1. vugust:

    Via | Tabooz

    I miss this place.

    (via vugust)

  2. drrestless:

    In 1967, Kathrine Switzerwas the first woman to enter and complete the Boston Marathon as a numbered entry. She registered under the gender-neutral name of “K.V. Switzer”. After realizing that a woman was running, race organizer Jock Semple went after Switzer shouting, “Get the hell out of my race and give me those numbers.” however, Switzer’s boyfriend and other male runners provided a protective shield during the entire Marathon. These photographs taken of the incident made world headlines.

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  4. I stand for every mistake I’ve ever made, so judge away

    (Source: krissteewartss, via krissteewartss)


  5. This is aimed at you

    Yes, you. Reading this. Because you can’t resist. Because you need something to complain about, so you read this. After all this time, all these years. 

    You. You know who you are, you know what you did. 

    I have nothing to say, other than I see you. I see you looking, I see you reading. How do you feel?

  6. childofrock:

    Joan Jett at home L.A.

  7. stoptellingwomentosmile:

    Photos from the Stop Telling Women to Smile opening at Betti Ono Gallery on March 7th, 2014. Photos taken by Oakland Art Enthusiast. The exhibition runs through April 19th, featuring a mural by local badass artists Jessica Sabogal and Cece Carpio.

    This show features the original drawings of each portrait subject from the series. The large scale posters are of local Oakland women that I met just days before the show. You can see in this show the process of the project - small graphite drawings to large scale wheat pasted posters. 

    I wasn’t able to attend the opening but I will be there next week for an artist talk on March 20, 2014. 


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  8. I haven’t cried so much watching a show since Buffy.

    (Source: lafferti)

  9. chickaddie-crafts:

    I made a thing


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  10. "

    The fact of the matter is, it doesn’t matter whether or not you think homosexuality is a sin. Let me say that again. It does not matter if you think homosexuality is a sin, or if you think it is simply another expression of human love. It doesn’t matter. Why doesn’t it matter? Because people are dying. Kids are literally killing themselves because they are so tired of being rejected and dehumanized that they feel their only option left is to end their life. As a Youth Pastor, this makes me physically ill. And as a human, it should make you feel the same way. So, I’m through with the debate.

    When faced with the choice between being theologically correct…as if this is even possible…and being morally responsible, I’ll go with morally responsible every time.