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foxxxynegrodamus:

my feminism.

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nodaybuttodaytodefygravity:

gr4y-cl0uds:

itsflooo:

nateriot:

Obama on gay adoption 

You the man

fucking beautiful


yeah totally ruining this country what a horrible guy


There will surely be people who’ll reblog this with comments about drones or deportation or executive orders (too many or too few) but we have to realize that when right wingers talk about this president being divisive and undermining the fabric of the nation, those aren’t the things they’re complaining about. These are.

nodaybuttodaytodefygravity:

gr4y-cl0uds:

itsflooo:

nateriot:

Obama on gay adoption 

You the man

fucking beautiful

image

yeah totally ruining this country what a horrible guy

There will surely be people who’ll reblog this with comments about drones or deportation or executive orders (too many or too few) but we have to realize that when right wingers talk about this president being divisive and undermining the fabric of the nation, those aren’t the things they’re complaining about. These are.

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Is there a name for this meme or is it just “cishet TAB white dude on the internet?”

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theblog-delux3:

bookishboi:

futurist-foresight:

An innovative ring system to convert Sign language to speech.

kadrey:

Sign Language Rings Convert Gestures To Speech

"Here’s how the rings work, in a nutshell. There are three detatchable rings that are worn on the the thumb and first two fingers of each hand, as well as a bracelet. As the user signs out whatever they want to say, the translation is then spoken through a digitized voice that comes from the bracelet. I’m not sure if it works real time or not, but that’s still some pretty amazing stuff. And that’s not all…

"The gesture-to-speak aspect works fine when the hearing-impaired person wants to talk to someone else, but what about vice versa? The bracelet carries the double duty of turning sound into text that runs across an LED display. It seems like the only thing these guys have left to do is actually make people hear again…"

This bothers me a bit.

We could just start teaching sign language in school.

More people should learn sign yes. But if Deaf people choose to use something like this to increase communication with hearing people, fine.

But I worry that when tech like this becomes more widespread and, hopefully, cheaper (because you know this will cost a pretty penny) there will end up being a stigma on those who choose not to use it, just as there is for Deaf people who don’t learn to speak or wear hearing aids, both of which can be expensive, painful and impractical. That stigma seems both awful and unavoidable.

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america-wakiewakie:

atchka:

strangelybeautifulworld:

nympherret:

like how much more obvious does this need to be made for people to get it?

this isnt even an exaggeration 

like at all

That guy at the bottom? He’s waging class warfare.

Love how some dbag removed that this post was made by me. Ah well, it’s all for education! :)

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genoshaisforlovers:

My grandfather called to wish me a happy birthday

And he told me once again how he and my grandmother think I’ll be so happy when I die so I can walk in heaven

If you ever wonder why disabled people get murdered by their family and friends so often remember this: If constant sitting is enough to make grandparents pray for the death of their grandchild imagine if they knew of any of the real struggles we deal with.

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popunk:

this line just really means a lot to me. 

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