I used to be curious - I'm aiming for strange now.
hadaes:

theworldstandswithpalestine:

Melbourne protest for Gaza, July 19. 2014.

everyone fucking reblog #prayforgaza

hadaes:

theworldstandswithpalestine:

Melbourne protest for Gaza, July 19. 2014.

everyone fucking reblog #prayforgaza

cicatrixtwigs:

melissaanelli:

shortmonica:

phampants:

fizzylimon:

meisterj:

savagelucy42:

I am the Beastmaster.

It was Pitch Perfect. i’m stuck is a more musical version of real life, it sucks because I’m visual and can’t sing for shit.

The Lego Movie. I am the opposite of fucked.

Same here Steve!
EVERYTHING IS AWESOME!!!

The Land Before Time. I made it to paradise, but we all know what will happen eventually…

Dallas Buyers Club. DO I WIN?

The Divide. So basically everything is terrible and i’m going to die.

Moorise Kingdom. Fascinating.

cicatrixtwigs:

melissaanelli:

shortmonica:

phampants:

fizzylimon:

meisterj:

savagelucy42:

I am the Beastmaster.

It was Pitch Perfect. i’m stuck is a more musical version of real life, it sucks because I’m visual and can’t sing for shit.

The Lego Movie.
I am the opposite of fucked.

Same here Steve!

EVERYTHING IS AWESOME!!!

The Land Before Time. I made it to paradise, but we all know what will happen eventually…

Dallas Buyers Club. DO I WIN?

The Divide. So basically everything is terrible and i’m going to die.

Moorise Kingdom. Fascinating.

theeconomist:

Obituary: Joseph Marie Albert Lange, AIDS researcher, died on July 17th, aged 59 aboard flight MH17
It is not true martyrdom to be killed in the crossfire of someone else’s war. But Joep Lange should still be seen as a martyr, for he would not have died when he did had he not been pursuing a war of his own—a war far deadlier than the skirmishing in eastern Ukraine which brought down the aircraft in which he was flying

theeconomist:

Obituary: Joseph Marie Albert Lange, AIDS researcher, died on July 17th, aged 59 aboard flight MH17

It is not true martyrdom to be killed in the crossfire of someone else’s war. But Joep Lange should still be seen as a martyr, for he would not have died when he did had he not been pursuing a war of his own—a war far deadlier than the skirmishing in eastern Ukraine which brought down the aircraft in which he was flying

aka14kgold:

nanner:

howprolifeofyou:

tl;dr: a pro-life woman applies for a nursing job at a family planning clinic that requires nurses to prescribe birth control to patients, but refused to do so because she believes that birth control = abortions. so, she’s suing them for not hiring her for a job she refuses to do. 

Well, they did take away her Jebus (and SCOTUS) granted right to shame and harass women and other people with uteruses for their reproductive choices. HOW DARE THEY?!

THIS IS SO CONFUSING

WHO THINKS THEY WILL BE HIRED FOR A JOB THAT THEY CANNOT (WILL NOT) DO

WHO THINKS THEY SHOULD GET PAID TO NOT DO A JOB

WHO ARE THESE PEOPLE AND HOW DID THEY GRADUATE KINDERGARTEN

tastefullyoffensive:

Every time I open my laptop. [x]

tastefullyoffensive:

Every time I open my laptop. [x]

pulitzercenter:

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Too often stories that examine family planning, adolescent exposure to HIV/AIDS, reproductive health and access to primary education for girls are considered soft news. Features routinely relegated to “Special Topics” or the SundayOutlook and Style sections.

The reality is that the challenges of population growth, environmental degradation, corporate greed, food security and even violent extremism can be traced back to these same issues with girls’ health, education, and human rights at the core.

Depriving girls of access to education has political, policy and legal ramifications to name but a few. And coverage of the tragedy still unfolding in northern Nigeria and elsewhere demonstrates that there’s a widespread, diverse and engaged audience to drive traffic to news organizations that prioritize stories on this subject.

Read Jennifer Koons’s full report from Niger here.