baby boomers out here talking shit like they didn’t elect reagan
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A new Evolution Series locomotive being transferred from GE Transportation’s test track to BNSF tracks for pickup.
If you are reading this in the United States or Canada, whose land are you on, dear reader? What are the specific names of the Native nation(s) who have historical claim to the territory on which you currently read this article? What are their histories before European invasion? What are their historical and present acts of resistance to colonial occupation? If you are like most people in the United States and Canada, you cannot answer these questions. And this disturbs me. — Qwo-Li Driskill (Cherokee), “Doubleweaving Two-Spirit Critiques: Building Alliances between Native and Queer Studies” (via nepantlastrategies)
Recognising the deliberateness of abusers’ behaviour is disturbing; it is much more comfortable to believe that abusers and/or their partners are merely repeating what they learnt in childhood. ‘Cycle of abuse’ theories rework old orthodoxies; transforming abusers into victims, and placing mothers back in the collusive frame. —
www.cwasu.org/filedown.asp?file=Weasel%20Words.pdf (via sisterresister)
this is really interesting and raises a lot of points I don’t think I’ve ever seen discussed:
Lorraine Binie Kinnear auf We Heart It. http://weheartit.com/entry/52348192/via/lorrainekinnear
I figured out French knots after years of winding the floss the wrong way 😳
This is so fab.
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“Hang the eucalyptus upside down by tying it to your shower head with twine. When you run your shower, the steam will rise up towards the eucalyptus, filling your bathroom with the most refreshing, relaxing scent. Plus, the added greens are lovely on the eyes. You’ll definitely feel a little closer to nature.”
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