The Wife of Wrath


this is what i’ve been doing for the past 4 hours. i’m a damn idiot. a design for a cross stitch. im fucking cute. free to use, for all ur feminist/cross stitch/bee needs. (╯◕_◕)╯

This it pretty fucking awesome




this is what i’ve been doing for the past 4 hours. i’m a damn idiot. a design for a cross stitch. im fucking cute. free to use, for all ur feminist/cross stitch/bee needs. (╯◕_◕)╯

This it pretty fucking awesome


Women are considered fragile but I’ve never seen anything as easily wounded as a man’s ego.
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Today marks the anniversary of FDR signing executive order 9066, which authorized the “indefinite detention” of nearly 150,000 people on American soil.

The order authorized the Secretary of War and the U.S. Army to create military zones “from which any or all persons may be excluded.” The order left who might be excluded to the military’s discretion. When President Franklin D. Roosevelt inked his name to EO9066 on Feb. 19, 1942, it opened the door for the roundup of some 120,000 Japanese-Americans and Japanese citizens living along the west coast of the U.S. and their imprisonment in concentration camps. In addition, between 1,200 and 1,800 people of Japanese descent watched the war from behind barbed wire fences in Hawaii. Of those interned, 62 percent were U.S. citizens. The U.S. government also caged around 11,000 Americans of German ancestry and some 3,000 Italian-Americans.

#American History

This happened in Canada too, never forget.

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Sza - Julia



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From the Healing Walk, happening now. No pipelines.

You can also follow along from the official Flickr here.


The evening of June 17, hundreds of people stopped rush hour traffic on Georgia Street to voice their opposition against the Enbridge Northern Gateway pipeline.

The demonstration at the CBC building at Georgia and Hamilton streets was held just hours after the government of Prime Minster Stephen Harper granted conditional approval for the project.

See more photos: No Enbridge protest follows Harper’s approval of the Northern Gateway pipeline

Thanks to Jakub Markiewicz for the photos!

Ostwelve, Hip Hop vs. Harper

No fucking Enbridge, No fucking Kinder Morgan, No fucking problems.

(okay well still some problems, but it’s a start.)


Boat Migrants Risk Everything for a New Life in Europe

Eight months after a boat carrying hundreds of migrants sank off the coast of Lampedusa, killing more than 360 people and spurring an international outcry, the flow of migrants risking the perilous sea journey to Europe shows no signs of letting up. Already this year, the number of migrants arriving by boat on Italy’s shores has surpassed 40,000, the total number of migrants that arrived in 2013. 

On World Refugee Day, June 20, TIME is publishing a collection of images from photographer Massimo Sestini, who accompanied the Italian navy on its rescue missions earlier this month. The shots depict the treacherous conditions in which tens of thousands of migrants and refugees attempt the crossing, packed in rickety motorboats with limited supplies. But they also reveal, in a manner rarely seen, the human faces of some of the men, women and children who risk everything to make it to Europe.

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What the actual fuck?? You have to pay to sit on a bench in public. The fuck. That’s creepy as hell.


"Hey guys, I have a great idea! Instead of solving the issues that create homelessness, like lack of affordable housing and low wages and no access to health care, let’s just put fucking spikes everywhere so that they now have no where at all to sleep and make people pay to sit on public benches!"

People suck.

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In a capitalist setting, dehumanization for power and profit is nothing new. However, we have not traditionally considered campus rape as a problem associated with, or as a result of, capitalism because so many colleges are intended to be public institutions focused on supporting students’ efforts to get an education. Colleges are not supposed to be corporations. Yet this is what institutions of higher learning are rapidly becoming. When the focus of academia evolves into profit-making rather than providing education, safety risks and concerns of individuals become insignificant, and exploitation of people occurs - much like what happens with unregulated businesses, this is a side-effect of capitalism.
Lauren Chief Elk, Campus Rape and the Rise of the Academic Institutional Complex

Rihanna at the CFDA Awards | 2.6.14

All hail.

Rihanna at the CFDA Awards | 2.6.14

All hail.

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if you think for one second, for one solitary second, that demanding tolerance for men as a group, that dismissing the reality of violence against women because not all men kill, not all men rape, if you think that’s more important than demanding justice for those who have been brutalised and murdered by those not all men, then you are part of the problem. You may not have pulled the trigger. You may not have raised your hand to a woman in your life. But you are part of the problem
New Statesman | Let’s call the Isla Vista killings what they were: misogynist extremism (via getradified)


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By focusing on legible seats of power, activist groups and outraged political players have largely sidestepped the question of how surveilled subjects uphold—cannot but uphold—their position as surveilled. It is perhaps unbearable to consider that modes of surveillance undergird the way we live in contemporary capitalism. A state of totalized surveillance serves government interests (in social control) and corporate interests (in an enumerated and trackable populace). And it has become a significant source of growth and value within it. But we who use and rely on the devices that render us ripe, surveillable subjects are trapped by the autonomy they also promise us.
Natasha Lennard, “Of Being Numerous" via The New Inquiry
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