soullesshusk:

am-memopad:

Celtic Knot (fast)

now just wait a fucking second

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This is what Whitlam did

popthirdworld:

Basics:
- Introduced universal healthcare
- Introduced no-fault divorce
- Introduced Racial Discimination Act
- Introduced the Trade Practices Act
- Established Family Court
- Established Legal Aid
- Made unis free
- Sewered poor suburbs
- Abolished (federal) death…

Things all Australians need to be aware of today, and every day the Abbott government is in power.

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susiethemoderator:

Lately, feminists like Annie Lennox, bell hooks and Emma Watson have taken issue with Beyoncé’s sexual openness. While trying to discredit Beyoncé as a feminist, they seem to have forgotten one of the most important parts of Chimamanda’s speech in ***Flawless.

"What does a lady dress like, exactly? And who decided what a lady looks like? What bearing should one’s clothing have on one’s identification as a feminist? This is exactly the kind of misogynist policing we’ve fought tooth and claw against for decades, and to level this line of “reasoning” at Beyoncé is not only antifeminist, it is despicable." (x)

We should also note that Black Women are perceived and fetishized as hyper sexual. Which is why mainstream feminists willingly call Miley Cyrus, Iggy Azalea, and Katy Perry revolutionary and in charge of their bodies meanwhile demonizing Rihanna, Nicki Minaj, and Beyonce.

“As I was watching [Beyonce’s visual album] I felt very conflicted. I felt her message felt very conflicted in the sense that on the one hand she is putting herself in a category of a feminist, but then the camera, it felt very male, such a male voyeuristic experience of her.”

Not even kind of shocked that Emma Watson said this. I had a feeling she didn’t really get a grip on feminism, and now I know she doesn’t. 

Women can have and celebrate their sexual identities without being objects for men.

Women can have and celebrate their sexual identities without being objects for men.

Women can have and celebrate their sexual identities without being objects for men.

And the fact that all Emma saw in the video was a woman acting/dressing/dancing a certain way to ultimately please a man, proves she has a long damn way to go. She hasn’t even retaught herself how to think and see women.

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fucknobadtattoos:

In Australia, we have the sport of AFL. This girl I went to school with is in love with the team Collingwood - she follows stalks the players, goes to every game all over the country and generally just is OTT.
That gap between the C and the Ls is huge, as well as wonky. The lining of ‘Premiers’ thins out and that right star looks like it tore itself a new one. The whole idea that she got a tattoo for a football team makes me cringe, and she also got another team related one that wasn’t as stupid. Alas, she did get another tattoo that screams cliché white girl.
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This is so Australian it hurts.

fucknobadtattoos:

In Australia, we have the sport of AFL. This girl I went to school with is in love with the team Collingwood - she follows stalks the players, goes to every game all over the country and generally just is OTT.

That gap between the C and the Ls is huge, as well as wonky. The lining of ‘Premiers’ thins out and that right star looks like it tore itself a new one. The whole idea that she got a tattoo for a football team makes me cringe, and she also got another team related one that wasn’t as stupid. Alas, she did get another tattoo that screams cliché white girl.

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This is so Australian it hurts.

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zebablah:

foxxxynegrodamus:

vacancyprojects:

Kanye West going crazy to A-ha’s “Take On Me”

ME AS HELL

pure joy

All I wanna do is cuddle Kanye.

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nubbsgalore:

during the autumn rutting season, red deer stag find themselves „„„„„„,with elaborate bracken crowns from having rubbed their heads against the ground, which they do to strengthen their neck muscles so as to help them in battle with those competing for the affections of the does. photos by (click pic) mark smith, toby melville, luke millward and greg morgan in london’s richmond park. (see also: more autumn rut in richmond park)

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slurhater:

seriously though bisexuality being defined as attraction to men and women is a heterosexual’s definition of bisexuality actual bisexual groups and organizations have been defining it as attraction to two or more genders or same and other genders since the nineties and plenty of nb people actually id as bi and refusing to accept how we define ourselves is so absurdly biphobic and heterosexist and jfc it’s 2014 can other queer people fucking realize and acknowledge this

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feministkiss:

Today Australia lost one of our greatest Prime Ministers. Gough Whitlam was a champion of all people. The first world leader to appoint a minister for women, he encouraged youth to get involved in politics and lowered the voting age to 18. He did so much for our nation and changed the lives of all Australians for the better.  He did more in three years then many leaders achieve in multiple terms. Today, along with thousands of other Australians I lost a hero. 
Thank you Mr Whitlam. For Medicare, for land rights, the racial discrimination act, for a generation of free education, the end of the death penalty and conscription, for legal aid, family court, for everything you did for our nation. Rest in peace.

feministkiss:

Today Australia lost one of our greatest Prime Ministers. Gough Whitlam was a champion of all people. The first world leader to appoint a minister for women, he encouraged youth to get involved in politics and lowered the voting age to 18. He did so much for our nation and changed the lives of all Australians for the better.  He did more in three years then many leaders achieve in multiple terms. Today, along with thousands of other Australians I lost a hero. 

Thank you Mr Whitlam. For Medicare, for land rights, the racial discrimination act, for a generation of free education, the end of the death penalty and conscription, for legal aid, family court, for everything you did for our nation. Rest in peace.

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