Jackie and Kelso had a baby omg

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lovingymnastics:

2014 Men’s Artistic Gymnastics Team (x) - USA Gymnastics

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Someone unfollowed me bc of my Pluto jokes.

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aren’t there enough bad things in the world for humanity to have to suffer through another Nicholas Sparks movie?

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rocketssurgery:

Decided to make a handy graphic after seeing a lot of misinformation spread around tumblr. Current science isn’t perfect and definitions are bound to change, but I wanted to push back against the hostile attitude against it because it seems like a lot of people are being hostile for the wrong reasons.

Please let me know if there are any factual errors, thank you :)

Ok this is what I thought but the jokes are still funny!

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the-clone-clubber:

Pluto right now

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gbfrankie:

Pluto becoming a planet again has really taught us that if we complain hard enough about something, we can change things, even on a planetary level

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I can’t understand the logic that more guns will lessen gun violence. Kinda like throwing wood into a forest fire.

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"

'Sex' doesn't sell. Erosion of female self esteem does. The feeling of superiority over women does. Turning women into 'things' to be studied, scrutinized & judged and then calling it 'sex' does.

Sex doesn’t sell. Objectification does

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Sadiqa Thornton (via internetexplorers)

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dynastylnoire:

Lupita Nyong’o as Storm

i got chills

^^^omg me tooo!

listen

Whoa

I’m here for this

hoodkage

i mean y’all know storm has origins in kenya right?

^^^ yeeeeeeeees

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http://isitorderorisitchaos.tumblr.com/post/98841242064/dancingdingledodies-admiralfeareon

dancingdingledodies:

admiralfeareon:

dancingdingledodies:

Whenever someone says the wage gap isn’t real because it’s really all about choices you see. Ah yes, those choices women make in a bubble. No outside factors influence their decisions, really!

If outside influences do…

Some do some don’t. For example pharmacists are paid exactly the same. But where the wage gap can be seen is in careers like business and medicine. A lot of time these are careers where males get more promotions because they are perceived as more efficient and/or because they put in more hours (because women tend to work around children’s schedules or because they take more time off to be with family).

The argument isn’t without merit but we have to understand that no one makes a choice in a bubble of existence which was my only point. I didn’t say the wage gap existed or not but it’s hilarious how I got hate from 2 anti feminists although they claim to be anti feminists because feminists go around attacking people and yet they’re clearly stalking the feminist tag precisely so they can attack people.

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admiralfeareon:

dancingdingledodies:

Whenever someone says the wage gap isn’t real because it’s really all about choices you see. Ah yes, those choices women make in a bubble. No outside factors influence their decisions, really!

If outside influences do factor their decisions all you’re saying is women are too stupid or too unprepared to face a job with challenges.

Not at all, I’m saying socialization plays a role. Of course there are a million variables when talking about the wage gap which is why it lends itself to drastically different views but the people that say there is no wage gap because women just choose lower paying professions are ignoring the fact that 1. The way boys and girls are socialized makes them more likely to choose a certain type of profession; 2. The qualities that women are supposedly lacking to excel in the higher earning jobs is also due to the way we are socialized; 3. Women can be discouraged from certain professions either by family, society, teachers, or by the amount of sexual harassment they encounter in certain work environments; and 4. Women tend to work odd hours because of family obligations but again women are socialized to prioritize family over career in a way men are not, and those expectations way heavily consciously or not.

There are plenty of psychological studies out there that show how boys are encouraged to be more daring and outspoken, the qualities that are usually needed to the top paying jobs, while girls are taught to be cautious, polite, respectful.

Of course there are exceptions but pretending that choices are completely independent from external factors is lazy thinking.

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