ithinkurafoster:

suptoast:

abatida:

gracklebird:

okay i just wanted this on my blog because it’s one of the best things i have ever witnessed.

Hipster cred restoration. 



This post is perfect.

ithinkurafoster:

suptoast:

abatida:

gracklebird:

okay i just wanted this on my blog because it’s one of the best things i have ever witnessed.

Hipster cred restoration. 

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This post is perfect.

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jimkirksfatshirt:

gul dukat wants you to stay in school kids

^^^ lmfao DEEP SPACE NINE YO

jimkirksfatshirt:

gul dukat wants you to stay in school kids

^^^ lmfao DEEP SPACE NINE YO

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Aight so she’s definitely not my favorite superhero, and I think she’s just weakly written at times, but she sure as hell has her moments. In this scene it’s not just her heat vision, its all her kryptonian powers that are rendered null (gold kryptonite, who knew?) and yet she still manages to kick ass.

Aight so she’s definitely not my favorite superhero, and I think she’s just weakly written at times, but she sure as hell has her moments. In this scene it’s not just her heat vision, its all her kryptonian powers that are rendered null (gold kryptonite, who knew?) and yet she still manages to kick ass.

People identify as queer, or gay, or lesbian, or asexual, or poly, or any number of other complex sexual orientations and sexualities and relationship orientations, because the norm is monogamy and heterosexuality. Unless someone explicitly labels otherwise, that person is going to be assumed to be part of that norm, which means that a crucial part of her identity is quietly erased. She must explicitly out herself, with a label, in order to assert her humanity and her place in the world.

For example, a bisexual woman in a relationship with a man must either allow people to erase her by assuming (and calling) her heterosexual…or she must repeatedly be outspoken about her bisexuality. She needs a label to describe her sexuality because she’s not conforming to the social norm, because her sexuality is different. If she doesn’t have that label, if that label is taken away from her, if people insist that labels aren’t needed to talk about sexuality because ‘we’re all human beings (man),’ then she becomes smaller. Lesser. She is invisiblised, simply because people don’t want to be confronted with the reality of her sexuality, and they don’t have to be if she has no label to identify with.
written by We Need Labels, Because the Alternative is Disappearing | this ain’t livin’ (via brutereason)

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ilosttrackofmymoralcode:

Comic: Adventure Time - Seeing Red (Kaboom)

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theghostofyourliess:

Men’s Rights Activists

theghostofyourliess:

Men’s Rights Activists

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When people fight you to shut you up about a topic like race—and sexism, it means that you have stumbled upon the cultural silence that must be patrolled in order to maintain hegemony.
written by Junot Díaz (via ethiopienne)

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Bad books on writing tell you to ‘WRITE WHAT YOU KNOW’, a solemn and totally false adage that is the reason there exist so many mediocre novels about English professors contemplating adultery.
written by Joe Haldeman (via maxkirin)

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I sometimes worry that serious music can only be served by serious talk, or worse, that people who like serious music can only have serious reasons for doing so. The truth is that you will probably meet just as many shallow people at a National show as you will at a Miley Cyrus show, the difference being that people at the National show are more likely to think they’re important, while people at a Miley Cyrus show are more likely to think they’re having fun.
written by Mike Powell talks about what we mean when we talk about pop music with his Pitch piece "It’s Not What You Like But How You Like It". (via pitchfork)