Publishing professional. Expect a lot of: Avatar: the Last Airbender, Doctor Who, feminism, and book quotations, among other things.
WOW. I need to do some more research on this, but the man filming provided some very vital information:
-Cops can’t enter your home without a warrant.
-Cops have to show you some form of identification
-You’re not required to show them ID
This gives me such fucking hope.
"The money spent on the March for Life alone could pay for prenatal care for around 6,600 women, or prenatal vitamins for nearly 250,000."
Wow. Way more than I estimated. How much good could that money have done?
Just a reminder that 73% of people who had abortions said they couldn’t afford a baby. Apparently it’s much more fun to organize mass shaming events (or build multi-million dollar “abortion memorials”) than it is to address the actual problem.
That’s because it isn’t really about the “babies”. It’s about punishing people. If you honestly cannot see that by now, prolifers, you’re in serious denial. Or you don’t REALLY care about what happens after they’re born. No way to look at this information and try to say y’all care about babies.
After seeing the dramatic results from the Ice Bucket Challenge, Indian journalist Manju Latha Kalanidhi was compelled to start something similar, but with an Indian slant. “I felt like doing something more locally tangible. Rice is a staple here,” Kalanidhi told CNN. “We eat it every day, we can store it for months. Why not donate rice to someone who is hungry?”
Go off x1000000
Oooh, I am very familiar (and fond of) Kimmel’s work
I’m having flashbacks to undergrad (I have a degree in Gender Studies)
Michael Kimmel is pretty great.
Within three days of becoming engaged, I had already been told that I shouldn’t wear my glasses, because they’re not bridal. I was told my cane wasn’t bridal. I was told my eye… was not bridal. And I realized that if I was going to be “bridal” in their eyes, I was going to have to change who I am. I am proudly disabled.
This photo is giving me LIFE
CultureHISTORY: #Ferguson Protests - Magazine covers
Amazing images. The TIME & Bloomberg Businessweek cover photos were both taken by Scott Olson (Getty Images) who was arrested by the St. Louis PD during the protests and later released. The New Yorker painting was done by New York artist Eric Drooker.