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This one is angry.

theghaliastuff:

Professor Michalska,

My name is Ghalia Elkerdi I am a fourth year Electrical Engineering student at McGill. This past year I’ve taken two of your courses: Control Systems (ECSE 404) and Numerical Methods (ECSE 443).

This is the first time I email a professor for a purpose other than begging for…

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seananmcguire:

seananmcguire:

camwyn:

queensimia:

crystaltokyogorepolice:

teenagemutantnegroturtle:

ask-aphsiberia:

mr-pond-parties-in-the-impala:

cosbyykidd:

It’s worked for white people, I figured I might as well give it a shot.

GET THIS GUY TO DISNEY WORLD DAMN IT

I want you to go man!

if this was a white girl this would have had the notes 3 weeks ago

People are sending him racist messages telling him it’s not gonna happen and he doesn’t belong in Disney World over this post. So we’re gonna reblog it even more.

I remember this guy! Wow, it’s still only a little bit over half. Rebloggan’!

I don’t normally do these ‘reblog if’ things, but hell, if it annoys racists, why not.

That’s kinda where I stand on things.  I mostly ignore them, but kid, YOU’RE GOIN’ TO DISNEY WORLD.

I love how racists came to the party and we promptly got another 100k reblogs.  Like, WE ARE WEE AND SOMETIMES PASSIVE AGGRESSIVE, BUT FUCK YOU, HE’S GONNA RIDE THE HAUNTED MANSION UNTIL HE’S DONE.

seananmcguire:

seananmcguire:

camwyn:

queensimia:

crystaltokyogorepolice:

teenagemutantnegroturtle:

ask-aphsiberia:

mr-pond-parties-in-the-impala:

cosbyykidd:

It’s worked for white people, I figured I might as well give it a shot.

GET THIS GUY TO DISNEY WORLD DAMN IT

I want you to go man!

if this was a white girl this would have had the notes 3 weeks ago

People are sending him racist messages telling him it’s not gonna happen and he doesn’t belong in Disney World over this post. So we’re gonna reblog it even more.

I remember this guy! Wow, it’s still only a little bit over half. Rebloggan’!

I don’t normally do these ‘reblog if’ things, but hell, if it annoys racists, why not.

That’s kinda where I stand on things.  I mostly ignore them, but kid, YOU’RE GOIN’ TO DISNEY WORLD.

I love how racists came to the party and we promptly got another 100k reblogs.  Like, WE ARE WEE AND SOMETIMES PASSIVE AGGRESSIVE, BUT FUCK YOU, HE’S GONNA RIDE THE HAUNTED MANSION UNTIL HE’S DONE.

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Sad & Pale

fine-ass-bussy:

"On the commodification of sadness and a special death-by-a-thousand-reblogs brand of racism"

I wrote this about pale blogs and it means a lot to me - give it a read?

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HOW TO BE A GOOD ROOMMATE TO SOMEONE LIVING WITH HIV/AIDS

partybottom:

The folks over at transhousingnetwork asked me to write something about how to be a good roommmate to someone living with HIV, so I did!

As has previously been noted on this blog, I am a trans woman who has been living with HIV/AIDS for eight years, which puts me somewhere between “treatment…

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laliberty:

laliberty:

laliberty:

BREAKING: Cops found NOT GUILTY ON ALL COUNTS in the beating death of Kelly Thomas.

The second photo is what Thomas looked like after the beating he received.

And here are related links, including to the video of the beating - witness as the defenseless homeless man pleads for his life and calls out for his father as he is brutally and senselessly beaten to death.

I’d wish that the murderous monsters would rot in hell, but that’s not enough justice. The jurors can rot in hell. The cops deserve far, far worse.

I’m still shaken by this.

According to the jury, this was not second degree murder, not involuntary manslaughter, not even excessive force. The jury decided that this was a completely acceptable amount of force by six separate cops using fists and boots and batons and tasers against a defenseless, non-violent, homeless schizophrenic who was even complying with unlawful orders.

