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i’m tired of being alone, sick of being single, shit i think i’m taeyang

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Most of the world’s exploited labor comes from women. Women work in the sweatshops and the giant factories. Women sow and tend and harvest the world’s crops. Women carry and birth and raise children. Women wash and clean and shop and cook. Women care for the sick and the elderly. All of this - layer upon layer of labor - is what makes human society possible. Ripping it off is what makes capitalism possible.

Exodus and Reconstruction: Working-Class Women at the Heart of Globalization (via amodernmanifesto)

To read.

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I was born in Iraq and I’d never in my life been asked if I was a Sunni or a Shiite. And I didn’t know who among my relatives or neighbors or co-workers or colleagues at school were Sunnis or Shiites, because it wasn’t an issue. It’s not that people were tolerant toward each other — they weren’t aware of sectarian backgrounds. It’s similar to some areas in the US where you don’t necessarily know what Christian sect your friends belong to. You might know, or you might not know. That was before the US intervention. The US destroyed that Iraqi national identity and replaced it with sectarian and ethnic identities after 2003. I don’t think this is something that many Iraqis argue about, because you can trace the beginning of this sectarian strife that is destroying the country, and it clearly began with the US invasion and occupation.

Raed Jarrar, An Iraqi Perspective: How America’s Destruction of Iraqi Society Led to Today’s Chaos. (via sukoot)

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Westerners tend to treat political catastrophes in other regions as if its some premeditated Disney plot with a clear cut protagonist/antagonist dichotomy and climax that’ll unquestionably result in a righteous victory, which is why you’ll have people feverishly debating about Taliban vs. US Military and aggressively legitimizing one over the other, when in reality, neither of these entities care or are fighting for the sovereignty or freedom of civilians, therefore neither deserves to be rooted for.

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#/cries/ kakashi ships it 


"What is shipping?"


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The new Harry Potter is gonna be set in the 1920’s and so was the Great Gatsby. Jay Gatsby saw a green light across the lake I’m not saying death eaters but death eaters

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I have two daughters, so I’m raising two future women. Maybe! I mean, one of them might be a guy later. It’s possible. It could happen. Someday one of my daughters could be like ‘Dad, I’m really a guy’ and I’ll be like ‘Alright well let’s get you a dick, honey. We’ll get you the nicest dick in town.’

Louis CK (reason #94826 why he’s the best comedian)

Somewhere along the way, Louis CK become society’s ideal father and I’m 100% okay with this.

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everyone’s grandparents seem to have really cute stories of how they met, and like my grandparents met when my grandma was running away from police during a protest and she jumped on the back of my grandads motorcycle and just screamed “DRIVE FUCKING DRIVE”

I dunno man I think that story’s pretty fuckin cute.

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Spirited Away (Miyazaki Hayao, 2001) / The Grand Budapest Hotel (Wes Anderson, 2014)

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I’m sure this seemed like a better idea on paper


I’m sure this seemed like a better idea on paper