blackymiles:

ocarinaoftime:

makemeasammichyo:

shocked to see how much people donated to Darren Wilson. It’s crazy

This is nothing short of deplorable. The fact that he even got one cent.

i ask again why are they raising money in wilson’s favor for
what does he need money for
it’s thank you money
thank you for killing another black guy
fuck white ppl

blackymiles:

ocarinaoftime:

makemeasammichyo:

shocked to see how much people donated to Darren Wilson. It’s crazy

This is nothing short of deplorable.
The fact that he even got one cent.

i ask again why are they raising money in wilson’s favor for

what does he need money for

it’s thank you money

thank you for killing another black guy

fuck white ppl

Tous Les Mêmes - Stromae

Stromae- Tous Les Mêmes

Ballet vs Circus

  • someone: we finish each other's s-
  • me: TEVE ROGERS
._.)  
kitsune-jade:

Steve Rogers/Captain America by Junseo

kitsune-jade:

Steve Rogers/Captain America by Junseo

steve rogers  *u*  
america-wakiewakie:

Caught On Tape: Fla. Cop Threatens To ‘Put A Round’ In Black Men During Traffic Stop | News One
Within the last two months, Eric Garner, 43, unarmed, was killed on July 17 by NYPD officer Daniel Pantaleo who placed him in an illegal chokehold while questioning him for allegedly selling untaxed cigarettes; John Crawford, 22, unarmed, was shot and killed on August 5 by two Ohio police officers, David Darkow and Sean Williams, in Walmart after he was spotted holding a toy rifle; 18-year-old Mike Brown, unarmed, was gunned down by Ferguson, Missouri police officer Darren Wilson while walking with a friend in his neighborhood; and Ezell Ford, 24, who was also unarmed, was shot and killed by unnamed officers in the LAPD on August 12.
In the wake of these tragic events and renewed intense conversations surrounding police brutality against Black men, a video  of police in Boynton Beach, Florida threatening to “put a round” through four Black men during a routine traffic stop has emerged and begun making the rounds on social media.
One of the occupants in the video records the interaction, even after the officer tells him to stop, to which he responds:

No, I have rights. I’m not intimidated. I have rights.
Sir, I’m recording your ass. What the f*ck you going to do?
B**ch, you’re on camera. What the f*cks wrong with you. Stupid ass cracker.


The driver of the car repeatedly asks the officer who stopped them for his badge number. The officer provides his name, but not the number, prompting the driver to attempt to take a picture of his badge. The officer slaps the phone out of his hand, pulls him from the car and places him face down on the ground.
That’s when another officer, presumably his partner or back-up rushes to the window, gun drawn, and says:
“I’ll put a round in your ass so quick,” with his weapon threw the window pointed directly at the men.
(Watch the Video Here) (Photo Credit: AmericaWakieWakie)

america-wakiewakie:

Caught On Tape: Fla. Cop Threatens To ‘Put A Round’ In Black Men During Traffic Stop | News One

Within the last two months, Eric Garner, 43, unarmed, was killed on July 17 by NYPD officer Daniel Pantaleo who placed him in an illegal chokehold while questioning him for allegedly selling untaxed cigarettes; John Crawford, 22, unarmed, was shot and killed on August 5 by two Ohio police officers, David Darkow and Sean Williams, in Walmart after he was spotted holding a toy rifle; 18-year-old Mike Brown, unarmed, was gunned down by Ferguson, Missouri police officer Darren Wilson while walking with a friend in his neighborhood; and Ezell Ford, 24, who was also unarmed, was shot and killed by unnamed officers in the LAPD on August 12.

In the wake of these tragic events and renewed intense conversations surrounding police brutality against Black men, a video  of police in Boynton Beach, Florida threatening to “put a round” through four Black men during a routine traffic stop has emerged and begun making the rounds on social media.

One of the occupants in the video records the interaction, even after the officer tells him to stop, to which he responds:

No, I have rights. I’m not intimidated. I have rights.

Sir, I’m recording your ass. What the f*ck you going to do?

B**ch, you’re on camera. What the f*cks wrong with you. Stupid ass cracker.

The driver of the car repeatedly asks the officer who stopped them for his badge number. The officer provides his name, but not the number, prompting the driver to attempt to take a picture of his badge. The officer slaps the phone out of his hand, pulls him from the car and places him face down on the ground.

That’s when another officer, presumably his partner or back-up rushes to the window, gun drawn, and says:

“I’ll put a round in your ass so quick,” with his weapon threw the window pointed directly at the men.

