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“Where, for example, did the term Caucasian come from? Although many take it to be ‘real’ and don’t think about its racist connotations, the term has racist origins. It was developed in the late eighteenth century by a German anthropologist, Johann Blumenbach. He developed a racial classification scheme that put people from the Russian Caucasus at the top of the racial hierarchy because he thought that Caucasians were the most beautiful and sophisticated people; darker people were put on the bottom of the list: Asians, Africans, Polynesians, and Native Americans (Hannaford 1996). It is amazing when you think about it that this term remains with us, with few questioning its racist origin and connotations.” — Margaret L. Anderson & Patricia Hill Collins (via sawlisaloni)



Emma Watson takes a break from filming to grab dinner at Olivetree Delicafe to celebrate her 24th birthday in Toronto’ on April, 15



unculture:

the rock is fucking precious



Where are you from in Canada?  “Southern Ontario. Imagine lush, pastoral farmland. So I wear a lot of plaid, but the hipster intelligentsia in Silverlake stole that look from us. I also have an issue with maple syrup. It goes on everything I eat. It’s even in my salad dressing.” [x]



happilyevernow:

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Oenomaus, Spartacus


"A gladiator does not fear death. He embraces it… caresses it… fucks it. Each time he enters the arena, he slips his cock into the mouth of the beast and prays to thrust home before the jaws snap shut."

happilyevernow:

SUPER-DUPER LONG LIST OF AMAZING POC CHARACTERS ON TV

Oenomaus, Spartacus
"A gladiator does not fear death. He embraces it… caresses it… fucks it. Each time he enters the arena, he slips his cock into the mouth of the beast and prays to thrust home before the jaws snap shut."


One day someone is going to hug you so tight, that all of your broken pieces will stick back together.



Every Liverpool fan right now: 

americankopite:

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workman:

mingsonjia:

 伍启中 水墨山水人物

Shuimo Painting by Wu qizhong



“Through your flowers and your souvenirs you have made what could have been a sombre graveyard a beautiful Easter garden, which is a seed bed for new life, a sign of victory over death, of rising again, in which we must take heart.”