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perceptionsofabrokenreality:

ezra-the-prince:

femputations:

mewtwo is savage

I need more pokemon shaming

0 fucks to be offered by Mewtwo


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taurusqueer:

8hy:

why do boys get 100 times worse when they’re around other boys

demons strengthen with numbers

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rgfellows: micdotcom:when you break a world record, but a man comes in second (x)And it’s worth rgfellows: micdotcom:when you break a world record, but a man comes in second (x)And it’s worth

rgfellows:

micdotcom:

when you break a world record, but a man comes in second (x)

And it’s worth note that Ledecky didn’t just win the 800 freestyle- she obliterated it:

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Thats her. And those specks in the distance are her competitors. The second place swimmer was 11 SECONDS behind her. 11 seconds is FOREVER in something like this. Most second place swimmers in most races finish fractions of a second behind the first place swimmer.

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Her finishing with none of her competitors in sight. And that yellow line is the previous world record’s pace. Ledecky is more than a full body length ahead.

Which, btw, she did in the 400m freestyle earlier in the games. Seen here:

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(The previous world record in this race was held by her, to begin with, btw. As well as the 3 world record times preceding that one.)

So to sum it up: Yeah, Phelps is one of the most decorated Olympic swimmers ever etc etc but him getting silver means jack in the face of the actual-human-avatar-of-Poseidon that is Katie Ledecky. 


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tunnelsaints:

me when i was 12: ‘power of friendship’ stories are so lame and cliche like who cares its just a dumb plot device it’d never work :/

me now: My Love For My Friends Could Topple Cities. It Could Fell Empires. It Could Kill the Gods Themselves But It Won’t Because Then We’d Have Nowhere To Hang Out

vfpalestine:lizun:We need more women like thisMy reblog was pretty aggressive on this one

vfpalestine:

lizun:

We need more women like this

My reblog was pretty aggressive on this one


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harvard-dad:

imactuallytrying:

babyanimalgifs:

wait for a surprise

I gasped!!!

are u kidding me 

entry-expunged: the first time i tried to reblog this my tab immediately ran out of memory and hones

entry-expunged:

the first time i tried to reblog this my tab immediately ran out of memory and honestly i think its an omen


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kirkmaynardart:

youknowno:

eternallybeautifullyblack:

Looking for inspiration? Look no further. In this five part series, fifty talented black women from across the globe share their powerful words of wisdom.


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Part 1: 50 TED talks by 50 talented black women

Starting here, enjoy 50 thought provoking TED talks by 50 super talented black women in this five part series. 

Featured in Part 1:

ELIZABETH NYAMAYARO | TEDWomen 2015
An invitation to men who want a better world for women.

AMMA ASANTE | TEDxBrixton
The power of defining yourself.

RAKIA REYNOLDS | TEDxBarnardCollege
Rules of the road on your journey to success.

SARAH LEWIS |TED2014
Embrace the near win.

ANNE-MARIE IMAFIDON | TEDxBarcelonaED
Let’s save the world with girl-led startups.

SOMARA THEODORE | TEDxCreativeCoast
The evolving identity of a first generation American.

MEMORY CHAMPITI | [email protected]
Local charity: Yes you can.

DR MAGGIE ADERIN-POCOCK | TEDxHousesofParliament
The dawn of a new space era.

NOZIPO MARAIRE | TEDxHarare
Indigenous versus indi-genius.

FELICIA HATCHER | TEDxJamaica
Tell your failure story.

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Part 2: 50 TED talks by 50 talented black women

This is part two of our series of five posts sharing TED talks by fifty talented black women from across the globe.

Featured in Part 2:

PANASHE CHIGUMADZI | TEDxJohannesburg
A new self-identity for Africans.

MAJORA CARTER | TEDxMidWest
Three stories of local eco-entrepreneurship.

PATRICIA OBO-NAI | TEDxLabone
The age of the girl geek.

LATISHA CAMPBELL | TEDxYale
I am a radical: changing the odds. 

CHIMAMANDA NGOZI ADICHIE | TEDxEuston
We should all be feminists.

ANGELA JACKSON | TEDxProvidence
Turning urban youth into global citizens.

MAAMEYAA BOAFO | TEDxAccra
Being the real me without apology.

OLA OREKUNRIN | TEDxBerlinSalon
Womenomics.

MELLODY HOBSON | TED2014
Color blind or color brave? 

MAGATTE WADE | TEDxUFM
Disruptive Brands as Cultural Innovation.

