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Dazed & Confused October 2012Models: Sam Riley & Joan SmallsPhotographer: Sean & Seng
"I’m just simply baffled by the idea that people can be without shelter in a country, and then be treated as criminals for being without shelter"

Sir Nigel Rodley, human rights lawyer and UN committee chairman

33 U.S. cities ban or are considering banning giving food to the homeless

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spookyfiretruckingcupcake:

miss-love:

if I ever see a girl in public who is clearly going for something really bold with her look (crazy hair, makeup, outfit) and looks like she’s maybe uncomfortable or nervous about rocking it, I make sure to go up to her and tell her she looks fierce. It took a lot of courage to go out like that and somebody ought to notice.

changes lives. be sure to do that at least once a day.

you’re the type of person this world needs

bless you

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wifipasswords:

Let’s play a fun game called “we’re just friends but I’d fuck you if you asked”

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"It’s always surprising to me how many young women think they have to be perfect. I rarely meet a young man who doesn’t think he already is."

 Hillary Clinton speaking at Simmons Leadership Conference (via femininefreak)

SHOTS FIRED.

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schrodingers-tribble:

notyour-sidekick:

deerpong:

there’s something very satisfying about buying office supplies but I’m not quite sure how to explain that feeling

the illusion of productivity

that’s it that’s the feeling

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"I shall not easily forget an “environmental” presentation staged by the New York Museum of Natural History in the seventies in which the public was exposed to a long series of exhibits, each depicting examples of pollution and ecological disruption . The exhibit which closed the presentation carried a startling sign, “The Most Dangerous Animal on Earth,” and it consisted simply of a huge mirror which reflected back the human viewer who stood before it. I clearly recall a black child standing before the mirror while a white school teacher tried to explain the message which this arrogant exhibit tried to convey. There were no exhibits of corporate boards or directors planning to deforest a mountainside or government officials acting in collusion with them. The exhibit primarily conveyed one, basically misanthropic, message: people as such, not a rapacious society and its wealthy beneficiaries, are responsible for environmental dislocations — the poor no less than the personally wealthy, people of colour no less than privileged whites, women no less than men, the oppressed no less than the oppressor. A mythical human “species” had replaced classes; individuals had replaced hierarchies; personal tastes (many of which are shaped by a predatory media) had replaced social relationships; and the disempowered who live meagre, isolated lives had replaced giant corporations, self-serving bureaucracies, and the violent paraphernalia of the State."

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"To every heterosexual, mentally abusive, closet racist, fast-food-feeding, let-your-kid-run-around-the-mall-like-a-psycho parent: why do you have, like, nine fucking kids, yet you say gay folks can’t adopt because it might screw the kid up. And I know that America thinks every time a gay couple adopts a child it forces otherwise straight and homophobic pastor Ted Haggart to hire a gay male prostitute and engage in a week long meth-induced fuck spree. I know. He didn’t want to do it, you guys, but then a gay couple adopted and forced him to take an injection of another male prostitute cock. I know, I get it. But I say just because your man-bits fit into some girl-bits doesn’t mean you should have kids. Do you know how many straight people shouldn’t have kids? Go to a movie theater or a IHOP on a Sunday. And don’t tell us two men or two women in the bedroom may cause a child to question his sexuality. Any kid basing his sex life on the sounds coming from his parents bedroom is already fucked beyond repair. If God designed marriage for a man and women, then God is failing. That is below failing, just look at straight and homophobic pastor Ted Haggart, who’s married with children but hired a gay male prostitute to shame-fist him into a meth coma. But you say being gay is being immoral? Really? More immoral than shame-fisting? Because I’d rather have my kids raised by the flaming queer couple down the street than have them spend another night at the church with Father Diddlyhands. Is that why you want adoption restricted, Church? You keeping all the young ones for yourself? If you really think that a child should only be raised by a married couple then I have an idea, let the gays marry assholes! These are people will raise a child for a better reason than the condom broke. You give me one valid argument beside “But God made Adam and Eve, not Adam and Steve.” Really? Because by the looks of it Adam and Eve fucked up big time and maybe Adam should have explored better options. So stop fucking telling us that the Bible says that being gay is unnatural, because I’ve read the Bible and there is a lot of unnatural shit that happens in that book. I would say that a dude dying and rising from the dead in a zombiesque fashion is far less natural than me sucking a cock. Because at least, cock sucking you can prove."

Jamie Kilstein

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felibre:

Hands in the dark
by ALGO

stupih:

sexuality: fictional women who could kick my ass

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