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carriendoesntloveyouthatmuch:

nickcaveandthebadweed:

mexican tv is amazing

carriendoesntloveyouthatmuch:

nickcaveandthebadweed:

mexican tv is amazing

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empyrean-princess:

waepenwifebunny:

mapsontheweb:

European States that Require Sterilization of Transgender People
Amendment: Denmark no longer requires sterilization

It should be noted that just because sterilisation isn’t a requirement in law doesn’t mean that it isn’t in practice a requirement, often targeting just women.
In the UK, sterilisation isn’t a legal requirement but it is something that the GRP asks for evidence of and does take into consideration, especially for women.

Yo what the fuck is this 1984 esque terror shit right here?

empyrean-princess:

waepenwifebunny:

mapsontheweb:

European States that Require Sterilization of Transgender People

Amendment: Denmark no longer requires sterilization

It should be noted that just because sterilisation isn’t a requirement in law doesn’t mean that it isn’t in practice a requirement, often targeting just women.

In the UK, sterilisation isn’t a legal requirement but it is something that the GRP asks for evidence of and does take into consideration, especially for women.

Yo what the fuck is this 1984 esque terror shit right here?

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Why do people in the Tumblr social justice community like Gordon Ramsay so much?

santorumsoakedpikachu:

Gordon Ramsay is horrible.

He went on a sexist, homophobic rant about a journalist and showed a photoshopped picture of her as a cross between a naked woman and a pig.

He paid his son to install a hidden camera in his daughter’s room to keep her from having…


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theamazingindi:

soyonscruels:

did anyone else see the edward snowden interview in the guardian about two days ago where he said that most of the NSA agents doing checks through people’s data are men aged 18-22 and that when they access photographs of attractive women naked they all…


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artdetails:

Tughra (Official Signature) of Sultan Suleiman. Istanbul, Turkey. c. 1555-1560. Ink, opaque watercolor, and gold on paper.


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descentintotyranny:

#GazaUnderAttack


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wadethoughts:

wadethoughts:

sometimes i just think of how awful it would be to be locked in a giant wax museum for a whole night, except every wax figure is Nicolas Cage, and then one of them is the real Nicolas Cage but you don’t know which one. 

thoughts like this keep me up at night. 

I have no memory of ever posting this


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The age of entitlement: how wealth breeds narcissism

…Drivers of high-status vehicles were three times as likely to fail to yield at pedestrian crossings. In contrast, all the drivers of the least expensive type of car gave way to pedestrians.

Fascinated by these results, Piff and his colleagues then looked at what created these impulses to bad behaviour. In their laboratory, the richest students were more likely to consider “stealing or benefiting from things to which they were not entitled” than those from a middle-class or lower-class background…

The reason, it turns out, is that even thoughts of being wealthy can create a feeling of increased entitlement — you start to feel superior to everyone else and thus more deserving: something at the centre of narcissism. They found this was true of people who were, in real life, better off. Wealthier people were more likely to agree with statements like “I honestly feel I’m just more deserving than other people” and place themselves higher on a self-assessed “class ladder” that indicated increasing levels of income, education and job prestige. This had straightforward and clearly measurable effects on behaviour.

Well-off people were less likely to help a person who entered the laboratory in distress, unless they had just watched a video about child poverty. In a series of controlled experiments, lower-income people and those who identified themselves as being on a relatively low social rung were consistently more generous with limited goods than upper-class participants were.

Outside the lab, Piff found that the rich donated a smaller percentage of their wealth than poorer people. In 2011, the wealthiest Americans, those with earnings in the top 20%, contributed 1.3% of their income to charity, while those in the bottom 20% donated 3.2% of their income. The trend to meanness was worst in plush suburbs where everyone had a high income, and never laid eyes on a poor person. Insulation from people in need, Piff concluded, dampened charitable impulses.

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dovaking27:


Michael Jackson tells Bubbles the chimp in sign language to sit the fuck down and stop stealing sips of his tea. 

That’s the most gangsta thing I’ve ever seen.

dovaking27:

Michael Jackson tells Bubbles the chimp in sign language to sit the fuck down and stop stealing sips of his tea. 

That’s the most gangsta thing I’ve ever seen.


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On Wednesday, July 23, 2014, 600 mock coffins were displayed in the Palestinian city of Ramallah to commemorate those killed in Gaza since Israel’s offensive began on July 7. In a demonstration organized by the Ramallah Municipality, hundreds of Palestinians carried the coffins, wrapped in Palestinian flags and labeled with the names and ages of those killed, through the city and then placed them in front of the United Nations headquarters.

 Photos: Thomas Dallal

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