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kyra-lord-of-dystopia:

poorhornycat:

professor-sweetpea:

jumblejo:

oldfilmsflicker:

The best of The Mayhem Guy from the Allstate commercials

okay, but where is, “I’M THE SMARTEST RACCOON I KNOW”

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Okay good i didn’t want to reblog this without the racoon one


the raccoon one tho

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barebackinq:

When you are about to take a test you didnt study forimage

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ero-miki:

Putting down confident girls is not feminism

shaming sex workers is not feminism

"I’m not like other girls" is not feminism

slut shaming is not feminism

shaming BDSM practitioners is not feminism

misandry is not feminism

ignoring trans women’s rights is not feminism

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that-ginger-lass said: ALSO on the topic of shitty teachers, my head of house once called the girls into assembly for a talk about how he found us wearing see through shirts that showed our bras 'distracting' (our uniform was a white shirt, tie and jumper), so could we be more careful what bras we wore. One girl pointed out that school shirts are really see-through so it's literally impossible to find an invisible bra, and he then decided all the girls had to keep our jumpers on, even in summer... (1)

misandry-mermaid:

… Not one person pointed out that it was creepy for a 40-something teacher to be ‘distracted’ by the breasts of girls aged between 11 and 16. (2)
Eughhh

When I say ‘I’ve never seen Dirty Dancing, any Aflred Hitchcock movie, any Star Wars film, the Die Hard series, the Terminator movies, that dancing one Kevin Beacon is famous for, Top Gun, a James Bond movie, etc,’ you should see the look on people’s faces. Black people who have immersed themselves in dominant culture kinda give me a ‘really?’ look, but white people are simply flabbergasted. They’re confused, lost, sometimes offended. But then if I ask them ‘well, have you seen Coming To America, Crooklyn, Lean On Me, Raisin In The Sun, Do The Right Thing, School , Harlem Nights, Women of Brewster Place, The Color Purple, etc,’ those same white people seem taken back that they would have been expected to see those films/play.

It’s like this entitlement to have your cultural phenomena known and appreciated when you clearly refuse to even acknowledge the contributions of others.

Not only do people of color tend to be intimately familiar with the cultural tastes of white people while having our cultural contributions ignored when not being appropriated, we’re expected to…and that’s where I have a problem.

christel-thoughts

This!!!! This…is so important. I am tired of White supremacy being the standard by which what aspects of popular culture are determined to be valuable or not. And truly sick of Black culture being simultaneously hyper-consumed for appropriation, but erased through devaluation.

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tropicalifornication:

*goes out of room*

*grabs food*

*goes back in the room*

*repeats the next day*

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communismkills:

BUT FOR SERIOUS THE SECOND QUESTION.

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sarah-nevermind said: My math teacher in my middle school literally said a girl in my class "looked like a whore" because she was wearing shorts in mid-summer to her face. Thankfully our principal was a cool old guy and fired her ass after the whole class went to tell him.

misandry-mermaid:

versaceprolapses:

When you finally cum, but it wasnt as satisfying as you were expecting it to be

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ladybrun:

Hey remember all those Pakistani children saying they were afraid to go to school because they feared being attacked by US drone strikes? no? you only know about Malala Yousafzai? because she was attacked by the Taliban instead of your taxes? oh, okay. 

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internetexplorers:

I hate how sexualised young girls are in anime it bothers me so much like just because it’s animation doesn’t excuse how pedophilic it is

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gunpowderandspark:

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The Republican Party recently released an ad assuring us that, yes, there actually are Black Republicans.

A message that would have probably been more impactful if the only appearance of a Black person in their video wasn’t a stock photo they had to pay to use…

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