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Cam Girl. NOT SAFE FOR WORK. Shameless Exhibitionist.
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Jaded and bored with people trying to shame me or save me, so maybe try listening to me instead!
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I’ve never seen my body type represented anywhere. Not in tv shows, not in movies, not in magazines or on runways. I always felt like I got a raw deal, that I was the wrong type of fat girl. There’s nothing conventionally beautiful about having small breasts, a flat ass, and a huge gut.
But you know what, bunnies? Conventional wisdom has never done me any favors—it’s only ever held me back. This body is beautiful. This body deserves to be seen, to be represented. Bodies do not fall into “acceptable” and “undesirable” categories, and this lumpy tummy of mine is flawless.
Shout out to all the girls with back fat and bellies that spill out over their waistbands. You are not any less valid. You are not any less worthy. You are GORGEOUS!
Please remember that being vegan is a privilege, and that judging anyone for not adopting such a lifestyle makes you a gaping asshole.
I like this vegan
this dude is badass
See THIS is how you can be a vegan without being a pretentious asshole about it.
so i hadn’t heard about this and i looked it up.
peta is offering to pay the overdue water bills of up to ten detroit households if those households go vegan for thirty days. detroit, one of the poorest cities in the country. they are extorting people into veganism. people who cannot afford to eat vegan all the time.
peta is garbage.
I had no idea about this. They better not even bring they ass to my city. On god.
CAN WE PAY THESE OVERDUE WATER BILLS!?
WE DO OTHER SHIT THAT COSTS MONEY. LET’S DO THIS.
年賀状候補 #konatsu #usagi #rabbit #bunny #年賀状 #sheep #ひつじ
It’s a sheep u can tell by it’s ears
Ava hedonisticalien & a friend
I m her wife actually
Awkward how they call you the friend when you posted this and yours is the only face we can see hahaha
Kayla in a striped shirt.
Lo-res 120 film scan.
First tree together ❤️🎄
This grandfather looks like Harrison Ford
why is he stealing harrison ford
Black trans lives are often left out of the conversation on police violence. In 2008, Duanna Johnson was likely murdered by police officers in Memphis after they beat her during her imprisonment a few months prior. A video of the attack was published online and led to some minor punishments for the officers (such as being assigned to desk work). While some have called for federal investigation, no one has been charged for her murder. Not to mention Johnson was likely being held on false charges in the first place.
It’s important to note that this graphic reads “Black Trans Lives Matter”. The purpose of this, like the hashtag #blacklivesmatter, is to highlight the way that black trans people in particular are subject to a disproportionate amount of violence. This is an issue of black trans lives, not all trans lives, or all lives.
I reckon if more people understood this there would be a lot less victim blaming when it comes to rape.
"It appears you have a reputation for enjoying gardening, are you sure you didn’t really want him to hit you with that spade?"
This is possibly one of the greatest tweets ever.
What’s wrong with this picture?
Idk, maybe they’re reading about the history around them.
Have you ever been to the Louvre? There are a shit-ton of apps you can download to help you learn the history and meaning behind the paintings. Like, when you walk in, after you go through the security scan, there are ACTUALLY shit-ton of advertisements and suggestions on how to download learning apps, buy their digital walk-through. or take a guided tour. They’re quite happy to stuff tech down your throat (and your wallet) to enhance your experience. (it also makes it easier on the staff, to take smaller groups. Some people just like wandering on their own)
When I went through there, there was a class, and the teacher told them to write down notes. Many kids hadn’t brought notepads, and when the teacher said ‘write this down’ they all shuffled their phones out, and tapped away on a ‘notebook’ app.
Sure, these kids in the pic might be taking a break after walking through a three-hour tour of learning and history and magnificent art, by texting their friends or vegging out on facebook…(and I know where that painting is, in that museum. It’s pretty damn far from the front entrance. Took me an hour to get there, and I wasn’t even with a guided tour)
or maybe they’re learning more than your technophobic ass ever will from just silently staring at a painting without referencing the wealth of knowledge stored within the internet.
More than half of my college classes encouraged us to have laptops out - either to write notes, or to reference sources that the teacher was lecturing on. Often, people with tablets would have their E-books open, writing on the digital pages, or if they didn’t have a touch-screen, highlighting and notating bits of text. One of my professors specifically asked us to bring our tech to class, so we could show him sources for when we wanted to discuss a certain topic that was relevant to the day’s lesson.
Conclusion? Fuck off about how ‘technology is ruining our youth/destroying learning. The internet has encouraged my thirst for knowledge more than 99% of my teachers have. It has enhanced classrooms since we learned how to source online journals, and made any school library a thousand times bigger than they could afford, had they only stuck to paper and binding.
