Bootylicious

 

clarawebbwillcutoffyourhead:

plansfornigel:

sadurdaynight:

female-only:

plansfornigel:

and these are the men women are suppose to call when raped. what is this rape culture you speak of ?

this makes me so mad not every fucking cop is a rapist 

When Cops Rape … and Nothing Happens

“Police sexual misconduct is common, and anyone who maintains it isn’t doesn’t get it,” says retired Seattle police chief Norm Stamper, author of the book Breaking Rank. Since no one is investing resources in learning how many victims are out there, we’re left with estimates and news accounts. As part of a 2008 study, former police officer Tim Maher, a criminologist at the University of Missouri-St. Louis, asked 20 police chiefs whether police sexual misconduct was a problem; 18 responded in the affirmative. The 13 chiefs willing to offer estimates thought an average of 19 percent of cops were involved—if correct, that translates to more than 150,000 police officers nationwide. An informal effort by the Cato Institute in 2010 to track the number of police sexual-misconduct cases just in news stories counted 618 complaints nationwide that year, 354 of which involved forcible nonconsensual sexual activity like sexual assault or sexual battery.

Police Sergeant Doubled as Serial Rapist

It was nothing short of a nightmare — a man obsessively tracking women, sneaking into their homes, assaulting them, and forcing them to perform a bizarre “cleansing” ritual that washed away any hint of evidence from their bodies. Bloomington, Ill., Police Detective Clay Wheeler spent two years pursuing the first serial rapist in his town’s memory.

“I’ve seen more brutal things, more violent things, but some of the things that happened and what he would say and tell these girls as he’s assaulting them, and I mean, I get chills. It just disgusts me,” he said.

According to the 3rd Quarter Report of The National Police Misconduct Statistics and Reporting Project, police officers were accused of sexual assault at a rate of 79 per 100,000 law enforcement personal. The rate of accusations for the general public is 28.7 per 100,000 general public. When corrected for gender these numbers tell us that there are 1.5 times more accusations of sexual assualt among male law enforcement officers than among the general male population. The fact that rapists seem to be concentrated among a group of armed individuals who have the purported authority to detain and arrest other individuals should be more than a little alarming for even the most prolific police bootlicker. In just the last month, several stories of officers committing disgusting crimes have been in the news.

and these are the people supposedly “helping” sex workers; these are the people with the power to “rescue” us.  

Don’t fool yourself. English isn’t inherently superior, or easier to learn, or more sonically pleasing. Its international usage comes from forceful assimilation and legacy of colonialistic injection. It isn’t a deed that one should take pride in.

my uncle left this comment on his friend’s Facebook status, a white British man who was bragging about how easy it is to be a native English speaker when trekking to different nations. (via maarnayeri)

caring-isnotanadvantage:

B A K I N G | Upbeat music to play in the kitchen while my roommate and I bake. [listen]

1. Let’s Smash the Hourglass | Kingsfoil 2. He’s a Rebel (cover) | The Morning Benders 3. I’ve Just Seen a Face | The Beatles 4. The Girl | City and Colour 5. How to Be a Heartbreaker | Marina and the Diamonds 6. Tears | The Tragic Thrills 7. Rather Be | Clean Bandit ft. Jess Glynne 8. Anna Sun | Walk the Moon 9. Still Into You | Paramore 10. Everything is AWESOME!!! | Tegan and Sara ft. The Lonely Island 11. Pompeii | Bastille 12. Stutter | Marianas Trench 13. Thnks fr th Mmrs | Fall Out Boy 14. Little Talks | Of Monsters and Men 15. Paper Heart | Chloe Howl 16. Giving Up the Gun | Vampire Weekend 19. Everybody Talks | Neon Trees 20. Young Volcanoes | Fall Out Boy 21. Mr. Blue Sky | Electric Light Orchestra 22. That Green Gentleman | Panic! At the Disco 23. Do it 2 Me | Allstar Weekend 24. Follow | Michael Bernard Fitzgerald 25. I Feel Better | Gotye 26. Rock & Roll | Eric Hutchinson 27. Make a New Dance Up | Hey Ocean!

caring-isnotanadvantage:

B A K I N G | Upbeat music to play in the kitchen while my roommate and I bake. [listen]

