catgirl2525:

Cute baby otters!

gheilaxy:

kris: fuck SM.
jessica: fuck SM.
me: fuck SM.
sones: fuck SM.
exo-l: fuck SM.
kpop fandom: fuck SM.
obama: fuck SM.
my cat: fuck SM.
yg: LOL
jyp: *whispers* jyp

alexbluebonnets:

Holy shit.

alexbluebonnets:

Holy shit.

livingyoungwildandfit:

girilla-warfare:

Are you fucking kidding me
People are capable of doing this and I can’t even drink from a cup without spilling some on my boobs

Reblogging for both the awesome gif and the awesome comment.


This

livingyoungwildandfit:

girilla-warfare:

Are you fucking kidding me

People are capable of doing this and I can’t even drink from a cup without spilling some on my boobs

Reblogging for both the awesome gif and the awesome comment.

This

(Source: radissonclaire)

nadiezda:

I’ve seen some posts making this guilt trip of how the people who like to dress up as a sugar skull or the Catrina for halloween or whatever is racist and cultural appropriation.

Nah, it’s completely fine, as long as you are not totally ignorant about it or disrespectful.

Sugar skull represents the deceased, in a joyful manner. And the Catrina is just a social critic which became an icon later on for the day of the dead and Mexico. 

It is not offensive to turn this into a costume or an accessory because it already is, so if you want to dress up like sugar skulls on Halloween, do so, but atleast know it’s value.

Be open minded, don’t even hate, and share this rich culture we have with the rest of humanity, chill.

This post is about that eradicating guilt trip and blaming, and turn it into self awareness

(Source: sandandglass)

wocinsolidarity:

Saudi women demand end of male control



Activists say the laws restricting women in the kingdom are not based in religious teachings.
Saudi women activists have petitioned the country’s consultative council to back a demand to curb the “absolute authority” of male guardians over women in the kingdom, a signatory has said.
Activist Aziza Yousef told AFP news agency on Sunday that “rights activists have petitioned the Shura (consultative) Council on the occasion of the International Women’s Day [on March 8] demanding an end to the absolute authority of men over women”.
They demanded “measures to protect [women’s] rights,” in their petition to the Shura Council, she said.
Saudi Arabia imposes a strict interpretation of Islamic law, forbidding women to work or travel without the authorisation of their male guardians.
It is also the only country in the world that bans women from driving, and a woman cannot obtain an identification card without the consent of her guardian.
Laws in the kingdom enforcing such restrictions on women “are not based on religious” teachings, said Yousef.
The petition, signed by 10 female activists, also calls for allowing women to drive.
Three female members of the Shura Council presented a recommendation that women be given the right to drive in October, but the male-dominated 150-member assembly blocked the proposal.
Women in Saudi must obtain permission from a male guardian to perform “certain surgeries” and to “leave the university campus during study hours,” she added.
She cited a recent case in which a pregnant student had to give birth on campus after a women-only university in Riyadh denied access to paramedics.
And a university student died in February after paramedics were prevented from entering her campus because they were not accompanied by a male guardian, a must according to the strict segregation rules in the Muslim kingdom.
The Shura Council is appointed by the king and advises the monarch on policy, but cannot legislate.

wocinsolidarity:

Saudi women demand end of male control

Activists say the laws restricting women in the kingdom are not based in religious teachings.

Saudi women activists have petitioned the country’s consultative council to back a demand to curb the “absolute authority” of male guardians over women in the kingdom, a signatory has said.

Activist Aziza Yousef told AFP news agency on Sunday that “rights activists have petitioned the Shura (consultative) Council on the occasion of the International Women’s Day [on March 8] demanding an end to the absolute authority of men over women”.

They demanded “measures to protect [women’s] rights,” in their petition to the Shura Council, she said.

Saudi Arabia imposes a strict interpretation of Islamic law, forbidding women to work or travel without the authorisation of their male guardians.

It is also the only country in the world that bans women from driving, and a woman cannot obtain an identification card without the consent of her guardian.

Laws in the kingdom enforcing such restrictions on women “are not based on religious” teachings, said Yousef.

The petition, signed by 10 female activists, also calls for allowing women to drive.

Three female members of the Shura Council presented a recommendation that women be given the right to drive in October, but the male-dominated 150-member assembly blocked the proposal.

Women in Saudi must obtain permission from a male guardian to perform “certain surgeries” and to “leave the university campus during study hours,” she added.

She cited a recent case in which a pregnant student had to give birth on campus after a women-only university in Riyadh denied access to paramedics.

And a university student died in February after paramedics were prevented from entering her campus because they were not accompanied by a male guardian, a must according to the strict segregation rules in the Muslim kingdom.

The Shura Council is appointed by the king and advises the monarch on policy, but cannot legislate.

Holy Moley

O.O Shin Minah is going to be on Running Man next week! I am so happy! I love her! Excited!! Also this week’s eps made me die laughind! Loved it! RM singing to One Night Only was so awesone. My cheeks hurt from laughing.

anomaly1:

gang0fwolves:

thecogsofmycranium:

A’shop

Holy shit

wow

nopantsrevolution:

danglingthpider:

phlynn:

please dont make disney characters have tattoos and piercings and blackhair and stretchers

please

stop

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