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Fifty Shades of Domestic Abuse

50 Shades of Damaging Stereotypes 

Fifty Shades of Wanna Guess How Many People Will Be Hospitalized Due To Flesh Wounds From Improper Knots After The Movie?

50 Shades of Glorified Abuse

50 Shades of Kidney Damage from Incompetent Crop Use

Fifty Shades of Pathological Violence Due To Past Trauma Isn’t Kink

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johnnyxtreason:

Those who say “revolution is not about peace and love” are wrong. Revolution is about loving your comrades so much that you’d kill to see them free, and a yearning for the peace that comes when human dignity has been won for everyone, regardless of who and what they are.

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sirdef:

Janet van Dyne, a founding member of the Avengers and the person who gave it its name, appears to have been erased from the MCU. Not in the roster when Avengers came out back in 2012, Jan was set for another opportunity to be a part of the team when Marvel announced Ant-Man. Unfortunately, from the announcements yesterday, Jan van Dyne was not even mentioned but someone else was: Hope van Dyne, later corrected to “Hope Pym”, Hank Pym’s daughter. 

At best, Jan will either be a mention or a cameo or an easter egg. She will not be a part of the team she founded, she will not be a superhero. She’s either been swapped out for Hope Pym, who might take up the mantle because Marvel Studios thinks women are interchangeable, or she will be an easter egg at most. 

Janet van Dyne, the heart and soul of the original Avengers and of every Avengers team she’s been on throughout the years, has been erased from the MCU.

If that seems like a fucking shitty thing for Marvel to do to you, we’re tweeting out in the #JanetVanCrime hashtag. you can join us and stand up to yet another fucking erasure of a female character. Keep an eye on the #janetvancrime tag on tumblr for panels, livestreams, and links. Please don’t stay silent about this.

You can watch the Ant-Man panel here.

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Denzel Once Turned Down A Movie Role So Racist He Thinks It Could Have Changed His Career →

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I didn’t think it was possible, but my respect level for Denzel just went up about 100 times. Not every job is worth accepting.

I’ve seen this before but it’s always worth a reblog. Talk about pride and integrity. I wish more actors were like Denzel.

Always Reblog this

WOW…this is my first time seeing this clip but yes my respect for Denzel just rose tenfold. I know as a young actor on the come up it must have been very very hard to turn down 600k in order to stay true to your personal ethics.

This is the first time I’ve seen this… WOW.

RESPECT!😎

That was a funny interview

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what the heckies does “:3c” means

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OOOOOH

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magicalgirlconfessions:


Sailor Pluto is too old to be a senshi. It’s problematic because it creates undertones of pedophilia. No, just no. It’s not fucking OK.

Submitted by Anonymous

Okay, this has to be a troll. ._. Absolutely no one would say that Pluto was problematic over this…

Totally troll. Pluto is the ‘motherly’ figure the senshi need.

atomic-glitter:

magicalgirlconfessions:

Sailor Pluto is too old to be a senshi. It’s problematic because it creates undertones of pedophilia. No, just no. It’s not fucking OK.

Submitted by Anonymous

Okay, this has to be a troll. ._. Absolutely no one would say that Pluto was problematic over this…

Totally troll. Pluto is the ‘motherly’ figure the senshi need.

— 16 hours ago with 115 notes
yesfx:

Tom talking about Travis Barker’s drumming skills.

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Tom talking about Travis Barker’s drumming skills.

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— 3 days ago with 6713 notes

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inf1del:

About 70 years ago, the world watched Nazi Germany massacre millions before anyone did anything to stop it.
In 2014, we watch the strategic elimination of the Palestinian people.
70 years from now, the world will look back and wonder how we did nothing to stop it before the damage was done.

70 is too long back, c’mon now, some people are old, refresh their memories with something more recent. You know, like Rwanda or Bosnia & Kosovo. Shall we talk about what the world was doing then?

— 3 days ago with 4753 notes