I’m sure this may surprise some, but I don’t blame white people for American racism. I singularly blame white privilege. It’s the idea—not the people—that affects everything. You can forgive a person, but how do you forgive a racist ideology? Zaron Burnett III, 'A brief history of white privilege' (via dailydot)
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passion4sharing:

I have heard my wife say almost these same words while getting ready for her date with a bull (date) I know well.  It is fun watching how proper she gets ready, knowing that inside she is getting erotic feelings for another man…just awesome.

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passion4sharing:

I have heard my wife say almost these same words while getting ready for her date with a bull (date) I know well. It is fun watching how proper she gets ready, knowing that inside she is getting erotic feelings for another man…just awesome.

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(Source: myhotwifecaps)

digitalpubliclibraryofamerica:

Good news! We’re excited to share that nearly 60,000 items from the Medical Heritage Library are now available via DPLA.
The MHL, a specialized research collection stored in the Internet Archive, currently includes

nearly 60,000 digital rare books, serials, audio and video recordings, and ephemera in the history of medicine, public health, biomedical sciences, and popular medicine from the medical special collections of 22 academic, special, and public libraries.  MHL materials have been selected through a rigorous process of curation by subject specialist librarians and archivists and through consultation with an advisory committee of scholars in the history of medicine, public health, gender studies, digital humanities, and related fields.  Items, selected for their educational and research value, extend from 1235 (Liber Aristotil[is] de nat[u]r[a] a[nima]li[u]m ag[res]tium [et] marino[rum]), to 2014 (The Grog Issue 40 2014) with the bulk of the materials dating from the 19th century.

To view the Medical Heritage Library in DPLA, click here. 
Oh, and if that wasn’t enough goodness for one day, we also have more than 150,000 items from the Government Printing Office (GPO) coming online soon. Huzzah!
Image Credit: An atlas of human anatomy for students and physicians, v.3-4 (1919), by Carl Toldt (1840-1920). Courtesy Medical Heritage Library via Internet Archive and DPLA. View original record.

digitalpubliclibraryofamerica:

Good news! We’re excited to share that nearly 60,000 items from the Medical Heritage Library are now available via DPLA.

The MHL, a specialized research collection stored in the Internet Archive, currently includes

nearly 60,000 digital rare books, serials, audio and video recordings, and ephemera in the history of medicine, public health, biomedical sciences, and popular medicine from the medical special collections of 22 academic, special, and public libraries.  MHL materials have been selected through a rigorous process of curation by subject specialist librarians and archivists and through consultation with an advisory committee of scholars in the history of medicine, public health, gender studies, digital humanities, and related fields.  Items, selected for their educational and research value, extend from 1235 (Liber Aristotil[is] de nat[u]r[a] a[nima]li[u]m ag[res]tium [et] marino[rum]), to 2014 (The Grog Issue 40 2014) with the bulk of the materials dating from the 19th century.

To view the Medical Heritage Library in DPLA, click here

Oh, and if that wasn’t enough goodness for one day, we also have more than 150,000 items from the Government Printing Office (GPO) coming online soon. Huzzah!

Image CreditAn atlas of human anatomy for students and physicians, v.3-4 (1919), by Carl Toldt (1840-1920). Courtesy Medical Heritage Library via Internet Archive and DPLA. View original record.

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tierradentro:

Man of Sorrows”, 15th century, Andrea del Verocchio. Taken by me at the Museum of Fine Arts, Budapest.

Holy shit! Jebus has a vagina on his chest!

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angelclark:

Teen May Get 2 Years For Pic Of Fake Oral Sex With Jesus (PHOTO) 
Will this boy get punished for coming to Jesus?
A Pennsylvania teen may face up to two years behind bars for allegedly taking a photo of himself simulating oral sex with a statue of Jesus. 
The photo was taken in front of Love in the Name of Christ, a Christian organization in Everett, Pennsylvania, and posted on Facebook back in July.
On Tuesday, the 14-year-old — whose name has not been released by police — was charged with desecration of a venerated object, the Smoking Gun reported. If convicted, he could wind up spending two years in a juvenile jail, according to Kron 4.
“Desecration” is defined in Pennsyvlania as ““Defacing, damaging, polluting or otherwise, physically mistreating in a way that the actor knows will outrage the sensibilities of persons likely to observe or discover the action.”

Fucking. Awesome.

angelclark:

Teen May Get 2 Years For Pic Of Fake Oral Sex With Jesus (PHOTO) 

Will this boy get punished for coming to Jesus?

A Pennsylvania teen may face up to two years behind bars for allegedly taking a photo of himself simulating oral sex with a statue of Jesus. 

The photo was taken in front of Love in the Name of Christ, a Christian organization in Everett, Pennsylvania, and posted on Facebook back in July.

On Tuesday, the 14-year-old — whose name has not been released by police — was charged with desecration of a venerated object, the Smoking Gun reported. If convicted, he could wind up spending two years in a juvenile jail, according to Kron 4.

“Desecration” is defined in Pennsyvlania as ““Defacing, damaging, polluting or otherwise, physically mistreating in a way that the actor knows will outrage the sensibilities of persons likely to observe or discover the action.”

Fucking. Awesome.