benedictatorship

transfriendly jobs

quiet-little-english-garden:

babybutta:

equiuszahhak:

 i’ve been doing research about jobs/companies that are accepting of trans and the like since i’m going job hunting again next month, and i found this list, which lists trans-friendly businesses. it links to this page, a directory for employers.

tagging so people can see it, i figured this might come in handy for some people!

BOOOOOOOOOOOOOOST

boostan

consulting-time-lord-in-impala

Reblog if you think it’s okay to be homosexual

beautiful4allmybigmistakes:

tips0888:

the-perks-0f-being-a-cactus:

makeitearlgrey:

pro-anarchy:

andrysb24:

fumareta-hana:

fumareta-hana:

I need to prove a point to my homophobic friend.

I’m writing down the urls of everyone who reblogs this in a notebook, and will present it to my friend when it is sufficiently full.

You’re gonna need a bigger book

No you’re gonna need a new friend

Or both

deffinetly both

rebloging everytime

LET’S BREAK THE NOTES

dederants

Imagine a week without running water. Imagine not only the physical thirst but also the inability to bathe, to cook, or to clean. Imagine the hardships this scenario would present for a family with children in diapers and the public health risks it would impose on a broader community.

This is the reality right now in Detroit. But we can change it. Today, I am proposing a range of solutions — including an immediate cessation of shutoffs, special protections for vulnerable groups, and new long-term investments in the water system — to resolve this crisis.

What makes the current situation particularly troubling is that it is not the result of a real disaster or an underdeveloped water system, but rather the result of a short-sighted business decision.

— John Conyers, D-MI, in Detroit’s Water Cutoffs: Counterproductive and Coldhearted, Huffington Post, 6/26/14

This is one of the most racist things to happen in the United States in a long time. The local utility more than doubled the rate on water in an impoverished city, and then took the step of cutting off water to tens of thousands of households. The citizens can do nothing because the state of Michigan deprived them of political power by installing a temporary emergency manager to rule the city. It’s racist because of how high a percentage of the people affected are African American. It’s racist because apparently no one is talking about it who isn’t African American. 

Well, I’m white (or whatever you think Ashkenazi Jews are) and I’m not going to shut up about it. There’s not much I can do, but I can do this. I can not shut up. I advise you not to shut up either. 

(via schemingreader)

iamnotafeministtbh

yivialo:

drankinwatahmelin:

nosleeptilbushwick:

theangryguardianangel:

ednaisdrowning:

racethewind10:

lolicrafter:

inga-na:

Actresses + suits

LADIES IN SUITS THOUGH

BLESS THIS POST

Let me just add some colour to this blinding parade of whiteness

Amber Riley – Plus Size Black Actress and Musician

Frieda Pinto – Indian Actress and Model

Nicole Scherzinger – Filipino and Hawaiian Musician and Actress

Camilla Belle – Brazilian Actress

Ms. Esther Taking-Lives-With-Her-Style Quek – Singaporean Fashion Director

Alicia Fucking Keys – Black Musician, Producer, Pianist, and Actress

Janelle You-Cannot-Seriously-Have-Forgotten-This-Woman-Who-Fucking-Slays-In-Suits-Every-Goddamn-Day Monáe – Black Musician and Composer

And the Badass Woman Who Probably Started It All
Bianca Jagger – Nicaraguan Social and Human Rights Activist and Former Actress

Bless this entire post.

OH BOY IT GOT SO MUCH BETTER :D

MORE COLOR!!!!!

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