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mooncastle721:

I almost spit grape juice!

I have saved this gif in my folder as ‘weight for it’

zedrin-maybe:

mooncastle721:

I almost spit grape juice!

I have saved this gif in my folder as ‘weight for it’

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prettygirlsmakinguglyfaces:

I’m not sure if you accept gifs~
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prettygirlsmakinguglyfaces:

I’m not sure if you accept gifs~

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buttermilkqueen:

what the fuck do fish do for fun

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kickstartaholic:

this will always be my favorite vine ever

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gottagofast666:

no description needed

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intoxifaded:

odinsblog:

BLACK MAN SHUTS DOWN THE POLICE

YouTube is full of videos where young white men, often times armed, stand up to police and force the officers to back down. With African-Americans, however, the rules are often different and knowing your rights will get you Tasered or worse. One African-American man recorded an encounter with police where he avoided getting arrested or shοt while preserving his rights.

When cops knocked on his door looking for a fugitive, Avel Amarel was determined to record the incident and not allow officers to illegally enter his home, according to a video posted on TheFreeThoughtProject.com.

Police told Amarel that they wanted to search his home because of an incident that occurred in the parking lot, but Amarel told the officers that the person they were looking for was not inside his home and he wasn’t allowing police to enter without a warrant.

Officer, I can’t let you inside without a search warrant,” he says.

Early in the encounter, an officer attempts to get Amarel to stop recording cell phone video, using the excuse that he didn’t know what the object was. Amarel informed the officer that the object in question was a cell phone and continued recording.

Throughout the video, Amarel refuses to let up, asking officers for three forms of identification. The officers never present any ID, but ask Amarel for ID, but he refuses. Amarel asks the officers whether he’s suspected of a crime and when the officers explain again about the fugitive, Amarel tells them that only he and his family are at the home.

When one officer asks for permission to search the home, Amarel tells him to come back with a warrant. Eventually the officers leave in frustration.

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(h/t blacklikemoi.com)

The best part is that at (1:25) the cop asks Amarel for his I.D. and then says right after “We don’t know what he looks like” when talking about the fugitive. If they don’t know what the fugitive looks like then how would they know that it’s him by looking at his I.D. picture?

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thepainofthefeels:

5herlockholme5:

ha im a piece of trash

As someone who cares deeply about the environment, I am obligated to pick you up.
Is seven okay?

you smooth fucker

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angeloespinosas:

"frozen is the best disney movie because it’s the only one that doesn’t concentrate on romantic love"

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4 hours sleep again.

fanfictionimg:

"Quick sonic KISS me" siad tails. "Sorry tales im not gay wish i could save you" sonic said as tales Died.

fanfictionimg:

"Quick sonic KISS me" siad tails. "Sorry tales im not gay wish i could save you" sonic said as tales Died.

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danieljlayton:

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bustysaintclair:

meowdypurrtner:

its really important for men to stand up to other men who say terrible and sexist shit

because sexist men dont listen to what women have to say

literally the most important thing men can do if they want to call themselves feminist allies 

Can men not call themselves feminists? Why do we have to add the “allies” bit?

Some people are uncomfortable with men labelling thesmelves as feminists rather than feminist allies because feminism is first and foremost about supporting and liberating women. You wouldn’t call yourself lgbt if you weren’t lgbt, you’d call yourself and lgbt ally. 
You can fight against racism without being an ethnic minority but the fight against racism is about supporting and liberating ethnic minorities, and you wouldn’t call yourself black if you weren’t. 
A lot of women fear men calling themselves feminist over allies because the feminist movement is a movement for women, and some feminist men use feminism as a platform to talk over women, tell them they’re wrong about their own liberation group etc and that’s precisely what feminism is fighting against. A lot of people, myself included, are very happy when men identify as feminists. But there are people who would prefer they used the term ally and they have valid reason to feel that way. 

While I take your point, and slightly see where you’re coming from, I think this is a question of semantics.

Without wanting to trivialise this topic or turn it into an SAT word puzzle, I have to call out one of your arguments. You say “Racism is about supporting and liberating ethnic minorities, and you wouldn’t call yourself black.” By that note, doesn’t the correct version of your point then become “Feminism is about supporting and liberating females, and you wouldn’t call yourself a woman”? And of course I wouldn’t. I respect where you were coming from, but that line of thought is fundamentally flawed. I support Feminism as an ideology, and I would never pretend for a single second that I was a woman.

In Beyonce’s ‘Flawless’, (which is a wicked song, and is even better because it brought this fascinating speaker to my attention) she features a brilliant speech by Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie, where she discusses the point of feminism and concludes by saying “Feminist: A person who believes in the social, political and economic equality of the sexes.” Not a woman. Not a man. A person. Because surely that’s the point of feminism, is it not? The whole ideology? That a woman should be treated fairly, given every right and freedom and not be defined, controlled or have her life dictated or held back because of her gender? And as such, why should someone not be allowed to consider themselves a feminist, because of their gender? It completely defeats the point. (Then Beyonce goes on to do that “I woke up like this” bit, which is fierce as hell, but that’s for another time.)

It is a question of semantics, and one there are a plethora of different opinions on, each with their own validity. But sometimes I feel as though when you sit there and tell a man who is supportive of feminism that he must refer to himself as an “ally”, it creates a divide. It says “We are different. You do not have the right to be like us.” And when the entire purpose you’re fighting for is an end to discrimination and a true equality between the sexes…that seems astoundingly backwards.