6th June 2013

Photoset reblogged from Space Pompadour with 819 notes

W A R  O F  C O N Q U E S T ➻ fake book of the houses 

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29th April 2013

Photoset reblogged from Mind the Gap with 10,864 notes

29th April 2013

Photoset reblogged from If you think I'm cute, you should see my maker. with 19,354 notes

19th March 2013

Quote reblogged from emma.m.woolley with 59 notes

Here we have incontrovertible evidence of happy young people not only hurting and humiliating others, but taking pleasure in it, posing with their victims. The Abu Ghraib torture pictures were trophies. The Steubenville rape photos are trophies. They’re mementoes of what must have felt, at the time, like everyone was having the sort of fun they’d want to remember, the sort of fun they’d want to prove to themselves and others later. The Steubenville rapists had fun, and they broadcast that fun to the world. They were confident that nothing could touch them, so baffled by the idea of punishment that they wept like children in court.

Pictures don’t just record reality. They change it. They change us as we take them and consume them. It matters not just that we have photographic evidence of a girl being raped, but that someone took pictures of the assault happening to send to their friends as memories of a jolly night gone a bit hairy. The Ohio teenager who is now receiving death threats for reporting her rape is far from the only young woman to have her assault recorded for posterity. In the past five years, rapes and sexual assaults involving one or more attacker or involved bystander stepping back to pull out a smartphone have proliferated. What makes these men so sure of their inviolable right to stick their fingers and cocks into any part of any female they can hold down that they actually make and distribute images of each other doing so? Rape culture. That’s what rape culture is. The cultural acceptance of rape.

19th March 2013

Link reblogged from Public Shaming with 1,494 notes

Public Shaming: The news out of Steubenville today is a *small step* in the right... →

publicshaming:

The news out of Steubenville today is a *small step* in the right direction for a town that seems to be plagued with cover-ups in an attempt to save their beloved football team. Two young men were sentenced to juvenile detention in the Steubenville rape case today. I suggest you look up what they…

Jesus would weep-

3rd March 2013

Quote reblogged from Adventures in Learning with 53 notes

Why say nice things about Detroit? Detroit matters to the health of the whole state of Michigan.

In fact, Detroit matters to the entire nation. If we can’t solve problems with flagship businesses like the auto industry, or the problem of educating kids in deep poverty, we’re in trouble. If the gap between haves and have-nots continues to increase, we’re in danger. If we haven’t gotten past old “us vs. them” human divisions, we haven’t moved into the 21st century. And if more states decide that abolishing democracy is the best solution to our economic woes, we all lose. Big-time.

3rd March 2013

Photo reblogged from Fishnets & Combat Boots with 26,362 notes

Thrift fucking Shop

Thrift fucking Shop

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3rd March 2013

Photo reblogged from Walking Dead Pictures with 222 notes

walkingdeadpictures:

Daryl Dixon Quotes - The Walking Dead

Daryl makes my ovaries explode, that is all.

walkingdeadpictures:

Daryl Dixon Quotes - The Walking Dead

Daryl makes my ovaries explode, that is all.

19th February 2013

Photoset reblogged from Cupboard of Sin with 76 notes

carryonwayward1:

Lampkin: I loved a woman. Beautiful, beautiful woman. But so serious. This frowning face, trapped in the middle of a daisy. She had a way of walking, processional. As if she were o­n her way to her own execution. We had ten years. Then it fell apart under its own weight.

I thought if I could get over her, I could get over anything. I could endure. Conquer. Be a man, stand up to any and all kind of punishment. I clung to an empty, spinning bed for months. And that… that is when I finally realized how much I loved her. If I needed all that strength, …what, was the point? I needed to be with her.

Oh Show I miss you!

19th November 2012

Video reblogged from thisisaheartbeat with 1 note

thisisaheartbeat:

A heartbeat is an electrochemical event.  The heart is a pump; nothing more, and nothing less.  Here is a video of a real time MRI of a beating heart, made by By Shuo Zhang, Martin Uecker, Dirk Voit, Klaus-Dietmar Merboldt, and Jens Frahm.