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I'm Elizabeth. Pittsburgh. Feminist/Womanist.
Writer. Pianist. Cellist. Vocalist.
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~ Friday, August 22 ~
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dandehaane:

if u are scared or worried or stressed please just remember that even if you mess up super badly, doggies on the street will still tug on their owners when u walk by because they wanna say hello to u so badly


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I love really subtle sexism where I’ll be talking about a thing and then a man will not only interrupt me but then proceed to talk to ONLY the men at the table about the thing that I was talking about.


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The Things You Let Me Keep (2014)

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ghdos:

muchadoeaboutnothing:

coolvintagesoul:

I hope this sinks in your hearts.

I’m so fucking tired of this shit

I just want it to stop.


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yennranmma:

whenever “strong female characters” insult men by calling them girls  my eyes roll so far back in my head i can see my brain cells die


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the-bigredmachine:

historicaltimes:

Frank Embree about to be lynched, Fayette, Missouri, July 22, 1899, see comment.
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Always disregard every opinion held by anyone who is so foolish as to tell African Americans to “get over it”.

the-bigredmachine:

historicaltimes:

Frank Embree about to be lynched, Fayette, Missouri, July 22, 1899, see comment.

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Always disregard every opinion held by anyone who is so foolish as to tell African Americans to “get over it”.


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~ Thursday, August 21 ~
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What if we were all just beef


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You took it all with you —
— Emily Dickinson, from Dear March (via violentwavesofemotion)

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nevver:

Born on this day, Herman Melville

nevver:

Born on this day, Herman Melville


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I drink to the ruined house,
To the evil of my life,
To our shared loneliness
And I drink to you-
To the lie of lips that betrayed me,
To the deadly coldness of the eyes,
To the fact that the world is cruel and depraved,
To the fact that God did not save.
Anna Akhmatova, The Last Toast.  June 27, 1934 (via mirroir)

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