This is the system we are forced to use in seeking justice. There are no competing courts or a market for adjudication to foster accountability. This is it. And it, once again, utterly failed. In addition - because of how this monopoly in protection, defense, and courts is constructed - a precedent has been set. Future incidents can refer back to this case. 

If the courts continue to enable the police in harassing and beating and bludgeoning and stealing and raping and murdering with complete impunity, how long will the people continue to defend and support this corrupt, illegitimate system?

There is a breaking point. There must be. I just fear what it will take to reach it.

I just can’t post about anything else today. 

This needs to be seen, and people need to get angry. I have been blogging on LA Liberty for nearly four years, and I have been very fortunate to gain thousands of followers. In my four years, I don’t think I’ve never asked for something to be reblogged, but this story needs to be shared and discussed by every one of you. We cannot allow others to remain ignorant of such a grave miscarriage of justice. As I’ve said: We cannot create with our hands what we first do not see in our minds. So first must come awareness, an acknowledgement of truth, before one can be expected to agitate against these injustices. Therefore, sharing and discussing this story are important first steps toward necessary change.

This needs to embarrass anyone who has ever said “but not all cops are bad.” Until you find me a cop who has both (1) never harassed, ticketed, arrested, or assaulted anyone allegedly violating some unjust legislation against peaceful behavior and (2) spoken out vociferously against the “thin blue line” that closes ranks around bad cops and enables bad behavior by publicly shaming the demonstrably bad cops and the unions and superiors who protect them, then I have no interest in that childish retort. There may be cops who are good people, but cops qua cops have been generally shown to be increasingly violent, corrupt, deplorable bullies who enforce disgracefully unjust laws.

This also needs to embarrass anyone who trusts “the system,” who finds comfort in the status quo. 

We cannot allow the usual apologists to hide from this story. Wholesale change is in order.

(Source : laliberty)

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animateglee:

oomshi:

the bible said adam AND eve so i slept with them both

Well it’s the Bible, not the Straightble, I’m just following the book.

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REBLOG IF I CAN MESSAGE YOU ‘HEY’ AND START A FRIENDSHIP.

(Source : infiinite3scape)

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thr0ughthelookingglass:

do-not-feed-the-animal:

letlive-period:

exilethepoet:

audgy:

This would have been more meaningful if it had come from someone besides the straight, white man. You know, like the lady two people over.

Seriously? Seriously, people? Shut the fuck up. Because he is a white straight man making an effort to gather support for equal rights he is unworthy? That his support is nothing? Or that it’s not good enough for him to support equal rights? Get your slick stinky underwear out of your ass crack and stop being so stupid. I’ve heard macklemore get so much shit today for FUCKING SUPPORTING equal rights! He is a straight white man using his privilege in a correct and respectful way and people seem to have a problem with that?! You’re fucking kidding me. So if he just decided to suck someone’s dick the day before, would his support finally mean something?! Man, shut the hell up people. This is support right here, and in the mainstream media.
/end motherfucking rant

reblogging this a million times

do you even understand how much shit macklemore gets because people think he’s gay? do you understand that they kept passing the microphone to her but she didnt want to speak? do you understand that if you’re straight, you can support same sex marriage? because you can. just because he’s straight doesn’t mean his support doesn’t matter. do you get how amazing it is to have a song like this played on the radio? things like this dont hapoen often, and the fact that the same straight goofball who sang “thrift shop” can write something so beautiful like this is amazing. in fact, i think it is fucking amazing that this man is using his speech time to talk about gay rights. he almost forgot to thank his fiancé because he cared about this cause so much. macklemore used his minute and a half (maybe less) of speech time to stand up for what he believe, to stand up for love, to stand up for his family. and you think that just because he’s straight it isn’t valid? that makes you just as close minded as homophobic people in my opinion.

I will never ever not reblog this. Ever.

