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comedycentral:

Click here to watch more of Jordan Klepper and Jessica Williams’s safety tips for college students from The Daily Show.

edsock:

whenever i feel unattractive i just look at this picture of robert pattinson 

edsock:

whenever i feel unattractive i just look at this picture of robert pattinson 

aethracaelis:

adreamerofimpossibledreams:

WAKE UP WORLD #YesAllWomen

That steak analogy is my favorite,

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atane:

elidutton:

owning-my-truth:

atane:

White “allies”

yup.

But if it was “white power” she’d be racist and probably beat. But you know, it’s whatever.

Black power ≠ white power
Black power = Resistance. A response to the abuse and subjugation of white supremacy. Recognizing the humanity of Blackness. Black people uplifting themselves from the margins. A rallying cry of self-love, self-actualization and autonomy. Black power does not mean the subjugation and abuse or torment of white people. It has never meant this and it never will. Show me the examples of “Black power” chants stripping whites of anything.
white power = white supremacy, subjugation, abuse and torment of everyone not white. Anywhere chants of “white power” ring, hatred follows behind. Look no further than the people who scream “white power” and why they say it.
This stuff is not hard to understand or figure out.
The fact that a white woman is in that Ferguson crowd unharmed is proof positive that a chant of “Black power” is not about dehumanizing, abusing, torturing or subjugating white people. Black people are not even in the position to do that. 
On the other hand, ask yourself, what would happen to a lone Black person in a crowd of white supremacists chanting “white power”? Would that black person be safe?
The ignorant think “Black power” means enacting to white people what “white power” has enacted to Black people.

atane:

elidutton:

owning-my-truth:

atane:

White “allies”

yup.

But if it was “white power” she’d be racist and probably beat. But you know, it’s whatever.

Black power ≠ white power

Black power = Resistance. A response to the abuse and subjugation of white supremacy. Recognizing the humanity of Blackness. Black people uplifting themselves from the margins. A rallying cry of self-love, self-actualization and autonomy. Black power does not mean the subjugation and abuse or torment of white people. It has never meant this and it never will. Show me the examples of “Black power” chants stripping whites of anything.

white power = white supremacy, subjugation, abuse and torment of everyone not white. Anywhere chants of “white power” ring, hatred follows behind. Look no further than the people who scream “white power” and why they say it.

This stuff is not hard to understand or figure out.

The fact that a white woman is in that Ferguson crowd unharmed is proof positive that a chant of “Black power” is not about dehumanizing, abusing, torturing or subjugating white people. Black people are not even in the position to do that.

On the other hand, ask yourself, what would happen to a lone Black person in a crowd of white supremacists chanting “white power”? Would that black person be safe?

The ignorant think “Black power” means enacting to white people what “white power” has enacted to Black people.

thebicker:

I’ve seen a few people sharing this gem ‘round the Interwebz today, and yes, it is exactly as excruciating as one might imagine. Here’s the best quote, though:

I can’t pretend I completely understand how these people feel after the fun is over and the (loan) repayments begin, but I can say that I really don’t feel bad for them. 
Why not? Because I worked hard to avoid taking out loans. My wonderful parents and grandmother helped me pay for my education, but in the end, it was a few decisions I made that saved me the burden of borrowing money I would never have been able to pay back.
Her conceit is that she lived at home to save money, therefore, she has better sense and judgement than anyone who has ever decided to go to college outside of their hometown. 
She doesn’t feel bad for you, you foolish fools with your dreams of college degrees! She did it all by herself with the help of extended family! Like, if a white girl’s still-married parents and also her grandparents could pull together and pay her tuition so she doesn’t have loans, and also they probably didn’t ask for any help with the bills and groceries, what’s your excuse for taking out loans to fund your education that you basically need in America? PLUS, as she points out, her mom likes to sing LMFAO when she does laundry and her brothers are annoying. You just don’t understand her suffering.

As one commenter points out: “This piece shouldn’t be called ‘unpopular opinion,’ it should be called ‘unexamined privilege.’”

kittehkats:

Even Betty Draper would have wanted to rock this ’50s-style cat dress ($90).
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kittehkats:

Even Betty Draper would have wanted to rock this ’50s-style cat dress ($90).

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radboysehun:

im ok w spending $40 on food but wont buy a $40 shirt

eatyourpie:

unicorn-ghost:

i’ve been waiting for this photoset my whole life

thank you

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