designrevolution:

Courtenay McKay created a series of posters for the Gender Based Violence Prevention Project (GBVPP) at the University of Alberta to spread awareness about rape culture.

The Gender Based Violence Prevention Project is a new project of the Students’ Union that promotes a campus free of gender based violence. Gender Based Violence exists in both visible and invisible ways on our campus and affects the lives of many University students, staff, faculty, and community members. Through education, awareness, and institutional change, we are striving to create a campus free of gender based violence where everyone can feel safe and supported.”

You know whose going to be the real 13th vessel? That seagull whose egg we stole on Destiny Islands in KH1. It'll go insane from losing it's only child and vow avenge it by killing the man who stole it from her.
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kingdomheartsnyctophiliac:

what r u even on right now, anon?

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justfujoshi:

can we talk about the fact that we finally heard the jellyfish song

masasei:

im so tired all i wanted to draw was that fuckin sleeve thNE IT TURNED INTO A PAINT WH Y

included detail shots ‘cause y ea

ps this is a small print u q u

2brwngrls:

What’s it like to work alongside so many other women of color?

yaaaaas uzo, girl. 

cosplayinamerica:

As the popularity of cosplay has risen, so have the number of assaults and insults that cosplayers suffer at large events. San Diego Comic-Con 2014 just passed, and some of the biggest stories to come out of the event were about an underage cosplayer who was found bloodied and unconscious in costume, anda famous cosplayer chasing down a man who groped her friend.

Unfortunately, many cosplayers unwittingly contribute to the very convention culture that endangers them. They contribute, not with the costumes they wear, but by trying to be polite or by not knowing what to do when incidents happen. It can be a very distressing and embarrassing to be objectified or assaulted at a convention, and knowing exactly what to do can be hard. So here are three basic rules of how to react in these horrible situations:

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fightingforanimals:

freezayn2k14:

The Chapultepec Zoo just celebrated its 90 years of existence. This is one of the most prestigious zoos and most visited in Mexico and probably in Latin America. But sometimes looks can be deceiving.

Due to captivity, poor feeding, lack of veterinary care and spaces that do not match the natural habitat of the animals, the animals here are in terrible condition. And we can not stand and watch without doing something: managers of the Chapultepec Zoo need to react before it is too late.

The consequence of all this is that today the zoo animals have lesions, signs of malnutrition, stress, depression, diseases, including dementia this is leading to violent behavior toward themselves, with potential to reach self-mutilation.

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ventus-went-us:

remember when they all wanted to run away together? because i certainly do

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things you shouldn’t feel guilty about:

thelifeofhana:

  • enjoying food
  • feeling full
  • eating more than someone else
  • taking a second serving
  • eating until you are full
  • nourishing your body
  • not liking a certain food
  • eating a food for its taste, not its health benefit
  • food in general

pasta5284:

trans women dont have to be feminine to be ‘valid’
trans men dont have to be masculine to be ‘valid’
nonbinary people dont have to be androgynous to be ‘valid’

super-seifuku:

" i was alone for so long, i couldn’t bear it anymore."

ramflega:

talk shit get hit

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