2. rippleklainebagels:

    home is where you fully understand how the shower works

    (Source: bakehuntdrink, via issuesandanswers)

  3. awkwardsituationist:

    there are three ways that individuals who are oppressed can deal with their oppression. one of them is to rise up against their oppressors with physical violence and corroding hatred. but oh this isn’t the way. violence creates many more social problems than it solves. another way is to acquiesce and to give in, to resign yourself to the oppression. but that too isn’t the way, because non-cooperation with evil is as much a moral obligation as is cooperation with good.

    but there is another way. and that is to organize mass non violent resistance based on the principle of love. where there is something about hate that tears down and is destructive, there is something about love that builds up and is creative. love is the only creative, redemptive, transforming power in the universe.

    when you rise to the level of love, of its great beauty and power, you seek only to defeat evil systems. individuals who happen to be caught up in that system, you love, but you seek to defeat the system. you just keep loving people, even though they’re mistreating you. just keep being friendly to that person. i’m foolish enough to believe that through the power of this love, somewhere men of the most recalcitrant bent will be transformed.

    edited from a november 17, 1957 sermon by dr. martin luther king, jr. photos by: 1. marc riboud of jan rose kasmir at the pentagon, october 21, 1967; 2. lefteris pitarakis in cairo, january 28, 2011; 3. guillermo legaria in bogota, october 26, 2011; 4. sergei chuzavkov in kiev, december 30, 2013; 5. william fernando martinez in bogotá, november 11, 2011; 6. reuters, kiev, november, 2004; 7. stefan stefanov in sofia, bulgaria, november, 2013; 8. john vizcaino in bogotá, november 11, 2011; and 9. hadi mizban in baghdad, january 6, 2008

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  4. dboybaker:






    Wow. That took guts.

    At first I was like okay why are we throwing away a ladder and then my heart melted.

    True story.

    (Source: kittiezandtittiez, via thisgirlhastoomanyfandoms)

  6. That’s a 100% proven fact, sir. [x]

    (Source: suave-graphics, via thisgirlhastoomanyfandoms)


  7. "Strange, how credible evidence against an abuser rarely seems to include the testimony of survivors, but frequently does include the ‘expert’ opinion of people who were wholly absent from the situation, or of abusers who have a vested interest in, say, not being imprisoned."

  8. A thing happened on campus



    So my name is Joey White and I’m a very pasty pale British white guy at uni overseas. So I was introducing myself and this guy from Nigeria goes “Hi, I’m Joseph” so I said, “I’m a Joseph too! Joseph White.” Then he looked me in the eye and said in a dead serious tone “I’m Joseph Brown” and we nearly died.

    oh dear god

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  9. I’m not afraid of cops. I have no reason to be I never break any laws, ever, because I’m deathly afraid of cops.

    (Source: iamnevertheone, via pepesilvvia)

  10. saydolly:

    Aziz Ansari is like the king of callouts.

    (Source: renloras, via sombrero-p)

  11. We never were very good at small talk, were we, Jim?

    (Source: dundermifflinscranton)

  15. prochoiceamerica:

    We’re thrilled to be celebrating our birthday TODAY! Together, we’ve been fighting for reproductive rights and access to reproductive health care for 45 years!