Leah | 21 | she/her | US

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fallen-inspiration:

theholyfoot:

If you want to help secure the rights of women all over the world go here.
If you want to help people from north korea go here.
If you want to help stop child labor go here
If you want to help people escape from their current situation go here
If you want to help refugees reunite with their families go here

If you want to permanently help the people who are still living in inhumane conditions all over the globe, that grow up experiencing war, violence and discrimination, be political! Go vote, write articles, educate every single person you meet, never shut your mouth, make people aware of the fact that we are still far away from global equality, freedom and peace.  

Please do not remove this caption, if you repost, link back to this post.

This is important.

frozencrafts:

Crystal Sword Charms by Ideationox

ardatli:

sciencefictionbaby:

this next trick is a little something i like to call “bulking out my bibliography with articles I barely looked at”

“Works Sighted”

guardian:

You are paying back every penny of your student loans WITH interest. But Occupy activists bought it for only 3 cents on the dollar. Full story »

Photo: Spencer Platt/Getty

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heliacus-artref:

Viking Age Women’s Clothing:

In general, female clothing was sewn from the same materials as male clothing and was typically made of a linen, ankle-length, under dress with  an apron like wool outer covering fastened by two large brooches. The dress was often called hangerock or hanging dress/apron/skirt. Often decorative jewels, glass beads, and useful items such as scissors, tweezers, and other care items would hang from the turtle brooches as in the bottom picture. The Scandinavians in the viking age collected glass beads from almost everywhere they traveled and, as always, red was a popular symbolic color in Germany, Scandinavia, and the Slavic nations especially when used in the decorative trim around the collar and sleeves. In Slavic countries this was a charm to ward off bad spirits and can be seen in traditional dresses even today.   

autumntail:

Full Moon by Elricthecat

team-lads-in-the-tardis:

get-the-pie:

The way I got into the rooster teeth fandom wasn’t even subtle like I watched 1 rage quit and that snowballed into 9 straight hours of lets plays and vs and play pals like I didn’t walk into the fandom I tripped and fell down the deep dark hole that is ah and now I can’t get out

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scishow:

malformalady:

The Gouldian finch are small, brightly colored birds with green backs, yellow bellies, and purple breasts  with a light blue uppertail and a cream undertail. Sometimes called lady gouldians, their facial color can vary, but black is the most common. Gouldian finch chicks are equipped with blue phosphorescent light-reflecting beads along their mouths, making it easy for the parents to feed them in the darkness of the nest cavity.

Photo credit: Greg Grall/National Aquarium

Birds, you guys. BIRDS!

Artist: The Doors
Track: "Break on Through (To the Other Side)"
Plays: 5,201 plays

rurallyrelentless:

The Doors - Break on Through (To the Other Side)

desidere:

bellahugo:

ratchetmelancholy:

White privilege is your history being taught as a core class and mine being taught as an elective. 

please let them know.

white privilege is your history being taught as a core class, and mine being banned because it would promote "the overthrow of the U.S. government, foster racial resentment, and advocate ethnic solidarity."

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