samanticshift:

chasewoods:

The Events in Ferguson will one day make a great movie for white people to feel guilty about and give an academy award to

and the story will revolve around a white journalist who ultimately realizes that wow, we’re all human

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vivyllons:

The bookstore in my town has a racism section in honor of Ferguson and it gives me a lot of hope

vivyllons:

The bookstore in my town has a racism section in honor of Ferguson and it gives me a lot of hope

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gradlifethrugifs:

Apparently I’m a panda

gradlifethrugifs:

Apparently I’m a panda


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I don’t get what the big deal is. We all descended from monkeys.

Music Major trying to argue that “monkey” isn’t and can’t be used as an antiblack slur (via shitrichcollegekidssay)

Noooooooo don’t use incorrect understandings of evolution to support racism. Ugh. People suck

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scificity:

This Pickup Line Never Failshttp://scificity.tumblr.com

scificity:

This Pickup Line Never Fails

http://scificity.tumblr.com


soulbrotherv2:

Sexual Relations Between Elite White Women and Enslaved Men in the Antebellum South: A Socio-Historical Analysis

By Jacqueline M. Allain
Sexual Agency, Power, and Consent
According to one historian, “few scholars… have viewed the relationships of enslaved men and free white women through the lens of sexual abuse in part because of gendered assumptions about sexual power” (Foster, p. 459). This is in keeping with both the standard feminist conceptualization of rape as a tool of patriarchal oppression3 as well as the traditional (un-feminist) notion of women as too weak, emotionally and physically, to commit serious crimes, let alone sexual abuse, and the idea that men cannot be raped (Bourke, 2007, pp. 219, 328). However, it is becoming increasingly clear that women, too, are capable of committing sexual offenses and using sex as a means of domination and control (Bourke, pp. 209-248).

[Continue reading at Student Pulse:  The International Student Journal.]

soulbrotherv2:

Sexual Relations Between Elite White Women and Enslaved Men in the Antebellum South: A Socio-Historical Analysis

By Jacqueline M. Allain

Sexual Agency, Power, and Consent

According to one historian, “few scholars… have viewed the relationships of enslaved men and free white women through the lens of sexual abuse in part because of gendered assumptions about sexual power” (Foster, p. 459). This is in keeping with both the standard feminist conceptualization of rape as a tool of patriarchal oppression3 as well as the traditional (un-feminist) notion of women as too weak, emotionally and physically, to commit serious crimes, let alone sexual abuse, and the idea that men cannot be raped (Bourke, 2007, pp. 219, 328). However, it is becoming increasingly clear that women, too, are capable of committing sexual offenses and using sex as a means of domination and control (Bourke, pp. 209-248).

[Continue reading at Student Pulse:  The International Student Journal.]

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comedycentralstandup:

Your Joke of the Day from Brian Posehn. Watch his stand-up highlights here. 

comedycentralstandup:

Your Joke of the Day from Brian Posehn. Watch his stand-up highlights here

(via comedycentral)


braveasabear:

fripperiesandfobs:

Costume designed by Walter Plunkett for Katharine Hepburn in Adam’s Rib (1949)

From the Kent State University Museum via the Connecticut Historical Society Museum & Library

i saw this dress in person at kent state and cried

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ilovecharts:

Oodelally!


terrakion:

hollywoodgonzalez:

I legitimately can’t tell the difference

this is actually so rude and like super gross? like okay i get it hes not the cutest but like why would you compare him to benedict cumberbatch?

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