spacedbitch:

rameysaurus:

nevver:

Do it yourself doodler

I WAS NOT EXPECTING THAT

I love these. And I love how she’s in a really blatant sex position but artists are like look at this art genre I can do and be super creative. It’s so cool. I wish I could draw.

How is someone bending over a blatant sexual pose?

thealchemisticpoet:

The whole side chick main chick bullshit is boys trying to create a pop culture in which cheating on the woman you’re with is considered cool or normal.

Don’t perpetuate it.

I can name at least three women blogs on here on here who are perpetuating that shit heavily.

hausofsus:

HOLY SHIT IN 48 HOURS I’LL BE SEEING LIMP BIZKIT

Who waits two months for limp bizkit

"

But Wells Fargo, Bank of America, Chase Manhattan Bank, an JPMorgan Chase are not powerful because they worked hard. The best illustration of this point comes through a historical analysis. How did the banking system in this country get started? How did the richest people in the richest country in the world get their money?

Banking got started in this country by investing in the Triangular Slave Trade. The reason historians call it Triangular Slave Trade is that Europeans went to Africa, enslaved the people, brought them to this part of the world, and sold the people for products like hemp, sugarcane, cotton, and then those products were sent to Europe. That is why there were three angles: Africa, the United States, and Europe. The banking system—Lloyd’s of London, Barclays Bank, Bank of America, Wells Fargo-invested in that process and that is how their hegemony was established. In the last five years, almost all the banks I just mentioned have reluctantly acknowledged that they became established through the institution of slavery and the slave trade. So we see many people today questioning the system considering this simple fact: ‘Because the banks got rich by exploiting my ancestors I don’t see why I should have to pay them anything. They owe me if anything. I don’t want their money, because there is no price tag that can be placed on the suffering.’

"

Ahjamu Umi, from a guest lecture on March 21, 2013 at Concordia University

See also: “Wachovia apologizes for slavery ties,” CNN Money, June 5, 2005 & “American finance grew on the backs of slaves,” Chicago Sun-Times, March 7, 2014.

For more reading on the origins of the present American banking system and its foundations in the Euro-American slave trade, check out Slavery and American Economic Development (2006) by Gavin Wright and Debt, investment, slaves: credit relations in East Feliciana Parish, Louisiana, 1825-1885 (1995) by Richard Kilbourne.

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Think of the centuries of wealth created by cotton, sugar, and textiles in the UK and USA built on the institution of African slave labor.

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I’m not seeing how BOA ties into this. It wasn’t even founded until 1904.

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~ http://thedopevega.tumblr.com/post/99536121498/proudly-pro-choice-you-are-not-a-bad-person-for

ouijavvhore:

thedopevega:

ouijavvhore:

thedopevega:

ouijavvhore:

proudly-pro-choice:

You are not a bad person for getting abortion, it doesn’t matter if:

  • you were assaulted
  • your birth control failed
  • you weren’t on birth control at all
  • there is a medical issue
  • you don’t want children
  • you already have children and can’t handle another
  • you aren’t…

But Is it his body?

Not at all. I totally agree with the post. I just don’t see why there’s a completely different attitude about not wanting children.

Not wanting children and not having them is completely different than being pregnant with a child you don’t want to have

Fair enough,but endgame is still essentially the same. Guys are just deadbeat dads somehow for trying to make the same choice.

I think it’s funny how you find it necessary to make everything about men, just let us have our pro choice text post , is it that hard

Definitely didn’t make it about men. It was clearly about societal views towards who’s considered a good person for the same reasoning. But okay. Circumvent the topic.

~ http://thedopevega.tumblr.com/post/99536121498/proudly-pro-choice-you-are-not-a-bad-person-for

ouijavvhore:

thedopevega:

ouijavvhore:

proudly-pro-choice:

You are not a bad person for getting abortion, it doesn’t matter if:

  • you were assaulted
  • your birth control failed
  • you weren’t on birth control at all
  • there is a medical issue
  • you don’t want children
  • you already have children and can’t handle another
  • you aren’t…

But Is it his body?

Not at all. I totally agree with the post. I just don’t see why there’s a completely different attitude about not wanting children.

Not wanting children and not having them is completely different than being pregnant with a child you don’t want to have

Fair enough,but endgame is still essentially the same. Guys are just deadbeat dads somehow for trying to make the same choice.

~ http://thedopevega.tumblr.com/post/99536121498/proudly-pro-choice-you-are-not-a-bad-person-for

proudly-pro-choice:

proudly-pro-choice:

You are not a bad person for getting abortion, it doesn’t matter if:

  • you were assaulted
  • your birth control failed
  • you weren’t on birth control at all
  • there is a medical issue
  • you don’t want children
  • you already have children and can’t handle another
  • you aren’t…

I’ve always been of the opinion that if someone wants to sign their parental rights away, they should have that option. However, stuff like child support (which is usually why people get mad) is nowhere near as bad as being forced into a pregnancy.

- Emily.

Very true. Great observation.

~ http://thedopevega.tumblr.com/post/99536121498/proudly-pro-choice-you-are-not-a-bad-person-for

ouijavvhore:

proudly-pro-choice:

You are not a bad person for getting abortion, it doesn’t matter if:

  • you were assaulted
  • your birth control failed
  • you weren’t on birth control at all
  • there is a medical issue
  • you don’t want children
  • you already have children and can’t handle another
  • you aren’t…

But Is it his body?

Not at all. I totally agree with the post. I just don’t see why there’s a completely different attitude about not wanting children.