- monthly subscription or
- one time payment
- cancelable any time
"Tell the chef, the beer is on me."
Knowing that trans women of color started the movement in the united states and were literally immediately erased and excluded from what they started is the most deeply jading knowledge.
It is the original sin of the so-called queer community and it damns it from the cradle.
no white gay boy will ever reblog this, watch:
no white gay will reblog this
if u ever feel like u have really weird and specific and intense obsessions, i think you’d benefit from learning about this book i found in the library today
seems like it’s prob a normal book and weasels are a metaphor for something ? right ? like ? that’s what you’d think ? but no; no, look:
it’s literally about women and weasels. women and weasels throughout history. it’s a long, scholarly book about women interacting with cute furry rodent slinkies throughout history
i love you, maurizio bettini, whomever you may be. you keep doin you.
I need to share this
These chilean builders paralyzed the work because a female hummingbird decided to nest on this beam.
Do not touch the birdie
- source: Enfierradores DEL NORTE
So good. So pure.
You guys don’t understand, they posted the orders to paralize work on Facebook and added “Additionally, we hereby inform you that anyone who tries to get near them will bE MOVED AWAY WITH A SWIFT KICK IN THE ASS.” Oh my god vecinos you’re fucking fantastic sometimes is2g.
Viva la pajarito
Actually, This is how the webcam was invented.
At Cambridge University, they were sick of checking the coffee pot level, so Quentin Stafford-Frasier wrote client software for a greyscale 128x128 camera hooked up to an acorn archemedes computer. Paul Jardetzky wrote the server program.
Technology always comes full circle.
Necessity is the mother of invention.
shoutout to paris hilton for not abandoning her ‘micropig’
when it turned out that it was a normal piggy who grew up to be a big fat fatty piggu
Actually that’s pretty standard size for a micro pig. Pigs are ENORMOUS, dude. The average pig on a farm is 7 feet long and over 700 lbs. A normal pig would be much bigger than Hilton.
EDIT: This is a photo of the world’s smallest recognized breed of pig, the kune kune. I’m sorry cartoons lied to you all.
This is the pot bellied pig, another famous “small” breed.
This is your average adult pig.
Big ole’ pigs.
Wild boars can feed people for a very long time! I believe this one was 1800 lbs. (largest piggy ever was about 1,984 lbs)
I NOW KNOW WHY WILD BOARS WERE SO DANGEROUS IN THE DARK AGES HOLY SHIT; RICHARD III I TAKE BACK ALL THE TRASH I TALKED ABOUT YOUR HOUSE CREST GOOD GOD THAT’S TERRIFYING.
holy fucking shit I knew they were big but that’s like the size of a fucking CAR.
They’re still dangerous. Even your average farm pig will kill you if it wants to.
Transgender Elders Show Us the Meaning of Survival, pt. 1 (click here for part 2)
For many trans people, representation can be difficult to find, and often one-sided: depicting trans youth but not trans elders. It’s like we don’t have a future, an adulthood, a middle age, an old age. It’s like we just stop. Supporting our young people is important, but we need to show them we have a future, too.
As photographer Jess Dugan explains on her website, “those [representations] that do exist are often one-dimensional.” Dugan set out to fill this representational age gap, teaming up with social work researcher Vanessa Fabbre since fall 2013 to develop the evocative photo project, “To Survive on This Shore.” In the recently released collection, diverse trans elders ages 50 to 86 are pictured at home or in meaningful spaces, gazing unapologetically into the camera, as if asking the viewer to look deeper into their unique context and life story.
So, today, Marvel published issues of comics revealing that in fact the Nazis were always supposed to win World War 2, and the Allies invented the Cosmic Cube to rewrite history to prevent that from happening. Steve Rogers, the Steve Rogers that Jack Kirby and Joe Simon invented to punch Hitler and fight Nazis back before the US was even IN World War 2, that Steve Rogers is a fake, not the REAL Steve Rogers, not the original or the genuine article - he was always originally a HYDRA agent, always supposed to be a Nazi.
That was released today. April 19th.
April 19th is the anniversary of the Warsaw Ghetto Uprising, the largest Jewish revolt during World War 2, the first urban uprising in Nazi-occupied Europe, begun when the Nazis decided to completely wipe out the Warsaw Jews on Passover eve. Instead, the Jews held out for nearly a month, with whatever they could fight with. They inspired Jews across Europe, including those already in the camps, to organize and revolt. They’re honored to this day.
