"We were bumped from two planes, and white passengers were put on those planes. We had to stay overnight in one city before we could catch a bus the rest of the trip to Daytona Beach. We came from California — and I knew what discrimination was — but it wasn’t a legislated thing like it was in the South. When I got to Jacksonville, I just walked into the white ladies’ restroom just to recover some of my dignity and my sense of myself because I was horrified by it." - Rachel Robinson [x]

What is this from??

42, based on Jackie Robinson.

(Source: tropicaltrash)







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Keep all the girls safe!
And stay safe girlies.

Reblog constantly!

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Tumblr could learn a lesson from this…

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I’m by no means an expert and I can only tell you what has worked for me and my husband. But we’ve been together for over 9 years and married for almost 8. It has been a rollercoaster of ups and downs but I’ve realized  there’s no one else that I would rather be with. It is hard work, joyful work and sometimes pain in the ass work but I love everything that our relationship has been about.

I love the way he offers his hand when he knows I’m having a bad bout of anxiety, or how he rubs my back while we’re watching a movie. I love how he has helped me so much with the chronic pain I’ve been dealing with as it increases in pain each year.

I just love him and I cannot wait to have kids with him and continue to grow with each other as we become parents.



Peter Joseph on structural violence, from this video.

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“When Ripa says “Everybody does it,” she proves her own point. In attempting to explain away Franco’s behaviour, she reminds us all that this situation (and worse, much worse) is all too common, that it happens around us, to our family and friends and to strangers on the subway all the time. And that that’s fine with us. Because James Franco is a “victim” of social media, here. Because when a teenage girl is drugged and raped, CNN bemoans the “ruined” “promising futures” of her rapists. Because when Daisy Coleman tried to speak out against her attacker, her entire family faced further harassment online and in their daily lives. Franco’s clumsy propositioning of a teenage fan is not the same thing as the Steubenville rapes or Woody Allen’s child molestation or David Letterman’s alleged longstanding affairs with female staff members, but all of it intersects to form a narrative telling young women that society doesn’t care about their side of things. That this is nothing, it happens to everybody, “dont tell.”” "On James Franco, Rape Culture, and This Video of Him Laughing With Kelly Ripa" (She Does the City)

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I don’t know her but I love her

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Meds? They knock me out….I don’t know what to do.


This patient is in real treble. http://ift.tt/1lLqnEe


This patient is in real treble. http://ift.tt/1lLqnEe

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