peace already
moonglade-poetess:

tastefullyoffensive:

Bop it, Twist it, Pull it, Spin it, Flick it.


fixed it.

moonglade-poetess:

tastefullyoffensive:

Bop it, Twist it, Pull it, Spin it, Flick it.

fixed it.

giraffepoliceforce:

"You can’t just change the race of cultural icons like Captain America! It’s an important part of their identity and message!"

Jesus: Ah yes.

Jesus: Can’t imagine who would do that.

Jesus: What a shame.

taiey:

Martha Jones + character traits

Magnaminous: generous in forgiving an insult or injury; free from petty resentfulness or vindictiveness.

(Also see: her relationships with her family and the Doctor to at least some extent.)

mittiepaul:

The way some people freak out about pumpkin spice stuff coming back you’d think it’s a rare drug from a desert planet or something…

japhers:

folwer:

but its important

IM SORRY BUT IM DYING THEY LOOK LIKE A BOY BAND

japhers:

folwer:

but its important

IM SORRY BUT IM DYING THEY LOOK LIKE A BOY BAND

Getting an education is like getting a communicable sexual disease. It made you unsuitable for a lot of jobs and then you had the urge to pass it on.
Hogfather. (via super-snurtle)

flirting-with-fairies:

sixpenceee:

The chip is a 20-millimeter square, about 7 millimeters thick, and each day, it dispenses 30 micrograms of a hormone called levonorgestrel, which has already been used in several kinds of contraceptives. 

A woman can turn the device on and off with a click off a button so unlike other contraceptives a woman doesn’t have to go to a clinic to deactivate it. It also lasts up to 16 years. 

The chip is implanted under the skin of the buttocks, upper arm, or abdomen

It was developed developed by MicroCHIPS of Lexington, Massachusetts, the device will begin testing in 2015. The goal is to have it on the market by 2018.

SOURCE & MORE INFORMATION

so when u get turned on you turn it on

womenpacific:

juliosalgado83:

I was lucky go catch Terisa Siagatonu throw it down with this beautiful poem on Saturday at Jean Melesaine’s Navigating Queer Waves show at Galería de la Raza I love how these badass poets of color are queerifying the world one poem at a time!
NOTE: This is only part of the poem. 

“Terisa Tinei Siagatonu is a 1st/2nd generation spoken word artist and arts educator born and rooted in the Bay Area. Her emergence into the spoken word world as a queer Samoan womyn and activist has granted her opportunities to perform on stages ranging from San Francisco’s historical Herbst Theatre to the White House. The most memorable moment in her career was receiving President Obama’s Champion of Change Award for her activism as a Pacific Islander spoken word artist and arts activist in her community. Off stage, she is a first-year graduate student working toward her master’s degree in Marriage/Family Therapy at the University of Southern California in Los Angeles.”

womenpacific:

juliosalgado83:

I was lucky go catch Terisa Siagatonu throw it down with this beautiful poem on Saturday at Jean Melesaine’s Navigating Queer Waves show at Galería de la Raza I love how these badass poets of color are queerifying the world one poem at a time!

NOTE: This is only part of the poem. 

Terisa Tinei Siagatonu is a 1st/2nd generation spoken word artist and arts educator born and rooted in the Bay Area. Her emergence into the spoken word world as a queer Samoan womyn and activist has granted her opportunities to perform on stages ranging from San Francisco’s historical Herbst Theatre to the White House. The most memorable moment in her career was receiving President Obama’s Champion of Change Award for her activism as a Pacific Islander spoken word artist and arts activist in her community. Off stage, she is a first-year graduate student working toward her master’s degree in Marriage/Family Therapy at the University of Southern California in Los Angeles.”

nateswinehart:

Being good to each other is so important, guys.