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I'm queer and an immature woman child in my soul.

September 3, 2014 at 12:12am
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omg I’m almost done booking our december SW tour, wtf music industry

September 2, 2014 at 3:25pm
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psl:

prettyboyshyflizzy:

dashingthroughitall:

he-got-moneyyy:

officialbeyonceknowles:

Uncurveable

This man need to write a book

😂 smh

lol we’ll call him
The Anti-Curve

I know it’s ‘supposed’ to be funny, but it don’t seem like it. Putting aside the fact that it’s probably fake dialogue, anyway…It ain’t that women are inherently less sexual than men, or that they don’t thirst; but that they don’t press you like this. I’ve had really bad experiences in past relationships and past ‘sexual relations’; but I’ve just never experienced this from a woman. And it’s because I’m a man.I dunno..but I feel some type of way, when humour is found in a lady being forced to repeatedly curve a man’s sexual advances; and him seeking out new avenues to counter-curve. That’s reinforcing the ‘entitlement paradigm’ that Patriarchy cultures into boys from a very young age. I don’t think it’s okay to behave like this

psl:

prettyboyshyflizzy:

dashingthroughitall:

he-got-moneyyy:

officialbeyonceknowles:

Uncurveable

This man need to write a book

😂 smh

lol we’ll call him

The Anti-Curve

I know it’s ‘supposed’ to be funny, but it don’t seem like it. Putting aside the fact that it’s probably fake dialogue, anyway…

It ain’t that women are inherently less sexual than men, or that they don’t thirst; but that they don’t press you like this. I’ve had really bad experiences in past relationships and past ‘sexual relations’; but I’ve just never experienced this from a woman. And it’s because I’m a man.

I dunno..but I feel some type of way, when humour is found in a lady being forced to repeatedly curve a man’s sexual advances; and him seeking out new avenues to counter-curve. That’s reinforcing the ‘entitlement paradigm’ that Patriarchy cultures into boys from a very young age. I don’t think it’s okay to behave like this

3:22pm
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Tell Doctor McCoy he should have wished me luck.

(Source: mister--groot, via thevoyagereternals)

3:21pm
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it’s a blue summer for real. cops killed bout 16 black people in 2 months. broad day. no charges. no cases.

(Source: niggasandcomputers, via psl)

3:21pm
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mrpicard:

Meanwhile, at Dragon Con (x)

mrpicard:

Meanwhile, at Dragon Con (x)

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12:49am
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psl:

thahalfrican:

sp0iledbabe:

…. What

pokemon is forreal #Wakeupamerica


😐

psl:

thahalfrican:

sp0iledbabe:

…. What

pokemon is forreal #Wakeupamerica

😐

(Source: BBC)

12:47am
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fyqueerlatinxs:

Fuck Yeah Queer Latin@s in Books!

  1. Trauma Queen by Lovemme Corazón
  2. Chulito by Charles Rice-Gonzalez
  3. Down to the Bone by Maya Lazara Dole
  4. City of Night by John Rechy
  5. The Rain God by Arturo Islas
  6. The Dirty Girls Social Club by Alisa Valdes-Rodriguez
  7. The Cha Cha Files: A Chapina Poetica by Maya Chinchilla
  8. Their Dogs Came with Them by Helena Maria Viramontes
  9. Make Love to Rage by Morgan Robyn Collado

September 1, 2014 at 11:40pm
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psl:

😂 but I only see truth

psl:

😂 but I only see truth

(Source: cozyqueen)

11:36pm
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psl:

weloveshortvideos:

When you hit the blunt before you go on the air… 

I thought I was mentally prepared for what just took place..but really, nothing in life can prepare you for it

11:18pm
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Laverne Cox stanning for Beyoncé at the VMAs

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11:11pm
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iwriteaboutfeminism:

Saturday morning, over 1,000 people march for justice for Michael Brown. 

August 30th.

10:23pm
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ladybenderfuturama:

planetaerium:

futurama space art, season 6

Futurama is so beautiful

(via gelluh)

10:22pm
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jean-luc-gohard:

So apparently iCloud was hacked and pretty much every female celebrity’s nudes were leaked. I’d like to remind my followers not to post them, because they’re supposed to be private, and just because some asshole leaked them doesn’t mean you should make it worse by spreading them around.

(via angrybrasileira)

9:41pm
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uncleshrek:


footage from anaconda

uncleshrek:

footage from anaconda

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9:39pm
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darkjez:

fromstarstostarfish:

(Maps courtesy of USDA.)

Food Deserts Across America

A food desert is a low-income area that lacks access to fresh fruits and vegetables, and other foods that make up a heathy diet (limited or no access to supermarkets and grocery stores, sometimes coupled with limited to no transportation); instead, these areas are riddled with convenience stores and fast food restaurants.

The Food, Conservation, and Energy Act of 2008 required the USDA to study food deserts for one year.  In the study’s findings, some key points were:

  • About 2.3 million households (~2.2% of the population) live more than a mile from a supermarket and have no access to a vehicle.  Another 3.4 million households live between 1/2-1 mile from a supermarket and have no access to a vehicle.
  • Roughly 23.5 million people live in low-income areas that are more than 1 mile from a supermarket.  However, only 11.5 million (4.1% of the population) of these people are low-income.
  • Urban areas are more likely to suffer from limited food access due to racial segregation and income inequality.  In rural areas, it’s because of a lack of transportation infrastructure.
  • Shopping at small stores and convenience stores more likely to be found in food deserts is significantly more expensive than shopping at a large grocery store or supermarket.
  • While some researchers and their studies point towards lack of availability to nutritious foods as the reason for a lack of intake (and instead relying on the convenience stores and fast food restaurants), other researchers/studies prove otherwise. Either way, more research is needed in this area.

Dr. Eduardo Sanchez, vice President and chief medical officer of Blue Cross Shield Texas (not to mention former Texas commissioner of health and a national leader on childhood obesity) said:

The link between inequitable access to healthy, affordable food and chronic diseases is evident in every region of the country.  Low-income and being African-American, Latino, or American Indian increases the likelihood of poor access to good food and the prevalence of chronic diseases like type 2 diabetes.  From deep in the heart of Texas to the center of Midwest farm country, to President Obama’s hometown of Chicago, healthy food is not easily accessible to millions of Americans and people are sicker as a result.

Access to healthy, affordable food is a major public health problem and should be considered as important as affordable healthcare.  

While Alan Hunt, senior policy associate at the Wallace Center at Winrock International had this to say:

We thank the USDA for undertaking this thorough study.  Much of it verifies what we already knew - that for millions of people in low-income communities, access to fresh and healthy food is limited.  

Now it’s time for action.  What is needed is a set of coordinated, community based activities across the country, including outreach to existing corner stores, incentives for locating new retail stores, public transportation improvements, farmers’ markets development, nutrition education, and other activities to improve food access.

Supporting successful programs that address inequitable food access - from the development of a network of farmers’ markets that serves the nearly 80,000 mostly low-income residents of Camden, New Jersey, to the remarkable work in Black Hawk County, Iowa, where local producers work together to make fresh, healthy and local food available to restaurants, retirement homes, and universities while generating millions of dollars of sales - is the beginning.  Continuing efforts like these requires national support and leadership to ensure healthy food choices are accessible in all communities.

Who was that vegan asshole rambling about how “food deserts aren’t all that common” and that people needed to stop “making up excuses?” Lemme catch that asshole in the streets…

(via sehnsuchttraum)