How to find textbooks online for free: a post.
pompadoursandpincurls: obsessionfull: Textbooks are fucking expensive, and if your professor doesn’t require a physical copy (most don’t - they just want you to have the book at hand. Or maybe even not. Some professors literally give no fucks about whether you have the book or not) and you don’t mind having your copy as an electronic copy - this is the post for you! Most textbook companies...
Things that should be a tumblr but aren't
1. Butch Sightings http://www.butchsightings.com/ * I now follow the above as well as fuckyeahbutches butchesholdinganimals etc etc
The Kyle and Jackie "oh fuck no" show.
Sign the petition pressuring companies to withdraw their advertising revenue from the Kyle and Jackie O show! http://www.change.org/petitions/2day-and-fox-fm-sponsors-cancel-advertising-until-kyle-sandilands-is-dumped-from-radio-vilekyle Their show featured a segment yesterday which made jokes about murdering a ‘tranny prostitute’...
Melbourne police strip #occupymelbourne protester... →
trigger warning:: sexual assault, sleazy police violence more info in link; comments, video. (pretty sure the last comment at the end of the link by the OP is intended to be sarcastic) The individual in question was part of the Occupy Melbourne protest and was dressed in a protest costume made from a converted tent. The significance of the costume was to [highlight] restrictions placed on...
More than 50 books by Queer People of Color →
never ending search for more books ( i have been reading the same YA literature over and over lately )
on "call-out culture" and why I'm not into it
ourcatastrophe: (and, side note, don’t think it’s a bullshit evasive term like “politically correct”) firstly: to me, calling someone out primarily means calling them out for abuse or assault. that’s the context I first heard the term in. like confronting a rapist, for example. therefore, I really dislike the use of term call-out to mean political critique; I think it’s appropriative, and...