Justice and Sharks

I am a white, asexual aromantic( ? questioning the hell out of this and my gender) Jew with ADHD, depression and anxiety. Please feel free to call me out on anything if I mess up and ask me questions.
Also i am a huge fish/science nerd and am a future marine scientist/business person/ what ever i want to be. I love cartoons and reading good books especially funny ones. Also i am currently addicted to Rune Factory 4 and have way to many hours on that game
I may change the name but there will be a lot of awesome photo's and comics.

ultrafacts:

Some wealthy parents have been known to hire handicapped children to go to Disney World with them so they can skip the lines.

Queen Elizabeth II served as a mechanic and driver in World War 2.

LSD once cured a holocaust survivor from Auschwitz’s PTSD and allowed him to sleep for the first time…

pro-choice-or-no-voice:

abortstigma:

October 21st is the Pro-Life Day of Silent Solidarity for aborted fetuses.  
Don’t let them control the discussion that day!  Share facts on abortion, share experiences (within permission) and show your support for people who have had abortions!  
While pro-lifers are “silent”, let us be loud!
Don’t let them control the conversation on October 21st!
Remember, we have a Facebook page, an imgur, a twitter and a facebook event (for those of you who synced their calendars with FB!)
We also have a deviantART group and a sub-reddit, however they’re a bit sparse.
Our hashtags are:
#abortstigma
#mybodymychoice
#1in3
#lettsinspired
#takingbackthediscussion.
( Please, do not hijack pro-lifer tags.  Let’s not stoop to their tactic of hijacking on important days, but let us aim to get our tags trending. )
Mark October 21st in your calendars and queue up support!

TOMORROW’s THE DAY! Speak out in support of those who have had and who will have abortions! Share your experiences and share your support! ❤️

pro-choice-or-no-voice:

abortstigma:

October 21st is the Pro-Life Day of Silent Solidarity for aborted fetuses.  

Don’t let them control the discussion that day!  Share facts on abortion, share experiences (within permission) and show your support for people who have had abortions!  

While pro-lifers are “silent”, let us be loud!

Don’t let them control the conversation on October 21st!

Remember, we have a Facebook pagean imgura twitter and a facebook event (for those of you who synced their calendars with FB!)

We also have a deviantART group and a sub-reddit, however they’re a bit sparse.

Our hashtags are:

  • #abortstigma
  • #mybodymychoice
  • #1in3
  • #lettsinspired
  • #takingbackthediscussion.

( Please, do not hijack pro-lifer tags.  Let’s not stoop to their tactic of hijacking on important days, but let us aim to get our tags trending. )

Mark October 21st in your calendars and queue up support!

TOMORROW’s THE DAY! Speak out in support of those who have had and who will have abortions! Share your experiences and share your support! ❤️

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feministingforchange:

stfueverything:

In one of my favorite feminist movies—the 1996 flick Girls Town—a group of fed-up young women write the names of the men who raped them on their high school’s bathroom wall. Other students join in, listing their attackers from schoolmates to teachers—warning other women and reclaiming public space.

Today, a Kentucky teen is facing jail time for doing much the same thing: naming her rapists on Twitter. Seventeen-year-old Savannah Dietrich was sexually assaulted by two acquaintances while unconscious—her attackers took pictures and sent them to friends. After the young men pleaded guilty to the attack and agreed to a plea of felony sexual abuse and misdemeanor voyeurism, the judge ordered that no one speak about the court proceedings or the attack itself.

“I was crying as she was reading that,” Dietrich told a local paper. “They got off very easy…and they tell me to be quiet, just silencing me at the end.”

Dietrich ignored the order and tweeted their names. “There you go, lock me up,” she wrote. “I’m not protecting anyone that made my life a living Hell.” Deitrich now says she ready to go to jail to stand up for the right to speak out. As Amanda Hess at Slate writes, “The criminal justice process can also rob the victim of control over her own narrative.”

Hess also points out that Deitrich is not the first young woman to use social media to out rapists:

In 2010, 19-year-old American University student Chloe Rubenstein took to Facebook and Twitter to out two men on campus she said had victimized several of her friends (“ATTENTION WOMEN,” she wrote. “They are predators and will show no remorse for anyone.”) In 2007, a group of women at Portland’s Lewis & Clark College, led by sophomore Helen Hunter, created a Facebook group calling one of their classmates a “Piece of Shit Rapist.” When the administration caught wind, it suspended the man for just a semester. But five years later? Google his name, and the online rape allegations still register as the fourth hit.

Thanks to a widespread culture of victim-blaming and rape apologism, attackers usually have it pretty cushy. Victims are still not likely to report the assault and when they do they’re very likely to be blamed for it—an awful reality that re-traumatizes the victim and paves the way for future rapes.

So making the world more uncomfortable for rapists—letting them know that there will be consequences that include public shaming—is something I’m entirely at ease with. Especially considering how often women are silenced around issues of sexual assault. Sometimes that silence is enforced through a culture that makes women afraid to come forward, but sometimes that silencing is explicit.