1. Let’s Smash the Hourglass | Kingsfoil 2. He’s a Rebel (cover) | The Morning Benders 3. I’ve Just Seen a Face | The Beatles 4. The Girl | City and Colour 5. How to Be a Heartbreaker | Marina and the Diamonds 6. Tears | The Tragic Thrills 7. Rather Be | Clean Bandit ft. Jess Glynne 8. Anna Sun | Walk the Moon 9. Still Into You | Paramore 10. Everything is AWESOME!!! | Tegan and Sara ft. The Lonely Island 11. Pompeii | Bastille 12. Stutter | Marianas Trench 13. Thnks fr th Mmrs | Fall Out Boy 14. Little Talks | Of Monsters and Men 15. Paper Heart | Chloe Howl 16. Giving Up the Gun | Vampire Weekend 19. Everybody Talks | Neon Trees 20. Young Volcanoes | Fall Out Boy 21. Mr. Blue Sky | Electric Light Orchestra 22. That Green Gentleman | Panic! At the Disco 23. Do it 2 Me | Allstar Weekend 24. Follow | Michael Bernard Fitzgerald 25. I Feel Better | Gotye 26. Rock & Roll | Eric Hutchinson 27. Make a New Dance Up | Hey Ocean!

caring-isnotanadvantage:

B A K I N G | Upbeat music to play in the kitchen while my roommate and I bake. [listen]

1. Let’s Smash the Hourglass | Kingsfoil 2. He’s a Rebel (cover) | The Morning Benders 3. I’ve Just Seen a Face | The Beatles 4. The Girl | City and Colour 5. How to Be a Heartbreaker | Marina and the Diamonds 6. Tears | The Tragic Thrills 7. Rather Be | Clean Bandit ft. Jess Glynne 8. Anna Sun | Walk the Moon 9. Still Into You | Paramore 10. Everything is AWESOME!!! | Tegan and Sara ft. The Lonely Island 11. Pompeii | Bastille 12. Stutter | Marianas Trench 13. Thnks fr th Mmrs | Fall Out Boy 14. Little Talks | Of Monsters and Men 15. Paper Heart | Chloe Howl 16. Giving Up the Gun | Vampire Weekend 19. Everybody Talks | Neon Trees 20. Young Volcanoes | Fall Out Boy 21. Mr. Blue Sky | Electric Light Orchestra 22. That Green Gentleman | Panic! At the Disco 23. Do it 2 Me | Allstar Weekend 24. Follow | Michael Bernard Fitzgerald 25. I Feel Better | Gotye 26. Rock & Roll | Eric Hutchinson 27. Make a New Dance Up | Hey Ocean!

caring-isnotanadvantage:

B A K I N G | Upbeat music to play in the kitchen while my roommate and I bake. [listen]

1. Let’s Smash the Hourglass | Kingsfoil 2. He’s a Rebel (cover) | The Morning Benders 3. I’ve Just Seen a Face | The Beatles 4. The Girl | City and Colour 5. How to Be a Heartbreaker | Marina and the Diamonds 6. Tears | The Tragic Thrills 7. Rather Be | Clean Bandit ft. Jess Glynne 8. Anna Sun | Walk the Moon 9. Still Into You | Paramore 10. Everything is AWESOME!!! | Tegan and Sara ft. The Lonely Island 11. Pompeii | Bastille 12. Stutter | Marianas Trench 13. Thnks fr th Mmrs | Fall Out Boy 14. Little Talks | Of Monsters and Men 15. Paper Heart | Chloe Howl 16. Giving Up the Gun | Vampire Weekend 19. Everybody Talks | Neon Trees 20. Young Volcanoes | Fall Out Boy 21. Mr. Blue Sky | Electric Light Orchestra 22. That Green Gentleman | Panic! At the Disco 23. Do it 2 Me | Allstar Weekend 24. Follow | Michael Bernard Fitzgerald 25. I Feel Better | Gotye 26. Rock & Roll | Eric Hutchinson 27. Make a New Dance Up | Hey Ocean!

"talk about" rather than "ask me"

1: Talk about the first time you watched your favorite movie.

2: Talk about your first kiss.

3: Talk about the person you've had the most intense romantic feelings for.

4: Talk about the thing you regret most so far.

5: Talk about the best birthday you've had.

6: Talk about the worst birthday you've had.

7: Talk about your biggest insecurity.

8: Talk about the thing you are most proud of.

9: Talk about little things on your body that you like the most.

10: Talk about the biggest fight you've ever had.

11: Talk about the best dream you've ever had.

12: Talk about the worst dream you've ever had.

13: Talk about the first time you had sex/how you imagine your first time.

14: Talk about a vacation.

15: Talk about the time you were most content in life.

16: Talk about the best party you've ever been to.

17: Talk about someone you want to be friends with.

18: Talk about something that happened in elementary school.

19: Talk about something that happened in middle school.

20: Talk about something that happened in high school.

21: Talk about a time you had to turn someone down.

22: Talk about your worst fear.

23: Talk about a time someone turned you down.

24: Talk about something someone told you that meant a lot.

25: Talk about an ex-best friend.

26: Talk about things you do when you're sick.

27: Talk about your favorite part of someone else's body.

28: Talk about your fetishes.

29: Talk about what turns you on.

30: Talk about what turns you off.

31: Talk about what you think death is like.

32: Talk about a place you remember from your childhood.

