the-spooky-agender:

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pinebark:

thx to everyone who’s checked out my new zine THESE WERE FREE ON MY BLOG already! if you haven’t yet and you wanna see like 22 pages of this kind of thing you can get it at gumroad!

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When The Media Treats White Suspects And Killers Better Than Black Victicms.

curvesincolor:

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via The Huffington Post.

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subtilitas:

Bergmeisterwolf - Villa P, Novacella 2013. Via, photos (C) Lukas Schaller.  subtilitas:

Bergmeisterwolf - Villa P, Novacella 2013. Via, photos (C) Lukas Schaller.  subtilitas:

Bergmeisterwolf - Villa P, Novacella 2013. Via, photos (C) Lukas Schaller.  subtilitas:

Bergmeisterwolf - Villa P, Novacella 2013. Via, photos (C) Lukas Schaller.  subtilitas:

Bergmeisterwolf - Villa P, Novacella 2013. Via, photos (C) Lukas Schaller.  subtilitas:

Bergmeisterwolf - Villa P, Novacella 2013. Via, photos (C) Lukas Schaller.  subtilitas:

Bergmeisterwolf - Villa P, Novacella 2013. Via, photos (C) Lukas Schaller.  subtilitas:

Bergmeisterwolf - Villa P, Novacella 2013. Via, photos (C) Lukas Schaller. 

american-fuckin-horror-story:

dreamer-held-captive:

puppet-not-master:

I will rip off your limbs and hit you with them

True friendship at it’s prime. 

wake up i’m blind and i want cereal

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caraknightley:

colorfulrussianfireworks:

iVE BEEN LOOKING EVERYWHERE FOR THIS FUCKING VIDEO AND I FINALLY FOUND IT AND ITS CAUSING ME CHEST PAINS

I FORGOT ABOUT THIS VIDEO UNTIL APPROXXIMATELY 3 MINUTES AGO AND IM LAUGHING OS HARD

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niaking:

Out of the box and into the bookstore! My book is now available on Amazon.com. If you live in the Bay, you can also find it at Pegasus Books in Rockridge (Oakland) or the one in downtown Berkeley.
Please help spread the word about this book on social media using the hashtag #QTAOC (for Queer and Trans Artists of Color).
Thanks to @WeilyLang and Kelly ShortAndQueer for sending my photos of themselves with the book! If you post photos of YOURself with the book and tag them #QTAOC, I will be sure to reblog them! <3
niaking:

Out of the box and into the bookstore! My book is now available on Amazon.com. If you live in the Bay, you can also find it at Pegasus Books in Rockridge (Oakland) or the one in downtown Berkeley.
Please help spread the word about this book on social media using the hashtag #QTAOC (for Queer and Trans Artists of Color).
Thanks to @WeilyLang and Kelly ShortAndQueer for sending my photos of themselves with the book! If you post photos of YOURself with the book and tag them #QTAOC, I will be sure to reblog them! <3
niaking:

Out of the box and into the bookstore! My book is now available on Amazon.com. If you live in the Bay, you can also find it at Pegasus Books in Rockridge (Oakland) or the one in downtown Berkeley.
Please help spread the word about this book on social media using the hashtag #QTAOC (for Queer and Trans Artists of Color).
Thanks to @WeilyLang and Kelly ShortAndQueer for sending my photos of themselves with the book! If you post photos of YOURself with the book and tag them #QTAOC, I will be sure to reblog them! <3
niaking:

Out of the box and into the bookstore! My book is now available on Amazon.com. If you live in the Bay, you can also find it at Pegasus Books in Rockridge (Oakland) or the one in downtown Berkeley.
Please help spread the word about this book on social media using the hashtag #QTAOC (for Queer and Trans Artists of Color).
Thanks to @WeilyLang and Kelly ShortAndQueer for sending my photos of themselves with the book! If you post photos of YOURself with the book and tag them #QTAOC, I will be sure to reblog them! <3

niaking:

Out of the box and into the bookstore! My book is now available on Amazon.com. If you live in the Bay, you can also find it at Pegasus Books in Rockridge (Oakland) or the one in downtown Berkeley.

Please help spread the word about this book on social media using the hashtag #QTAOC (for Queer and Trans Artists of Color).

Thanks to @WeilyLang and Kelly ShortAndQueer for sending my photos of themselves with the book! If you post photos of YOURself with the book and tag them #QTAOC, I will be sure to reblog them! <3

(via projectqueer)

lifeoutsidethebinary:

hotguysandpizza:

jesuschrist-official:

THIS IS SEVERELY IMPORTANT

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FYI we have it since 2013
Can i get a hell yeah for germany ?

ok no guys this law is super fucked up tho??? also nice job at using the H-slur in an article about intersex people.

but seriously, people who are given the X marker are not allowed to marry in Germany. and, though i cant source this, I did read an article stating that by “the parents get to choose the gender marker” they mean “the parents get to choose whether or not to opt for genital surgery of the child, and then have a sex marker that matches”. parents do not get to choose to gender the child M or F unless the child undergoes non-consensual sex assignment surgery, which is highly traumatic and can cause long-lasting mental and physical health repercussions for the child.

