girljanitor:

catladysoul:

omg W O R K

okay seriously i think i just came
shame on me

girljanitor:

catladysoul:

omg W O R K

okay seriously i think i just came

shame on me

(Source: heartbestill)

girljanitor:

Tumblr’s gonna kill me
I’m too hungover to have this many boners

girljanitor:

Tumblr’s gonna kill me

I’m too hungover to have this many boners

Reblog if you expressly do *NOT* give permission to anyone to study/observe your writing for any academic purposes.

uninhibitedandunrepentant:

dumbthingswhitepplsay:

anedumacation:

woh-battameez:

Unless otherwise stated. 

yeah that goes out to you colorblinding.

yep colorblinding

… Alright. This fucking pisses me off. I’m a student of academia, and the idea of ‘informed consent’ is a really blurry line. Some theorists like to use the freely accessible information on places like forums and Tumblr as being literally that; free to use for study purposes because it is available for anyone to see in a permanent manner. But that doesn’t fucking matter.

You are still using living human beings, their words, their opinions, them in your study. And as scholars, you are fucking obligated to get written informed consent before conducting any sort of research that involves people. It doesn’t fucking matter if it’s online. It doesn’t fucking matter if it’s posted up there for the world to see. It doesn’t matter if someone walks up to you on the street and hands you a piece of paper with their opinion on it.

You. Get. Fucking. Informed. Written. Consent.

That’s it. The end.

You don’t walk in with your elitist scholarly swagger and sashay your hips and decide that because you have or are working toward a diploma or a degree or a bachelor or a Masters or a Ph.D that you suddenly are better than everyone you’re studying and can do what the fuck you want.

You don’t.

Get the fuck over yourself.

seriously.

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"Katniss may not be able to be “classified as Native American or Latina or mixed-race,” but she has been CLASSIFIED — and self-identifies — as racially, ethnically, and culturally Seam, and makes that a huge counterpoint to her view of Peeta, who she classifies as racially, ethnically, and culturally a Merchant. No, Panem does not seem to have the same racial markers (or ethnic, cultural, or religious markers) as we do. That DOES NOT MEAN that they don’t exist, and DOES NOT MEAN that they should be ignored when we ARE given their differences in the text. We don’t know HOW dark the Seam’s skin is. But we know that it is pointedly darker than the Merchants’ and that has made a significant, significant difference in how people are raised, married, treated, and receive job placement in D12."

Anonymous commentator (via katnissisoliveskinneddealwithit)

Really good summation of the issue.  I’d add that other major characters (notably Haymitch and Gale) are described as ethnically similar, yet are also played by white actors.  Heck, they didn’t even bother giving Haymitch dark hair.

(via allies-person)

Yes, this.  It definitely bothers me that people want to make a fuss about how “white people can have olive skin too!”  Well, yes,  that is true.  I’m part Sicilian, and my Sicilian grandmother was far darker than I am, and her skin would have been considered to be an olive tone.  However, the point is that it should be obvious to the viewers that there’s a DIFFERENCE between the Seam and the Merchant classes.  It should be notably different racially.  But you watch the movie, and the only color you get is by watching the clips from Rue’s district.  Everything else is quite white.  I find that to really have missed the point. Why have physical descriptors at all if you’re just going to ignore them?

I’m really interested to see who will be cast as Finnick.  I have a feeling I’m going to be highly disappointed. 

(via goldenheartedrose)

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deluxvivens:

notpefectbutnotbroken:

ok now its my turn. I see it both ways.I think native american head dresses should be for cultural purposes,because there very symbollic and there is many diffrent types of headdresses.they varie from tribe,occasions,and they arent just given away or bought.you must earn the right to wear one. but I will say that the stirctly cultural native americans should see it as a compliment. people are trying so hard to mimic your culture laugh cuz they will never be original.and to the hipster or fashion people you do have to take in consideration that its part of a culture and it stand for more than just fashion or a costume,if your going to wear it wear it with respect for a culture and what they went through.you may not agree with me but I dont give a fuck. oh and the roman looking picture is inspired by a native american headress.

*stares*

it’s like i understand that there are words here and what they mean separately but when you put them all together in this order it’s just…i’ve got nothin’.

deluxvivens:

notpefectbutnotbroken:

ok now its my turn. I see it both ways.I think native american head dresses should be for cultural purposes,because there very symbollic and there is many diffrent types of headdresses.they varie from tribe,occasions,and they arent just given away or bought.you must earn the right to wear one. but I will say that the stirctly cultural native americans should see it as a compliment. people are trying so hard to mimic your culture laugh cuz they will never be original.and to the hipster or fashion people you do have to take in consideration that its part of a culture and it stand for more than just fashion or a costume,if your going to wear it wear it with respect for a culture and what they went through.you may not agree with me but I dont give a fuck. oh and the roman looking picture is inspired by a native american headress.

*stares*

it’s like i understand that there are words here and what they mean separately but when you put them all together in this order it’s just…i’ve got nothin’.

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"Because when Kony 2012 came out, that was a big deal. But when Inuit children are starving because white people took over their country in epic acts of colonialism and to fix the problem white people might have to acknowledge their privilege to find a solution; well then no one wants to get their hands dirty."

littleojibwe throwing down some hard truths.  (via marrymejasonsegel)

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trubr0wn:

same

trubr0wn:

same

(via )

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Getting into the Evil League of Evil wasn’t that hard

wifescream:

It only cost Dr. Horrible a penny.

Oh, wait.

AWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWW

i has a sad.

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