I don't know.

katkinkat:

*forgets to talk to friends for 4 weeks*

rishu-jpn:

月岡芳年 - Yoshitoshi Tsukioka (1839.30.4 ~ 1892.9.6)

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Yoshitoshi

tyleroakley:

milokerrigan:

daily-nightly:

wondrous-wolves:

this actually makes me so angry
like okay he was drunk driving he’s only human or whatever
but that means he deserves to face the consequences like every other person on the planet 
and ‘even the day you shoot up a school’
is this a fucking joke 

beliebers are one of the scariest cults on the planet

she’s saying like it’s inevitable that he will shoot up a school

Incredible.

tyleroakley:

milokerrigan:

daily-nightly:

wondrous-wolves:

this actually makes me so angry

like okay he was drunk driving he’s only human or whatever

but that means he deserves to face the consequences like every other person on the planet 

and ‘even the day you shoot up a school’

is this a fucking joke 

beliebers are one of the scariest cults on the planet

she’s saying like it’s inevitable that he will shoot up a school

Incredible.

ienlevin:

2011

ienlevin:

2011

bklynboihood:

Black Queer History: Ruth Ellis

In the 1920s, she met the only woman she ever lived with, Ceciline “Babe” Franklin. They moved together to DetroitMichigan in 1937 where Ellis became the first American woman to own a printing business in that city. She made a living printing stationery, fliers, and posters out of her house.

Ellis and Franklin’s house was also known in the African American community as the “gay spot”. It was a central location for gay and lesbian parties, and also served as a refuge for African American gays and lesbians. Although Ellis and Franklin eventually separated, they were together for more than 30 years. Franklin died in 1973.[2] Throughout her life, Ellis was an advocate of the rights of gays and lesbians, and of African Americans. She died in her sleep at her home on October 5, 2000.