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satans-firm-rear-end:

mesonoxianherald:

10th grade our first assignment in our multimedia class was to photoshop ourselves in this picture and make it look authentic
i decided
screw authentic im taking a selfie with my homie einstein

oh my god

satans-firm-rear-end:

mesonoxianherald:

10th grade our first assignment in our multimedia class was to photoshop ourselves in this picture and make it look authentic

i decided

screw authentic im taking a selfie with my homie einstein

oh my god

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3 hours ago

ifreakinlovebooks:

carlostheperfecthairedscientist:

princeofthelight:

kylesimmonsbeard:

millie0013:

the-fandoms-are-2spooky:

ultrareadfreak:

wow even zombies feel like we do

this movie was perf tho

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This film is basically the socially acceptable version of Twilight.
SPOILER: His name was Romeo.

YOU SPOILED IT FOR ME IT WAS CROSSED OUT BUT I READ IT ANYWAY I HAVEN’T READ THE SEQUELS YET

HER NAME JULIE(T)

THE BALCONY SCENE?! HE WANTED TO SEE HER AGAIN?! FROM "TWO DIFFERENT WORLDS"?! R KILLED SOMEONE WHO WAS CLOSE TO JULIE?!

SOMEONE JUST MADE A FUCKING ZOMBIE AU!ROMEO AND JULIET- BUT THEY ACTUALLY LIVED AND HAD A HAPPY ENDING

HOW DID I NOT SEE THIS??!!

the book was based off romeo and juliet. that’s why his friend is M. Mercutio.

OMGGGGGGG! I never realized any of this!!! But I read the book, watched the movie and R’s real name never came up, so “spoiler alert his name was Romeo” is pushing it a little lol

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5 hours ago

blue-eyed-hanji:

applespine:

thehiddentriforce:

yandere-dono:

thehiddentriforce:

itsspookytoremember:

You know what? I’m pretty smartimage

I should be on the…………..image

Honour Roll

Your Zuko costume’s pretty good, but your scar’s on the wrong side.

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Tumblr-user thehiddentriforce will forever carry dishonor with them.

For everyone who completely missed it, allow me to be less subtle:

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who’s the one carrying eternal dishonour now?

shiiiiiiiitt

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5 hours ago

anorganizedprocrastination:

hilariousfandomurl:

aria-the-apple:

Sometimes I judge people by how much of The Princess Bride they can quote. 

fun fact At my cousin’s wedding ceremony, his brother recited this to them as the best man speech and everyone started laughing and i think the bride started to cry

If this is not recited at some point during my wedding I will be greatly disappointed.

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9 hours ago

cocoastripper:

queer-punk:

WE NEED FEMINISM BECAUSE WHEN LANCE ARMSTRONG GOT CANCER AND LOST A TESTICLE IT WAS ALL ABOUT HIS HEALTH AND HOW INSPIRATIONAL HE WAS BUT WHEN ANGELINA JOLIE GETS A DOUBLE MASTECTOMY TO PREVENT HERSELF FROM GETTING CANCER, IT’S ALL ABOUT HOW SHE WON’T BE A SEX SYMBOL ANYMORE AND HOW MEN ARE OFFENDED CAUSE SHE WON’T BE AN OBJECT FOR THEM 

I’m pretty sure I reblog this already but this need to be reblog again

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9 hours ago

hiddleshabanera:

BEHOLD THE UNHOLY OFFSPRING OF LIGHTNING AND DEATH ITSELF

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14 hours ago
socimages:

"Trophy scarves": Race, gender, and the woman-as-prop trope (NSFW).
By Lisa Wade, PhD
At the end of last year, Robin Thicke took a lot of heat for both the lyrics of his song, Blurred Lines, and the accompanying video.  The latter is a transparent  instance of a very common strategy for making men look cool: surround them with beautiful and preferably naked women.
It seems especially effective if the men in question act unimpressed and unaffected by, or even disinterested in, the women around them. It’s as if they are trying to say, “I am so accustomed to having access to beautiful, naked women, I don’t even notice that they’re there anymore.”  Or, to be more vulgar about it, “I get so much pussy, I’ve become immune.”
The video for Blurred Lines was particularly egregious, but we see this all the time.  Here’s a couple more examples, featuring R. Kelly and Robert Pattinson in Details:


This is all to introduce a satirical series of photographs featuring performance artist Nate Hill who, on the mission page of his “trophy scarves” website (NSFW), writes: “I wear white women for status and power.”  And, so, he does.  Here are some maybe safe-for-work-ish examples: 


There are more, definitely NSFW examples, at his site (and thanks to German C. for sending the link).
Hill brilliantly combines a tradition of conspicuous consumption – think mink stoles – with a contemporary matrix of domination in which white women are status symbols for men of all races. It’s not irrelevant that he’s African-American and the women he chooses are white and, yes, it is about power. We know it is because women do it too and, when they do, they use women below them in the racial hierarchy.  Remember Gwen Stefani’s harajuku girls?  And consider this FHM Philippines cover:

