Queerbee

Where i post NSFW next to Disney Stuff.

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smilestoinspire:

This is the greatest tweet in the history of tweets

smilestoinspire:

This is the greatest tweet in the history of tweets

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bluewindsummer:

*shows up 15 minutes late with a crappy dorito comic*

Origin Stories: CAPTAIN DORITO (this is part 1) (part 2 out next week or something)

Click here for other Avengers comics

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gnarly:

when the red light just turns green and somebody is already beepin at you

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tacgnol:

codename—dutchess:

erevengeance:

ethlenn:

When cats can’t accomplish something, they just pretend they were about to do a different thing.

my life

its called cognitive dissonance. we all do it.

tacgnol:

codename—dutchess:

erevengeance:

ethlenn:

When cats can’t accomplish something, they just pretend they were about to do a different thing.

my life

its called cognitive dissonance. we all do it.

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destielkills:

I got asked the other day, at the supermarket, why poor people are generally fatter and more susceptable to obesity that people of higher financial classes, when a person with more money, obviously, can afford more food.

The reason is so simple yet people keep stereotyping and coming up with “explanations” that make poor people seem lazy and incompetent when the actual problem is in the American economy. Health foods are more expensive than junk foods.

Let’s use my situation as an example. I am a single woman living in a efficiency apartment. I get $720/mo in disability. I am not able to work at all due to my disability. $720 is barely enough to cover my rent and utilities, misc bills, and things like toiletries and other non-food necessities. That leaves me with $140/mo in food stamps. If you think that sounds like a lot, try saving your grocery receipts for a whole month and see if you still have the same opinion.

Because people of lower financial classes are usually on some sort of government assistance (1 in 5 households in America are on food stamps), we have to make budget cuts wherever we can. A lot of times that means cutting out organic fruits and veggies and leaner meats, which prices for have skyrocketed. I can get a pound of organic apples that I’ll eat in 2 days for the same price that I can get a container of oatmeal that will feed me for almost a month. Canned veggies are cheaper, but have things like preservatives and added sugars. It’s cheaper to buy a bag of potato chips than a bag of rice cakes.

These are things that we have to take into consideration while shopping. What is the best deal? What is an actual necessity vs. what is considered a special treat? Can we afford fresh fruit this week? Would it be worth the extra few cents to switch brands because the cheaper brand was frankly disgusting?

If you’ve never had to ask yourself these questions while shopping, I want you to stop and take a minute to think about those of us who do. At 315 pounds, believe me, I am trying to lose weight. But in an economy that encourages obesity and takes advantage of health “superfoods” being in high demand, it’s hard to stick to a diet you can’t afford.

As someone who lived off minimum wage, and had less than $150/m for food a month, trust me this is 100% true. I lived off dollar store off brand velveta, “personal pizzas” concocted from whatever they had, and key lime pies (aka they had gramcracker pie crusts and canned key lime pie mix). I gained so much weight. Wasn’t even funny. This is a serious isue that effects millions of americans.

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Golly, it’s almost like women are MAMMALS!! In case some of you have forgotten, women are not some kind of hairless beings. Contrary to popular belief women do not have to shave every inch of their body. I’m not saying that choosing to shave is bad, because it’s not, but I’m saying that choosing NOT to shave isn’t disgusting. And if you’re logic is that “body hair is dirty and gross” I’m going to need you men to take a step back and look at yourselves, because if that’s the case then you all are repulsive. The last I checked our skin and hair are made up of the same things so I don’t see how women’s body hair could be any less clean than men’s. 
I’m tired of seeing women get laughed at and made fun of for the tiniest bit of stubble on their legs. I wonder if most people forget that, that stuff grows back. That’s how it works. 
So girls if you don’t feel like shaving today, don’t. If you do, go for it. If you don’t feel like shaving ever again because you’re too lazy, then don’t. If you like way your legs feel after you shave them regularly, then do that. Do whatever you’re comfortable and happy with doing and don’t let anyone try to make you feel bad for it. 

ariaste:

unamusedsloth:

Exercise caution, especially with things labeled “fresh” pizza

I dunno, I’m most worried about “stairs”

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lovelyandbrown:

grandmasterbooty:

Distressing Video Captures EXACTLY How Cops Treat Black People

I had to reblog this again because it just reduced me to tears. 

As most of you know, I am an attorney. And I am an attorney licensed in Minnesota. This is the state where I took an oath last year to uphold state and federal laws and to protect the rights of the citizens.

It PAINS me to see this. To see these unjust cops who I for all intents & purposes, have to stand along side. When they are abusing EVERY SINGLE OUNCE of POWER. Minneapolis/St. Paul have BEEN a war zone. I’m ashamed. I’m embarrassed.

Not all officers are bad. Please don’t let that be the take away. But police brutality is VERY FUCKING REAL. 

Watch this. If this doesn’t move you, if this doesn’t make you cry out in agony and want to change the world, I don’t know what will.

[trigger warning]

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