lalalapetitemort:

if you wannabe my lover, you gotta get with my feminist ideologies

(via the-pineapple-effect)

"A FEMALE Assassin? How does she kill? With a BOOB!?"

— someone at Ubisoft, probably (via katiebishop)

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apple-connor:

carnism-is:

Friendly reminder that ~local family farms~ can and do still abuse and exploit animals so you’re not really helping animals by buying from them! :)

Reminder that exploitation even without “excessive” physical or mental abuse is still a disregard of autonomous rights to one’s own body, and occurs because their personal interest in their own body is considered to have little or no significance compared to humans. 

(via ebonydecay)

fightingforanimals:

My avian rescue friend wrote the following, which is very important:
“If you’re considering getting a cockatiel or budgie please please don’t get a single one as they are highly sociable birds, and please rehome one rather than buy from breeder or pet shop. I had two rescued budgies and when one died I rehomed another as quickly as I could, I put their cages side by side for a few days so they could get used to each other, but my budgie was so agitated after a couple of days, he was making odd movements and I realised he was upset at seeing this bird but not being able to interact with him properly as they were apart, so I put them in together sooner than I was going to and his agitation stopped, they’ve become good buddies :)
I can’t bear seeing single birds and I don’t know how anyone can bear having a single bird, and people will get cross with me for it as they’ll feel guilty, but there is no justification for it except in very rare circumstances, ie if a bird is an imprint (not just tame) and does not recognise him/herself as a bird, and thanks to humans will only bond to a human and not another bird. I wish people would put birds and animals’ needs before their own. I don’t understand how the majority of people still seem to think it’s perfectly ok to take a bird’s freedom away and keep a bird in a cage/house/aviary.”

fightingforanimals:

My avian rescue friend wrote the following, which is very important:

If you’re considering getting a cockatiel or budgie please please don’t get a single one as they are highly sociable birds, and please rehome one rather than buy from breeder or pet shop. I had two rescued budgies and when one died I rehomed another as quickly as I could, I put their cages side by side for a few days so they could get used to each other, but my budgie was so agitated after a couple of days, he was making odd movements and I realised he was upset at seeing this bird but not being able to interact with him properly as they were apart, so I put them in together sooner than I was going to and his agitation stopped, they’ve become good buddies :)

I can’t bear seeing single birds and I don’t know how anyone can bear having a single bird, and people will get cross with me for it as they’ll feel guilty, but there is no justification for it except in very rare circumstances, ie if a bird is an imprint (not just tame) and does not recognise him/herself as a bird, and thanks to humans will only bond to a human and not another bird. I wish people would put birds and animals’ needs before their own. I don’t understand how the majority of people still seem to think it’s perfectly ok to take a bird’s freedom away and keep a bird in a cage/house/aviary.”

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beinghappyhavingjoy:

veganspartyharder:

buzzfeed:

Important reminder: Everyone on the internet is a real person.

Go read this. It’s really important.

Be kind to one another.

Pretty much the only decent buzzfeed article Ive seen in forever

Ayyyy this is fantastic

(via nerdygoddess)

Art by Heather Theurer

(Source: mickeyandcompany, via closethedoorplease)

Going to miss you, big guy <3 You are perfect in every way.

Adopted my boy Oscar as an eight week old puppy from a small animal shelter in Michigan and now, at just 5.5 years of age, after a very active and healthy life, he has been diagnosed with a very aggressive T-cell lymphoma and has been given about one month to live, even with chemo. 

Hug your animals close and show them you love them every day because I never would’ve expected my FIVE year old dog to die of cancer.

baradildo:

I can’t stop till the whole world knows my name…

baradildo:

I can’t stop till the whole world knows my name…

elegantly-tasteless:

shesspiffytho:

Damn

KeKe out here spittin factsssss

elegantly-tasteless:

shesspiffytho:

Damn

KeKe out here spittin factsssss

(via youngblackandvegan)

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recentgooglesearches:

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Qt me

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Tags: vegan cutie

stumpytheorca:

Meet Dzul-Ha

Captured alone in Iceland in 1979 he was moved to Hafnarfjordur Aquarium where he was kept until he was sold. He was a tank mate of Keiko and Kiska at at this time among others. Basic training was given and then he was sold to Germany then Switzerland before a year later arriving at his final home Aquarama Parade- a travelling circus.

Based in Isla Mujeres, Mexico. The circus toured mexico and argentina with Dzul-Ha along with other marine mammals such as dolphins and sea lions. He died there about 1983 after a year of performing. Official date of death or cause have never been confirmed, he was estimated to be about 6 years old at the time of his death.

I thought normal tank captive conditions were bad, but i think this guy takes the biscuit for possibly the worst deal handed to any orca. I can’t find out much information on the circus itself at all but i’m hoping he was kept a the base mentioned before and didn’t travel around with them - because life on the road for a land based mammal is horrifying enough.

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rawr0609:

littlepandabear:

looseaffection:

90% of drug addicts I know are white people so the media can stop acting like its only minorities in “bad neighborhoods” when they know damn well its bored white folk

Truths

Realest shit I’ve seen all week

(Source: looseaffections)

thinkveganworld:

Feeling the Christmas spirit in September.

thinkveganworld:

Feeling the Christmas spirit in September.

(Source: hellachristmas)