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whitegirlsaintshit:

I’M GOING TO FUCKING FLY OFF A DAMN FUCKING HANDLE AND FIGHT EVERYONE ON THIS GREEN EARTH

Dis real??? Good for them if it is , theyre super cuteBut idk

lollllllllllll idk if this is real but lollllll

pallet-town-julie-brown:

whitegirlsaintshit:

I’M GOING TO FUCKING FLY OFF A DAMN FUCKING HANDLE AND FIGHT EVERYONE ON THIS GREEN EARTH

Dis real??? Good for them if it is , theyre super cute
But idk

lollllllllllll idk if this is real but lollllll

redefiningbodyimage:

Just click.
Our friends Tinne and Colette are trailblazers.
Watch the videos. Contribute if you can, signal boost either way. 
Just a few details to lure you in:

Our half hour documentary film will consist of three narratives: Esraa, an activist against sexual harassment, Abdullah, a tuk-tuk driver, and an Egyptian lawyer. 
Esraa is a 26 year old Egyptian woman, who challenges social norms by performing in storytelling theater pieces about sexual harassment, as well as participating in anti-sexual harassment protests and events. 
Abdullah is a 28 year old tuk tuk driver from a working class neighborhood in Cairo. As 8 out of 10 women experience sexual harassment in public transportation, we will observe daily life in the city through the eyes of Abdullah and get his social circle’s perspective on the issue. 
We are currently confirming our third character, an Egyptian lawyer at a prominent women’s right organization. We will document her work on one of her court cases where she defends a victim of sexual harassment. 
Check out our teaser video for a glimpse of what the documentary will be like!

redefiningbodyimage:

Just click.

Our friends Tinne and Colette are trailblazers.

Watch the videos. Contribute if you can, signal boost either way. 

Just a few details to lure you in:

Our half hour documentary film will consist of three narratives: Esraa, an activist against sexual harassment, Abdullah, a tuk-tuk driver, and an Egyptian lawyer. 

Esraa is a 26 year old Egyptian woman, who challenges social norms by performing in storytelling theater pieces about sexual harassment, as well as participating in anti-sexual harassment protests and events. 

Abdullah is a 28 year old tuk tuk driver from a working class neighborhood in Cairo. As 8 out of 10 women experience sexual harassment in public transportation, we will observe daily life in the city through the eyes of Abdullah and get his social circle’s perspective on the issue. 

We are currently confirming our third character, an Egyptian lawyer at a prominent women’s right organization. We will document her work on one of her court cases where she defends a victim of sexual harassment. 

Check out our teaser video for a glimpse of what the documentary will be like!

iguanabones:

the afterlife isnt all its hyped up to be

Bromeo, oh Bromeo
I love you.. No homeo
Every Bro Ever (via frecklesandstitches)

Tina’s sexy hair flip

thinking-kills-happiness:

30 years later and piper and Alex are still in prison…

thinking-kills-happiness:

30 years later and piper and Alex are still in prison…

staff:

Incredible work, everyone. These numbers are huge.
How huge? With 10,000 sites participating in yesterday’s net neutrality effort, a total of 304,993 calls got made. You made nearly half of them. Bravo. 
Also…which one of you made that 61 minute call? What’d you guys talk about? 
The fight isn’t over, by the way. You can follow themediafix and demand-progress to keep up with everything that happens from now until the FCC votes. 

staff:

Incredible work, everyone. These numbers are huge.

How huge? With 10,000 sites participating in yesterday’s net neutrality effort, a total of 304,993 calls got made. You made nearly half of them. Bravo. 

Also…which one of you made that 61 minute call? What’d you guys talk about? 

The fight isn’t over, by the way. You can follow themediafix and demand-progress to keep up with everything that happens from now until the FCC votes. 

icalledyoudumb:

myideaoffuniskillingeveryone:

Danny Galieote

I would frame and hang these in my house in a heartbeat.

The moment there is suspicion about a person’s motives, everything he does becomes tainted.
Mahatma Gandhi (via psych-facts)
shez-a-bitch:

http://shez-a-bitch.tumblr.com
lifetechniques:

not sure if this has been done already but what the hell, self care is always important<3

lifetechniques:

not sure if this has been done already but what the hell, self care is always important<3

When is the right time to tell aspiring writers about their job prospects? In graduate school? Before they even apply to graduate school? Or sooner than that even—in their first creative writing class? Never? Let them Google it because it’s just too depressing otherwise?