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pbstv:

Happy International Women’s Day!
There is no shortage of inspiring women to celebrate on International Women’s Day.
These are just a few of our favorites, highlighted by PBS Black Culture Connection. 
Photo: Scene from Half the Sky: Turning Oppression into Opportunity for Women Worldwide.

pbstv:

Happy International Women’s Day!

There is no shortage of inspiring women to celebrate on International Women’s Day.

These are just a few of our favorites, highlighted by PBS Black Culture Connection

Photo: Scene from Half the Sky: Turning Oppression into Opportunity for Women Worldwide.

valerieagotlib:

ryanoshea:

Rep. Kyrsten Sinema, first Congressperson to officially describe her religion as “none,” is sworn in not on the Bible, but on the document she’s actually supposed to be protecting and upholding—the Constitution.
[Fun fact: James Madison remains the only president to take his oath of office on a book of laws, rather than the Bible.]

Love this. 

valerieagotlib:

ryanoshea:

Rep. Kyrsten Sinema, first Congressperson to officially describe her religion as “none,” is sworn in not on the Bible, but on the document she’s actually supposed to be protecting and upholding—the Constitution.

[Fun fact: James Madison remains the only president to take his oath of office on a book of laws, rather than the Bible.]

Love this. 

pizz4s:

trying to get in the pussy

pizz4s:

trying to get in the pussy

barackobama:

Thing, meet other thing. (via)

barackobama:

Thing, meet other thing. (via)

finalillusion:

does it make us look more animal or animals more human?
favourite thing ever

finalillusion:

does it make us look more animal or animals more human?

favourite thing ever

Disney Princesses In Accurate Period Costume.

blah-blahs:

SLEEPING BEAUTY (1485).

POCAHONTAS (17TH CENTURY POWAHTAN). 

CINDERELLA (MID 1860’S)

JASMINE (PRE-ISLAMIC MIDDLE EAST)

SNOW WHITE (16TH CENTURY GERMANY).

ARIEL (1890’S)

BELLE (1770’S FRENCH COURT FASHION).

CLARIE HUMMEL

Megara (Ancient Greece)

Mulan (Ancient China)

Tiana (1920’s)

Rapunzel (18th Century)