little egg harbor, nj



if you’re a guy and you say you support women and feminism you better never say bitch. just take it out of your vocab it’s not hard

and gay men are included in this don’t think there’s an exception

tagged: +MMHMM 


ya hes cute…….but is he conscientious of the social inequalities and corruption in hierarchies of power that plague this world

tagged: +TRU 
Here’s some fantastic news for your Friday: On Thursday, the California Senate unanimously approved a new bill that defines sexual consent as a firm “yes” rather than a lack of “no.”


This is a big win for anti-rape activists, many of whom have been touting the necessity of an “affirmative consent” standard for years. California Gov. Jerry Brown (D) has the next month to sign the bill into law. If he does, schools across the state would be required to define consent before engaging in sexual activity as an “affirmative, conscious, and voluntary agreement” or risk losing state financial aid funding.

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psh yeah whatever


The phone camera is soooo nice tho


An original “zine” / mini sketchbook in a cream yellow notebook. Fifth book of a very limited edition of ten. Kept as a mini sketchbook over a few days, this is a collection of six unique little drawings done with graphite. Book also includes ephemera stuck in on some pages and a little mini photocopied zine made especially for this project, as well as a polaroid. 

Available here —-


15 questions white people will never have to ask themselves

Many white people may never truly understand why incidents like the Michael Brown shooting infuriate blacks and other people of color — even when it’s clear that race plays a large, looming role in how the situation snowballed to the 18-year-old’s death.

This is in part because white people can move through daily life without constantly thinking about how their race will be perceived. Part of having white privilege is the freedom from worrying about racism, a freedom their black counterparts have never known. But it gives black people a unique yet challenging perspective by which they navigate the world. 

African-American scholar W.E.B. DuBois called this “double consciousness,” Follow micdotcom


Islamorada Sunset by Michael Creese


Islamorada Sunset by Michael Creese