1. 10:35 23rd Apr 2014

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    Reblogged from princesse-tchimpavita

    theaubisticagenda:

    As far as a metric for relative privilege goes, whether or not it has been argued that your group should be selectively aborted and/assimilated because it leads to an “easier life” for future generations is a good one. No, this does not onlyapply to Disabled people….

     
  2. 10:35

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    Reblogged from princesse-tchimpavita

    anarcho-fedoraism:

    People like to say that “Just following orders” is the most dangerous words uttered throughout history, but I think “Because it’s the law” is a really close second 

    (Source: lysanderspoonervevo)

     
  3. 10:33

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    Reblogged from princesse-tchimpavita

    protonmorelikebroton:

    If someone says they love you despite one of your identities, leave them.

     
  4. 10:12

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    oh-snap-pro-choice:

    Matt Dillahunty expresses his non-biased views on why fetuses do not have the right to use the body, nonconsensually, of anyone.  They have the same rights as anyone else does.  No more, no less.  It just so happens that they can’t express most of their rights because of their developmental stage.  But what right they can express, or lack there-of, is the lack of a right to nonconsensually use the body, organs, and fluids of another person.  Just like everyone else.

    The  video is mostly detailing spirituality and healthcare and why spirituality and religion cannot intercede or supercede someone’s right to healthcare and how religious “freedom” cannot take precedence over the providing of healthcare services.

    (It IS an atheist program so religious debate does occur.  Just a warning.)

     
  5. 10:05

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    Reblogged from oh-snap-pro-choice

    earthandanimals:

    wolves-whales-and-waves:

    persephoneholly:

    my-unashamedly-antiabortion-blog:

    I am a Survivors of the Abortion Holocaust. 1/3 of my generation is gone and I will not turn my back on this tragedy. I have taken up my cross and joined the front lines of the Abortion Wars.

    I will mourn the lost of 56+ million babies, I will grieve over the death of baby Isaiah, I will fight for the inherent right to life, for women to stop being treated as sex objects and for the post-abortive mothers and fathers who suffer in silence, and lastly pray for the end of abortion.

    "I am a Survivors of the Abortion Holocaust.”
    Are you a Jew, homosexual, disabled person, Roma, Jehovah’s Witness, born into 1940 Germany? No? Then you are not a survivor of the Holocaust.  

    "1/3 of my generation is gone and I will not turn my back on this tragedy."
    Yeah, and one third of ‘your generation’ lives in poverty, is hungry, needs medical care, is being abused, and needs support yet you weep over the ‘injustice’ of abortion.

    "I have taken up my cross and joined the front lines of the Abortion Wars."
    You are not Jesus. You are not a hero. You are a person sitting behind a little screen crying over some fertilized eggs.

    "I will mourn the lost of 56+ million babies,"
    Mourn the loss of the BILLIONS of babies who will die from hunger. Or who will die TONIGHT because of lack of health services. Mourn the loss of the MILLIONS of little girls who will die by suicide, in childbirth, or by the hands of their husbands because they are child-brides. Fetuses do not need you, real, living little kids need you.

    "I will grieve over the death of baby Isaiah, I will fight for the inherent right to life,"
    Sorry to break it to ya, but there isn’t an ‘inherent right to life.’ If there was, war, poverty, lack of healthcare, and the death penalty wouldn’t be around.

    "for women to stop being treated as sex objects"
    The first step of this is to stop seeing us as objects to carry a pregnancy. If we don’t want to be pregnant, we don’t want to be fucking pregnant and there is NOTHING you can say that will stop that.

    "and for the post-abortive mothers and fathers who suffer in silence,"
    Or you can just support them, no need to ‘fight’ anyone. People who regret their abortion need, first and foremost, people like you to shut the fuck up about ‘abortion is evil!’ ‘abortion kills a baby!’ because THAT is what causes the stigma. THAT makes people suffer. Second, they need people who will LISTEN without judgement. They need people who will SUPPORT how they feel, even if they are HAPPY about their abortion.

