, fine. His name is Will. Okay?
Guy Friend: I don't think it really suits him, but okay.
Me: ...So anyway, you're at school during lunchtime and you see Will. So, you notice Will's not eating anything. That's when you realize that Will has no lunch, no money for lunch, and no way of getting either. He's just sitting there like he normally would. He's not acting any differently and he's not asking anyone for anything. Not money, not a fry, not even a salt packet, but you know he's gotta be hungry. So, what do you do?
Guy Friend: Do I have any money?
Me: Yeah. You have enough for you and another meal.
Guy Friend: Duh, I buy him lunch.
Me: Okay, cool. So, like you said, you buy him lunch. You buy your lunch and you buy his lunch and you go over and hand it to him. And, he says, "Wow. You know, that's really nice of you, but I wasn't gonna ask anyone for lunch. I was probably just gonna wait until I got home to eat." And, then you say--
Guy Friend: Nah, it's cool.
Me: Exactly. You say, "Nah, it's cool. I'm just being nice. It's a gift." And, Will says, "You know, that's awesome. You're really nice, bro." And, after that, you guys start hanging out. You guys are like really good buds. You are always hanging out and laughing and just having a good time. So, you guys are friends for a few months, and it's tons of fun. Then, one day, you go up to Will and you say, "Hey, Will, you know, I've been thinking, and I kinda want that five bucks."
Guy Friend: What five bucks?
Me: Hold on. I'm getting there. So, Will says, "What five bucks?" To which, you reply, "Well, we've been hanging out for a long time and it's been really fun, but like, I've done a lot of really nice things for you. Like, I'm always nice to you and I always listen and do things you wanna do, so I was thinking that because I've been so nice, you should pay me back that five bucks I spent to get your lunch right before we started really hanging out."
Guy Friend: What? Why would I--
Me: I'm not done yet. So, then Will looks kinda hurt and he says, "But I thought you were just being nice. I thought that was just a gift." So, you say, "Whether or not it was a gift, don't you think you kinda owe me that five bucks since I've been so nice to you?" And, Will says, "No. I don't think I owe you that!" And you get mad, so you say, "Well, I think that you do, so I think you're being really shitty and stuck up about this and I feel like I've been completely wronged."
Guy Friend: Oh, my God. That's so fucked up of me. I would never do that to Will. Will was nice. We were buds. That's way screwed.
Me: I know, right? Hey, just wondering, have you ever heard of this fictional place called "The Friendzone?"
Guy Friend: Well, yeah, but...
Guy Friend: ...
Guy Friend: ...
Guy Friend: oh
socialnerdism:

This is possibly the best cosplay I have ever seen. EVER - Brie

socialnerdism:

This is possibly the best cosplay I have ever seen. EVER - Brie

whereisfancybread:

A quick marceline and abadeer from Adventure time
deviantart

LOOK AT THE PRETTY THING MY FRIEND DID! IT’S SO CUTE!

whereisfancybread:

A quick marceline and abadeer from Adventure time

deviantart

LOOK AT THE PRETTY THING MY FRIEND DID! IT’S SO CUTE!

hyadain:

when u beat a game with a sad ending image

okaneweido:

When your ADC tries to leave lane and roam up river alone. 

okaneweido:

When your ADC tries to leave lane and roam up river alone. 

rivernymph:

samwinchesterhatesfire:

quads-for-the-gods:

bellecs:

winningthebattleloosingthewar:

On the morning of September 4, 1957, fifteen-year-old Dorothy Counts set out on a harrowing path toward Harding High, where-as the first African American to attend the all-white school – she was greeted by a jeering swarm of boys who spat, threw trash, and yelled epithets at her as she entered the building.

Charlotte Observer photographer Don Sturkey captured the ugly incident on film, and in the days that followed, the searing image appeared not just in the local paper but in newspapers around the world.

People everywhere were transfixed by the girl in the photograph who stood tall, her five-foot-ten-inch frame towering nobly above the mob that trailed her. There, in black and white, was evidence of the brutality of racism, a sinister force that had led children to torment another child while adults stood by. While the images display a lot of evils: prejudice, ignorance, racism, sexism, inequality, it also captures true strength, determination, courage and inspiration.

Here she is, age 70, still absolutely elegant and poised.

she deserves to be re-blogged. 

she’s so goddamned inspirational

this makes me want to cry

alwayslabellavita:

lievekofye:

anotherfirebender:

kinderhook-obscure:

shit-justice-warrior:

Why aren’t we doing this in all 50 states??


moving to Iowa

is there a way to petition for this to be a required class for graduating in all 50 states???

This needs to be a mandatory class in every high school in every state. In fact, do it more than once; have a mandatory one for junior high and elementary boys as well (obviously watering down the topics to match their ages). THIS is how we socialize men to not add to rape culture. This is needed. It’s astonishing how many men are uninformed about rape and how devastating it is and what rape culture is in general. It reminds me of that quote by Laurie Halse Anderson (author of Speak, where the main character has been raped), where she says that when boys find out the main character’s been raped, a lot of them are bewildered and ask, “So what’s the big deal?”

alwayslabellavita:

lievekofye:

anotherfirebender:

kinderhook-obscure:

shit-justice-warrior:

Why aren’t we doing this in all 50 states??

moving to Iowa

is there a way to petition for this to be a required class for graduating in all 50 states???

This needs to be a mandatory class in every high school in every state. In fact, do it more than once; have a mandatory one for junior high and elementary boys as well (obviously watering down the topics to match their ages). THIS is how we socialize men to not add to rape culture. This is needed. It’s astonishing how many men are uninformed about rape and how devastating it is and what rape culture is in general. It reminds me of that quote by Laurie Halse Anderson (author of Speak, where the main character has been raped), where she says that when boys find out the main character’s been raped, a lot of them are bewildered and ask, “So what’s the big deal?”