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— As a Peace-Loving Global Citizen by Sun Myung Moon (via psych-facts)

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— God (via 17thjaycee)

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— judge mathis, speaking the truth  (via thepinkestfloyd)

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goddess-river:

Women have been denied the right to vote, treated like property, sold to their spouses, raped every time it was war, misrepresented by entitled white male politicians, endangered every time they walked somewhere alone at night, denied the right to drive or be anywhere without a man, shamed for showing their faces, shamed for choosing not to show their faces for millennia, and still you think your biggest problem is that someone buys a mug that says “male tears”?

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that-big-gay-impala:

THE SARCASM IN THIS POST IN LETHAL

— C.G. Jung (via petrichour)

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modernwavefeminism:

Women were often trained in fighting in order to defend their home, if needed. While the evidence is small, there is evidence that suggests that there may have been women who fought alongside men in battle, away from the home. Women in Norse society also enjoyed basic rights such as inheriting property, filing for divorce and reclaiming their dowry in the event of a failed marriage.
While Norse society was dominated by men, women weren’t necessarily weak and subservient. I think it’s interesting to see the role of women in different societies, especially ancient societies, and see how far we’ve already progressed with Women’s Rights, even if we’re not to our ultimate goal yet.
~Anna

— Buddha (via kushandwizdom)

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me when i dont got this: i got this

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