the joy of eclecticity

I started this as a place to store smut I liked, but it's become a place to blog and reblog more meaningful things such as size and vis a vis sexuality, bisexuality, polyamory, and being amused at sex-related things.

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Dec 31
rootsandroutes:

The New Yorker’s cover on Nelson Mandela. Great quote by him:

Overcoming poverty is not a gesture of charity. It is an act of justice.

rest in peace Nelson Mandela. You were a better man than most political leaders today can ever hope to be.

rootsandroutes:

The New Yorker’s cover on Nelson Mandela. Great quote by him:

Overcoming poverty is not a gesture of charity. It is an act of justice.


rest in peace Nelson Mandela. You were a better man than most political leaders today can ever hope to be.


allakinwande:

Greg Reese at Antelope Valley News has written about the early radiation experiments conducted in 1927 on black children at Lyles Station, Indiana. These hideous experiments are part of a largely unexamined legacy of illegal human experimentation, much of it conducted on African-Americans, and other minorities, and also on prisoners.
A 2009 documentary tells the story of one of these children, now deceased, Vertus Hardiman. These experiments took off Hardiman’s scalp… literally. But Hardiman wasn’t the only victim, nor the Lyles Station experiments the last. As Reese tells it:
One cannot help but be repulsed by the cruelty of such procedures, especially their application to young children, but this was not an isolated case. Similar research occurred in 1951 on a much larger scale has been uncovered in the then-fledgling state of Israel. Like the Lyles Station incident, where all the affected children were Black, racial overtones abounded since fair-skinned Ashkenazi Jews of European origin administered radiation to upwards of 100,000 Sephardic Jewish children who were refugees from Morocco.
http://my.firedoglake.com/valtin/2011/05/25/documentary-on-early-u-s-radiation-experiments-on-black-children-video-trailer/

allakinwande:

Greg Reese at Antelope Valley News has written about the early radiation experiments conducted in 1927 on black children at Lyles Station, Indiana. These hideous experiments are part of a largely unexamined legacy of illegal human experimentation, much of it conducted on African-Americans, and other minorities, and also on prisoners.

A 2009 documentary tells the story of one of these children, now deceased, Vertus Hardiman. These experiments took off Hardiman’s scalp… literally. But Hardiman wasn’t the only victim, nor the Lyles Station experiments the last. As Reese tells it:

One cannot help but be repulsed by the cruelty of such procedures, especially their application to young children, but this was not an isolated case. Similar research occurred in 1951 on a much larger scale has been uncovered in the then-fledgling state of Israel. Like the Lyles Station incident, where all the affected children were Black, racial overtones abounded since fair-skinned Ashkenazi Jews of European origin administered radiation to upwards of 100,000 Sephardic Jewish children who were refugees from Morocco.

http://my.firedoglake.com/valtin/2011/05/25/documentary-on-early-u-s-radiation-experiments-on-black-children-video-trailer/

(via navigatethestream)


Anonymous asked: Same anon as before, I just wanted to you to know that now that I know the full extent of your situation I'm okay with it, one thing about your answer bothered me though. It's okay for women and gay people to have multiple partners but not men, because men have always had "privelage." There cannot be equality in the world until they're taken down a peg and the women become above them and get privelages too, their can't be any double standard against privelaged people.

polycule:

[post reference: x and x]

Well first, thank you for being understanding and open-minded and realizing that you were making premature assumptions about my relationship.

However, “now that I know the full extent I’m okay with it” really rubs me the wrong way. It’s not up to you to be okay with my relationship. I explained it so that you know facts, not so that I can gain your approval.

And let me get this straight. In order for everyone to have equality and experience the world on the same playing field, we have to make everything unequal in the opposite direction first? We have to take away rights and freedom for a different group of people before anyone can feel like equality exists? 

Got it.

Has anyone noticed that the whole “eye for an eye” thing never fucking worked in the history of ever?

Punish the punishers so that the original victims can feel empowered through punishing their punishers and then when all the punishing is through we will all be happy with the equal amounts of punishing we’ve all done, and we can all link arms and frolic in the fields together?

Let me know how that works. While you’re over there doing all your epic punishing, I’m going to treat everyone the same, and then we can compare notes.

I bet I’m gonna win.


sexisnottheenemy:

fleshandteethandtongues: “I don’t think your hands are big enough…” (by Photos_by_DJ)

sexisnottheenemy:

fleshandteethandtongues: “I don’t think your hands are big enough…” (by Photos_by_DJ)



Dec 30
lovesexandhumor:

4skinsnfundocking:

oldnfat57:

scottman67:

Lucky bastard.

oldnfat57: love to do that for you

If you like floppy dicks and cum you can follow me at:
http://www.tumblr.com/blog/floppydcksncream

I wanna do this.

lovesexandhumor:

4skinsnfundocking:

oldnfat57:

scottman67:

Lucky bastard.

oldnfat57: love to do that for you

If you like floppy dicks and cum you can follow me at:

http://www.tumblr.com/blog/floppydcksncream

I wanna do this.


commanderabutt:

If you are a man who is sexist against women,

I will judge you as a piece of shit.

and if you are a woman who is sexist against men,

I will judge you the exact same way.

Deal with it. 

(via ladylanabanana)


this was me when I was younger

this was me when I was younger


ass-full-of-cass:

zombiegrapes:

holytrinitties:

i hAVE NEVER SEENA PEELED LEMON BEFORE THIS IS FUCKIGN AMAZING OH MY GO d

I feel extremely uncomfortable right now 

its a naked lemon like it should have a censored thing across it or something oh my god

facebook probably has a rule against this.

ass-full-of-cass:

zombiegrapes:

holytrinitties:

i hAVE NEVER SEENA PEELED LEMON BEFORE THIS IS FUCKIGN AMAZING OH MY GO d

I feel extremely uncomfortable right now 

its a naked lemon like it should have a censored thing across it or something oh my god

facebook probably has a rule against this.

(via ladylanabanana)


Today at Christmas lunch

holyclamjammer:

Aunt: so are you seeing anyone at the moment?

Me: yeah, actually. 

Aunt: awww! who is he? whats his name? what is his job?

Me: umm… a florist

Douchey cousin: a florist? ha! he’s probably gay

Me: Yeah. she is 

And that’s how i came out to my entire extended family at once

(via lgbtlaughs)



Anonymous asked: Hi! White woman walking a stroller with a black baby. Is it racist to assume they're not related?

yoisthisracist:

People can have all kinds of families, dogg.