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Regardless of the gender of the other person, no relationship with me in it could reasonably be considered straight.

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Get to know me Meme: [1|5] Favourite Relationships⇒ Cersei x Jaime (Game of Thrones/A Song of Ice and Fire)
Get to know me Meme: [1|5] Favourite Relationships
⇒ Cersei x Jaime (Game of Thrones/A Song of Ice and Fire)
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aseaofquotes:

Douglas Coupland, Life After God

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Come live with me and be my Love,
And we will all the pleasures prove
Christopher Marlowe (via observando)
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Researchers at the University of Colorado found that women and non-whites executives who push for women and non-whites to be hired and promoted suffer when it comes to their own performance reviews. A woman who shepherds women up the ranks, for example, is perceived as less warm, while a non-white who promotes diversity is perceived as less competent. Both end up being rated less highly by their bosses, according to the paper.

White men, on the other hand, actually got a bump in their performance review scores from valuing diversity.

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thespywhospies:

SDCC14- Supernatural Panel
If your characters had dating profiles what would they say?

Video credits [x] [x]

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Whenever you’re going through a bad day just remember, your track record for getting through bad days, so far, is 100%; and that’s pretty damn good.
My amazing friend (via pain-is-temporary-keep-fighting)

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I wish I didn’t have to tell some of you that victim-blaming when a Black person is murdered by police is a huge no. That it doesn’t matter if they were on the honor roll, or smoked weed sometimes, or were going to college, or what brand of hoodie they wore, or even if they spent time in jail at some point. That the right to walk down the street without being a target for murder by the police isn’t a right one should have to prove themselves worthy of. That we should all just have that right by virtue of being human beings.

When you’re Black, you don’t always get the benefit of being seen as a human being, though. Black people are seen as ‘up to no good’ by default. The truth is that our lives, like anyone else’s, are filled with good choices as well as mistakes, achievements we’re proud of as well as missed opportunities. Successes. Failures. Just like everyone else. But what’s also true is that we, as marginalized people, get fewer do-overs. The system is rigged to punish us at every possible opportunity. Longer prison sentences compared to whites who commit the same crimes and disproportionate rates of suspension and expulsion for even Black pre-schoolers attests to this.

If we were to talk about a victim’s past, we would have to talk about it in a context of oppression. But, you know what? We don’t need to talk about it at all. Because it is irrelevant to issue of their victimization. Just like bringing up a victim’s past to justify her rape is wrong, bringing up a victim’s past to justify his murder by police is also wrong. Yes, even when those people are Black.
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I like looking back at people’s faces in the dark. I like noticing details that no one else sees. But I hate it in old movies when drivers don’t watch the road.

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