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  • laurenxconrad:

    Peek Inside Lauren Conrad’s Gorgeous Beverly Hills Penthouse.

    (via blaineisapizza)

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    #that's not a house that's a magazine spread
    #lauren conrad
  • kateoplis:

    "University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee police are currently investigating a fraternity after several women were found labeled with red and black X’s on their hands after they had to be hospitalized with memory lapses from intoxication at a fraternity party. Last year, three sexual assaults were reported at one Texas fraternity – within just one month. At Georgia Tech, a frat brother sent around an email guide called “Luring your rapebait”. Wesleyan had a frat that was nicknamed the “Rape Factory”. In 2010, fraternity brothers at Yale University marched through campus yelling, “No means yes, yes means anal.”

    These are not anomalies or bad apples: numerous studies have found that men who join fraternities are three times more likely to rape, that women in sororities are 74% more likely to experience rape than other college women, and that one in five women will be sexually assaulted in four years away at school. So it seems only natural to ask: With all of the current efforts, from the White House to college towns, to curb campus sexual assault – using “yes means yes” as a standard for consentholding administrators accountabletouting bystander intervention – why haven’t we addressed perhaps the most obvious solution?”

    "And while probably not all fraternities are hunting grounds for rapists and not all men who join frats (or varsity sports teams) are predators, when so much sexual violence is centered around one area of campus life, something has to be done.

    For Wesleyan – home of the “rape factory” frat – school administrators decided that means mandating that women be admitted to fraternities. The school announced this week that all frats must go co-ed within the next three years. While I applaud what seems a theoretical move towards equality, I don’t much like the idea of women as a “civilizing” force for men’s bad behavior.”

    Frat brothers rape 300% more. One in 5 women is sexually assaulted on campus. Should we ban frats? 

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  • definitelydope:

    By Jorge Roa

    (via shoreleaves)

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  • kateoplis:

    Oh happy day.

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    #my love
  • loveofleaves:

    Preserve fresh herbs by freezing them with olive oil in an ice tray. When you’re ready to use them, simply drop cubes in a hot pan, and get cooking!

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  • humansofnewyork:

    "The saddest moment of my life was when my son left for America. I begged him not to go, but it was no use. He was my son but also my best friend. He used to tell me everything, but all he tells me now is: ‘Don’t worry, I have a job. I’ll tell you everything when I get back.’ I think he just doesn’t want me to worry about him. Because I heard from his friend that he’s being badly mistreated."

    (Mexico City, Mexico)

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  • "oh my god, you’re seriously going to pay college kids $15 an hour to flip burgers? get a real job!"


    a real job? you mean, like, an internship at the white house?


    okay, well what about the national democratic party?


    what about interning at the united nations?


    wow damn it’s almost like our economy functions on stealing labour from hardworking young people, regardless of whether their jobs are “real” or not

    (via cazablancas)

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    #and that's why you don't work for the government
  • kateoplis:

    "Since the 1997 handover of Hong Kong to China, the semi-autonomous city has operated under a "one country, two systems" formula, allowing a limited democracy. In August, the Chinese government announced plans to vet candidates in Hong Kong’s 2017 elections, virtually assuring only pro-Beijing politicians would be on the ballots. Student groups and pro-democracy supporters have taken to the streets in recent days to protest the limitations and to demand universal suffrage. Tens of thousands of demonstrators have occupied Hong Kong’s Central District, bringing parts of the city to a standstill. The protests are one of the largest political challenges to Beijing since the 1989 Tiananmen Square crackdown. Chinese officials have scolded protesters and warned against any foreign interference."

    Occupy Hong Kong | InFocus

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    #hong kong
  • theparisreview:

    Herta Müller, in 2009. “I wasn’t trying to write literature, I just put it down on paper to gain a foothold, to get a grip on my life.”

    (via lukasmoodysson)

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  • seelenlos:

    Jac Jagaciak by Johan Lindeberg for 25 Magazine #3

    (Source: froideurs, via jamie-frasered)

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