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chestpatthumbsup:

omgicantevenasdfghjkl:

karma-drama:

my life goal is to reblog this every monday
I’m tempted to set this up in my queue every Monday for a year.

See this every Monday, Reblog this every time.  (:

Perfection. Monday at 12:29am. Reblog everytime.

chestpatthumbsup:

omgicantevenasdfghjkl:

karma-drama:

my life goal is to reblog this every monday

I’m tempted to set this up in my queue every Monday for a year.

See this every Monday, Reblog this every time.  (:

Perfection. Monday at 12:29am. Reblog everytime.

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If I’m going to have a public platform, I want to use it not just to elevate myself but to elevate issues that are important to me… there are so many more trans folks coming forward and saying, ‘This is who I am, this is my story, I will not be silent anymore, I will not be in hiding anymore,’ and that’s when a movement really happens, right?

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swagbat:

this is so important to remember

swagbat:

this is so important to remember

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fashion encyclopedia: Zuhair Murad resort 2015

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astairical:

Fred Astaire and Ginger Rogers in Swing Time (1936).

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mindblowingscience:

Doctors Discover A Woman With No Cerebellum

A 24-year-old woman complaining of dizziness and nausea was admitted to a hospital in Shandong Province recently, where she told doctors she had struggled with balance all her life. When doctors performed a brain scan, they immediately noticed the problem: The woman was missing her cerebellum.
The cerebellum, which is Latin for “little brain,” is a small lump of brain matter situated below and toward the rear of the brain’s two cerebral hemispheres. So densely packed are its neurons, that despite accounting for just 10% of the brain’s volume, the cerebellum manages to cram in more than half of the brain’s total neurons. To go about one’s life without a cerebellum, it should go without saying, is far from common; in the August 22 issue of Brain, doctors led by neurosurgeon Feng Yu report the woman is one of just nine people known to have done so. That Yu’s team documented her condition while she was alive makes the discovery all the more exceptional.

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mindblowingscience:

Doctors Discover A Woman With No Cerebellum

A 24-year-old woman complaining of dizziness and nausea was admitted to a hospital in Shandong Province recently, where she told doctors she had struggled with balance all her life. When doctors performed a brain scan, they immediately noticed the problem: The woman was missing her cerebellum.

The cerebellum, which is Latin for “little brain,” is a small lump of brain matter situated below and toward the rear of the brain’s two cerebral hemispheres. So densely packed are its neurons, that despite accounting for just 10% of the brain’s volume, the cerebellum manages to cram in more than half of the brain’s total neurons. To go about one’s life without a cerebellum, it should go without saying, is far from common; in the August 22 issue of Brain, doctors led by neurosurgeon Feng Yu report the woman is one of just nine people known to have done so. That Yu’s team documented her condition while she was alive makes the discovery all the more exceptional.

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blipsterinsverige:

ukrainiangirlfriend:

marnla:

Never forget

WHY WOULD THEY DO THIS PHOTOSHOOT I LOVE IT

Sir Ken has my heart forever for doing this and still looking hot despite that nasty wig

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puria-starwing:

transparensie:

a short comic i did for my english sci-fi final, about a girl and her android

talk about things taking forever @__@

6.11.14

i didn’t need my heart anyway

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