Posted 12 months ago

ohemaagold:

androphilia:

فواد و امیر می نویسند:
این عکس را اول تقدیم میکنیم به‌ مادرانمان و بعدا به‌ تمام زنان سرزمینمان کوردستان.
پوشیدن لباس زنانه‌ی کوردی نه‌ تنها تحقیر نیست بلکه‌ یک افتخار بزگ است برای ما.
از دیرباز زنان سرزمینمان پا به‌ پای مردان در همه‌ی جایگاه جامعه‌ حضور داشته‌اند،
در آن زمانی که‌ به‌ خاطر زن بودن آنهارا زنده‌ به‌ گور میکردند، زنان ملتمان کوردستان در جنگها فرمانده‌ و در جامعه‌ از ارزش والایی برخوردار بودند،
هیچ کس و هیچ دولت و قانونی نمیتواند به‌ زنان ما بی احترامی کند .

“Being a woman is not a means to humiliate and punish anyone”

After a policeman in the Iranian Kurdish town of Marivan paraded an accused criminal in traditional Kurdish women’s clothes in the streets in order to humiliate him, women marched in the city condemning the use of women’s attire as a kind of humiliation.

In support, an internet campaign of Kurdish and other Iranian men has sprung up showing men wearing Kurdish women’s clothes and messages and support. For example, this message says,”wearing Kurdish women’s clothes is not only not an insult, it is instead a great honor for us,” and goes on to describe how women stand side by side with men in every part of society and during wartime.

Support the campaign by liking the page!
زن بودن ابزار تحقیر و تنبیه هیچ کس نیست

(via Ajam Media Collective)

They look fabulous too

Posted 1 year ago
It is likely I will die next to a pile of things I was meaning to read.
Lemony Snicket (via luna-vespertine)

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Posted 1 year ago

Panda Baby and her Mom x

(Source: pandasgifs)

Posted 1 year ago

Aw fuck, why are they talking about TOR?! Stop talking about TOR!

Posted 1 year ago
Posted 1 year ago
oohvoldyvoldemort:

toomanyfeelsatonetime:

impresed:

hiitheere:

lampfaced:

silverlynxcat:

onelifetimee:

Alt + Ctlr + reblog sign(double click) 

I’m honestly cracking up, and my mum is looking at me like I’m more deranged than usual.



oh. wow

omg

JESUS

stahp

oohvoldyvoldemort:

toomanyfeelsatonetime:

impresed:

hiitheere:

lampfaced:

silverlynxcat:

onelifetimee:

Alt + Ctlr + reblog sign(double click) 

I’m honestly cracking up, and my mum is looking at me like I’m more deranged than usual.

oh. wow

omg

JESUS

stahp

Posted 1 year ago
oohvoldyvoldemort:

toomanyfeelsatonetime:

impresed:

hiitheere:

lampfaced:

silverlynxcat:

onelifetimee:

Alt + Ctlr + reblog sign(double click) 

I’m honestly cracking up, and my mum is looking at me like I’m more deranged than usual.



oh. wow

omg

JESUS

stahp

oohvoldyvoldemort:

toomanyfeelsatonetime:

impresed:

hiitheere:

lampfaced:

silverlynxcat:

onelifetimee:

Alt + Ctlr + reblog sign(double click) 

I’m honestly cracking up, and my mum is looking at me like I’m more deranged than usual.

oh. wow

omg

JESUS

stahp

Posted 1 year ago

racethewind10:

Also, in a day and age where parents are (rightly) concerned about the violence and sexual themes available to kids on television? There is Big Bird and Grover and Cookie Monster teaching tolerance, and counting, not killing. That ALONE should be worth 130 million. 

Posted 1 year ago

pert-vladimir:

So we’ve been watching this series called How We Won The War and they’re currently doing a section about female ATA pilots during WW2 and holy shit look how badass they are

They were the first women allowed into, let alone fly, an RAF aircraft. Their male peers were of they opinion that they should “go back to the kitchen” so only let them fly shitty archaic planes with open cockpits that nearly caused them to freeze to death one winter. They tried to make them wear skirts and stockings during winter but they were like “haha no” and wore proper flight gear instead. They flew in terrible weather with poor visibility, no radio and no electronic navigational equipment. Though not permitted to fly into combat zones they were still frequently under fire. Over time their contribution to the air force was recognised and the ATA was the first government organisation to give equal pay for equal work regardless of gender.

Posted 1 year ago

It’s Only A Paper Moon - Chiemi Eri

Chiemi Eri, born January 11, 1937, died February 13, 1982) was a Japanese popular singer and actress.

Eri was born as Chiemi Kubo on January 11, 1937 in Tokyo, Japan. She started her singing career at the age of 14 with her version of “Tennessee Waltz.” She sang American songs such as “Jambalaya" & "Come on-a My House”. Eri started her career as an actress similar to Misora Hibari. Eri, Misora and Izumi Yukimura formed a trio. In her concerts, she was supported by Nobuo Hara's jazz band.
- Wiki

(A personal note: This is my favorite song in the world and when she sings the lyrics in Japanese it becomes even more beautiful. An interesting lady, she was only sixteen when this was recorded!)

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