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dorodraws:

I DID IT i finally finished drawing all of them omg. 

I’m thinking of making these stickers or keychains or something but that would require effort :T

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#OWW WHAT  #snk  #why  

sherlockocity:

Muggleborn students at Hogwarts (part 1/?)

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palestina:

Bolivia Representative to UN wearing the Palestinian Keffiyeh at the UN Session during the discussion of the Israeli aggression on GAZA.

palestina:

Bolivia Representative to UN wearing the Palestinian Keffiyeh at the UN Session during the discussion of the Israeli aggression on GAZA.

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#Israel  #gaza  #yo  #palestine  #bolivia  #politics  

iguanamouth:

youre gonna look so goddamn cool

mathmajik:

"While fractal geometry is often used in high-tech science, its patterns are surprisingly common in traditional African designs," said Ron Eglash, senior lecturer in comparative studies in the humanities. Eglash is author of African Fractals: Modern Computing and Indigenous Design (Rutgers University Press, 1999).

Eglash said his work suggests that African mathematics is more complex than previously thought. He also says using African fractals in U.S. classrooms may boost interest in math among students, particularly African Americans. He has developed a Web page to help teachers use fractal geometry in the classroom. (http://www.cohums.ohio-state.edu/comp/eglash.dir/afractal.htm)

Fractals are geometric patterns that repeat on ever-shrinking scales. Many natural objects, like ferns, tree branches, and lung bronchial systems are shaped like fractals. Fractals can also be seen in many of the swirling patterns produced by computer graphics, and have become an important new tool for modeling in biology, geology, and other natural sciences.

In African Fractals, Eglash discusses fractal patterns that appear in widespread components of indigenous African culture, from braided hairstyles and kente cloth to counting systems and the design of homes and settlements.

Sources: csdt.rpi.edu aziarts.com theskylinedesigngroup.wordpress.com leahchappel.wordpress.com

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#design  #math  
theonion:

New Anti-Abortion Legislation Requires Doctors To Scale 18-Foot Wall Surrounding Clinic
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mycatsneezeslikealot: if men and women should have equal rights then why are you against men wanting rights? feminism isn't about women being better then men is it?...

w3f3k:

fuckyeahcourtneystodden:

im against men complaining about wanting ‘mens rights’ because it’s never about wanting anything other than to silence and talk over women.

if men’s rights activists worked to open crisis centers for male victims of abuse and survivors of sexual violence i would love that. if men’s rights activists worked toward support and parenting classes and education for single fathers that would be amazing. if men’s rights activists worked toward educating fellow men on practicing safe sex and consent i would be so on board. if men’s rights activists worked toward breaking down the chains of racism of their brothers of colour i would be so happy. if men’s rights activists advocated for anything of value i would be so down for it all.

instead men’s rights activists sit on the fucking internet talking over women and attempting to silence them and their oppression with arbitrary add-ons, bullshit about the friendzone, and useless fucking nonsense.

so no. i have zero use for men’s rights activists because it’s never about advocating for things men need and instead it’s always about making sure women shut up about what they need. they aren’t “men’s rights activists” they’re “anti women activists”. point blank.

finally feminism is not about women being better than men nor is it about being equal to men. feminism is about women being liberated from men. i have no desire to be considered “equal” to the system of power that allows men to abuse, murder, and rape us. i want liberation from patriarchy and men.

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