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Part 3: 50 TED talks by 50 talented black women

This is part three of our series of five posts sharing TED talks by fifty talented black women from across the globe.

Featured in Part 3:

THANDIE NEWTON | TEDGlobal 2011

Actor Thandie Newton tells the story of finding her “otherness.”

MINNA SALAMI | TEDxBrixton
To change the world, change your illusions.

TARA WILKINSON-MCCLEAN | TEDxBridgetown
Re-imaging wealth in global media.

PENINAH NTHENYA MUSYIMI | TEDxAmsterdam
I am the change. 

THELMA GOLDEN | TEDxHarlem
Innovation Through Art – The Preposition Problematic.

MICHAELA DEPRINCE | TEDxAmsterdam
From “devil’s child” to star ballerina. 

SHAKIRAH BOURNE | TEDxBridgetown
The curse of the starving artist. 

KIMBERLY BRYANT | TEDxKC
Defy Impossible.

ZAIN ASHER | TEDxEuston
Trust your struggle.

ALLYSON HOBBS | TEDxStanford
The chosen exile of racial “passing.”

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Part 4: 50 TED talks by 50 talented black women

This is part four of our series of five posts sharing TED talks by fifty talented black women from across the globe.

Featured in Part 4:

HANNAH POOL | TEDxEuston
Discovering myself while discovering Erithrea.

JASMINE BURTON | TEDxAtlanta
Innovation to sanitation through empathic design.

KAKENYA NTAIYA | TEDxMidAtlantic
A girl who demanded school.

MAHLET AFEWORK | TEDxPlaceDesNations
Ancient tradition/modern fashion. 

FADEKEMI AKINFADERIN-AGARAU | TEDxEuston
Finding my calling.

RAPELANG RABANA | TEDxCapeTown
Using mobiles to rekindle learning.

PATIENCE MTHUNZI | TED2015
Could we cure HIV with lasers? 

SAEEDA WRIGHT | TEDxConcordiaUPortland
The ultimate selfie – love. 

ORY OKOLLOH | TEDGlobal 2007
How I became an activist. 

SADA MIRE|TEDxEuston
Cultural heritage: a basic human need. 

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Part 5: 50 TED talks by 50 talented black women

This is the final part of our series of five posts sharing TED talks by fifty talented black women from across the globe.

Featured in Part 5:

ANGELA PATTON |TEDxWomen 2012
A father-daughter dance… in prison.

JULIANA ROTICH |TEDGlobal 2013
Meet BRCK, internet access built for Africa.

CATHERINE PHIRI |TEDxEuston
Debunking the made-for-Africa script. 

TALITHIA WILLIAMS | TEDxClaremontColleges
Own your body’s data.

JEPCHUMBA|TEDxEuston
Asking Why.

CHINWE ONYEAGORO | TEDxWindyCity
I’m an inefficient market entrepreneur.

DAYO OLOPADE | TEDTalentSearch
The new African narrative.

NDIDI NWUNELI | TEDxEuston
Rage for Change.

MAYA PENN | TEDWomen 2013
Meet a young entrepreneur, cartoonist, designer, activist Maya Penn.

DR MAMPHELA RAMPHELE |TEDxCapeTownED
Rising to our citizens’ responsibility.

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reblogging for later! hoping that there are some mental disease/coping strategies discussions on this list

Reblogging for later as well.

funnyposts: me pressing this stupid lamp at 1am to wake that bitch up

funnyposts:

me pressing this stupid lamp at 1am to wake that bitch up


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Dogs are too pure honestly


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fozmeadows:

sergeant-grumbles:

flowerchildfemme:

lesbianrey:

lesbianrey:

lesbianrey:

did you know that in 1953 eisenhower issued an executive order which banned gay people from being employed in government

and it was specifically to root out lesbians who enjoyed the job security of government work

“To protect their careers, lesbian government workers moderated their behavior to avoid suspicion. They refused to socialize with other lesbians in public, attended social functions with gay men as their ‘dates,’ and carefully chose their wardrobes and makeup to project a feminine persona. Male employees who resented reporting to a female boss could trigger an investigation into her sexuality.” - Robert J Corber “Cold War Femme”

this era was called the lavender scare and was both a direct result of mccarthyism and the classification of homosexuality as a mental illness during ww2. over 10,000 lesbians and gay men lost their jobs and as a result the daughters of bilitis (the first ever lesbian activist group in the u.s.) formed in order to protect themselves and gay men

Important history

and it’s John Kerry’s apology for these events that was removed from the State Department website days after Trump took office 

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