dragonite-the-fallen-angel:

starsandmoonschild:

Walk into the club with your bestfriend like

you can tell by the way that i walk im a ladies man no time to talk

dragonite-the-fallen-angel:

starsandmoonschild:

Walk into the club with your bestfriend like

you can tell by the way that i walk im a ladies man no time to talk

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halftheskymovement:

In honor of Marie Claire's 20th anniversary, the magazine celebrates 20 women audaciously blazing new paths for women and girls. Among them is Olivia Wilde, the actress and activist working to redefine charitable giving and contributions."I don’t mean to sound ungrateful to the people who give money to charities," Wilde says. "But I yearn for a better way, a more consistent way, to give." Wilde co-founded Conscious Commerce and collaborated with Anthropologie to create and sell a tea dress, donating $100,000 in proceeds to New Light Kolkata, which works to keep girls from being forced into the sex trade."There’s a certain amount of cynicism connected to philanthropy," says Wilde, a board member for Artists for Peace and Justice in Haiti. “But I’m optimistic. I want to show people not to lose hope.”Read more via Marie Claire.

halftheskymovement:

In honor of Marie Claire's 20th anniversary, the magazine celebrates 20 women audaciously blazing new paths for women and girls. Among them is Olivia Wilde, the actress and activist working to redefine charitable giving and contributions.

"I don’t mean to sound ungrateful to the people who give money to charities," Wilde says. "But I yearn for a better way, a more consistent way, to give." Wilde co-founded Conscious Commerce and collaborated with Anthropologie to create and sell a tea dress, donating $100,000 in proceeds to New Light Kolkata, which works to keep girls from being forced into the sex trade.

"There’s a certain amount of cynicism connected to philanthropy," says Wilde, a board member for Artists for Peace and Justice in Haiti. “But I’m optimistic. I want to show people not to lose hope.”

Read more via Marie Claire.

halftheskymovement:

Emma Sulkowicz, a Columbia University senior, says a classmate raped her in her dorm room at the beginning of her sophomore year. Though she and two other students reported that the same student assaulted them, all of their claims were swept under the rug, and the male student was allowed to continue taking classes.In a performance-style protest called “Mattress Performance” or “Carry That Weight,” Sulkowicz vows to carry her mattress around campus every day until her alleged rapist is expelled.“Rape can happen anywhere. For me I was raped in my own dorm bed, and since then that space has become fraught for me,” she said in a video about the project. “And I feel like I’ve carried the weight of what happened there with me everywhere since then.”Read more via New York Magazine.

halftheskymovement:

Emma Sulkowicz, a Columbia University senior, says a classmate raped her in her dorm room at the beginning of her sophomore year. Though she and two other students reported that the same student assaulted them, all of their claims were swept under the rug, and the male student was allowed to continue taking classes.

In a performance-style protest called “Mattress Performance” or “Carry That Weight,” Sulkowicz vows to carry her mattress around campus every day until her alleged rapist is expelled.

“Rape can happen anywhere. For me I was raped in my own dorm bed, and since then that space has become fraught for me,” she said in a video about the project. “And I feel like I’ve carried the weight of what happened there with me everywhere since then.”

Read more via New York Magazine.

jopara:

whatthefuckisfootball:

barcaoveralife:

HHAHHAHAHHAH xD

Always reblog

~the beautiful game~
jopara:

whatthefuckisfootball:

barcaoveralife:

HHAHHAHAHHAH xD

Always reblog

~the beautiful game~
gaywrites:

Remember that online fundraiser to build a pro-LGBT billboard in the Westboro Baptist Church’s hometown? It worked. Feast your eyes on the “God Loves Gays” billboard, standing proud in Topeka, Kansas for all to see. If any additional funding comes through, it will be used for bus ads in Topeka, donations to LGBT youth organizations, and possibly a similar billboard in Utah. Bless. (via the Huffington Post)
gaywrites:

Remember that online fundraiser to build a pro-LGBT billboard in the Westboro Baptist Church’s hometown? It worked. Feast your eyes on the “God Loves Gays” billboard, standing proud in Topeka, Kansas for all to see. If any additional funding comes through, it will be used for bus ads in Topeka, donations to LGBT youth organizations, and possibly a similar billboard in Utah. Bless. (via the Huffington Post)
thephotographerssociety:

moarrrmagazine:

Powerful social issue ads that will stop and make you think…

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moarrrmagazine:

Powerful social issue ads that will stop and make you think…

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moarrrmagazine:

Powerful social issue ads that will stop and make you think…

Photography Digest
thephotographerssociety:

moarrrmagazine:

Powerful social issue ads that will stop and make you think…

Photography Digest
thephotographerssociety:

moarrrmagazine:

Powerful social issue ads that will stop and make you think…

Photography Digest
thephotographerssociety:

moarrrmagazine:

Powerful social issue ads that will stop and make you think…

Photography Digest
thephotographerssociety:

moarrrmagazine:

Powerful social issue ads that will stop and make you think…

Photography Digest
thephotographerssociety:

moarrrmagazine:

Powerful social issue ads that will stop and make you think…

Photography Digest