1. archiveofaffinities:

    Corgan & Balestiere P.C., First Federal Savings & Loan Association, Rochester, New York, 1974-1976

    (via architectureofdoom)

     
  2. (Source: mediaite, via prince--william)

     
  3. pas-de-chat-saute-de-chat:

    brave-weed:

    via US Uncut:

    On September 11th 1973, US-backed General Pinochet overthrew the democratically elected leader of Chile, Salvadore Allende. Pinochet ordered an air strike on the Presidential Palace, labor activists and famous folk guitarists were rounded up for torture, disappeared, and killed. Pinochet converted the national football stadium into a detention facility like Guantanamo Bay. Chile’s economy was turned into a plantation for the 1%, as inequality and poverty skyrocketed under the imposed Milton Friedman-style economic model.

    Over 40,000 Chileans became victims of Pinochet’s terror. In response, the Nixon administration committed more money, more training, more torture equipment.

    The world didn’t begin on September 11th, 2001. Rather, for the first time in modern history, Americans were visited by the same violence the US has imposed since its creation. In Chile, the US murdered tens of thousands and impoverished millions. This wasn’t America’s first foray in international terrorism, nor would it be the last. The United States security state is a terrorist and a plague on the people of the world. Spread the word. 

    this literally has 45 notes. i feel sick.
    as someone who grew up hearing about Pinochet im honestly shocked that others don’t talk about this more.

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  4. "

    There is a concept called body autonomy. Its generally considered a human right. Bodily autonomy means a person has control over who or what uses their body, for what, and for how long. Its why you can’t be forced to donate blood, tissue, or organs. Even if you are dead. Even if you’d save or improve 20 lives. It’s why someone can’t touch you, have sex with you, or use your body in any way without your continuous consent.

    A fetus is using someone’s body parts. Therefore under bodily autonomy, it is there by permission, not by right. It needs a persons continuous consent. If they deny and withdraw their consent, the pregnant person has the right to remove them from that moment. A fetus is equal in this regard because if I need someone else’s body parts to live, they can also legally deny me their use.

    By saying a fetus has a right to someone’s body parts until it’s born, despite the pregnant person’s wishes, you are doing two things.

    1. Granting a fetus more rights to other people’s bodies than any born person.
    2. Awarding a pregnant person less rights to their body than a corpse.

    "
    — 

    Hannah Goff (x)

    The only pro-reproductive rights argument you’ll ever need.

    (via illusionnistes)

    (Source: kimmymary, via arsvivendi)

     

  5. bauks:

    Black girls with natural hair get made fun of and black girls with fake hair get made fun of and black girls with no hair get made fun of so like what are black girls supposed to do but not give a fuck abt u

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  6. We only said goodbye with words. I died a hundred times.

    (Source: ratgod, via gracecornell)

     
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  8. creakz:

    ”It’s funny how i thought
    I was good at hiding my
    fellings, but then strangers
    started asking me what was
    wrong and why I looked so
    tired and that’s when I 
    realized you didn’t care 
    enough to notice”

    By: Simone // relhavant

    (via lipsticksbullets)

     
  9. hectograph:

    *THEME SONG*

    Gem

    (Source: sophomorealbum)

     
     

  10. "I tell my students, ‘When you get these jobs that you have been so brilliantly trained for, just remember that your real job is that if you are free, you need to free somebody else. If you have some power, then your job is to empower somebody else. This is not just a grab-bag candy game.’"
    — Toni Morrison (via thisislove)

    (via gojikas)