eldonanan:

tell me How would you feel?

(via theredhammerandsickle)

winter-glitter-red:

this is one of the best thing I have seen in my life.

winter-glitter-red:

this is one of the best thing I have seen in my life.

(Source: realignanxiety, via sherlockholmes-doctorwatson)

"

There’s this great myth out there that we call the “Over-consumption Myth,” which goes: If you earn a decent income, and you’re in trouble financially, it must be because you’re blowing all your money at the Gap, and TGIF. The myth is so powerful, it almost seems like heresy to question it. But when we actually looked into the data on what real families actually spend, it’s just not true. An average family of four actually spends less on clothing than their parents did a generation ago, adjusted for inflation. That includes all the Tommy Hilfiger sweatshirts and all the Nike sneakers. How does this work? Well we forget all the things we don’t spend money on anymore — how many kids have leather shoes for Sunday school anymore? How many people dress up in wool suits for work everyday?

The point is that families today are spending their money no more foolishly than their parents did. And yet they’re five times more likely to go bankrupt, and three times more likely to lose their homes. Families are going broke on the basics —housing, health insurance, and education. These are the kind of bills that you can’t just trim around the edges in the event of a downturn.

"

Amelia Tyagi (via moontyger)

(via samuelvasnormandy)

"Since capital is always doing well somewhere, the illusion arises that all will be well everywhere if we only readjust the form of capital to that predominant in Japan and West Germany (the 1980s), the United States (the 1990s) or China (after 2000). Capital never has to address its systemic failings because it moves them around geographically."

David Harvey, Seventeen contradictions and the End of Capitalism: Uneven Geographical Developments and the Production of Space. p154

Emphasis mine.

(via rosaluxmemeburg)

(via kyriarchy)

cumaeansibyl:

wretchedoftheearth:

wretchedoftheearth:

i really hate reading things that talk about how women stayed at home, were housewives, etc. when that was literally never true of most black women in the US

i mean by all means, talk about it, but be specific about which…

lalondes:

i stared into the abyss and the abyss got sicker

nietzsche all on his mouth like liquor

(via ignotum-per-aeque-ignotum)

awwww-cute:

Today my boyfriend bought a label maker

awwww-cute:

Today my boyfriend bought a label maker

(via bottomofcolor)

teenageghosts:

The stark contrast  between what the ceasefire means in Israel and what it means in Gaza. 

teenageghosts:

The stark contrast  between what the ceasefire means in Israel and what it means in Gaza. 

(via neoliberalismkills)

mamastiles:

men don’t get to decide what is misogynistic

straight people don’t get to decide what it homophobic

cis people don’t get to decide what is transphobic

white people don’t get to decide what is racist

people in positions of power

don’t get to decide what is considered oppression

that’s how we move backwards, not forwards

(via feministfeels)

feminishblog:

Don’t ask yourself, “Is this normal?” Instead, ask yourself:

Is this healthy?

Is this good for me?

(via samuelvasnormandy)

Tags: note to self

Why is it that old wives tales are called old wives tales

feelinranty:

feministcaptainmorgan:

amazinglyamazingfabulousness:

When old men’s tales are called religion and philosophy?

*shots fired*

Oh

(via lisaquestions)

mariowiki:

codeinewarrior:

say those three words and i’m yours

super smash bros

(via adventureparrot)