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June 25th, 2012

bklynboihood: In 2004, lesbian activist FannyAnn Eddy was…



bklynboihood:

In 2004, lesbian activist FannyAnn Eddy was brutally murdered in Sierra Leone in her office building a few months after returning from a meeting with the United Nations Commission on Human Rights. The details surrounding her death are horrific: evidence revealed that her throat was cut, her tongue and eyes were removed and she was raped. Although the motives of Eddy’s assailant(s) are sketchy, her untimely death shook the African LGBT community, and left her partner and son without a spouse and mother. 

June 25th, 2012

rgr-pop: rgr-pop: Literally the most gleeful thing in the world to me is when there is a dude and…

rgr-pop:

rgr-pop:

Literally the most gleeful thing in the world to me is when there is a dude and nobody reads that dude’s blog. It’s like Christmas.

Reblogging right now for relevance.

June 25th, 2012

staceythinx: Sand dunes and ripples on Mars.





staceythinx:

Sand dunes and ripples on Mars.

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June 25th, 2012

At one point, they rested and he stepped close to her and sweetly gave her "10" with his palms.

At one point, they rested and he stepped close to her and sweetly gave her "10" with his palms.
June 25th, 2012

My friend, my friend, I was born    doing reference work in sin, and born    confessing it. This…

My friend, my friend, I was born   
doing reference work in sin, and born   
confessing it. This is what poems are:   
with mercy
for the greedy,
they are the tongue’s wrangle,
the world’s pottage, the rat’s star.
—Anne Sexton, “Mercy for the Greedy”
I need to learn this. Mercy for the greedy. Am I capable of it?

June 25th, 2012

My friend, my friend, I was born    doing reference work in sin, and born    confessing it. This…

My friend, my friend, I was born   
doing reference work in sin, and born   
confessing it. This is what poems are:   
with mercy
for the greedy,
they are the tongue’s wrangle,
the world’s pottage, the rat’s star.
—Anne Sexton, “Mercy for the Greedy”
I need to learn this. Mercy for the greedy. Am I capable of it?

June 25th, 2012

My friend, my friend, I was born    doing reference work in sin, and born    confessing it. This…

My friend, my friend, I was born   
doing reference work in sin, and born   
confessing it. This is what poems are:   
with mercy
for the greedy,
they are the tongue’s wrangle,
the world’s pottage, the rat’s star.
—Anne Sexton, “Mercy for the Greedy”
I need to learn this. Mercy for the greedy. Am I capable of it?