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what-is-this-i-dont-even:

rolandchangsuperpositiveasian:

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"Back in the day"
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what-is-this-i-dont-even:

rolandchangsuperpositiveasian:

Scrapyard

  • "Back in the day"
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"What I remember most about emotional abuse is that it’s like being put in a box. How you end up in there is the biggest trick – I never managed to work that one out. Maybe you think it’s a treasure box at first: you’re in there because you’re special. Soon the box starts to shrink. Every time you touch the edges there is an “argument”. So you try to make yourself fit. You curl up, become smaller, quieter, remove the excessive, offensive parts of your personality – you begin to notice lots of these. You eliminate people and interests, change your behaviour. But still the box gets smaller. You think it’s your fault. The terrible, unforgivable too-muchness of you is to blame. You don’t realise that the box is shrinking, or who is making it smaller. You don’t yet understand that you will never, ever be tiny enough to fit, or silent enough to avoid a row"

It’s time to make emotional abuse a crime - Lauren Laverne (via koyyuh)

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thecomicsvault:

TODAY IN COMIC BOOK HISTORY
Mutants, humans born with unique abilities, was not a new concept. But introducing these people as superheroes in a comic book was. In the pages of X-Men #1 in the fall of 1963, Stan Lee and Jack Kirby expanded their Marvel Universe again with a group of young mutants who are students at Charles Xavier’s School for Gifted Youngsters by day. And battle evil mutants and humans with prejudices against mutants as superheroes by night. 
The X-Men became a clever allegory to civil rights, which was a big part of the era they were introduced in. With Charles Xavier, the peaceful leader of the X-Men who wanted to unite humans and mutants as an MLK Jr. figure. Magneto, the leader of the Evil Brotherhood of Mutants who wished to rule over humanity and not be equal to humans as a Malcolm X figure.
The X-Men was one of the few superhero teams who radically changed their line-up (it didn’t have a rotating membership like The Avengers) that led to great success. The new X-Men team in the 70s, whose make-up was very diverse, led to an X-Men renaissance. It’s huge popularity for the next 3 decades led to the creation of other series like Uncanny X-Men, X Factor, New Mutants, X Force and others. These grew the X-Men universe immensely and it rivals the 616 itself. This made The X-Men one of the most well known and lucrative comic book brands ever. Culminating to unheard of comic sales in the early 90s.
Thanks to Stan, Jack, Chris Claremont, Dave Cockrum, John Byrne, Jim Lee and a whole host of other talented artists & writers the X-Men became a Juggernaut (excuse the pun) in the comics industry. The X-Men animated series increased the X-Men brand’s popularity worldwide even more and led to 7 feature films based off the property, which is still as popular as ever.
The reason why the X-Men are important is they remain one of the best avatars for those of us persecuted and victimized for who we are rather than what we do. Weather the X-Men are stand-ins for people of color, gays or those with different religious beliefs, they teach us that when we stand together using our uniqueness for good, we are stronger than being divided by fear and hate.
This will always be the case until we as a society evolve enough to finally achieve world peace. 
[Above, Fantastic Four #28 (July 1964)Art by Jack Kirby & Chic StoneWords by Stan Lee]

thecomicsvault:

TODAY IN COMIC BOOK HISTORY

Mutants, humans born with unique abilities, was not a new concept. But introducing these people as superheroes in a comic book was. In the pages of X-Men #1 in the fall of 1963, Stan Lee and Jack Kirby expanded their Marvel Universe again with a group of young mutants who are students at Charles Xavier’s School for Gifted Youngsters by day. And battle evil mutants and humans with prejudices against mutants as superheroes by night. 

The X-Men became a clever allegory to civil rights, which was a big part of the era they were introduced in. With Charles Xavier, the peaceful leader of the X-Men who wanted to unite humans and mutants as an MLK Jr. figure. Magneto, the leader of the Evil Brotherhood of Mutants who wished to rule over humanity and not be equal to humans as a Malcolm X figure.

The X-Men was one of the few superhero teams who radically changed their line-up (it didn’t have a rotating membership like The Avengers) that led to great success. The new X-Men team in the 70s, whose make-up was very diverse, led to an X-Men renaissance. It’s huge popularity for the next 3 decades led to the creation of other series like Uncanny X-Men, X Factor, New Mutants, X Force and others. These grew the X-Men universe immensely and it rivals the 616 itself. This made The X-Men one of the most well known and lucrative comic book brands ever. Culminating to unheard of comic sales in the early 90s.

Thanks to Stan, Jack, Chris Claremont, Dave Cockrum, John Byrne, Jim Lee and a whole host of other talented artists & writers the X-Men became a Juggernaut (excuse the pun) in the comics industry. The X-Men animated series increased the X-Men brand’s popularity worldwide even more and led to 7 feature films based off the property, which is still as popular as ever.

The reason why the X-Men are important is they remain one of the best avatars for those of us persecuted and victimized for who we are rather than what we do. Weather the X-Men are stand-ins for people of color, gays or those with different religious beliefs, they teach us that when we stand together using our uniqueness for good, we are stronger than being divided by fear and hate.