    "and lastly pray for the end of abortion."

    Good. Keep praying. Because everyone knows praying gets shit done.

    No but seriously. Adding ‘56 million babies’ to the already exponentially growing population on this earth would benefit NO ONE!

    Why do you disregard autonomously living, breathing people who actually need your support, money, and care for, essentially, a rapidly growing and mutating tumor? It has potential for life, sure, but when there are already SO MANY UNWANTED CHILDREN IN THIS WORLD, WHY are you advocating for more to be brought into this?

    Stop being self-righteous. You are no better than anyone else on this planet. You don’t know the plights of anyone but your own.

    You want to support women? Support their right to a CHOICE!

    The 2 bloggers above who have added their commentary are golden.

     
  6. 10:03

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    Reblogged from oh-snap-pro-choice

     
  7. 10:00

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    Reblogged from dragonaging

    The girls are back in town.

    (Source: cadassh)

     
  8. 10:00

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    Reblogged from clatterbane

    words-of-emotion:

Motivational quotes
     
  9. 10:00

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    pirateypeg:

    dear followers: today is only a taste of what my blog will be like on october 7th. you have been warned.

     
  10. 09:52

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    Reblogged from dragonaging

    dragonaging:

    I highly recommend everyone to read this! Lots of good and new information in there.

    (Source: hawkeeffect)

     
  11. 09:49

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    Reblogged from clatterbane

    I need help
    — 

    the three hardest words for people with mental illnesses (via guuey)

    Aka why it’s not so simple to “just ask for help”

    (via stufftheysaytodepressedpeople)

    I’ve been asking for help my whole life

    People said “sure we’ll help you” and then took away my freedom and treated me like a child

    (via lichgem) It wasn’t hard for me to ask for help. It was hard for me to say “STOP HELPING ME,” and harder to get people to listen. (via slashmarks)

    if I ask for help, I want the help I need, not the help some ignorant NT motherfucker thinks people like me need “for our own good” (via isabelknight)

    (Source: liv3d-a-lie)

     
  12. 09:49

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    Reblogged from disciplesofmalcolm

    Malcolm X “taught us that racism is not an aberration of individual white folks.” While the civil-rights approach was based on the assumption that whites could be shamed out of racism, he says, Malcolm considered racism “an integral part of the system.”

    “Those speeches – those harsh, brilliant speeches that he was making in the early ’60s – you have to think of the times. In 1963 alone, Medgar Evers was shot down, that church was bombed in Birmingham that killed those four little girls, the fire hoses, the dogs,” Bailey says.

    “He was verbally expressing the intense anger that a lot of black people felt but were afraid to say it. And I think his anger was righteous anger, because the government was saying, ‘There’s nothing we can do. That’s the states.’ ”

    — 

    Peter Bailey (he worked with Malcolm X) on Malcolm’s legacy.

    Source: http://undercoverblackman.blogspot.com/2007/05/malcolms-disciple.html

    (via disciplesofmalcolm)

     
  13. 09:44

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    glitterlion:

    spaceangelqueen:

    girlsgenerationvevo:

    the3dimaxofmymind:

    best parenting moment ever

    The Fosters. Awesome show.

    Weeps hysterically

    I really need to catch up on this show.

    (Source: walkergirl95)

     
  14. 09:44

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    whitepeopleofficial:

    Me reblogging this is my contribution to earth day

    (Source: damagaladriel)

     
  15. 09:23

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    Reblogged from thisiswhiteprivilege

    Don’t fool yourself. English isn’t inherently superior, or easier to learn, or more sonically pleasing. Its international usage comes from forceful assimilation and legacy of colonialistic injection. It isn’t a deed that one should take pride in.
    — my uncle left this comment on his friend’s Facebook status, a white British man who was bragging about how easy it is to be a native English speaker when trekking to different nations. (via maarnayeri)