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October 10 2017

pizzaotter:

barapocalypse2017:

straight people when a show adds a gay character and” forces” homosexuality on them

LMFAO THIS GIF IS SO GOOD 🤣

Recommended Watching for Black History Month (UK)

delorez:

delorez:

delorez:

The month of October is Black History Month in the UK! If you want to learn but prefer watching and listening to reading there here is a list for you. These are just things I’ve watched that I’ve learned something from. Feel free to add anything else!

Documentaries

  • Britain’s Forgotten Slave Owners (Part 1 / Part 2) - 2 part documentary about, well, Britain’s slave owners, but also quite importantly exposes how British slave owners were paid reparations for their loss of human property.
  • Fighting for King and Empire: Britain’s Caribbean Heroes - About the people from the Caribbean who fought for us in WWII.
  • Windrush: Arrival - About the post-WWII wave of West-Indian immigrants. This is the first of a 4 part series broadcast in 1998, which marked 50 years after the arrival in Britain of the MV Empire Windrush. This part features a clip from ‘West Indies Calling’ which I have listed further down. (1h)
  • Windrush: Intolerance - This is about the 1958 race riots in Notting Hill, Teddy Boys, and the murder of Kelso Cochrane. These are some of those things that we from west-indian backgrounds in the UK know about from our families that lived through those times when there was alot of racial tension, but that you might not have even heard of if you’re outside of that. You might know Notting Hill today as a pretty aesthetic place where rich white people live in pastel-coloured houses and hipsters go to get coffee, but back then it was working class whites and Black Caribbean immigrants. When we have the Notting Hill carnival there every year it’s interesting to see how the people there for the carnival are so different from the people that can afford to live there now. Gentrification. That’s as much as i’ll say about that here. (1h)
  • Handsworth Songs (1986) - Filmed during the 1985 riots in Handsworth (Birmingham, West Midlands) and London, and released a year after. This one’s a bit eerie. (1h)
  • Injustice -  Documentary about the struggles for justice by the families of people that have died in police custody in Britain. (1h, 38min) 

Black British Film
the last 2 have links to bfi player, so those you have to subscribe for (you can get a 1 month free trial though. and this might be uk only but I don’t know sorry). If anyone can find free illegal links to these feel free to add those.

  • Babylon (1980) - Drama about Black Britain in the 80′s: reggae and sound system culture, racism and police violence featuring Brinsley Forde from Aswad. (1h, 31min)
  • Young Soul Rebels (1991) - Film about late 70′s London. Centred around 2 best mates who run a pirate radio station and explores things like racism, tensions with police, and homophobia (particularly in the west-indian community). (1h, 45min)
  • Pressure (1975) - Drama film centered around the experiences of a black child of Trinidadian immigrants living in Britain. Directed by Horace Ové. This is important because it was the first feature-length fiction film directed by a Black film-maker in Britain. (2h)

Other

  • “Baldwin’s Nigger” - A conversation with writer James Baldwin about the black experience in America and how it relates to the Caribbean and Britain. Filmed in London. Produced and Directed by Horace Ové. (1969) (43min)
  • West Indies Calling (1944) - Film made during the Second World War in which a group of West Indians, led by Una Marson and Learie Constantine, assemble at Broadcasting House in London. They describe how people from the Caribbean were supporting the war effort. Una Marson (1905-1965)  - Jamaican feminist, activist and writer - was the first Black female broadcaster at the BBC. (14min)
  • Akala - Oxford Union Address on Black History - Talks about ancient African empires, The Haitian Revolution, and how Black History is/should be taught, among other things. Akala is a rapper, poet, educator, and someone I have alot of respect for. (2015) (1h, 16min)
  • Artsnight - George The Poet (s2, ep15) - On Black Culture. George The Poet is exactly what he says he is. There’s a good bit (in my opinion) about 10 minutes in about dub poetry, the SPG and tensions with the police in the 80′s with dub poet Linton Kewsi Johnson. (2015) (29min)

OK that’s all I can think to add. If you want to add something you’re more than welcome! Happy Black History Month!

Reblogging again for Black History Month US ! I’m gonna add one thing that aired since I made this.

ok the last link still isn’t working so i’ll just paste it here https://www.youtube.com/user/polinalisnic/videos

  • Another one about Notting Hill: Groove Roots -  A film that traces the evolution of Ladbroke Grove from the 1958 race riots to the present day (40min)

solilunar:

Sister Signs

Aries/Libra: Independence vs Cooperative Unification, Aggression vs Harmony, The Self vs Others, Instinctual Action vs Lawful Decision, Conscious Light vs Unconscious Shadow, The Sword (Warrior, Battle) vs The Shield (Peacemaker, Defender)

Taurus/Scorpio: Palpable vs Immaterial, Personal Belonging vs Shared Resources, Preservation vs Transformation, Sensuality vs Intimacy, Serenity of Life vs Death’s Disturbance, The Singing of Angels vs The Screaming of Demons

Gemini/Sagittarius: Conscious Mind vs Superconscious Mind, Rational Thought vs Intuitive Experience, Immediate Logic vs Meditated Contemplation, Heaven’s Messenger vs Universe’s Storyteller

