emotionalabuseawareness:

purenting:

So I noticed this first photo had been reblogged like 5,000 times with comments…I found this second one a few weeks ago…here it is again…side by side. I vote for number 2. Don’t hit your children.

Small correction:

I definitely vote for number 2 too.

White women’s feminisms still center around equality…. Black women’s feminisms demand justice. There is a difference. One kind of feminism focuses on the policies that will help women integrate fully into the existing American system. The other recognizes the fundamental flaws in the system and seeks its complete and total transformation.

blitzritter:

trying to see if your friend also likes yaoi
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pillfox:

It’s ol grandpappy fursuit

littledeerling:

INKTOBER #01

all she wanted was a pizza…

dinolich:

theamazingspiderboy:

AND SHE’S BRUCE WAYNE’S COUSIN

#fakegeekboys

lilylilymine:

So since it is getting close to Halloween I REALLY want to recommend my favorite scary manga. Orochi by Kazuo Umezu 
Orochi is a bit like the Twilight Zone, with stand-alone stories, sometimes supernatural sometimes simply tragic or strange.
The only thing connecting them is the titular mysterious narrator Orochi, an immortal being who doesn’t know her own past. She has strange powers, and appears to be a young girl, she’s perpetually an outsider in almost all the stories, occasionally intervening but ultimately alone. 
Only one volume of Orochi was ever translated to English, Called “Orochi: Blood” a tale about two sisters and bitter jealousy and love. you can buy it HERE even though its out of print!
Although Orochi:Blood is very good my favorite story is probably Orochi:Battle. Battle asks the audience to question the very core of what makes a person good or bad, when a son finds out his fathers terrible secret past. “Battle” stuck with me for a long time after I read it and I still feel very strongly about it its very good.
you can find that story HERE!
Orochi was originally drawn in the 70s, so the look is very different, its often rough and ugly, but in a way I really like, the ugliness is beautiful. 
so check it out!

lilylilymine:

So since it is getting close to Halloween I REALLY want to recommend my favorite scary manga. Orochi by Kazuo Umezu

Orochi is a bit like the Twilight Zone, with stand-alone stories, sometimes supernatural sometimes simply tragic or strange.

The only thing connecting them is the titular mysterious narrator Orochi, an immortal being who doesn’t know her own past. She has strange powers, and appears to be a young girl, she’s perpetually an outsider in almost all the stories, occasionally intervening but ultimately alone.

Only one volume of Orochi was ever translated to English, Called “Orochi: Blood” a tale about two sisters and bitter jealousy and love. you can buy it HERE even though its out of print!

Although Orochi:Blood is very good my favorite story is probably Orochi:Battle. Battle asks the audience to question the very core of what makes a person good or bad, when a son finds out his fathers terrible secret past. “Battle” stuck with me for a long time after I read it and I still feel very strongly about it its very good.

you can find that story HERE!

Orochi was originally drawn in the 70s, so the look is very different, its often rough and ugly, but in a way I really like, the ugliness is beautiful.

so check it out!

Salinger

literarystarbucks:

J.D. Salinger goes up to the counter and orders an iced skinny flavored latte. He pays for it, but when the barista tries to give it to him, he instead attempts to engage her in conversation, claiming that he didn’t really want the coffee in the first place. Also, everyone is a phony.

little-miss-fats:

source: robot-hugs

has anyone posted this yet? I love it! 


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