Blog html: Dull & Dead

cishits:

popthatlabrador:

cishits:

People who think there are only two sexes aren’t worth your time tbh. No argument you have will mean anything to someone with a 9th grade understanding of biology.

*genders

We didn’t fuckin’ stutter. we mean sexes. Way to erase intersex folk. Get the fuck out.

mebeingartsy:

Wouldja let me respond to “hi” first?

mebeingartsy:

Wouldja let me respond to “hi” first?

THIS WAS THE FUNNIEST THING OF ALL THE SHOW 

"You will always wonder what your baby looked like."

Anti talking to a client as we walked to the clinic.  Thank goodness they didn’t speak english well.

No wonder people feel guilt and remorse.  Anti’s cause it.

(via shitantichoiceprotesterssay)

I always hear that from parents who ended up carrying their unwanted pregnancies to term….
"This child has ruined me financially, the ability to achieve my academic and career goals is nearly impossible now, and my life will forever revolve around this child I didn’t want in the first place. But at least I know what he/she looks like!"

(via misandry-mermaid)

priceofliberty:

thinksquad:

Newly obtained surveillance video shows the violent encounter between a 17-year-old girl and Clairton police officers that left the teenager in the hospital.

A 17-year-old girl claims she was beaten by police in Clairton after she and her friends were stopped for a curfew violation Tuesday night.

Merceedez Wright admits she and her friends were out a few minutes after the city’s 10 p.m. curfew, and that she both ran from officers and resisted them after being tackled, but she doesn’t believe she deserves the injuries she suffered.

Wright is now recovering in the hospital with injuries to her trachea, esophagus and neck, plus several cuts and bruises.

"She’s a cheerleader, she’s a lifeguard at the Clairton pool, she was just on prom court," said Wright’s mother, Audelia Amoah. "She’s a good kid."

Even so, Wright admits she ran from officers.

"I was scared because of how he got out of the car. He didn’t just walk out, he jumped out of the car and started chasing me, so my first instinct was to run," she said.

Wright also said she did resist officers once she was knocked to the ground. She said she was trying to get her arms free to protect herself.

Clairton police did not respond to requests for comment.

Read more: http://www.wtae.com/news/teenage-girl-says-police-beat-her-after-curfew-violation/26992088#ixzz388DHjtCm

You think this is sickening? Me too

551 Ravensburg Blvd
Clairton, PA
(412) 233-8113

press ‘OPTION 6’ to be connected to the Clairton Police Department.

Flood their mailbox, flood their inbox!

Robert Hoffman is the Chief of Police and you can contact them directly here.

I just wrote in: “Newly obtained surveillance video shows the violent encounter between 17-year-old Merceedez Wright and Clairton police officers that left the teenager in the hospital.

She admits to being out past 10pm AND to “running” from the cops. When I was her age, I was in the same situation and the altercation did not result in me being tackled, in my head or neck being smashed against pavement, or a hospital bill.

I was told to call my mother while the officer POLITELY waited there for her to come pick me up. How is CPD training these officers that their first course of action is to pummel a little girl? The officers involved should be reprimanded without compensation.”

myplanetorlando:

are straight allies even real

myplanetorlando:

are straight allies even real

"People have a hard time processing [the female body] when it’s not packaged for the consumption of male entertainment. So, they don’t know quite what to do with it, or how to place it, or what to say. Because surely a woman couldn’t be intelligent enough to be making a point."
— Erykah Badu (regarding her controversial “Window Seat” music video)

nashscribblings:

The whole thing with Riot banning LoL players for being bigoted, racist manchild homophobes has brought a curious double-standard to light, to wit:

If you are subjected to slurs, insults and abuse, you should just get over it.

If you’re prevented from hurling slurs,…