Cancer/Capricorn: Inner World (Home, Soul) vs Outer World (Public, Societal Standing), Dreams of Reminiscence (Psychological Roots, Past/Memories, Imagination, Privacy) vs Dreams of the Future (Self-accomplishment, Personal Ambitions, Recognition), Creator Mother Goddess vs Cosmic Father Time

Leo/Aquarius: Creation vs Innovation, The Heart Within (Radiant Love) vs The Heart Without (Universal Love), Creative Self Interest vs The Collective Concern, Singular Identity vs Friendship Bonds, Identity of the Will vs Scope of Humanity, The King (Dignified Principles of the Self) vs The Rebel (Reform of Societal Principles)

Virgo/Pisces: Mental Growth vs Spiritual Awakening, Medicinal Messages vs Celestial Linkage, The Conscious Mind vs The Unconscious Collective, Service vs Sacrifice, Orderly and Efficient Soul vs Chaotic and Boundless Soul, World Medic vs Cosmic Healer

goopy-amethyst:

They’re becoming self-aware

alarmfire:

me: *has a breakdown over smth stupid*
me @ me:

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October 09 2017

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chiqpeas:

fem looks 💗

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Top Surgery Surgeons

adventurouschase:

transurgery:

The following is a list of top surgeons around the world. The list is divided by country and in alphabetical order. If there are any missed surgeons please let us know. Where possible we’ve linked to the surgeons website or a website containing information.

Australia: 

Dr. Bartholomeusz: Greenslopes, Queensland 

Dr. Briggs: Perth, Western Australia.

Dr. Ceber: Melbourne, Victoria.

Dr. Hassall: St. Leonards, New South

Dr. Ives: Melbourne, Victoria.

Dr. Haertsch: Sydney, Victoria.

Dr. Katsaros: North Adelaide, South Australia.

Dr. Merten: Sydney, New South Wales.

Dr. Van Beem: Perth, Western Australia.  

Belarus: 

Dr. Stasevich: Minsk Region

Belgium: 

Dr. Monstrey: Gent 

Dr. Seghers: Brussels 

Brazil: 

Dr. Littleton: Rio de Janeiro  

Canada: 

Dr. Adibfar: Toronto, Ontario 

Dr. Belanger: Montreal, Quebec 

Dr. Bowman: Vancouver, British Columbia (note: he is only allowed to perform MSP-funded surgeries)

Dr. Brassard: Montreal, Quebec  

Dr. Dupere: Richmond Hill, Ontario

Dr. McLean: Mississauga, Ontario  

Dr. Silverman: Ottawa, Ontario  

England: 

Dr. Andersson: London 

Dr. Christopher: London 

Dr. Ralph: London 

Dr. Sterne: Worcester  

Dr. Yelland: Brighton

France: 

Dr. Coustal: Montauban

Germany: 

Dr. Daverio: Munich 

Dr. M Krankenhous: Frankfurt, Hessen. 

Dr. O Krankenhouse: Berlin, Lichtenberg 

Dr. von Szalay: Frankfurt, Hessen

India:

Dr. Bilwani: Ahmedabad, Gujarat   

Korea: 

Dr. Kim Jin Hong: Seoul, South Korea

Mexico: 

Dr. Caloca: Tijuana  

Dr. Camarena: Guadalajara, Jalisco  

New Zealand: 

Dr. Jones: Auckland

Dr. Lofts: Auckland 

Dr. Porter: Christchurch 

Portugal: 

Dr. Ferreira: Lisbon 

Serbia: 

Dr. Djinovic: Belgrade

Dr. Djordjevic: Belgrade  

Spain: 

Dr. Manero: Barcelona, Granollers, and Madrid

Dr. Musolas: Barcelona 

Thailand: 

Dr. Angkatavanich: Yunhee 

Dr. Boonpadhanapong: Yunhee 

Dr. Panyawirunroj: Bangkok  

Dr. Tiewtranon: Phuket  

Dr. Wangjiraniran: Bangkok 

United States: 