(Watch the Video Here) (Photo Credit: AmericaWakieWakie)

onorobo:

Sergeant Barnes original costume redesign.

onorobo:

Sergeant Barnes original costume redesign.

jiruchan:

[ star dust ]

The Avengers and six of the brightest stars in our night sky.

[x]

10 Times When Comics And Movies Sexualized Male Superheroes

juvjuvychan:

barbeauxbot:

kierongillen:

Our Young Avengers’ opening scene being in this list made me smile, in a good way.

What’s so interesting to me was that even a list of ten times, they had to include fanart, largely drawn by women, to make the list. And it included a joke scene.

And in all the examples, while they are sexualized they aren’t objectified. You see them in full-body shots. They’re flexing and powerful, the center of attention with other sexualized, even objectified, women surrounding them (especially in those swimsuit issues). The outfits and scenes are full of their own personality and who they are. You can’t swap out different characters at will with no change in the scene (aside from maybe the Scarlet Spider pic)

You don’t get a closeup shot of Thor’s ass as he climbs up a ladder. You get a full-body shot of him, including his face and what he’s interested in and doing. 

Noh-Varr is specifically dancing to impress a girl he just had sex with and we can assume would like to again. He’s in control of what is happening, he’s aware that Kate is watching him. He’s inviting her to keep watching. He has agency in the scene. 

If the way women were sexualized in comics were more like the scenes in this, then I don’t think it would be such a big deal. But more often what we see are women broken into body parts, removed of their identity, with no agency in how they’re being presented, and in scenes where they should be flexing and powerful we get glorified porn poses.  

Agreed, I get the lists intent, but it only highlights what a huge difference between how female and male characters are treated differently in the large landscape of comics.  I could make twenty top ten lists of lady characters in overly sexy poses, but why bother when you could literally head over to Escher Girls and find 1000+ pages about it?

Fact of the matter is, male characters are still seen as people first, while female characters are still seen as object first.  Noh-Varr’s scene is certainly playing up his sex appeal for Kate (and others attracted to him), but he’s still a person first.  This isn’t a bad thing, but you don’t get the same thing with female characters.  

Jessica Drew is an object meant to sell to men on the variant cover for Spider-Woman.  Because the artist believes women are objects first, people second.  

Whenever someone brings up this debate I always think back to a scene in Teen Titans where Koriand’r is bathing, naked.  You’d think this would be a prime time to objectify her, but she’s not.  She’s thinking, she’s feeling, she’s not posed awkwardly or contorted in anyway.  Everything about the scene is as natural as the picture of Steve Rogers on the beach or Namor chilling in his speedo.  And then you have her in RHATO #1 where she’s on the beach, wearing an itty bitty bikini, being posed and contorted for (literally) Jason, Roy and some nameless teenage boy to watch and drool over.  

That’s the difference.  

And I’m so sick of fake geek guys trying to say scary mean feminists are trying to de-sexify comics and are prudes, like screw you man you have no clue what it’s like or what you’re talking about. 

comics  marvel  dc  mhmm  
queertodaygonetomorrow:

atane:

wristxrocket:

dear-drifter:

lilightfoot:

Remember.

his life was totally in danger.

^^^^

True story; this officer (John Pike) got a settlement of $38,000 because he said he got depressed after pepper spraying these kids. Oh, the depression wasn’t for feeling remorseful for pepper spraying a bunch of college kids peacefully protesting. He got depressed because he said since the media kept playing the video of him pepper spraying peaceful kids without cause, he got threats and didn’t feel safe. He didn’t feel safe. I’m not making that up. This motherfucker collected nearly 40 grand on worker’s comp after assaulting a bunch of college kids.

http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2013/10/23/pepper-spray-cop-settlement_n_4152147.html

queertodaygonetomorrow:

atane:

wristxrocket:

dear-drifter:

lilightfoot:

Remember.

his life was totally in danger.

^^^^

True story; this officer (John Pike) got a settlement of $38,000 because he said he got depressed after pepper spraying these kids. Oh, the depression wasn’t for feeling remorseful for pepper spraying a bunch of college kids peacefully protesting. He got depressed because he said since the media kept playing the video of him pepper spraying peaceful kids without cause, he got threats and didn’t feel safe. He didn’t feel safe. I’m not making that up. This motherfucker collected nearly 40 grand on worker’s comp after assaulting a bunch of college kids.

http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2013/10/23/pepper-spray-cop-settlement_n_4152147.html

direwolff:

"Oh how, like always, he invents the monsters underneath the bed to get you to sleep next to him, chest to chest or chest to back, the covers drawn around you in an act of faith against the night." [x] [requested by]

[siken’s poetry + stucky]