prochoiceamerica:

Women make up TWO-THIRDS of minimum wage workers. Access to affordable birth control is critical to their economic success.

birth control = less teenage/unwanted pregnancies = more successful individuals = better economy

prochoiceamerica:

Women make up TWO-THIRDS of minimum wage workers. Access to affordable birth control is critical to their economic success.

birth control = less teenage/unwanted pregnancies = more successful individuals = better economy

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lissycposts:

Andy Goldsworthy’s art

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sublim-ature:

Mt. Rainier, WashingtonHoward Snyder

sublim-ature:

Mt. Rainier, Washington
Howard Snyder

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meanwhilebackinthedungeon:

Barbarian and Megalith by Balaskas

pureblyss:

englishsnow:

mrmrsglobetrot

^ Favorite traveling photographer couple ever. Want to meet them someday.

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demons:

Pilots and observers studying maps in front of an Armstrong-Whitworth F.K.8. Poperinghe Aerodrome, 12 April 1918.

demons:

Pilots and observers studying maps in front of an Armstrong-Whitworth F.K.8. Poperinghe Aerodrome, 12 April 1918.

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praisethemorningstar:

Powazki Cemetery, Poland

praisethemorningstar:

Powazki Cemetery, Poland

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nabyss:

Girl meets world addresses Cultural appropriation

Great to see a disney show deals with this topic.

As soon as I saw this my jaw dropped and I rushed to find a gif set. I’ve become so jaded of people being appropriative or defending it (interestingly enough, people outside of a culture seem to think they can decide whether they are appropriative or not, despite having limited knowledge and no authority…just based on their own interests I guess). I noticed the appropriation right away but didn’t think they would address it. I’m so happy they did, it makes me respect the show more, and I already like it and think that’s it’s reminiscent of Disney shows c.2004. This isn’t quite on the level of That’s so Raven addressing racism and sizism but it’s close.

Edit: It was also surprising because the whole episode was about Topanga and Cory’s daughter not being herself for popularity, so I really didn’t expect them to call out the appropriation. 

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carminagf:

Elaine. c1891. John Melhuish Strudwick

carminagf:

Elaine. c1891. John Melhuish Strudwick

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