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Persepolis (2007) - dir. Marjane Satrapi & Vincent Paronnaud

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Ironically, Adolf Hitler displayed more knowledge of how we treated Native Americans than American high schoolers today who rely on their textbooks. Hitler admired our concentration camps for American Indians in the west and according to John Toland, his biographer, “often praised to his inner circle the efficiency of America’s extermination—by starvation and uneven combat” as the model for his extermination of Jews and Gypsies (Rom people).

James W. Loewen, Lies My Teacher Told Me  (via pupunahsh)

We hate him so much, but we don’t look at our own history.

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lowtuss said: fuck you with your cruel fashion and get off my dash

fyeahindigenousfashion:

We did not get on your dash; you followed us. A simple unfollow would have done, but in the future please keep your imperialist vitriol to yourself. Fur is part of many indigenous people’s clothing out of necessity, and it is not your place to label fur items as cruel just because white settlers lock up and torture their fur animals. There’s a better target for your comments. Thank you.

This also goes for anyone else who subscribes to Western animal rights movements’ ideals and misplaces their anger on indigenous peoples who have no history of systemic animal abuse. It seems like indigenous peoples are easy, soft targets for this particular kind of “activism” and I don’t even have words for how messed up that is when the culture that needs fixing is the Western one.

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The Vic, Chicago, 61814. Stormy night, awesome show.

The Vic, Chicago, 61814. Stormy night, awesome show.

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fringe + bowl cut

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Courtney McCullough
Photo by Haoyuan Ren, Los Angeles

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Courtney McCullough

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Courtney McCullough by Sung Han (x)

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Courtney McCullough by Sung Han (x)

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SMOKING IS BAD! :)

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erikamymodel:

SMOKING IS BAD! :)

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The first time I learned about street harassment, I was taught that only I could prevent it. This was about the same time that Smokey the Bear was telling me that only I could prevent forest fires and Captain Planet told me that the power was mine to save the Earth. The world was sure entrusting a lot to seven-year-old me.

The aforementioned logic about street harassment taught me that street harassers targeted only “sluts and whores.” This overwhelmingly male population that felt the need to humiliate women were never referred to harassers, assailants, or even bullies, but instead regarded as some sort of moral authority that reminded women when they were demeaning themselves. My job was simple: if I had the self-respect or dressed properly and carried myself with dignity, my friendly neighborhood Hemline Police and Cleavage Monitors would not have to encourage me to cover myself up with their lewd comments and unwarranted advances.
The Danger at the Intersection of Street Harassment and Compulsory Heterosexuality" -Autostraddle (via thenoodlesoupwetaketowork)

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