Photo 1 Sep 222 notes loraxofsex:

Can we just take a moment to appreciate the whole of the cock for a second? Like ok sure- the clitoral complex is getting a lot of press these days but let’s remember that the cock isn’t just the dangly bits ok? There’s a whole lot more that’s inside the body and below the balls. Just sayin’

loraxofsex:

Can we just take a moment to appreciate the whole of the cock for a second? Like ok sure- the clitoral complex is getting a lot of press these days but let’s remember that the cock isn’t just the dangly bits ok? There’s a whole lot more that’s inside the body and below the balls. Just sayin’

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Photo 1 Sep 636 notes jerkcityhd:

I’m Judge Jerkalot and I dispense a jizzy justice [original]

jerkcityhd:

I’m Judge Jerkalot and I dispense a jizzy justice [original]

Audio 1 Sep 32 notes

clementinekite:

follow gold-sound for exclusively music posts.

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arte-mysia:

intheindigo:

sourcedumal:

note-a-bear:

ooooooh

OOOH LOOK AT THAT HISTORICAL ACCURACY THO

I think he’s the man that The 13th Warrior was loosely based upon.

Ahmad ibn Fadlan ibn al-Abbas ibn al Rashid ibn al Hammad traveled through much of the world.  His manuscript for the time that he spent among the Vikings was lost, but his records regarding the Rus and the people’s between Baghdad and Scandinavia still exists.  The 13th Warrior was loosely based on his travels.

Additionally, we know that people from Northern Europe traveled as far south as Egypt during the time of Ramses II.

Basically, the idea that people didn’t travel very much is a very 18th Century invention.

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Text 30 Aug 10,799 notes

anxius:

flowwrpetal:

these ferguson posts are starting to get on my nerves

I’m sorry that it’s an inconvinience for you to be at home on a computer and have to see people facing police brutality and fighting for their rights

do you even compassion, bro?

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Photo 30 Aug 43,067 notes yewnymph:

nativeamericannews:

Navajo Kindergartner Sent Home from School, Ordered to Cut His Hair
On Monday, a 5-year-old Native American boy was sent home on his first day of school and ordered to cut his hair short because it allegedly violated district policy, the boy’s mother said.The child, Malachi Wilson, an enrolled citizen of the Navajo Nation, had been looking forward to his first day of kindergarten at F.J. Young Elementary in Seminole, Texas.

I AM SEETHING.  FUCK THE CONTINUATION OF ASSIMILATION EFFORTS AND ASSAULT ON THE PHYSICAL, MENTAL, EMOTIONAL, AND SPIRITUAL WELL-BEING OF NATIVE AND INDIGENOUS PEOPLE. 
THIS COUNTRY HAS NO SHAME
NO CONSCIENCE
NO HISTORICAL BEARING
HAS AMERICA FORGOTTEN SO SOON?
THE TRAGEDY OF NATIVE CHILDREN FORCED TO LEAVE THEIR HOMES FOR RACIST BOARDING SCHOOLS?
WHERE THEIR HAIR WAS CUT? WHERE CHILDREN WERE BEATEN FOR SPEAKING THEIR MOTHER TONGUES? WHERE THEY WERE ABUSED AND FORCED TO HIDE THEIR CULTURE AS A WAY TO SURVIVE? 
NEVER FORGET. NEVER.

yewnymph:

nativeamericannews:

Navajo Kindergartner Sent Home from School, Ordered to Cut His Hair

On Monday, a 5-year-old Native American boy was sent home on his first day of school and ordered to cut his hair short because it allegedly violated district policy, the boy’s mother said.
The child, Malachi Wilson, an enrolled citizen of the Navajo Nation, had been looking forward to his first day of kindergarten at F.J. Young Elementary in Seminole, Texas.




I AM SEETHING.  FUCK THE CONTINUATION OF ASSIMILATION EFFORTS AND ASSAULT ON THE PHYSICAL, MENTAL, EMOTIONAL, AND SPIRITUAL WELL-BEING OF NATIVE AND INDIGENOUS PEOPLE. 

THIS COUNTRY HAS NO SHAME

NO CONSCIENCE

NO HISTORICAL BEARING

HAS AMERICA FORGOTTEN SO SOON?

THE TRAGEDY OF NATIVE CHILDREN FORCED TO LEAVE THEIR HOMES FOR RACIST BOARDING SCHOOLS?

WHERE THEIR HAIR WAS CUT? WHERE CHILDREN WERE BEATEN FOR SPEAKING THEIR MOTHER TONGUES? WHERE THEY WERE ABUSED AND FORCED TO HIDE THEIR CULTURE AS A WAY TO SURVIVE? 

NEVER FORGET. NEVER.

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Quote 30 Aug 7,759 notes
There is no great stigma attached to being a rapist. Of course, it’s not a word anyone wishes to see applied to themselves. We’d all hate to be called rapists, just as we’d hate anyone close to us to be accused of rape. But when it comes to committing rape - actually having sex with someone who is not consenting? It seems a lot of us are totally cool with that. Go ahead, rape away, just make sure no one calls it by that name.

A 2010 survey reported by Sky News revealed 46 per cent of men aged 18 to 25 do not consider it rape if a man continues to penetrate a woman after she has changed her mind. Last week a survey conducted by Rape Crisis and Reveal magazine showed a third of women do not believe a rape to have taken place if an alleged victim did not fight back. It’s only eight years since a poll by Amnesty International suggested 8 per cent people believe a woman to be totally - that’s totally - responsible for rape if she’s had many sexual partners. The truth is, an alarming number of people are very comfortable indeed with the idea of rape in certain circumstances. Like George Galloway, they merely see it as “bad sexual etiquette”. Rape doesn’t horrify them, not a bit; rape accusations do.
Audio 30 Aug 325 notes

yep, that would be the hit song by Echo & the Bunnymen.

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Video 29 Aug 2,859 notes

razorshapes:

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