In 2007, for example, a Nebraska woman and her attorneys were banned from using the words “rape,” “victim,” “sexual assault”—even “sexual assault kit” in a rape trial lest they prejudice the jury. From Dahlia Lithwick:

The result is that the defense and the prosecution are both left to use the same word—sex—to describe either forcible sexual assault, or benign consensual intercourse. As for the jurors, they’ll just have to read the witnesses’ eyebrows to sort out the difference.

Something tells me mugging victims have never been ordered not use the word “rob” when recounting the crime committed against them—but when it comes to sexual assault, logic and human decency always seem to go out the window.

We live in a country where a videotaped gang rape can result in a hung jury, where jokes about raping a woman are still considered hilarious and where the seriousness of sexual assault is so minimized that writing a research paper on rape is actually considered a reasonable punishment for attackers.

Rape survivors know that there’s a world of shame and stigma that awaits them should they speak up. In this kind of environment talking about sexual assault—let alone reporting it—is not just difficult, it’s straight up heroic.

Preventing victims from naming their attackers—or in this case, even acknowledging the assault—sends the message that rapists’ reputations are more important than a victim’s right to speak up. Savannah Dietrich refused to be silenced. Supporting victims’ voices should be a no-brainer—whether they’re on Twitter, in a courtroom or scrawled across a bathroom wall.

Read more from Jessica Valenti: Anatomy of a Successful Rape Joke.

I love this woman <3

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we-are-mike-brown-project:

We Are Mike Brown | Don’t Shoot Project

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idiothair:

tsumugi-sensei:

初音ミク新型3Dモデル登場!『ぶれないアイで』”Burenai ai de” ARライブもう見た? 【デジアイ】

OK JUST LOOK AT THE QUALITY GUYS IT’S SO FUCKING REALISTIC JESUS

MitchieM’s tuning of Miku’s voice is always so phenomenal that I’m just forced to assume that Miku literally comes to life and sings for real.
This model is gorgeous too.

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thedoctorwatsonwho:

I was looking for refs and I found such a gem. (x)

thedoctorwatsonwho:

I was looking for refs and I found such a gem. (x)

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BLACK MEN ON TV, FALL 2014

Crispus Allen, Gotham (FOX) || Jackson Avery, Grey’s Anatomy (ABC) || J. Martin Bellamy, Resurrection (ABC) || Winston Bishop, New Girl (FOX) || Wallace Boden, Chicago Fire (NBC) || Coach, New Girl (FOX) || Harold Cooper, The Blacklist (NBC) || John Diggle, Arrow (CW) || Marcellus Gerard, The Originals (CW) || Wes Gibbins, How to Get Away with Murder (ABC) || Sam Hanna, NCIS: Los Angeles (CBS) || Raymond Holt, Brooklyn Nine-Nine (FOX) || Frank Irving, Sleepy Hollow (FOX) || Dean Iverson, Gracepoint (FOX) || Terence Jeffords, Brooklyn Nine-Nine (FOX) || Andre Johnson, Black-ish (ABC) || Pops Johnson, Black-ish (ABC) || Nate Lahey, How to Get Away with Murder (ABC) || Peter Mills, Chicago Fire (NBC) || Derek Morgan, Criminal Minds (CBS) || Tedward Mulray, Bad Judge (NBC) || Billy Soto, The Mysteries of Laura (NBC) || Odafin Tutuola, Law & Order: Special Victims Unit (NBC) || Leon Vance, NCIS (CBS) || Richard Webber, Grey’s Anatomy (ABC) || Joe West, The Flash (CW)

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Doctor Laser

technicolordamnation:

doctorlaser:

doctorlaserva:

When it’s that cold out there any friend will do, really

Original post by dippy-ecks.

Seals sound pretty weird, don’t they

IM GOING TO CRY THIS IS SO CUTE <333333333333333333

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youarelookingatthis:

johanirae:

ninemoons42:

tomhazeldine:

I like how Natasha always cares about other people’s safety before hers.

Can the Man of Steel do that? No he can’t.

In other words where the hell is my Black Widow movie?

When HYDRA was in pursuit of her in the CATWS movie, I wondered why Nat kept running straight, when a zig zag pattern would have made her harder to hit. It just now occured to me, if she HAD ran in a zig zag pattern while surrounded by innocent pedestrians in DC, the Winter Soldier’s bullets could have hit any number of people. She had increased the chances of her getting shot just to make sure more people got away.

I think this is one of the reasons she bonds so well with Steve.

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pomki:

25 minute drawing of Agnes from Bravely Default.

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crieghton-the-wanderer:

rondovous:

danshive:

morph-locked:

just a comparison between Suigimori’s official character art from Omega Ruby and Alpha Sapphire  to the originals. The redesigns are pretty great in my opinion

This could sincerely be used in a cartooning class with the intent of teaching the importance of action lines and expressive characters.

if you tell me that even professional artists can’t improve and still want to improve and work their hardest to improve then i’m calling bs

Wattson still looks like a really cool grandpa who takes you to the arcade for fun and then beats your ass in at DDR

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And now Klaus is apparently running off to go and save Sunny. In the books of course it is Violet, but I know that Hollywood prefers its female actresses to do very little.
Lemony Snicket, A Series of Unfortunate Events audio commentary  (via captainofalltheships)

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pardonmewhileipanic:

thestasher:

That’s a keeper for the wedding album.

this would be the cover of my thank you for attending cards

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