33: Talk about what you do when you are sad.

34: Talk about the worst physical pain you've endured.

35: Talk about things you wish you could stop doing.

36: Talk about your guilty pleasures.

37: Talk about someone you thought you were in love with.

38: Talk about songs that remind you of certain people.

39: Talk about things you wish you'd known earlier.

40: Talk about the end of something in your life.

jlnicegirl:

clothinthesand:

inconveniencewhitepeople:

21st century circlejerk

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imageGlad to see JC Penney took its mistakes in stride

That is the way to recover

(Source: the-highgarden)

Anonymous asked
every fourth!

4. A musical artist you love that isn’t well known?

I dont know. Everyone I know is well known.

8. Last 3 blogs on your dashboard, not including any of your own.

bathtubbuccaneer​; mishandjen; eatsleepdraw

12. Who would be your ideal partner?

The Avengers

16. Inspiration behind your URL?

bookkeeper; triple doubles

20. Is there a song which can bring you to tears instantly?

probably. For a while it was Joe Nichols - If Nobody Believed In You

24. Have you ever online dated?

no

28. Favorite food?

breads

32. Are you a good liar?

sometimes

36. Are you a clean or messy person?

mostly messy

40. How old are you?

twenty…two? 22.

44. How many posts have you liked?

1,347—

48. Do you have a crush?

no

52. Do you have much of an ego?

yes. but i also think im worthless. you dig?

56. Do you like long or short hair?

both

60. Do you ever play board games or other non-computer games?

yes

64. What are your strengths?

easy logic problems, trivia, acting like a douche bag, disappearing

68. What do your parents do?

work and survive

72. What’s your lucky number?

27 36 52 12 9

76. What is your favorite color?

yellow and blue

80. What is your #1 favorite anime?

uh right now Free! maybe. I dont really watch anime.

84. What programs do you currently have open?

chrome; itunes; gimp;

88. What’s the longest you’ve ever gone without sleep?

close to 36 hours I think. 

theheartandthebottle:

asianbehindyou:

theperfectfacade:

annieelainey:

AM I SUPPOSED TO HATE MY BODY?

You, my good lady, made me cry with the ending. I have never seen something as rational and yet, personal, as this. It really made me think, pause, and analyze my own self-loathing and you’re so right. I’m wasting my precious time and I’ve damaged myself.

Why doesn’t this have more views? I’ve been thinking a lot lately about different things pertaining to myself, and one minute I’m okay with me and the next, I hate certain or all aspects of myself. In the shower this morning, I was thinking about my flabby arms and thunder thighs and I was like “Well, at least my stomach is kinda thin.” Then I thought, why do we have to pick bits and pieces of ourselves that we like in order to feel better about ourselves? Instead of shaming those certain features, why can’t we just love ourselves as a
whole? If we know we’ll never be perfect, then why do we critique ourselves and each other for not being perfect? It makes no sense. And this girl right here in this video is absolutely right. Why hate your body? What’s the point? If you have a problem with your weight, shape, or appearance, then maybe it’s not your body that you need to change, but instead, you need to change your way of thought/your self-concept. You are beautiful/handsome just the way you are. If you’re gonna change, change because you want to better yourself, not because of society’s crappy concept of beauty. You don’t need to starve yourself or workout, you just need to be happy. That’s all that matters.

Even if you want to change the way you look, why hate yourself today?

so i watched thor 2 last night

and HOW did yall manage to spoil the ending for me like a DAY after the movie came out but I never saw ONE POST WITH SHIRTLESS THOR NOR ALL THE DIVERSE CAST? HUH HUH

mother fuckers

karnythia:

talesofthestarshipregeneration:

theacemachine:

sourcedumal:

cybernotter:

pizzapuffs:

No media about the fact that there’s a All Male,  African American High school on the southside of chicago who year after year has a 100% graduating senior class who ALL get accepted to 4 year universities/colleges.

they just want to talk about how whether a person’s death on the southside is gang related or not.

WHAT

This is ridiculously impressive.

I’m just looking up sources, and the statistics are really incredible.

Yup

I am curious, however, of what percentage of these boys may have a disability or a learning disability…of course, not to detract from their obvious excellence, but I am a bit curious.

so am i actually. color lines comments that  they wanna see exactly how many of freshmen  make it to senior class and why that may be. 

Most of their students arrive reading 2 years below grade level, are low income & come from single parent homes. Urban Prep works because they have small class sizes, fellows (recent grads who act as mentors, tutors, & advocates) and students are in “prides” that essentially mean they always have a support network of peers as well as instructors. The staff is highly educated & has a demonstrable investment in the success of these disadvantaged young men of color. It’s literally designed to close the gaps that these students have had to deal with throughout their education. I have some criticisms of the way it focuses so heavily on the success of boys of color while excluding girls of color, but the model is at base a good one.