wat u had just had said to me just now brah
browningtons:

This is the single best photo I can think of

browningtons:

This is the single best photo I can think of

browningtons:

This is the single best photo I can think of

browningtons:

This is the single best photo I can think of

i just got back from the mothership tour. skrillex was dope and gta dropped hard house and hardstyle

browningtons:

This is the single best photo I can think of

browningtons:

This is the single best photo I can think of

misfitreindeer:

oh-snap-pro-choice:

left-wing-politics:

oh-snap-pro-choice:

hellyeahpeopleagainstfeminism:

left-wing-politics:

hellyeahpeopleagainstfeminism:

Women against modern feminism. Modern feminism. Modern.

Today girls are being kidnapped and sold into marriage for going to school. Open your eyes to what’s outside your own backyard and realize that action needs to be taken. So while you maliciously blog against something that’s meant to help people, some people are out there actually making a difference for these girls. Get your head out of your ass and stop thinking being against feminism makes you seem smart because so many others agree with it.

Men and women in third world countries need human rights, not feminism. 
"Girls are being kidnapped and sold into marriage for going to school." What about the boys? Don’t they suffer? Why always only the girls/women if feminism is supposed to be about equality? 
"While you maliciously blog against something that’s meant to help people…" It is supposed to help people, it USED to help people, but it doesn’t anymore. That is why people are speaking up against modern feminism. 

Third world countries need feminism and humanism, but the rights and trials of women are completely out weighing men right now and if you choose to ignore that you’re being willfully ignorant.
Female foetuses and little girls are the ones being aborted, murdered and left to starve because of cultural preference for boys. The world is missing a huge chunk of the female population, and that’s not something you can ignore.
"Why always only about girls and women?" Because maybe these situations are only happening to girls and women, not to boys? Issues like child soldiers affect both genders, but human trafficking and child marriage and infanticide are almost solely happening to girls. Even if you support humanism you can’t act like the victims are genderless.
Girls are being sold into marriage as young as 8 or 9, denied education, denied rights, things that feminism has fought against and won in the past, but the third world doesn’t need it why?
The third world doesn’t need liberal white feminism but it sure as Hell needs people advocating for women’s rights and women’s rights specifically because they’re being completely ignored
-Ash

PREACH (love you guys)

Love you too~
Just really hate people trying to act like they’re experts on what women in the third world need, which actually is feminism. -Ash

Did someone seriously pull a “what about the men” in an example involving underage forced marriages of women?

misfitreindeer:

oh-snap-pro-choice:

left-wing-politics:

oh-snap-pro-choice:

hellyeahpeopleagainstfeminism:

left-wing-politics:

hellyeahpeopleagainstfeminism:

Women against modern feminism. Modern feminism. Modern.

Today girls are being kidnapped and sold into marriage for going to school. Open your eyes to what’s outside your own backyard and realize that action needs to be taken. So while you maliciously blog against something that’s meant to help people, some people are out there actually making a difference for these girls. Get your head out of your ass and stop thinking being against feminism makes you seem smart because so many others agree with it.

Men and women in third world countries need human rights, not feminism. 

"Girls are being kidnapped and sold into marriage for going to school." What about the boys? Don’t they suffer? Why always only the girls/women if feminism is supposed to be about equality? 

"While you maliciously blog against something that’s meant to help people…" It is supposed to help people, it USED to help people, but it doesn’t anymore. That is why people are speaking up against modern feminism. 

Third world countries need feminism and humanism, but the rights and trials of women are completely out weighing men right now and if you choose to ignore that you’re being willfully ignorant.

Female foetuses and little girls are the ones being aborted, murdered and left to starve because of cultural preference for boys. The world is missing a huge chunk of the female population, and that’s not something you can ignore.

"Why always only about girls and women?" Because maybe these situations are only happening to girls and women, not to boys? Issues like child soldiers affect both genders, but human trafficking and child marriage and infanticide are almost solely happening to girls. Even if you support humanism you can’t act like the victims are genderless.


Girls are being sold into marriage as young as 8 or 9, denied education, denied rights, things that feminism has fought against and won in the past, but the third world doesn’t need it why?

The third world doesn’t need liberal white feminism but it sure as Hell needs people advocating for women’s rights and women’s rights specifically because they’re being completely ignored

-Ash

PREACH (love you guys)

Love you too~

Just really hate people trying to act like they’re experts on what women in the third world need, which actually is feminism.
-Ash

Did someone seriously pull a “what about the men” in an example involving underage forced marriages of women?

cecilfhtagn:

"tumblr is great except for…"

the neo-nazis? the violent misogynists? the white supremacists? the glorification of mass murderers? the blogs committed to telling marginalized people to commit suicide? the pedophiles?

"…the sjws."

ah, yes, clearly it’s the marginalized people trying to get rights. they are the problem here. because they’re occasionally overzealous. or something.

gessorly:

tyrror:

ruingaraf:

themarchrabbit:

Seriously, it kills me when I see people hold scientists up as pinnacles of logic and reason.

Because one time the professor I was interning for got punched in the face by another professor, because mine got the funding, and told the other professor his theory was stupid.

