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Laverne Cox was purposefully kept off the Times 100 list.

Just let that sink in.

Oh and before you come at me, I do not care what you say because she was well over 90 fucking percent

If you don’t think that’s utterly fucking disgusting and transmisogynist then…

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you’re important to me you piece of shit

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I already liked Old Economy Steve. So, it was only natural I’d like the Scumbag Baby Boomer meme as well.

I don’t know whether I should laugh or cry.

the truth, it burns

on my soul, this will always be relevant.

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When the financial aid office giving you the run around 


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seriously though nick cave sounds suits are one of my favorite things I wanna get married in one.





Let’s play another round of Who Has the Biggest Victim Complex?:

  • A. neurotypical people
  • B. white people
  • C. straight people
  • D. cis people

but what about men?

for once “but what about men” was a phenomenal addition to one of my posts and I applaud you

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  • Question: I have a problem with veganism. It just seems so elitist. I grew up poor and could truly not afford to turn my nose up at any food I was lucky enough to get. I know that some meat companies run their businesses cruelly, but can really expect the poor and working class to be so choosy? - Anonymous
  • Answer:


    I generally don’t judge people based on their individual eating habits, but rather criticize the various agriculture-food industries and systems that governments and capitalists set up to feed the people. For it is this latter area of concern in which profitability almost always trumps consideration of either (a) the well-being of humans and the right to nutritious, varied, and wholesome food, or (b) ecological and agricultural sustainability, and uncruel treatment of animals.

    I know that humans — like all animals — will do whatever they need to in order to survive. That includes turning whatever they need to into a food source. That is why some societies eat cats or dogs, while others frown upon this but eat pigs and lambs instead. In dire circumstances, humans have been known to eat the flesh of other humans for sustenance.

    Of course, in many very poor societies around the world, it is meat which is considered a luxury. These people generally live on a vegan diet (thought usually not by choice), comprising basic things like rice, beans, cereals, etc. Economically speaking, it is more efficient (though not as profitable) to use a plot of land to grow grains or cereals than it is to use that same land to maintain livestock.

    Oftentimes, when foreign capital invades a poor country and pushes people off their land, it turns plant-based agriculture and food systems into meat-based food systems destined for export to European markets.

    All of this is merely to point out that the question of a meat-based or plant-based diet is all relative.

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"If someone can be kicked out of school for copying a paper, a person should be kicked out of school for raping another human being."

- Wagatwe Wanjuki, UVM Dismantling Rape Culture Conference 2014  (via thewastedgeneration)

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