Dr. Agarwal: Salt Lake City, Utah 

Dr. Alexander: Fort Lauderdale and North Miami, Florida 

Dr. Alter: Beverly Hills, California 

Dr. Anooshian: San Francisco, California  

Dr. Balderrama: Lake Havasu, Arizona 

Dr. Beck: San Jose, San Francisco, and San Mateo California  

Dr. Bluebond-Langer: Baltimore, Maryland  

Dr. Buchanan: Santa Barbara, California  

Dr. Buckley: Minneapolis, Minnesota  

Dr. Childers: Riverside, California  

Dr. Crane: San Francisco, California 

Dr. Coots: Scottsbluff, New England 

Dr. Cunningham: Minneapolis, Minnesota 

Dr. Davis: Raleigh, North Carolina 

Dr. Dulin: Plano, Texas  

Dr. Eichenberg: Murrieta, California 

Dr. Fee: Jacksonville, Florida 

Dr. Fiala: Altamonte Springs, Florida 

Dr. Fischer: Timonium, Maryland 

Dr. Foley: Olympia, Washington 

Dr. Foster: San Francisco, California 

Dr. Garramone: Davie, Florida 

Dr. Gervais: Minneapolis, Minnesota 

Dr. Greenwald: Tampa, Florida 

Dr. Hansen: Portland, Oregon

Dr. Hartley: Boulder, Colorado  

Dr. Hovsepian: Beverly Hills, California 

Dr. Hudson: Albuquerque, New Mexico 

Dr. Hunsicker: Littleton, Colorado 

Dr. Jeffords: Atlanta, Georgia  

Dr. Johnson: Omaha, Nebraska 

Dr. Jones: Oklahoma City, Oklahoma 

Dr. Keshishian: Fort Lauderdale, Florida 

Dr. King: Madison, Wisconsin  

Dr. Kuzon: Ann Arbor, Michigan  

Dr. Lawton: San Antonio, Texas 

Dr. Leis: Bala Cynwyd, Pennsylvania  

Dr. Mackenzie: Santa Barbara, California 

Dr. MacPhee: Raleigh, North Carolina 

Dr. Magnusson: Norman, Oklahoma 

Dr. Mangubat: Tukwila, Washington  

Dr. McGinn: New Hope, Pennsylvania  

Dr. McMillan: Escondido, California 

Dr. Medalie: Cleveland, Ohio

Dr. Meltzer: Scottsdale, Arizona  

Dr. Mendoza: Tampa, Florida 

Dr. Morehouse: Albuquerque, New Mexico  

Dr. Mosser: San Francisco, California 

Dr. Moulton-Barrett: Alameda and Brentwood California 

Dr. Murphey: Tallahassee, Florida 

Dr. Nguyen: Lake Oswego, Oregon 

Dr. O’Sullivan: Wellesley, Massachusetts 

Dr. Pandrangi: Westlake, Ohio 

Dr. Raphael: Plano and Dallas Texas 

Dr. Reed: Miami, Florida 

Dr. Robinson: Columbus, Ohio 

Dr. Rockmore: Albany, New York 

Dr. Rumer: Ardmore, Pennsylvania  

Dr. Sadove: Gainesville, Florida 

Dr. Salgado: Miami, Florida 

Dr. Schechter: Chicago, Illinois

Dr. Steinwald:Chicago, Illinois  

Dr. Taub: New York, New York 

Dr. Tholen: Minneapolis, Minnesota  

Dr. Topal: Northamption, Massachusetts  

Dr Vath: Denver, Colorado  

Dr. Voloshin: Newport Beach, California 

Dr. Weiss: New York, New York 

Dr. Wolf: Detroit, Michigan 

Dr. Wolfe: Golden, Colorado 

My surgeon was Dr. Russell Sassani (Plantation, FL). He is not on this list.

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blackraystyles:

The bigger the mass to rotate, the slower the effects of speed.

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whocares3480:

jamaicanbulma:

dandridgegirl:

wordismasha:

yunngmocha:

thelovelybones124:

kaiiwooo:

westafricanman:

well i’ll be damned

welp

SHE DID THAT !

IF YOURE NOT GOING THIS HARD FOR BLACK WOMEN YOU ARE NOT AN ALLY

Bottom Feeders of the dating pool. Girl… damn!!

Damn!

Shit, can I date her?

cheekyist:

mounaks:

life is so subtle sometimes that you barely notice yourself walking through the doors you once prayed would open.

Shook me up

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silverhawk:

silverhawk:

u guys would never believe the costume i saw at target

this is for bigfoot

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virgoassbitch:

loversinthebodega:

Don’t let your fear of what could happen, make nothing happen.

Mood for October 🗣‼️

October 08 2017

silverhawk:

silverhawk:

silverhawk:

silverhawk:

hi hello good morning i think its a premium time to let it be known that i love guinea pigs

also good morning again i still love guinea pigs but think it’s important to mention their lil :| faces

hello good afternoon i love guinea pigs and love the wEE WEE WEEE WEEEE noises they make at a constant

hello good mid afternoon i love guinea pigs and the fact that they have no neck and are just a head and little legs in the shape of a bean

dragginage:

dragginage:

please please please teach your children to cook while they still live under your roof. even the most elementary things can’t be overlooked. because i just had to show my 24 year old boyfriend how to use a potato peeler and now i need to lay down for an hour

i hate this post because it just proves that like.. no simple statement can just be absorbed and the general population of tumblr go ‘yeah that sounds about right.’ i’ve had nazis say it’s a woman’s job to cook, terfs say that it’s only ‘males’ who don’t know how to cook, people have accused me of being classist because some people don’t own potatio peelers, called a bitch for airing out my boyfriend’s dirty laundry (which if the most embarrassing thing i can procure about the guy is that he’s not great in the kitchen i’d say he’s okay lmao)

just shut up and teach your fucking children to cook holy shit dude

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librabutch:

someone: *tries to explain something to me*

me: i’ve never understood anything in my life next

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enoughtohold:

goodnight

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