thisishangingrockcomics:

things not to say regarding sexuality/orientation/identity 

things that piss me off….on a daily basis. 

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poczineproject:

COMMUNITY: We still need 30 more people to contribute to our zine by/for people living at/below the poverty line.

DEADLINE: November 15, 2012 (printing and distributing in late December)

EMAIL SUBMISSIONS TO: POCZPpublishing@gmail.com

You can submit on behalf of a person who doesn’t have…

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Silently protesting the writing of this paper.

Silently protesting the writing of this paper.

How to make Piñata cookies!

saucefactory:

nada-interessante:

I JUST FOUND OUT MY EYEBALLS HAVE TASTEBUDS, TOO

HOLY SHIT

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unapproachableblackchicks:

This day in Black American Women’s Herstory …

Originally charged with the 1974 murder of a white jailer, Joan Little was ultimately acquitted on Aug. 15, 1975. Her defense claimed that Little, who was in prison at the time, had stabbed the jailer with an ice pick in defense when he assaulted her sexually.
Little became the first woman in the United States, regardless of race, to be acquitted using the defense that she used deadly force to prevent sexual assault.
Focusing attention on a women’s right to defend herself from rape, capital punishment and racial inequalities in the criminal justice system, Little’s trial aroused campaigning amongst the civil rights, feminist and anti-death penalty movements.
“Those of us — women and men — who are black or people of color must understand the connection between racism and sexism that is so strikingly manifested in [Joan Little’s] case,” wrote activist Angela Davis in a 1975 Ms. magazine article.
“Those of us who are white and women must grasp the issue of male supremacy in relationship to the racism and class bias which complicate and exacerbate it,” Davis continued.

unapproachableblackchicks:

This day in Black American Women’s Herstory …

Originally charged with the 1974 murder of a white jailer, Joan Little was ultimately acquitted on Aug. 15, 1975. Her defense claimed that Little, who was in prison at the time, had stabbed the jailer with an ice pick in defense when he assaulted her sexually.

Little became the first woman in the United States, regardless of race, to be acquitted using the defense that she used deadly force to prevent sexual assault.

Focusing attention on a women’s right to defend herself from rape, capital punishment and racial inequalities in the criminal justice system, Little’s trial aroused campaigning amongst the civil rights, feminist and anti-death penalty movements.

“Those of us — women and men — who are black or people of color must understand the connection between racism and sexism that is so strikingly manifested in [Joan Little’s] case,” wrote activist Angela Davis in a 1975 Ms. magazine article.

“Those of us who are white and women must grasp the issue of male supremacy in relationship to the racism and class bias which complicate and exacerbate it,” Davis continued.

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so… what you’re telling me is, this entire time, all these hipsters just wanted to be like Annie Hall?

so… what you’re telling me is, this entire time, all these hipsters just wanted to be like Annie Hall?

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Oh Gordon Willis. Your eye. 

Oh Gordon Willis. Your eye. 

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solar villa | living ~ jka | aich & recordon designers (via remash)

a minimalist’s dream. 

solar villa | living ~ jka | aich & recordon designers (via remash)

a minimalist’s dream. 

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ether-eden:

amnesiamutantur:

littlemissmutant:

another-elle:

Young Rachel Maddow, photographed by Del LaGrace Volcano. Hot damn.

… oh dear

you are fucking kidding me

perfect.

ether-eden:

amnesiamutantur:

littlemissmutant:

another-elle:

Young Rachel Maddow, photographed by Del LaGrace Volcano. Hot damn.

… oh dear

you are fucking kidding me

perfect.

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iveseenthat:

Roger Tallon
“Zombie” chairs for the “Astrolabe Café”
Paris
1967

iveseenthat:

Roger Tallon
“Zombie” chairs for the “Astrolabe Café”
Paris
1967

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