I’m amazed at the ubiquitousness of this type of imagery and our willingness  to take it for granted that this is just what our visual landscape looks like.  It’s social inequality unapologetically laid bare.  We’re used to it.
Somebody — lots of somebodies, I guess — sat around the room and thought, “Yeah, there’s nothing pathetic or problematic about a music video in which absolutely nothing happens except naked women are used to prop up our singer’s masculinity.”  The optimist in me wants to think that it’s far too obvious, so much so that the producers and participants would be embarrassed by it. Or, at least, there’d be a modicum of sensitivity to the decades of feminist activism around the sexual objectification of women.
The cynic in me recognizes that white supremacy and the dehumanization of women are alive and well.  I’m glad Hill is here to help me laugh about it, even if nervously. Gallows humor, y’all.  Sometimes it’s all we got.
Lisa Wade is a professor of sociology at Occidental College and the co-author of Gender: Ideas, Interactions, Institutions. You can follow her on Twitter and Facebook.

socimages:

"Trophy scarves": Race, gender, and the woman-as-prop trope (NSFW).

By Lisa Wade, PhD

At the end of last year, Robin Thicke took a lot of heat for both the lyrics of his song, Blurred Lines, and the accompanying video.  The latter is a transparent  instance of a very common strategy for making men look cool: surround them with beautiful and preferably naked women.

It seems especially effective if the men in question act unimpressed and unaffected by, or even disinterested in, the women around them. It’s as if they are trying to say, “I am so accustomed to having access to beautiful, naked women, I don’t even notice that they’re there anymore.”  Or, to be more vulgar about it, “I get so much pussy, I’ve become immune.”

The video for Blurred Lines was particularly egregious, but we see this all the time.  Here’s a couple more examples, featuring R. Kelly and Robert Pattinson in Details:

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kinopoisk.ru

This is all to introduce a satirical series of photographs featuring performance artist Nate Hill who, on the mission page of his “trophy scarves” website (NSFW), writes: “I wear white women for status and power.”  And, so, he does.  Here are some maybe safe-for-work-ish examples: 
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There are more, definitely NSFW examples, at his site (and thanks to German C. for sending the link).

Hill brilliantly combines a tradition of conspicuous consumption – think mink stoles – with a contemporary matrix of domination in which white women are status symbols for men of all races. It’s not irrelevant that he’s African-American and the women he chooses are white and, yes, it is about power. We know it is because women do it too and, when they do, they use women below them in the racial hierarchy.  Remember Gwen Stefani’s harajuku girls?  And consider this FHM Philippines cover:

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I’m amazed at the ubiquitousness of this type of imagery and our willingness  to take it for granted that this is just what our visual landscape looks like.  It’s social inequality unapologetically laid bare.  We’re used to it.

Somebody — lots of somebodies, I guess — sat around the room and thought, “Yeah, there’s nothing pathetic or problematic about a music video in which absolutely nothing happens except naked women are used to prop up our singer’s masculinity.”  The optimist in me wants to think that it’s far too obvious, so much so that the producers and participants would be embarrassed by it. Or, at least, there’d be a modicum of sensitivity to the decades of feminist activism around the sexual objectification of women.

The cynic in me recognizes that white supremacy and the dehumanization of women are alive and well.  I’m glad Hill is here to help me laugh about it, even if nervously. Gallows humor, y’all.  Sometimes it’s all we got.

Lisa Wade is a professor of sociology at Occidental College and the co-author of Gender: Ideas, Interactions, Institutions. You can follow her on Twitter and Facebook.

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22 hours ago

homebeccer:

"oh my god stop criticizing young girls who like 50 Shades of Gray or Twilight you can’t tell them what they can and can’t read"

no we can’t but we have to protect young girls from mistaking abusive behavior for genuine affection at all costs

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22 hours ago
megaklefki:

sigmarue:

kada-bura:

My friend showed me this site where you have 45 seconds to draw a pokemon but sometimes it takes like 20 seconds for the reference image to load in and let me tell you my artistic abilities have never shone brighter.

This is the greatest thing.

Oh wow I love you, and I love this

megaklefki:

sigmarue:

kada-bura:

My friend showed me this site where you have 45 seconds to draw a pokemon but sometimes it takes like 20 seconds for the reference image to load in and let me tell you my artistic abilities have never shone brighter.

This is the greatest thing.

Oh wow I love you, and I love this

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23 hours ago

sidneybristows:

know you are the type of woman 
who is searching for a place to call yours.
let the statues crumble.
you have always been the place.
you are a woman who can build it yourself.
YOU WERE BORN TO BUILD. (insp)

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1 day ago

Mary Anne Radmacher, Live Boldly (via kvtes)

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Courage doesn’t always roar.
Sometimes courage is the quiet voice at the
end of the day saying,
“I will try again tomorrow.
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1 day ago
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