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latinorebels:

No explanation needed.
iammyfather:

America’s education system at it’s finest.

sassygayharpist:

me: *arrives at party*

me: so who wants to talk about institutionalized racism

(via seriouslyamerica)

workingamerica:

A reminder from US Uncut: paying fair wages isn’t just good for workers, it’s good for business!
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seanmonster:

t-campbell:

"We have a good, solid Bible quote for our youth ministry, but we need a secular quote too. Some charismatic, influential person whom nobody would expect us to use, so we feel hip and relevant. I know! HOW ABOUT HITLER?"

Why would anyone think that was a good idea!?

"There are times when it will go so wrong that you will barely be alive, and times when you realise that being barely alive, on your own terms, is better than living a bloated half-life on someone else’s terms."

- Jeanette Winterson, Why Be Happy When You Could Be Normal? (via creatingaquietmind)

(Source: larmoyante, via creatingaquietmind)

rexuality:

I need to have as much wild sex as possible so one day I can become an inappropriate old lady that blurts out things like “when I was your age I got a concussion after being bent over a desk” and then my family can be like “grandma please, you’re making easter dinner really uncomfortable” and it’ll be great

(via wordsfromavamp)

tinypancake:

If a female character kicks ass, she’s overpowered. If a female character can’t defend herself, she’s unnecessary. If a female character acts nice, she’s boring. If a female character acts mean, she’s a bitch. If a female character shows no emotion, she’s heartless. If a female character shows emotion, she’s weak. What can a female character do without being criticized mercilessly?

(via becausebooks)

floozys:

there’s a lot of unspoken pressure to keep liking the things you used to like and to keep dressing the way you’ve always dressed and to never question what you believe in and basically “be yourself” has slowly morphed into “be what everyone knows you as” but trust me when i say if you just give it up and simply make decisions and take actions based purely on what would make you happy, you’ll gain a very comforting sense of self peace   

(Source: floozys, via becausebooks)

nbcnightlynews:

President Obama signs executive order providing protection for LGBT employees from workplace discrimination

itsalwayssunnyinatlanticcity:

I keep hearing people on the teevee rant about “forced diversity” and “PC fascism” and it makes me wonder how these alternate-universe broadcasts are reaching me here in this world where John Constantine has to be straight and pharaohs are being played by squinty Australian white guys.

(via always-tete)

Yes, indigenous children are detained at the US border (but are they interviewed in their own language?)

guatepolitics:

guatepolitics:

“It is surprisingly easy for gringos to look past the reality of undocumented migrants as human beings, and most gringos imagine immigrants as caramel-colored, Spanish-speaking Mexicans, not indigenous, Q’eqchi’-speaking Guatemalans.”

"Don’t Just…

(Source: jrp.icaap.org)

"For the first time, more than half of the members of Congress are millionaires. Nearly 200 are multimillionaires. One hundred are worth more than $5 million; the top-10 deal in nine digits. The annual congressional salary alone—$174,000 a year—qualifies every member as the top 6 percent of earners. None of them are close to experiencing the poverty-reduction programs—affordable housing, food assistance, Medicaid—that they help control. Though some came from poverty, a recent analysis by Nicholas Carnes, in his book White Collar Government: The Hidden Role of Class in Economic Policymaking, found that only 13 out of 783 members of Congress from 1999 to 2008 came from a “blue-collar” upbringing. None of them have experienced that poverty in decades; those who did did so under vastly different public-policy circumstances."

- Stephen Lurie, "Why It Matters That Politicians Have No Experience Of Poverty" (via holygoddamnshitballs)

(via seriouslyamerica)