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As a girl, I agree with this guy.

Just remember that the vast majority of violence against women AND MEN is perpetuated by men, but abusing someone NO MATTER YOUR GENDER is not okay, and it's DEFINITELY not okay for WOMEN to abuse men either.

from Neils Healthy Meals

Tiramisu Cheesecake

Here, the delicious Italian coffee-flavoured dessert is made into an equally delicious cheesecake. Still indulgent and heavenly tasting, but with a reduced calorific content.


stephanie The 1896-97 Supreme Court they established the separate but equal rule

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Did LGBT Students Attend Hogwarts? J.K. Rowling's Answer Is Heartwarming

O que aprendemos com Harry Potter

from The Huffington Post

Why the 'Homeless Spikes' Deserve the Turner Prize

"On one level, as so much twitter outrage has pointed out, these spikes symbolise the transformation of the homeless into a form of vermin. But their artistic resonance goes further than that. These spikes beautifully encapsulate the essential concerns of a society that has abandoned any pretence of social justice, fairness and equality, even to the point of refusing to ensure what ought to be the essential component of any civilised society - a home for all its citizens."


Attorney Charles H. Houston helped create the legal precedents that led to the rejection of "separate but equal" schools for African Americans. He was also a mentor to Thurgood Marshall. A true pioneer for civil rights. #upfromit

A very clean cut, contemporary courtyard garden requiring minimal maintenance but maximum chic from its owners!

from Stylist Magazine

50 delicate and tiny finger tattoos to inspire your first (or next) body art

If you've been thinking about getting a tattoo, but are keen to opt for something subtle, then a delicate finger tattoo could be just for you.


Separate, But Equal: Rare Images from the Segregated South The video is terrific. The comments from too many people made me want to vomit. I don't have much faith in the human (?) race.

On May 17, 1954, in Brown v. Board of Education of Topeka, the U.S. Supreme Court ruled unanimously that separate but equal public schools violated the 14th Amendment.  On May 31, 1955, Chief Justice Earl Warren issued this decree, ruling how desegregation was to be carried out. The plan directs that schools be desegregated under the control of Federal district judges “with all deliberate speed.”