bee-the-gatekeeper:

jenniferstolzer:

Spg Walkin’ Greys by jameson9101322
Someone on tumblr requested I draw the robots as greyhounds, and I did that and someone else requested I draw robots WITH greyhounds, so a year later I did that :)
This is for YOU tumblr user requester from a year ago! Better late than never, I hope!

Cute. Reminds me I have to finish some art…

bee-the-gatekeeper:

jenniferstolzer:

Spg Walkin’ Greys by jameson9101322

Someone on tumblr requested I draw the robots as greyhounds, and I did that and someone else requested I draw robots WITH greyhounds, so a year later I did that :)

This is for YOU tumblr user requester from a year ago! Better late than never, I hope!

Cute. Reminds me I have to finish some art…

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factsinallcaps:

SCIENCE HAS BEEN WRONG BEFORE AND IT WILL BE WRONG AGAIN. IF YOU FAIL TO ACKNOWLEDGE THAT SCIENCE IS AN ONGOING PURSUIT OF UNDERSTANDING THE WORLD AROUND US BASED ON THE INFORMATION AVAILABLE AND NOT AN IMMUTABLE OBJECTIVE TRUTH, YOU MAY HAVE MISSED THE PURPOSE OF SCIENCE COMPLETELY. 

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gentlewomen-style:

eatbarberrypieordie:

Lesbians (1850 - 1930) 

Love, love is everywhere.

Reblog

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oliviawhen:

There is nothing I don’t love about the Series of Unfortunate Events universe.

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agnostic-gnostic:

facesofthevictorianera:

Princess Alice (Princess Louis of Hesse) and Princess Alexandra of Denmark (1862)

they look like eggs

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trekkiebeth:

Gabi, The Spine, & Rabbit | photo by trekkiebeth

trekkiebeth:

Gabi, The Spine, & Rabbit | photo by trekkiebeth

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handsometuesday:

Dr. Mary Walker ”believed that tight corsets along with voluminous skirts and petticoats were unsanitary and hampered her medical practice. So she didn’t wear them: first sporting bloomers, then, midway through the war, abandoning those for a male surgeon’s uniform. She didn’t attempt to pass as a man; she was an obviously female doctor wearing a male uniform…. She continued to wear men’s clothing throughout her long life (she lived until 1919) and continually advocated for rational dress reform for women.”

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plutopiter:

hellofromtumblr:

Love something? Reblog it!
Ever see something on Tumblr and wish it was on your blog? Well, it can be. Just hit the reblog button on the post, add some stuff if you’d like, and voila! Touch it and make it yours.
Find something to reblog

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plutopiter:

hellofromtumblr:

Love something? Reblog it!

Ever see something on Tumblr and wish it was on your blog? Well, it can be. Just hit the reblog button on the post, add some stuff if you’d like, and voila! Touch it and make it yours.

Find something to reblog

Wow
Did not know
What a day to be alive

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The indoctrination is so deep that educated people think they’re being objective.
—  Noam Chomsky (via theyoungradical)

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nextyearsgirl:

thejesusandmarxchain:

thevixenstarlet:

i like to paint my middle finger with pink glitter nail polish so when i flip off the patriarchy the patriarchy will see my pink glittery nail 

v threatening u showed ‘em

LIBERAL FEMINISM.

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What they fail to understand is that “life begins at conception” is a misogynist statement. It’s the erasure of a woman’s role in making new people, and a claim that the only effort that counts is the effort a man put into ejaculating. Abortion is horrifying because it’s a reminder that men do not actually make babies, but that women do through a 9 month process, and that if a woman chooses to interrupt that process, there will not be a baby. Which is pretty conclusive proof that men don’t make babies. Which directly contradicts the misogynist belief that only men are capable of really doing jobs worth doing.
—  

Amanda Marcotte (via helspawn)

Damn YES! ..plus it puts lie to the idea that a creator god is male. And, explains why the pagans worshiped the Goddess (now: ‘mother nature’).

(via mrasarescaredofwomen)

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