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freeselfdefense:

Rape Escape

  • Easy and very effective
  • Requires nothing but your body
  • Includes attack

Very useful to know, pass and share please.

Worth watching

I don’t mean to impose a personal favour on you guys, but I really would like to ask that everyone who follows me reblog this. 

I don’t think I made it very clear but last month I was sexually assaulted by someone who I thought was my friend (I don’t want to talk about it don’t ask), and it’s… really fucked with my head. 

Had I known this a month ago I would have been able to get away

So, essentially, I’m really pleading with you to reblog this so everyone who follows you doesn’t get stuck in the same position I was with no way out. 

I mean again I don’t want the point of this to be my sob story or whatever but if you could reblog this it would seriously mean a lot 

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March2014

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headlikeanorange:

Black-tailed prairie dog

headlikeanorange:

Black-tailed prairie dog

March2014

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movieposteroftheday:

US one sheet for LIFE ITSELF (Steve James, USA, 2013)
Designer: TBD
Poster source: IMPAwards

movieposteroftheday:

US one sheet for LIFE ITSELF (Steve James, USA, 2013)

Designer: TBD

Poster source: IMPAwards

March2014

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favor757:

Behind the Scenes: Vanity Fair Cover photo shoot…

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March2014

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February2014

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February2014

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heytinafey:

here’s like 40 seconds of ilana glazer saying things weird

Track: ilana glazer being ilana glazer

February2014

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comedycentral:

Click here to watch Jon Stewart discuss the reactions to Michael Sam’s revelation that the NFL prospect is gay.

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February2014

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theanomalisticsavant:

No care in the world

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December2013

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December2013

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theatlantic:

Why Are Upworthy Headlines Suddenly Everywhere?

I haven’t seen anything like it in a long time. On Facebook, on Twitter, and even sometimes in my email inbox, there are these headlines.
“We Don’t Hear Enough From Native American Voices. Here’s An Inspiring Message From One.”
“An Auto Executive Talks Up Gas. The Guy Next To Him Who Builds Space Rockets Puts Him In His Place.”
“We May Tell Our Kids That Life Isn’t Fair, But We Should Actually Listen To Them Talk About Fairness”
They make an emotional promise. They usually have two phrases. They paint their political proposition as obvious, as beyond debate.
They’re headlines in the Upworthy style, and they seem to have colonized every news source. Upworthy the company has done well by them, too: On Thursday, it announced it had 87 million unique visitors in November. (For context: That’s more than the New York Times. A lot more.)
Upworthy’s new, but it’s not startlingly new. Founded in March of last year, its headline style was so obvious that the New York Times could parody it by July.
So, why did it explode now?
Read more. [Image: Shutterstock/Halfpoint]

theatlantic:

Why Are Upworthy Headlines Suddenly Everywhere?

I haven’t seen anything like it in a long time. On Facebook, on Twitter, and even sometimes in my email inbox, there are these headlines.

“We Don’t Hear Enough From Native American Voices. Here’s An Inspiring Message From One.”

“An Auto Executive Talks Up Gas. The Guy Next To Him Who Builds Space Rockets Puts Him In His Place.”

“We May Tell Our Kids That Life Isn’t Fair, But We Should Actually Listen To Them Talk About Fairness”

They make an emotional promise. They usually have two phrases. They paint their political proposition as obvious, as beyond debate.

They’re headlines in the Upworthy style, and they seem to have colonized every news source. Upworthy the company has done well by them, too: On Thursday, it announced it had 87 million unique visitors in November. (For context: That’s more than the New York Times. A lot more.)

Upworthy’s new, but it’s not startlingly new. Founded in March of last year, its headline style was so obvious that the New York Times could parody it by July.

So, why did it explode now?

Read more. [Image: Shutterstock/Halfpoint]

December2013

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STATEMENT BY THE PRESIDENT ON THE DEATH OF NELSON MANDELA

motherjones:

THE PRESIDENT: At his trial in 1964, Nelson Mandela closed his statement from the dock saying, “I have fought against white domination, and I have fought against black domination. I have cherished the ideal of a democratic and free society in which all persons live together in harmony and with…

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