This same professor told me to throw rocks to scare the “stupid fucking crabs” into moving so we could count them properly.

SCIENCE

thank you

this is one of the best comments this post has recieved

I have witnessed:

Two professors hiding around a corner and snickering, “Shhh, here she comes!” While a female professor approached and, when she finally found them, she proceeded to scream while pointing from one to the other, “You! I called your office but you weren’t there! So I tried to call YOUR office to figure out where HE was but YOU weren’t there!”

Two grad students standing outside a closed and locked door yelling, “Come out of the damn office. You haven’t left for days. If you didn’t have a couch in there I’d be concerned as to where you were sleeping!”

A religious studies professor apologizing for being late to class because, “security stopped me because I’m dressed like a hobbit”

Watched a professor snort the results of my experiment to determine if I had the right final compound.

Two archeology professors toss priceless fossilized teeth back and forth in an attempt to figure out who is smarter by “guessing the type of tooth and species of animal before it lands”

Multiple fully degreed individuals throw dry ice at one another in an attempt to be first to use the lab/get that piece of equipment/or change the iPod song.

A genetics professor build furniture out of stacks of paper and planks of wood because she is that far behind in grading papers/responding. One of the impromptu furniture pieces housed a fish tank.

I could go on but I think that covers the larger portion of the insanity…

Every time it comes around on my dash, it gets better.

orcadiva:

fake-zolology:

Despite numerous attempts with animals ranging from great apes to poodles, there has only ever been one animal truly taught to read. He was a performing orca named Hyak who lived at the Vancouver Aquarium for nearly 20 years. His lessons in reading comprehension started off as an accident. Dirk McKimmel, the senior trainer at the aquarium, found that the whale would often stop by the underwater viewing window that led into his office as he sat reading. He began to show the maturing 5,000 lb animal the pictures in his books and was quite startled by how interested he seemed to be. Thinking the whale simply enjoyed the novel visual stimulation, he soon took the books up to the pool ledge and began reading out loud as he showed the whale the pictures. This continued for about ten years but no one thought Hyak had any actual comprehension of the book he was being read. 

One day in 1980, a new cetologist at the aquarium began to question what was really going on in these sessions. In a highly controlled study, he began to ask the whale questions about the books. 

On that fateful day, the first thing we did was take Hyak to the smaller side pool in his aquarium, away from his tank mates. He was used to this as we often moved him in order to perform our behavioral experiments, however this time instead of asking him if an image on a screen was round or square as per usual, we asked him if Harold had indeed drawn the moon with his purple crayon. To our great surprise, Hyak distinctly nodded “yes.” We continued on with these studies for several weeks and found that Hyak answered our questions with a 96% accuracy rate on numerous different books McKimmel had been reading him. I decided to take it a step farther, holding books up to Hyak’s window without reading aloud to him. At first it felt a bit silly but soon I noticed when he wanted the page flipped, he would look up and meet my gaze, as though impatient with me. The very next week we attempted to test Hyak’s reading comprehension on this new book he had been reading and discovered he could answer every question about “the Emperor’s New Clothes” perfectly. 

[My Life with Whales- Nicholas Willens, 1995] 

Willen’s 1989 report on Hyak in Animal Cognition was quickly discredited as the idea of a reading whale appeared simply ludicrous. However recent research into the study has found no factual errors and many are arguing the paper should be taken seriously. Mary Kyles, a senior research scientist at the Whale and Dolphin Conservation society was recorded saying "As it has been proven that orcas are highly linguistic and speak in a language of their own, a whale in captivity with little to do but listen to his trainer read books could easily pick up the skill."

This story does not end well for poor Hyak. Defeated, both Willens and McKimmel stopped providing Hyak with reading material and he sadly passed away in 1991. Though he may be gone, his legacy lives on in the important contributions he made to our understanding of the animal mind and just what it is capable of. 

sources: [x] [x] [x]

This is why I love orcas. Their intelligence is just mind blowing.

the-never-ending-voyage:

Temple Grounds, Agon Wastes, Torvus Bog, Sanctuary Fortress - Metroid Prime 2

neckbearcl:

sexhaver:

okay since yall seem to be incapable of identifying fake sj posts here’s a handy guide:

  1. go to the source of the post
  2. check the tags
  3. if it’s tagged with two thousand variations of “otherkin” and “headspace” and “sj” then it is 100% fake no exceptions and if you reblog it unironically you are a bad person

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dont forget those weeaboo faces with the unusual unicode characters

wow sometimes i really miss my old internet friends from 2009-2012

amnhnyc:

On land, sunlight illuminates a world that’s bright and bursting with color. But in the ocean, light and color diminish as the water gets deeper. Take a look at what happens to light as it moves through the water, and how marine organisms have adapted.
Learn more in our traveling exhibition, Creatures of Light.  

amnhnyc:

On land, sunlight illuminates a world that’s bright and bursting with color. But in the ocean, light and color diminish as the water gets deeper. Take a look at what happens to light as it moves through the water, and how marine organisms have adapted.

Learn more in our traveling exhibition, Creatures of Light.