July 28, 2014
confusedcatsagainstfeminism:

I don’t need feminism because I like it when a man opens the door for me to enter a room. And then leave it again. And enter. And leave. And… enter. No wait, leave, definitely leave. Wait, I mean enter…
—
Confused Cats Against Feminism is a project of We Hunted the Mammoth:The New Misogyny, tracked and mocked.

confusedcatsagainstfeminism:

I don’t need feminism because I like it when a man opens the door for me to enter a room. And then leave it again. And enter. And leave. And… enter. No wait, leave, definitely leave. Wait, I mean enter…

Confused Cats Against Feminism is a project of We Hunted the Mammoth:The New Misogyny, tracked and mocked.

(via spocks)

July 17, 2014
futurefantastic:

and here’s Jesus clearly handling the ball. yellow card

futurefantastic:

and here’s Jesus clearly handling the ball. yellow card

(via face-down-asgard-up)

July 17, 2014
surlytemple:

Literal LOLs courtesy of legend boss @pennymodra’s glossary of artistic terms in the @niteart printed companion. #artmelbourne

surlytemple:

Literal LOLs courtesy of legend boss @pennymodra’s glossary of artistic terms in the @niteart printed companion. #artmelbourne

July 15, 2014

fashion-runways:

RAMI KADI Un Souffle d’Orient Collection

I want it all.

(via withabang)

July 6, 2014
Yes I will have some mushrooms with my industrial quantities of cheese (and polenta). #whatafriendwehaveincheeses

Yes I will have some mushrooms with my industrial quantities of cheese (and polenta). #whatafriendwehaveincheeses

July 6, 2014
Ottolenghi has an answer for you if you’re thinking about buying half a kilo of taleggio cheese. #whatafriendwehaveincheeses

Ottolenghi has an answer for you if you’re thinking about buying half a kilo of taleggio cheese. #whatafriendwehaveincheeses

July 5, 2014
the-history-of-fighting:

Dahomey’s Warrior Women

Speaking of West Africa, the Dahomey Warrior Women involves a fascinating history that spans nearly 200 years. It was during this time that the elite squad of female warriors fought and died for the border rights and inter-tribal issues in the ancient kingdom of Dahomey.
These women, who outranked their male counterparts, were given far more privileges, including the ability to  come and go from the palaces as they pleased (unlike the men). They were so revered for their warrior prowess, The Smithsonian explains, that men were taught to keep their distance:
“Recruiting women into the Dahomean army was not especially difficult, despite the requirement to climb thorn hedges and risk life and limb in battle. Most West African women lived lives of forced drudgery. Gezo’s female troops lived in his compound and were kept well supplied with tobacco, alcohol and slaves – as many as 50 to each warrior, according to the noted traveler Sir Richard Burton, who visited Dahomey in the 1860s. And “when amazons walked out of the palace,” notes Alpern, “they were preceded by a slave girl carrying a bell. The sound told every male to get out of their path, retire a certain distance, and look the other way.” To even touch these women meant death.”
Yet as colonialist ambitions grew in the region, the Dahomey female warriors eventually grew sparse. Fierce combat missions to crush the independent kingdom eventually succeeded, and in the 1940s, it is said that the last of the female warriors died.
www.care2.com

the-history-of-fighting:

Dahomey’s Warrior Women

Speaking of West Africa, the Dahomey Warrior Women involves a fascinating history that spans nearly 200 years. It was during this time that the elite squad of female warriors fought and died for the border rights and inter-tribal issues in the ancient kingdom of Dahomey.

These women, who outranked their male counterparts, were given far more privileges, including the ability to  come and go from the palaces as they pleased (unlike the men). They were so revered for their warrior prowess, The Smithsonian explains, that men were taught to keep their distance:

“Recruiting women into the Dahomean army was not especially difficult, despite the requirement to climb thorn hedges and risk life and limb in battle. Most West African women lived lives of forced drudgery. Gezo’s female troops lived in his compound and were kept well supplied with tobacco, alcohol and slaves – as many as 50 to each warrior, according to the noted traveler Sir Richard Burton, who visited Dahomey in the 1860s. And “when amazons walked out of the palace,” notes Alpern, “they were preceded by a slave girl carrying a bell. The sound told every male to get out of their path, retire a certain distance, and look the other way.” To even touch these women meant death.”

Yet as colonialist ambitions grew in the region, the Dahomey female warriors eventually grew sparse. Fierce combat missions to crush the independent kingdom eventually succeeded, and in the 1940s, it is said that the last of the female warriors died.

www.care2.com

(via blackwomenworldhistory)

June 19, 2014

lil-c0met:

robertkazinsky:

The important thing is that you all keep searching for your own answers. I’ll tell you one thing about the universe, though. The universe is a pretty big place. It’s bigger than anything anyone has ever dreamed of before. So if it’s just us… seems like an awful waste of space. Right?

so many heroes in one gifset <3

WHERE IS MY DAMN LADY EXPENDABLES MOVIE

June 18, 2014
hantisedeloubli:

My hair and this bathing suit are a match made in mermaid heaven.
NOT FOR PORN, BBW, FETISH OR WHATEVER BLOGS. I don’t care what nomenclature you have for your blog. If you post a lot of explicit content, don’t reblog me. I think I’ve made myself clear.

Lady Mermaid Takes A Day On The Coast

hantisedeloubli:

My hair and this bathing suit are a match made in mermaid heaven.

NOT FOR PORN, BBW, FETISH OR WHATEVER BLOGS. I don’t care what nomenclature you have for your blog. If you post a lot of explicit content, don’t reblog me. I think I’ve made myself clear.

Lady Mermaid Takes A Day On The Coast

(via heyfatchick)

June 10, 2014
"oh god,
why
am I so much more sensitive than everybody else ?
why
do I feel things so much more acutely than them,
and understand so much more.
I bet I’m the first person who’s ever felt as rotten as this.
could it be
that I’m going to grow up
to be a great poet and thinker, and all those other wankers in my class
are going to have to work in factories or go on the dole?
yes, I think it could."

Rick’s Teen Anguish Poem - Bachelor Boys: The Young Ones Book (via genuinecheerleader)

(via intrazone)

Liked posts on Tumblr: More liked posts »