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eresselove:

impossiblenothings:

Look at this curly mother fuckiin cat

Dear god. That owner has got some grooming on their hands. 

eresselove:

impossiblenothings:

Look at this curly mother fuckiin cat

Dear god. That owner has got some grooming on their hands. 

theleftboobgrabber:

just go watch strange empire already

  • feminist western
  • FEMINIST WESTERN
  • FEMINIST WESTERN
  • did ya hear?
  • let that sink in
  • i mean
  • so meany womenimageimageimageimage
  • so meany well written women
  • 3 amazing leads
  • 2 of them are women of colorimageimage
  • and the 3rd one is autistic AND A GODDAMN DOCTORimageimage
  • family of choiceimageimage
  • women sticking together against the abuse that men would put them throughimage
  • women kicking some assimage
  • women helping other women to get out of abusing/problematic relationship image

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  • and some male eye candy i guessimage

charlotte-lecter:

scully is all of us.

Tagged with: #scully  #x-files  
rabbitglitter:

Dear cis men regulating reproductive rights 

rabbitglitter:

Dear cis men regulating reproductive rights 

h0odrich:

please don’t do meth/heroin/crack/pcp or any of that wild shit please just smoke bud and relax none of the other shit is worth it

lameboob:

lameboob:

lameboob:

how do you make someone holy

you beat the hell out of them

my 96 year old catholic grandma told me this joke

archiemcphee:

San Francisco-based artist Mona Caron beautifully painted this utility box at the intersection of Church St. and Duboce Ave. in San Francisco to make the drab grey box disappear into its urban surroundings and make those surroundings appear more utopian.

The Utility box envisions the mega-supermarket demolished and replaced with a local farmers’ market, but with its rear wall with the mural saved and propped up. This is a vision taken from Chris Carlsson’s utopian novel “After the Deluge” - so this painting pays homage to his homage.

That big mural seen both behind and on the utility box is the Duboce Bikeway Mural, also the work of Mona Caron.

Head over to Mona Caron’s website to check out more of the awesome ways she’s used her artwork to make San Francisco more beautiful.

[via io9]

Tagged with: #san francisco  #street art