February 8, 2012
name-em-shame-em:

The clandestine world exists secretly. Thanks for that explanatory explanation, Bella. 

name-em-shame-em:

The clandestine world exists secretly. Thanks for that explanatory explanation, Bella. 

(Source: reasoningwithvampires, via legally-bitchtastic)

February 8, 2012
name-em-shame-em:

stfuhatemongers:

shortformblog:

literallyunbelievable:

How exactly did you get elected?

Today in idiots.

I love it when people take the onion seriously and get angry.

You’d think right wingers taking The Onion seriously would cease to be funny after the first dozen times. And yet, it never gets old. 

name-em-shame-em:

stfuhatemongers:

shortformblog:

literallyunbelievable:

How exactly did you get elected?

Today in idiots.

I love it when people take the onion seriously and get angry.

You’d think right wingers taking The Onion seriously would cease to be funny after the first dozen times. And yet, it never gets old. 

(via legally-bitchtastic)

February 8, 2012
Name Em, Shame Em: Replace a word from a movie with "gay sex"

stfuhypocrisy:

sinidentidades:

hectorfabu:

alasyorick:

tomydearestforsaken:

mrimaginarius:

sevenbricks:

lulutheblue:

neemochan:

dystopiandynasty:

storyowls:

codexana:

prettyflyforaredspy:

42 Year Old Gay Sex

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January 25, 2012
Feminist Robot: Thoughts about sex

sourcedumal:

Our standard for women’s sexuality right now are horrid. Really they are.

Considering the fact that female pleasure is not even taught is tantamount to this. I mean, the cisgendered female body has the only organ that is dedicated SOLELY to pleasure. That’s it. Doesn’t file…

(via feministrobot-deactivated201203)

January 25, 2012
"Authorities detailed more than 30 overt acts of the four officers violating the civil rights of Hispanics in East Haven, according to U.S. Attorney David Fein.

“At its core, this is an abuse of power case,” said Thomas Perez, Assistant U.S. Attorney General.

The indictment says that some of the officers routinely kept patrol cars in front of Latino-owned businesses and stopped Latino customers who were entering or leaving the businesses, towed their cars and arrested or detained them."

East Haven Police Accused of Racial Profiling | NBC Connecticut (via robot-heart-politics)

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January 25, 2012
"Every person in this chamber can point to a teacher who changed the trajectory of their lives. Most teachers work tirelessly, with modest pay — sometimes digging into their own pocket for school supplies, just to make a difference. Teachers matter. So instead of bashing them, or defending the status quo, let’s offer schools a deal: give them the resources to keep good teachers on the job and keep the best ones. And in return, grant schools flexibility to teach with creativity and passion, and stop teaching to the test — and to replace teachers who just aren’t helping kids learn. That’s a bargain worth making."

OBAMA (via l1feisbeaut1ful)

Amazing, so so amazing. As someone who is planning to go into education, I can’t agree enough. Republicans are working so hard to tell us that education doesn’t matter. At least it doesn’t matter enough for the government to support. But I literally cannot think of anything more important. It’s a cliche, but children really are our future. It is our job to make sure that those kids can go out into the world as educated individuals, ready to make the differences that their parents could not. 

The republicans often argue that throwing money at the problem will not help. There is some truth to that. But only because all too often the money is either not enough or misused by corrupted public officials (such as in the case of Mayor Street here in Philly). How can we make sure kids are probably prepared for college, let alone the world at large, when too many schools are teaching from textbooks that are over a decade out of date, when they don’t even have enough pencils for their students and if they are lucky there is one computer in the library, and it was made in 1995. How can we teach kids how to solve real world problems when in order for us to keep our jobs, it is more important to teach them that on most standardized tests, an unanswered question is worth more than an incorrect question and therefore if they really don’t know the answer they should leave it blank? Or teaching them how to properly skim the reading portion so that they can save time when answering the questions?

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January 25, 2012
SOPA and PIPA Fully Alive – And a New Bill Joins Them

spidersandgoggles:

dragonsid:

learnwhydemonstray:

Reblog Reblog Reblog!

FUCK NOT THIS SHIT AGAIN.

Of course it’s not dead, they won’t stop until they’ve pushed the public too far and Tyler Durden becomes a real person. It makes me wonder if the public outcry had been expected, and now that everyone feels grand for winning the First Internet War they can slide their new policies right under the hype of victory. The number of notes in this post is a clear example of that. 

(via feministrobot-deactivated201203)

January 25, 2012

robot-heart-politics:

Racism Hidden Camera (by moonerman100)

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January 25, 2012
thearkhproject:

And now something more relaxing to ease the tension, just a quickie fan-done color of the Ain image.

thearkhproject:

And now something more relaxing to ease the tension, just a quickie fan-done color of the Ain image.

January 25, 2012
Feminist Robot: The real reason MegaUpload was shut down?

abaldwin360:

In December of 2011, it was reported by Digital Music News that the creators of MegaUpload were rolling out plans for a new cloud based music service that had the potential to change the music industry.

Called Megabox, it would have created an alternative to record labels as…

it’s a conspiracy! or just a bunch of pampered rich folk, one of the two

(via feministrobot-deactivated201203)