This will always be the case until we as a society evolve enough to finally achieve world peace. 

[Above, Fantastic Four #28 (July 1964)
Art by Jack Kirby & Chic Stone
Words by Stan Lee]

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seafoamtides:

kateoplis:

Mexico City: Sex workers gather to commemorate their colleagues who were violently murdered, two days before the Day of the Dead festival.

this is why you don’t fuck around with day of the dead, because it has a deeper meaning than “pretty sugar skulls”. those are offerings to the dead, a symbol of each and every person we choose to honor in the afterlife; not some quirky costume to put on and appropriate. those skulls mean something, the pan de muertos and altars mean something. so go fuck yourself if you think that they’re just for decoration while you shit on my ancestors for you stupid pasty ass bland halloween party.

seafoamtides:

kateoplis:

Mexico CitySex workers gather to commemorate their colleagues who were violently murdered, two days before the Day of the Dead festival.

this is why you don’t fuck around with day of the dead, because it has a deeper meaning than “pretty sugar skulls”. those are offerings to the dead, a symbol of each and every person we choose to honor in the afterlife; not some quirky costume to put on and appropriate. those skulls mean something, the pan de muertos and altars mean something. so go fuck yourself if you think that they’re just for decoration while you shit on my ancestors for you stupid pasty ass bland halloween party.

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ohvuck:

Emotional Variety

Go follow my sister’s blog she is drawing too!

rubyetc:

ohvuck:

Emotional Variety

Go follow my sister’s blog she is drawing too!

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seltzerlizard:

I love Tacos!!  Too Much!!

seltzerlizard:

I love Tacos!!  Too Much!!

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facts-i-just-made-up:

Scenes from L.A.’s growing magician problem.
12-19-12, Los Angeles. New graffiti was found at L.A.’s George Carlin High School today marking a new height in the occult graffiti epidemic that plagues the city.  Said L.A. Police Commissioner Crowley, “They say the chalk washes away but that’s not the problem here.  The issue is that these sigils are made by amateur occultists who don’t always know what they’re doing.  They mean to mark their ethereal turf but several of these alignments are capable of awakening Samael.”
Samael, last seen slaughtering the first born sons of Egypt, could not be reached for comment.  We at FIMJU wanted more expert testimony however so we invited the mummified head of Necromancer John Dee from its tomb in England for an interview. Said the archetypical wizard, “Where am I?  Why hast thou awakened me? Oh how I long to return to the sweet embrace of death, for my every moment awake is an eternity of pain!”
Troubling words indeed.


^^^This guy.

azgoroth:

facts-i-just-made-up:

Scenes from L.A.’s growing magician problem.

12-19-12, Los Angeles. New graffiti was found at L.A.’s George Carlin High School today marking a new height in the occult graffiti epidemic that plagues the city.  Said L.A. Police Commissioner Crowley, “They say the chalk washes away but that’s not the problem here.  The issue is that these sigils are made by amateur occultists who don’t always know what they’re doing.  They mean to mark their ethereal turf but several of these alignments are capable of awakening Samael.”

Samael, last seen slaughtering the first born sons of Egypt, could not be reached for comment.  We at FIMJU wanted more expert testimony however so we invited the mummified head of Necromancer John Dee from its tomb in England for an interview. Said the archetypical wizard, “Where am I?  Why hast thou awakened me? Oh how I long to return to the sweet embrace of death, for my every moment awake is an eternity of pain!”

Troubling words indeed.

^^^This guy.

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pleatedjeans:

The New York subway system bans canines unless they can fit in a small bag, so this guy trained his pit-bull to calmly sit in his small bag. [x]

pleatedjeans:

The New York subway system bans canines unless they can fit in a small bag, so this guy trained his pit-bull to calmly sit in his small bag. [x]

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shanexcore:

shamelesslyunladylike:

the-hairy-heterophobe:

if anybody asks me why i hate men, i’m just gonna redirect them to this post.

it’s pretty fucking obvious that men only want to invest in breast cancer research to further degrade, objectify, and jerk off to body parts they already feel 100% entitled to. that’s what is at stake for them. 

what about the women whose “tatas” weren’t saved? how must they feel being surrounded by awareness ads that focus more on keeping women’s sexy-sexy-titties-to-continue-titillating-the-males than saving real life human beings and helping survivors? 

If anyone’s wondering, those posts came from here. It’s a forum for breast cancer support. Give it a read, and you’ll see how many women are outright abandoned by their husbands, sometimes after being married for decades, because their “tatas” couldn’t be saved.

And this is why I HATED that save the boobies shit everyone loved in high school. Like, my grandmother lost her life trying to save her tits and my
Mom has chunks taken out of hers. Fuuuuuuuck that mess.

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kendrawcandraw:

villainessy:

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GODDAMMIT IT HAPPENED AGAIN

kendrawcandraw:

villainessy:

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GODDAMMIT IT HAPPENED AGAIN

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literallyleslieknope:

I’m so glad this infographic exists.

this is important

silentdagger:

literallyleslieknope:

I’m so glad this infographic exists.

this is important

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