amazighprincex:

[Image: a series of tweets by justified agitator (@Awkward_Duck) on August 19, 2014.

1:23 AM: We literally laid in someone’s backyard for what seemed like an eternity while tanks rolled down the streets #Ferguson

1:26 AM: I’m live tweeting because there’s a media blackout. #Ferguson

1:33 AM: I’m so shaken. They’re literally just rolling around throwing tear gas into neighborhoods-not aggressive crowds. #Ferguson

1:34 AM: I was pouring milk over one guys eyes when they came back around and threw another at us. #Ferguson

1:51 AM: Let me repeat, THEY ARE GASSING NEIGHBORHOODS not crowds of protestors.There was only a few of us walking. there is no curfew, so why?]

(via shutupanddiehl)

stratoc:

howtotrainyourdragenz:

the-perks-of-being-a-fangirl2:

and-love-me-for-eternity:

Woahhh there book, calm down.

Nope. Not okay.

you guys do realize this is probably what a certain Night Fury was thinking during a certain point in httyd 2

can you NOT

stratoc:

howtotrainyourdragenz:

the-perks-of-being-a-fangirl2:

and-love-me-for-eternity:

Woahhh there book, calm down.

Nope. Not okay.

you guys do realize this is probably what a certain Night Fury was thinking during a certain point in httyd 2

can you NOT

(via frosty-viking)

theserenesupreme:

batmanisagatewaydrug:

Now that’s what I call justice 

Finally

Thank. You.

(via ryuutsu)

yasminetarek:

بلال من بلجيكا..أصابه الله بالسرطان بعد إسلامه فاعتبر المرض علامة الرضا والقبول من الله

الله :)

This … sounds nice but I find it very naive. It’s an argument that assumes that, in the end, suffering pays off when, really, not everything ends well. People get sick and and don’t get better. People suffer mental breakdowns and never recover. People die in pain. I’d like to think that that’s all for a higher purpose but I fail to see that optimism reflected in reality.

(Source: buthaina74, via allah-is-love)

cleaning-up-blood said: sorry i took so long to reply. i've been really pretty out of it. hopefully i'll die soon. sorry. thank you for being so nice and telling me happy shit and about you <3

Any time. I don’t want you to die but I’m glad I could help even a little bit.

The day Frigga met Loki

thetrekkiehasthephonebox:

immodest-lady:

p0kemina:

I’m going to make a youtube video entitled

"Shit ALL men say”

and it will consist only of the phrase “But not all men say that~!!”

And then I’ll wait for men to stare at their keyboards in utter distress as they contemplate the paradox of their intense desire and desperation to inform me that not all men say that.

I will break them.

Someone please legit do this. Become my hero.

OP - Have you made this yet?

Somebody please PLEASE explain this to me. I sincerely do not understand what is wrong with men not wanting to be generalized or implicitly roped together with other men who say things they disagree with. Please someone help me out here.

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theskieswillfall:

lolbitches:

onedumbjoke:

blackmailedmyself:

nymphamortem:

faineemae:

flyingmintbunny0:

asexualveganmystic:

dorkinthefreakkingdom:

faineemae:

if i had a dollar…

If I had a brick

sorry if I’m off topic but I’m so sick of people characterizing violent crime as “musta been mental illness” it throws us mentally ill people under the bus by perpetuating the stereotype that we’re dangerous

cant we just say there was something going on with that one guy?

ur totally right, many men don’t react violently when faced with rejection.
it was only this one guy.












And that’s why I will forever spite anyone who judges women for lying about having a boyfriend or being gay to avoid just plain out rejecting men.
Even that can get us violence, the girl talked about in the tweet actually HAD a boyfriend.

It’s not right to excuse it as mental illness, but that doesn’t mean that it’s fair to generalize men that way. Many men do it, and I don’t think it’s wrong for women to lie to avoid these situations, but you don’t get a free pass to say “why do all men feel so entitled?” The right questions would be “why does society put men in a position to feel entitled? Why do so many men feel this entitled? How can we stop men from feeling entitled?”

nah I’m gonna stick with “why do [all] men feel so entitled” thanks

Maybe I can put this in terms people can understand: There are only an average of 19 shark attacks in the US per year, only one being fatal. Not all sharks are going to attack you if you run into them, but if you see one nearby while you’re swimming? I’d be willing to bet that you’re going to get the fuck out of the water just in case.

perfect example^. most women cannot afford to give men the benefit of the doubt, for fear of all of the above happening.



You guys realize that most of this discussion has been about justifying generalizations, right? What good has ever come from that? Comparing men to sharks implies that men can never HELP women or be PARTNERS with them. At best, they are distant, detached animals. I like what BlackMailedMyself said. Why don&#8217;t we spend this energy discussing why SOME men feel so entitled and brainstorming how we can address that problem? Generalizing only hurts our cause.

theskieswillfall:

lolbitches:

onedumbjoke:

blackmailedmyself:

nymphamortem:

faineemae:

flyingmintbunny0:

asexualveganmystic:

dorkinthefreakkingdom:

faineemae:

if i had a dollar…

If I had a brick

sorry if I’m off topic but I’m so sick of people characterizing violent crime as “musta been mental illness” it throws us mentally ill people under the bus by perpetuating the stereotype that we’re dangerous

cant we just say there was something going on with that one guy?

ur totally right, many men don’t react violently when faced with rejection.

it was only this one guy.

And that’s why I will forever spite anyone who judges women for lying about having a boyfriend or being gay to avoid just plain out rejecting men.

Even that can get us violence, the girl talked about in the tweet actually HAD a boyfriend.

It’s not right to excuse it as mental illness, but that doesn’t mean that it’s fair to generalize men that way. Many men do it, and I don’t think it’s wrong for women to lie to avoid these situations, but you don’t get a free pass to say “why do all men feel so entitled?” The right questions would be “why does society put men in a position to feel entitled? Why do so many men feel this entitled? How can we stop men from feeling entitled?”

nah I’m gonna stick with “why do [all] men feel so entitled” thanks

Maybe I can put this in terms people can understand:

There are only an average of 19 shark attacks in the US per year, only one being fatal. Not all sharks are going to attack you if you run into them, but if you see one nearby while you’re swimming? I’d be willing to bet that you’re going to get the fuck out of the water just in case.

perfect example^. most women cannot afford to give men the benefit of the doubt, for fear of all of the above happening.

You guys realize that most of this discussion has been about justifying generalizations, right? What good has ever come from that? Comparing men to sharks implies that men can never HELP women or be PARTNERS with them. At best, they are distant, detached animals. I like what BlackMailedMyself said. Why don’t we spend this energy discussing why SOME men feel so entitled and brainstorming how we can address that problem? Generalizing only hurts our cause.

(via faineemae)

Written by an Indian woman fyi

rootworkn:

How does someone elses culture exist simply for the liberation and ‘empowerment’ of privileged white women?

Belly dance does not exist for you to find yourself, ignite your passion, rediscover your womanhood, or embrace your sexuality.

But does that make it inherently wrong for any white woman to participate in belly dancing?

(via faineemae)