Stoooooop.
This is being a bad ally. Allyship is not about appropriating the struggles of other people for profit. He is not “using his privilege in a correct way” because the large majority of his speaking up on “gay rights” issues is him speaking about it. Abstract from this instance (which I do not care about), he is acting negatively on his privilege.
Keep in mind the commenter you are replying to never said his support was bad or his message was bad or he is worthless or anything. But do you really want to equalize voices on subjects of oppression? Do you really want to say “X people are oppressed in society, X people have less a voice in general and on their oppression in society. Y people have more voice and an easier time talking about these subjects. X and Y voices should be supported equally as they come”? Are you kidding me?
You’re doing nothing for anti-oppression. You are internalizing the hierarchies that exist outside of “social justice” into social justice.
Also, GAY MARRIAGE RIGHTS ≠ EQUAL RIGHTS. The right to gay marriage is just an attempt to take the by definition inequal institution of marriage and superimpose it on gays in an attempt to heterosexualize them (and thereby make them “normal”). That’s okay for now. But it’s not equal rights.

thr0ughthelookingglass:

do-not-feed-the-animal:

letlive-period:

exilethepoet:

audgy:

This would have been more meaningful if it had come from someone besides the straight, white man. You know, like the lady two people over.

Seriously? Seriously, people? Shut the fuck up. Because he is a white straight man making an effort to gather support for equal rights he is unworthy? That his support is nothing? Or that it’s not good enough for him to support equal rights? Get your slick stinky underwear out of your ass crack and stop being so stupid. I’ve heard macklemore get so much shit today for FUCKING SUPPORTING equal rights! He is a straight white man using his privilege in a correct and respectful way and people seem to have a problem with that?! You’re fucking kidding me. So if he just decided to suck someone’s dick the day before, would his support finally mean something?! Man, shut the hell up people. This is support right here, and in the mainstream media.

/end motherfucking rant

reblogging this a million times

do you even understand how much shit macklemore gets because people think he’s gay? do you understand that they kept passing the microphone to her but she didnt want to speak? do you understand that if you’re straight, you can support same sex marriage? because you can. just because he’s straight doesn’t mean his support doesn’t matter. do you get how amazing it is to have a song like this played on the radio? things like this dont hapoen often, and the fact that the same straight goofball who sang “thrift shop” can write something so beautiful like this is amazing. in fact, i think it is fucking amazing that this man is using his speech time to talk about gay rights. he almost forgot to thank his fiancé because he cared about this cause so much. macklemore used his minute and a half (maybe less) of speech time to stand up for what he believe, to stand up for love, to stand up for his family. and you think that just because he’s straight it isn’t valid? that makes you just as close minded as homophobic people in my opinion.

I will never ever not reblog this. Ever.

Stoooooop.

This is being a bad ally. Allyship is not about appropriating the struggles of other people for profit. He is not “using his privilege in a correct way” because the large majority of his speaking up on “gay rights” issues is him speaking about it. Abstract from this instance (which I do not care about), he is acting negatively on his privilege.

Keep in mind the commenter you are replying to never said his support was bad or his message was bad or he is worthless or anything. But do you really want to equalize voices on subjects of oppression? Do you really want to say “X people are oppressed in society, X people have less a voice in general and on their oppression in society. Y people have more voice and an easier time talking about these subjects. X and Y voices should be supported equally as they come”? Are you kidding me?

You’re doing nothing for anti-oppression. You are internalizing the hierarchies that exist outside of “social justice” into social justice.

Also, GAY MARRIAGE RIGHTS ≠ EQUAL RIGHTS. The right to gay marriage is just an attempt to take the by definition inequal institution of marriage and superimpose it on gays in an attempt to heterosexualize them (and thereby make them “normal”). That’s okay for now. But it’s not equal rights.

(Source : mtv)

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gounn:

sassy, most likely gay, kotaku “”“writer”“” writes obnoxious article about how lady gaga ‘out-cuted japan’ including saying that kyary ‘looks tame next to her’

Holy fuck she looks terrible…

gounn:

sassy, most likely gay, kotaku “”“writer”“” writes obnoxious article about how lady gaga ‘out-cuted japan’ including saying that kyary ‘looks tame next to her’

Holy fuck she looks terrible…