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Just things I like. I'm interested in the lives of women and children from both sides during WW2 and world war 1 (Tags are 'women in wartime' and 'children in wartime'). If you know any good books or films on the subject I'm interested in hearing about them. Of course war isn't pleasent so some of the pictures may be disturbing. I'm not terribly interested in anime but I like Dragon ball Z so there will be a bit of that too.

I also really like Florence and the machine, arcade fire, emilie autumn and die antwoord. I like loads of stuff but these are my top 4 right now


The German anti-war film Die Brücke is my favourite film ever so I'll post screenshots from time to time. As far as I know this fandom consists of only me. If you know where I can get an English dubbed version I would be really grateful. There is also a novel of the same name that I can't seem to find an English translation of so again if you know where I can get one I'd appreciate it.




I don't have any particularly strong views on anything.

Anonymous asked: Us white guys (usually) don't have game cause our women are as basic as making a glass of water


Answer:

terrasigillata:

queenhijab:

onlyblackgirl:

black--lamb:

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yeah this is sexist.

u sure? then why are white men always so mad when white women date men of colour? if we were so ‘basic’ (i think that’s aave btw) then clearly you would have less to complain about. p sure woc don’t want anything to do with you either. bye.

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Banning abortion does not actually affect abortion rates. I was could not have been more shocked. I learned that all banning abortion does is make abortion illegal – and unsafe. I found that almost 50,000 women worldwide die each year from unsafe abortions, and that many more experience serious injury or infertility. These deaths happen almost entirely in countries where abortion is illegal – and thus clandestine. In fact, when abortion was made legal in South Africa, the number of abortion related deaths fell by over 90%.

Overturning Roe, I realized, would not make women stop having abortions. Instead, it would simply punish women who have abortions by requiring them to risk their health to do so. This is all well and good if the goal is to punish women for seeking abortions, but if the goal is to keep unborn babies from being murdered, this is extremely ineffective.

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Every time I read this article I am filled with hope.

How I Lost Faith in the “Pro-Life” Movement

(via iamnotafeministtbh)

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gerard-you-little-shit:

mutisija:

list of unnecessary comments:

  • OMG THE NOTES!!!1
  • INSTANT REBLOG!!
  • I HAVE REBLOGGED THIS NOW 101760935 TIMES
  • I REGRET NOTHING!
  • nightbloggers are here XD
  • THIS^^^^^^^
  • IF YOU DONT REBLOG THIS YOU ARE HEARTLESS PIECE OF SHIT
  • Follow for more epic lulz XD
  • ITS BACK!!!
  • *9124856015 reaction gifs*
  • Funny part in bold
  • Funny part in bold
  • FUNNY PART IN BOLD

oh you forgot the best one

  • i tried to scroll past I really did

(via nawsswan)

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1overjordan24:

THIS NIGGA CATCHING THE TRAIN TO GO FIGHT MAJIN BUU

1overjordan24:

THIS NIGGA CATCHING THE TRAIN TO GO FIGHT MAJIN BUU

(via ruinedchildhood)

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n-nevskaya-n:

The ‘Petticoat Duellists’ of 1792.

n-nevskaya-n:

The ‘Petticoat Duellists’ of 1792.

(via architecture-and-culture)

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travel-photos-eme:

Leixlip , County Kildare, Ireland

travel-photos-eme:

Leixlip , County Kildare, Ireland

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#europe 
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