And Marvel published their Nazi-stanning dumpster fire of a retcon today.
Okay, I wasn’t sure I was going to post about this, but WHOOPS YES I AM.
The addition to this post is very detailed, very good, and FIRE NICK SPENCER.
Toronto Police: “If Police can’t have floats in Pride, we’ll ask the city to defund the Pride Parade.”
in short…. the police are self proclaimed “allies”, but as soon as their supposed allyship is not viewed as a gift from the gods, they want to take it back and forcibly oppress the group they claim to care about
aka they never gave a shit about helping us, they just wanted a pat on the back for 1 day of pretending they don’t target the community (specifically people of colour within the community) the other 364 days of the year
This reminds me how white men in power are able complain that they’re the *real* victims, despite the fact that they have the political power and financial means to control how local governments allocate resources to the people *they claim to be victimized by*
Stan Wayman, A lesbian couple strolling through the woods after their wedding, 1950s.
this is really the most romantic image i’ve ever seen
A historic reminder that lesbians did not wait for legal recognition to call each other wives and to hold ceremonies celebrating our marriages.
kids have no concept of anything. i walked into my kindergarten class and one kid asked me what my name was. when i said miss jones, he said “i like that name. did you know i’m in love with you”
i asked my four year old cousin how old he thought i was going to be at my next birthday and he said 8. im 23
once i told a 6 year old that i had finished school and was doing “more school” [university] and she asked “why haven’t you found anyone to marry then”
We were at a museum and I was asking for the student discount and my nine year old cousin looks up at me with his eyes wide and says “wait you’re a STUDENT??”
I used to babysit these three kids and the eldest who was around 11 at the time was talking about how adults are boring and when I told him I was an adult he said, “That’s not true, you’re my age”
our aunt teaches and she has this story about a little girl who really was always pretty quiet in class and then on the final day of kindergarten she just up and stated ‘i’m all teached now. i don’t need to be teached anymore. i’m done of being teached.’
once when i was 19, I told my little cousin that i was 19 and she looked up at me with huge eyes and went, “Does that mean you don’t have to bring an adult with you to the pool?”
My 6 year old cousin saw me driving for the first time, looked up at him mom and said “does that mean she is married now?”
I watched my dad and my niece (3 at the time) arguing over a pair of pants and whether or not they were also a dress. My neice’s argument was that they were, in fact, also a dress because they were blue.
I asked the kids in my daycare class what they thought I should be for Halloween and this little boy goes, “ooh I know! A pickle! You’d be such a good pickle”
On the first day of class with my favorite student of all time, I said, “Are you okay? You look like you have a question.” And she looked me right in the eyes and said, tremulously,
“Can a piranha eat a stapler?”
One time I was working with a kid and he looked up at me and asked “Do you have a boy?” I had no idea what he was talking about, but I told him that I did not have any boys. He looked shocked and then deeply concerned and said “Well, you better hurry up and shave your arms so you can get married; August is next month!”
I was sitting on the floor with my 3yo niece and we were playing with her younger brother’s alphabet blocks and the O had an octopus on it. So I picked it up and asked her what it was.
“Octopus,” she said, all curls and smiles.
“And what kind of animal is an octopus?” I asked. I was looking for “fish” or “sea creature” but I would have accepted almost anything–”weird,” “gross,” even “slimy.” “Underwater” or “it lives in the ocean” would have also been acceptable.
She looks me right in the eye and says, happy as a clam, “It’s a cephalopod.”
I haven’t been the same since.
About a couple of months ago while I was tutoring some kindergarteners one of the boys asked me what grade I was in so I told him to guess.
He said 1st grade.
I told him to add on another one.
A couple years ago, I was working with a class of 2 year olds. One kid had one of those super hero shirts on that has the detachable cape with Iron Man on it so I said, “Cameron, are you Iron Man today?” He nodded. So then I said, “I’m Hawkeye today.”
Another kid, sitting right next to me goes, “No, I’M A HOT GUY.”
"Tell the chef, the beer is on me."
"Basically the price of a night on the town!"
"I'd love to help kickstart continued development! And 0 EUR/month really does make fiscal sense too... maybe I'll even get a shirt?" (there will be limited edition shirts for two and other goodies for each supporter as soon as we sold the 200)