I’m retired. In my free time I’m just gonna sit back, play World of Warcraft, watch the Legend of Korra, and only use the internet as an intermediary to those activities. *logs out of tumblr* *does well in school*
In this video I talk about how I personally felt about the Sarah Silverman’s “The Gap” skit where she talks about getting a sex change for equal pay and about the “Cissy” episode of South Park about Transgender Bathrooms. Then I talk about transgender representation and an exciting opportunity that may be coming my way soon to curve that representation! If you like this video, share it!
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when the “bindi” tag is 80% white and 20% desi then something is clearly wrong
when the “bindi” tag is 80% white people hating on desi women for calling them out on their bullshit and 20% desi women defending themselves, something is clearly wrong
Where ya’ll mama at!?!”
— Afro American Proverb. Usually said to unsupervised unruly children by frustrated adults. (via blackproverbs)
Sallie Mae’s new offshoot subsite is attempting to win me over with this semi-freeform dreadlocked stock model guy but I can’t be tricked into having positive associations with student loans. Nice try, Sallie Mae.
Kiener Plaza fountain
died red in remembrance of blood shed in STL streets for victims and defenders of victims of police brutality#FergusonOctober
The fountain was dyed red by the STL Parks Department to show pride for the Cardinals baseball team, which they’ve done for at least the past few years. (2013) (2011). It’s just a stunning coincidence that it coincided with this rally. It does no good to spread misinformation about how the dye got there, though; if the fountain had really been dyed by protesters it would have been seen as an act of vandalism and handled totally differently… The above caption implies that protesters could have dyed the fountain and still been allowed to assemble peacefully. That seems unlikely. Don’t give the STL PD that much credit.