People who are given the X marker will be opening themselves up to discrimination (which is why parents should be able to choose an M or F marker for their child without having to operate on them), so this new law pressures parents to make quick decisions about sex assignment surgery for their newborn babies.

I’m sorry to post negative stuff to this blog but people need to stop praising Germany and thinking this was somehow a compassionate move on their part. 

red3blog:

This is from March of 1989 and was on the #3 rated show in the country. I’m having a hard time imagining anything similar today because so many people are committed to the myth that this lesson has been learned.
red3blog:

This is from March of 1989 and was on the #3 rated show in the country. I’m having a hard time imagining anything similar today because so many people are committed to the myth that this lesson has been learned.
red3blog:

This is from March of 1989 and was on the #3 rated show in the country. I’m having a hard time imagining anything similar today because so many people are committed to the myth that this lesson has been learned.
red3blog:

This is from March of 1989 and was on the #3 rated show in the country. I’m having a hard time imagining anything similar today because so many people are committed to the myth that this lesson has been learned.
red3blog:

This is from March of 1989 and was on the #3 rated show in the country. I’m having a hard time imagining anything similar today because so many people are committed to the myth that this lesson has been learned.
red3blog:

This is from March of 1989 and was on the #3 rated show in the country. I’m having a hard time imagining anything similar today because so many people are committed to the myth that this lesson has been learned.
red3blog:

This is from March of 1989 and was on the #3 rated show in the country. I’m having a hard time imagining anything similar today because so many people are committed to the myth that this lesson has been learned.
red3blog:

This is from March of 1989 and was on the #3 rated show in the country. I’m having a hard time imagining anything similar today because so many people are committed to the myth that this lesson has been learned.
red3blog:

This is from March of 1989 and was on the #3 rated show in the country. I’m having a hard time imagining anything similar today because so many people are committed to the myth that this lesson has been learned.
red3blog:

This is from March of 1989 and was on the #3 rated show in the country. I’m having a hard time imagining anything similar today because so many people are committed to the myth that this lesson has been learned.

red3blog:

This is from March of 1989 and was on the #3 rated show in the country. I’m having a hard time imagining anything similar today because so many people are committed to the myth that this lesson has been learned.

(via be-a-riot-grrrl)

gdfalksen:

Nightmare teddy dog thing…..

ceramicsnow:



Michael Boroniec: Spatial Spirals, 2014
What began with teapots and a single spiral, has evolved into a series of vases that vary in form, degree of expansion, and number of coils. Each vessel is wheel thrown then deconstructed. This process reveals aspects of the vase that most rarely encounter. 
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Michael Boroniec: Spatial Spirals, 2014
What began with teapots and a single spiral, has evolved into a series of vases that vary in form, degree of expansion, and number of coils. Each vessel is wheel thrown then deconstructed. This process reveals aspects of the vase that most rarely encounter. 
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Michael Boroniec: Spatial Spirals, 2014
What began with teapots and a single spiral, has evolved into a series of vases that vary in form, degree of expansion, and number of coils. Each vessel is wheel thrown then deconstructed. This process reveals aspects of the vase that most rarely encounter. 
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Michael Boroniec: Spatial Spirals, 2014
What began with teapots and a single spiral, has evolved into a series of vases that vary in form, degree of expansion, and number of coils. Each vessel is wheel thrown then deconstructed. This process reveals aspects of the vase that most rarely encounter. 
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Michael Boroniec: Spatial Spirals, 2014
What began with teapots and a single spiral, has evolved into a series of vases that vary in form, degree of expansion, and number of coils. Each vessel is wheel thrown then deconstructed. This process reveals aspects of the vase that most rarely encounter. 
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Michael Boroniec: Spatial Spirals, 2014
What began with teapots and a single spiral, has evolved into a series of vases that vary in form, degree of expansion, and number of coils. Each vessel is wheel thrown then deconstructed. This process reveals aspects of the vase that most rarely encounter. 
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Michael Boroniec: Spatial Spirals, 2014
What began with teapots and a single spiral, has evolved into a series of vases that vary in form, degree of expansion, and number of coils. Each vessel is wheel thrown then deconstructed. This process reveals aspects of the vase that most rarely encounter. 
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Michael Boroniec: Spatial Spirals, 2014
What began with teapots and a single spiral, has evolved into a series of vases that vary in form, degree of expansion, and number of coils. Each vessel is wheel thrown then deconstructed. This process reveals aspects of the vase that most rarely encounter. 
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ceramicsnow:

Michael Boroniec: Spatial Spirals, 2014

What began with teapots and a single spiral, has evolved into a series of vases that vary in form, degree of expansion, and number of coils. Each vessel is wheel thrown then deconstructed. This process reveals aspects of the vase that most rarely encounter.

Read More