catdad:

Oh my god.

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"he’d want to fuck me and I’d want to fuck him and it would be boring."

Roger Daltrey on why a relationship between he and Pete Townshend would be a disaster. 

The best excuse for not having a relationship that I’ve ever heard.

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The Front Bottoms by Maryam Hassan

The Front Bottoms by Maryam Hassan

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vivelafat:

shortwings:

ajamae:

faintedincoils:

lovelykeba:

Help the fight against police brutality!

You should definitely do this, but please be safe and knowledgeable about it! Here are some resources for how to safely film/photograph police brutality, as well as information on YOUR rights as you do so:
7 Rules for Recording Police
Know Your Rights: Photographers
Tips for Recording Police Interactions
Please be aware that different states have different laws on the matter.  Check into them so you can know you specific laws, and what to expect if you film the police.  Also check with your state’s chapter of the ACLU; many of them have tips on this matter, and some have pocket foldouts of your rights that you can use to convince the police that no, you aren’t doing anything wrong.

Stay woke.

There’s an app by the New Jersey ACLU called Police Tape that not only lets you record video and audio discreetly, but the data is backed up in the ACLU servers, meaning you will retain a copy of the recording should your phone be confiscated or destroyed.
Despite the laws in some states, The Supreme Court says you have the right to record police, and so does the Department of Justice.
I’d appreciate if you reblogged this, to get the word out.

Stay woke.

vivelafat:

shortwings:

ajamae:

faintedincoils:

lovelykeba:

Help the fight against police brutality!

You should definitely do this, but please be safe and knowledgeable about it! Here are some resources for how to safely film/photograph police brutality, as well as information on YOUR rights as you do so:

Please be aware that different states have different laws on the matter.  Check into them so you can know you specific laws, and what to expect if you film the police.  Also check with your state’s chapter of the ACLU; many of them have tips on this matter, and some have pocket foldouts of your rights that you can use to convince the police that no, you aren’t doing anything wrong.

Stay woke.

There’s an app by the New Jersey ACLU called Police Tape that not only lets you record video and audio discreetly, but the data is backed up in the ACLU servers, meaning you will retain a copy of the recording should your phone be confiscated or destroyed.

Despite the laws in some states, The Supreme Court says you have the right to record police, and so does the Department of Justice.

I’d appreciate if you reblogged this, to get the word out.

Stay woke.

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myvoicemyright:

Acid attack survivors in India model new clothing range for powerful photoshoot

Survivors of acid attacks in India have become the face of a new clothing range designed by a woman who had acid thrown in her face while she was asleep four years ago.Delhi-based designer Rupa and her friends Rita, Sonam, Laxmi and Chanchal modelled the clothes from her new range, Rupa Designs, for photographer Rahul Saharan.

Rupa suffered extensive injuries when her stepmother threw acid in her face while she was sleeping in 2008.

She was allegedly left without any medical aid for six hours before her uncle found her and transported her to hospital, where she underwent eleven operations and spent three months being cared for.

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thesisonadolescence:

@tabithalou: This what they not showing you on the media. These young men cleaning up after the riot. #Ferguson

thesisonadolescence:

@tabithalou: This what they not showing you on the media. These young men cleaning up after the riot. #Ferguson

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quentintortellini:

History Parallels

1st image: 1967 Newark Riots

2nd image: 2014 Ferguson Protests

3rd image: 1964 Harlem Riots

4th image: 2014 Ferguson Protests

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glossoblogia:

lol are anarchists seriously fucking over the people in ferguson by using the protests as an excuse to burn shit with impunity and live out their fantasies of throwing molotovs at things? good job treating a violently suppressed protest as a fucking theme park at other people’s expense. another victory for anarchy

glossoblogia:

lol are anarchists seriously fucking over the people in ferguson by using the protests as an excuse to burn shit with impunity and live out their fantasies of throwing molotovs at things? good job treating a violently suppressed protest as a fucking theme park at other people’s expense. another victory for anarchy

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