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cryptoshark:

some pictures of genelle from a few weeks ago

1 day ago on April 23rd | J | 18 notes

Life update?

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1 day ago on April 23rd | J | 0 notes
wildpuncake:

Sansa and Margaery

wildpuncake:

Sansa and Margaery

1 day ago on April 23rd | J | 1,193 notes

oliviawhen:

A little late, but happy earth day! Have some rainy birds. 

1 day ago on April 23rd | J | 7,110 notes
Tagged as: #art 

beben-eleben:

How Did We Not Think of These Pancake Ideas Ourselves

2 days ago on April 22nd | J | 72,392 notes

Casual Easter selfie because why not and I made an effort today

Sorry I haven’t posted anything in about 2 months

Lots has been going on in my life healthwise and yeah it’s been rough oh well

Also I bought a penguin kigurumi and I love it a lot <3

4 days ago on April 20th | J | 4 notes
ampullae:

withasperity:

[image: a photo of a manatee pressing its face against a glass wall]

blorp

ampullae:

withasperity:

[image: a photo of a manatee pressing its face against a glass wall]

blorp

4 days ago on April 20th | J | 78,190 notes
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mister-lex:

Booker, catch

mister-lex:

Booker, catch

4 days ago on April 20th | J | 62,046 notes

gameofthrones-fanart:

Game of Thrones Women: The Ladies of Ice and Fire Illustrations by Azim Al Ghussein

1 month ago on March 15th | J | 13,584 notes
Tagged as: #asoiaf 

daniellelavigne:

policymic:

Brave woman uses @Ireland to discuss abortion

Started in March 2012 and maintained by WorldIrish, the @Ireland account switches from person to person every week. This rotation it’s found a powerful voice in Janet Ní Shuilleabháin, a feminist who has taken the opportunity to declare her support for legalized abortion across the country.

In Ireland, abortion rights are deeply contentious. Approximately 84.2% of the Republic of Ireland self-identifies as Roman Catholic, according to central government surveys taken in 2011. Largely, as a result, abortions that are performed for any reason other than to save the life of the mother are illegal. Under a law originally passed in 1861 and which stands to this day, abortion is punishable by life imprisonment. Since 1980, an estimated 138,000 Irish women have traveled abroad (mostly to England) to terminate pregnancies.

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Janet is awesome. Some of you might know her as the woman at Octocon 2013 who would run in at the end of panels and do jazz hands to tell you there were 10 minutes left. :)

Here she is discussing bisexuality on Ireland AM: http://www.tv3.ie/3player/show/184/75655/1/Ireland-AM

There have been so many amazing people with uteruses and without who have been fighting for reproductive rights in Ireland for years and it’s really great to finally see Ireland receiving the shame it deserves for forcing people to travel overseas for basic medical services. This not only shames people who seek abortions, but often causes financial and personal hardship, and there are many people who can’t legally or financially leave the country (asylum seekers for example). After the death of Savita Halappanavar, and massive public outcry, and demonstrations, we finally got a bill into law that allows for termination where the life of the pregnant person is at risk, but not the health. And even then, there are difficult hoops to jump through. The bill introduced a lot of horrible provisions, but it’s a start. Now Ireland must repeal the 8th Ammendment which states:

The State acknowledges the right to life of the unborn and, with due regard to the equal right to life of the mother, guarantees in its laws to respect, and, as far as practicable, by its laws to defend and vindicate that right.

You can find out more about why here.

1 month ago on March 15th | J | 282 notes

glutenfreefoodporn:

Asian box, Palo Alto CA

1 month ago on February 26th | J | 55 notes

etsy:

The Art of Staying Aloft: a photo series by Gloria Wilson of Small Mysteries.

2 months ago on February 11th | J | 92,667 notes

Drogon

Drogon

2 months ago on February 11th | J | 16,860 notes
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