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brownglucose:

nextyearsgirl:

The absence of women in history is man made.

How petty


I read this post out loud to my mom, and her response was, “We never  heard about that.”  Yeah.  We didn’t.  And this is why.

brownglucose:

nextyearsgirl:

The absence of women in history is man made.

How petty

I read this post out loud to my mom, and her response was, “We never heard about that.” Yeah. We didn’t. And this is why.

posted 3 hours ago with 42,060 notes
equaldex:

Introducing Interactive United States LGBT Rights Maps on Equaldex
By popular demand, Equaldex has introduced United States maps showing the legal status of each LGBT issue, in addition to its global maps.
You can now view the status of gay marriage, same-sex adoption, discrimination protection, the ability to change your legal gender, and conversion therapy.
The feature also allows you to view the most recent law changes for each issue within the United States.
Note that the data entered by users is still being verified and edited by users. If you see something inaccurate or missing, please sign up to Equaldex and contribute!
Since Equaldex’s launch in February, this has been one of Equaldex’s most highly requested feature. Last month, Equaldex launched a new interactive visualization of the global opinion of homosexuality.
Equaldex will soon be expanding to other countries. Which countries would you like to see added?
Try it out: Equaldex’s LGBT Rights Maps

equaldex:

Introducing Interactive United States LGBT Rights Maps on Equaldex

By popular demand, Equaldex has introduced United States maps showing the legal status of each LGBT issue, in addition to its global maps.

You can now view the status of gay marriage, same-sex adoption, discrimination protection, the ability to change your legal gender, and conversion therapy.

The feature also allows you to view the most recent law changes for each issue within the United States.

Note that the data entered by users is still being verified and edited by users. If you see something inaccurate or missing, please sign up to Equaldex and contribute!

Since Equaldex’s launch in February, this has been one of Equaldex’s most highly requested feature. Last month, Equaldex launched a new interactive visualization of the global opinion of homosexuality.

Equaldex will soon be expanding to other countries. Which countries would you like to see added?

Try it out: Equaldex’s LGBT Rights Maps

posted 14 hours ago with 103 notes

PAVONI Couture Fall/Winter 2013

posted 15 hours ago with 33,771 notes
wherewecanfly:

Tea-Time on We Heart It.

wherewecanfly:

Tea-Time on We Heart It.

posted 16 hours ago with 79 notes
allthehiddlefeels:

mindofgemini:

thisnoiseismusic:

Hi, there. I’m wearing a shirt that reads “Kill Me”. If you saw me at a party or on the street would you promptly murder me? What about if I had a few drinks? What if I was walking alone at night?I’m guessing that you wouldn’t if you’re a sane individual. The cops wouldn’t overlook your crime because of what I’m wearing because that’s silly. I wasn’t literally asking for you to kill me based on my choice of clothing. Who would take that defense seriously?
My friends wouldn’t blame me for being murdered and my killer would be behind bars almost instantly. So, why is it okay to rape someone because they’re wearing revealing clothes? Why does THEIR choice of clothing excuse THEIR attacker? It doesn’t. You’re silly if you think otherwise. The less guilt on the attacker. The more guilt on victim. Stop. Victim. Blaming.

Reblogging this again because it’s perfect.

This is just so perfect.

allthehiddlefeels:

mindofgemini:

thisnoiseismusic:

Hi, there.
I’m wearing a shirt that reads “Kill Me”.
If you saw me at a party or on the street would you promptly murder me?
What about if I had a few drinks? What if I was walking alone at night?
I’m guessing that you wouldn’t if you’re a sane individual.

The cops wouldn’t overlook your crime because of what I’m wearing because that’s silly. I wasn’t literally asking for you to kill me based on my choice of clothing. Who would take that defense seriously?

My friends wouldn’t blame me for being murdered and my killer would be behind bars almost instantly.

So, why is it okay to rape someone because they’re wearing revealing clothes? Why does THEIR choice of clothing excuse THEIR attacker?

It doesn’t. You’re silly if you think otherwise.
The less guilt on the attacker. The more guilt on victim.

Stop. Victim. Blaming.

Reblogging this again because it’s perfect.

This is just so perfect.

posted 19 hours ago with 306,354 notes

(Full Video: X) (blog of videomaker: X)

posted 1 day ago with 52,686 notes
worlds fastest repeating bg tutorial

alexinglasses:

So make a new file in photoshop like this…

image

now create whatever it is that you want, make sure it’s centred in the square then duplicate the layer

image

now go to filter>other>offset 

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set the offset to half of the width and height of the box and select the “Wrap around” thingy

save as a png and then apply as your background

image

bam

hope that was helpful!

mylittledoxy:

Laying down the groundwork for future tutorials on the subject.Support me on patreon for weekly psds and videos! http://www.patreon.com/doxydoo
Full size here http://mldoxy.deviantart.com/art/Shiny-Things-446808360

mylittledoxy:

Laying down the groundwork for future tutorials on the subject.

Support me on patreon for weekly psds and videos! http://www.patreon.com/doxydoo

Full size here http://mldoxy.deviantart.com/art/Shiny-Things-446808360

posted 1 day ago with 5,829 notes
nomandi:

relationship goals.

nomandi:

relationship goals.

posted 1 day ago with 14,618 notes