the Ed Sharpe ensemble on the streets in LES
“Always be capable of feeling … any injustice committed against anyone anywhere in the world.”
— Che Guevara, goodbye letter to his children, quoted in Time 100 (Asian edition, June 14, 1999)
This is one the quotes that affected me so much as a child. It follows to say “this is the most beautiful quality of a revolutionary”
this is brilliant.
A glimpse into the journal of a (quite intelligent) 16 year old girl. Photographed, with permission, in Central Park.
ITS ON MY DASH AGAIN I THOUGHT I LOST IT FOREVER
its back igaf its not my blog style
YESS FINALLY I’VE BEEN LOOKING FOR AGES
If you zoom in it says at the bottom “every once and a while you meet these people that make you think that just maybe you’ve been doing something right after all to deserve them in your life” and I love that
"The floor is lava!"
Everyone, Pompeii, 79 A.D. (via thisisthedroidyouarelookingfor)
Anonymous said: Im a woman and dont consider myself a feminist tho lol??
excuse me what did you say all i hear is
- My life is perfectly okay and I don’t really care what other women go through
- I think feminists are just whiny and can’t take jokes that perpetuate harmful stereotypes
- I believe that people are just obsessed with political correctness
- I am blind to the fact that there are still problems faced by women
- I have forgotten that feminism gave women rights such as the right to vote
- I have no idea that feminism is an egalitarian movement that fights for everyone’s rights regardless of sex, gender, sexuality, race, religion, nationality, and ethnicity but mostly focuses on women’s rights.
- I am more concerned about semantics rather than human rights
- I can’t distinguish between real feminists and shitty people who call themselves feminists
- I still believe in the false notion that feminism is about hating men
- I actually don’t understand what feminism is