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"It doesn’t matter how the poor got poor, I refuse to treat them any differently than the rich. If I can make it, they can make it; it’s as simple as that! [long libertarian bullshit no one cares about …] This is why I believe we should tax everyone the same amount, if we have to tax them at all."

— First Year Economics Major (via shitrichcollegekidssay)
tittily:

hydrogyne:

tittily:

they wait

what are they waiting for??

they wait

tittily:

hydrogyne:

tittily:

they wait

what are they waiting for??

they wait

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lofticries:

Guy Billout

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Guy Billout

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"A study on masculinity and aggression from the University of South Florida found that innocuous – yet feminine – tasks could produce profound anxiety in men. As part of the study, a group of men were asked to perform a stereotypically feminine act – braiding hair in this case - while a control group braided rope. Following the act, the men were given the option to either solve a puzzle or punch a heavy bag. Not surprisingly, the men who performed the task that threatened their masculinity were far more likely to punch the bag; again, violence serving as a way to reestablish their masculine identity. A follow-up had both groups punch the bag after braiding either hair or rope; the men who braided the hair punched the bag much harder. A third experiment, all the participants braided hair, but were split into two groups: those who got to punch the bag afterwards and those who didn’t. The men who were prevented from punching the bag started to show acute signs of anxiety and distress from not being able to reconfirm their masculinity."

— Doctor Nerdlove, "When Masculinity Fails Men" (via jaimelannister)

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slowartday:

Nobuhiro Nakanishi - Layered Images 

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"Bad feelings are creative responses to histories that are unfinished. They are not the only responses. And we are not finished."

— Sara Ahmed, Feminist Hurt/Feminism Hurts (via shamecore)

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corrivate:

Sad truth 2I made another, it’s surprisingly relaxing to.

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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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"give your daughters difficult names. give your daughters names that command the full use of tongue. my name makes you want to tell me the truth. my name doesn’t allow me to trust anyone that cannot pronounce it right"

— Warsan Shire (via pyrrhics)

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thepeoplesrecord:

Florida city police department embedded with KKK members
July 21, 2014

Ann Hunnewell and her central Florida police officer husband knelt in the living room of a fellow officer’s home, with pillow cases as makeshift hoods over their heads. A few words were spoken and they, along with a half-dozen others, were initiated into the local chapter of the Ku Klux Klan, she says.

Last week, that initiation ceremony, which took place five years ago, stunned residents of the small town of Fruitland Park, who found out an investigative report linked two city officers with the secret hate society that once was violently active in the area. Ann Hunnewell’s ex-husband, George Hunnewell, was fired, and deputy chief David Borst resigned from the 13-member Fruitland Park Police Department. Borst has denied being a member.

James Elkins, a third officer who Ann Hunnewell says recruited her and her husband, resigned in 2010 after his Klan ties became public.

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How shocking.

Sad that these kind if things don’t surprise us anymore.

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