I’ve reblogged three different versions of this post and every one of them basically says “fuck you” to technology ruining us and I’m so proud
Art becomes so much more interesting when you know the context it was created in.
my mom and i both have art degrees so whenever i go to a museum i text with her basically constantly and we always both learn from it and it’s kind of like getting to visit museums with her even though we only see each other like a week or two out of the year
fuck the haters basically
lol the last time i went to an art museum i cracked jokes about sexy jesus and obsessively read twitter cuz pk subban was finally signing a long-term contract, but i also checked out some cool ass art. the idea that you have to venerate art EVERY SECOND YOU’RE IN A MUSEUM is ridiculous and also seriously not why they have couches.
One thing I noticed about both straight-up technophobes and older people who cling to technophobia because they feel out of the loop (and I’m not putting this on all older people, I have never in my life met someone so curious about computers and the internet as my 87 y/o grandfather) - anyway, one thing I noticed is, they’re not aware of the possibilities? Like, they genuinely have no understanding of what this virtual world we’re apparently stuck in that’s not the ~real world~ actually looks like and the fantastic learning opportunities it gives you.
My dad went to Paris on a business trip when I was little and he visited the Louvre and it impressed him, to the point where he’s still talking about it sort of reverently. And I really get/appreciate that. I’d be essentially no better than a technophobe if I put down people’s experiences because they refuse to learn how a smartphone works. But the thing is, for a long time when it’d come up and I’d say, yeah dad, I know it’s amazing, I took some virtual tours of it online, he’d respond with ‘you haven’t really been there unless you’ve been there.’ But dad, I’d say, I don’t have the money to go there! I’d love to, but there’s this rock-solid real world barrier in my life that prevents me from experiencing the fucking Louvre, so what I do is, I google ‘Louvre virtual tour’ and bam, I’m there, you know?
My dad is not a technophobe in the sense that he lacks the ‘you kids with your faces stuck to your screens have no experience or love for what really matters in life’ component. He did seriously use to think that these worlds are separate and one is a source of wasted time/experience and it’s just better to live in the real world with its real museums and real printed books and things, and from that pov he did have this sort of superior attitude which annoyed me
one day it hit me that no one had ever taken this man, who is well in his 50s, by the hand and showed him what the internet/current technology is capable of. Some of the most amazing moments in my recent life involved seeing my dad’s face as he was clicking through the Google Night Walk Marseille tour, or when I brought home my Kindle and showed him that this little touchscreen thingy lets me fit 1,000+ books in my handbag. Or, man, the day I showed him how a QR code works because he kept seeing them around the city and he didn’t know what they were.
I explained to my dad what crowdfunding is, how Nefflix works, how you can learn coding on Code Cademy and how top universities all over the world are making their courses available for free, how real world social movements are sparked and sustained online. And you know what, HE THINKS IT’S FUCKING FANTASTIC. He’s no longer making fun of teenagers texting in netspeak since he figured out they basically invented a coded language that a grown-ass man with a Master’s degree can’t read, and that turned from ‘kids these days, butchering proper language’ into ‘that’s something I can really respect.’ One evening he called me and said he figured out why so many people on his subway commute are just staring mindlessly into their tablets. It’s because they’re reading books! Literally his entire real world perception on a thing did a complete positive 180 and all it took was learning what an e-reader is.
The man who used to think there’s something inherently superior and authentic about ~being there basically lives in a state of constant fascination with this weird supposedly undesirable virtual world and emails me Word documents where he carefully lists hyperlinks to online libraries I’ve know about for years and if you don’t think that’s amazing and heartwarming idk what to tell you.
SO. The thing is. There are two categories of people who’d say shit like ‘What’s wrong with this picture?’. There’s the actual technophobes, and there are people, usually older, who find refuge in this kind attitude because they feel intimidated. And fucking hell, who wouldn’t? These are the people who were young in a time when record/tape players were the coolest accessible technology around. I see a lot of people talk about how millenials are so amazing because of their fantastic adaptability to technology, and that’s true. But we kind of forget that our parents live in the exact same fast-moving world, the only difference is by and large they’re less adapted to this pace AND they have to watch their kids zoom past them, leaving them feeling like ‘uh, maybe there’s no use trying to catch up, we’ll never do it anyway.’ You know those 14 y/o kids in the Google Science Fair making plastic out of bananas and shit while you’re sitting here all what the fuck this is sorcery what am I doing with my life? That’s probably kind of how your mom feels about you and your iPad. And no one wants to feel like that, it’s a shitty feeling and we have to try and understand it.
TLDR Teach your parents/grandparents what you know. You might be surprised at how much of their ‘what’s wrong with this picture’ approach to technology is down to them being intimidated by it.
when someone tells me to do something I am already going to do the chances of me then doing that thing drop to -84375
OK but my suspicious dog art is extremely important #chihuahua #suspiciousdog #biroart #dogs #art #woofwoofmotherfuckaaaaaa
Terrorism has no religion.
Today marks a dark day in human history, after over 100 school kids were killed in a terrorist attack by the Taliban. This cowardly and barbaric act has no place in any religion let alone the religion of Islam. We send our condolences to all victims of terrorism and their families. #PrayForPeshawar