a wrinkle in time

Ask.   danielle. 18 years old. caffeinated flailing moonfaced feminist literature enthusiast. currently a rising sophomore at barnard college.

if you don’t have one of those anthropologie mugs with the first letter of your name on it do you even have a name? if you don’t have a herschel backpack do you even go to school?????? 

— 22 hours ago with 4 notes
thisisradionowhere:

lindeliz:

thatsthetrutru:

lindeliz:

let-them-eat-vag:

ashoutintothevoid:

Emma Sulkowicz is on the cover of this month’s New York Magazine and that is the coolest thing wow

DUUUUDE this is a huge fucking deal honestly

Her rapist is in my american studies class that I go to every Monday and Wednesday at 1:10pm and no one says anything ever and I feel like I’m the only one distracted by it.

LET’S TALK ABOUT WE HAVE TO WORRY ABOUT RAPISTS BEING IN OUR CLASSES. My friends have dropped classes because he is in them. Lol @ Columbia parading around pretending to be a vestige of liberal thought and creativity- it’s a little hard to believe when you let assaulters sit in class.

Let’s talk about how I’m sitting in a class right now with a rapist in it. Look at him. That’s him right there. In the back row.

It is very distracting to have someone who you KNOW without a doubt has raped someone sitting in your class. I just don’t know what to do about it. I can’t imagine how someone who has been sexually assaulted feels.

thisisradionowhere:

lindeliz:

thatsthetrutru:

lindeliz:

let-them-eat-vag:

ashoutintothevoid:

Emma Sulkowicz is on the cover of this month’s New York Magazine and that is the coolest thing wow

DUUUUDE this is a huge fucking deal honestly

Her rapist is in my american studies class that I go to every Monday and Wednesday at 1:10pm and no one says anything ever and I feel like I’m the only one distracted by it.

LET’S TALK ABOUT WE HAVE TO WORRY ABOUT RAPISTS BEING IN OUR CLASSES. My friends have dropped classes because he is in them. Lol @ Columbia parading around pretending to be a vestige of liberal thought and creativity- it’s a little hard to believe when you let assaulters sit in class.

Let’s talk about how I’m sitting in a class right now with a rapist in it. Look at him. That’s him right there. In the back row.

It is very distracting to have someone who you KNOW without a doubt has raped someone sitting in your class. I just don’t know what to do about it. I can’t imagine how someone who has been sexually assaulted feels.

— 23 hours ago with 187471 notes

princepocahontas:

tonedbellyplease:

BANANA ICE CREAM. How do you make it?

  1. Slice up your bananas.
  2. Throw ‘em in the freezer until icy and cold.
  3. Blend blend blend.
  4. Add just a splash of milk.
  5. Devour.

bananas are magic you can even make pancakes with them and muffins babeh

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— 2 days ago with 30419 notes

lordofthewolves:

Women in Science
↳ The Trimates

The Trimates, or ‘Leakey’s Angels’, were a trio of three pioneering women in primatology.  In a time when not much was known about primates in the natural world, these three women spent decades of their lives in the jungles of Africa and Asia to observe the wild populations.

Dian Fossey studied mountain gorillas in Rwanda.  Fighting discrimination from her male peers, her scientific achievements eventually led her to become the world’s leading authority on the gorillas.  In 1985, she was murdered in her camp, and her life was immortalized on film in ‘Gorillas in the Mist’.

Jane Goodall is world-renowned for her 45-year study on chimpanzees.  The first of the Trimates, Jane Goodall became the eighth person ever with no prior university education to receive a Ph.D from Cambridge University.  She remains well known for her connection and activism on behalf the chimpanzees she observed in Tanzania.

Birutė Galdikas was the final member of the Trimates, sent out last by Louis Leakey.  Her studies were on the orangutans of Borneo, of which little was known at the time.  During her 30 years of observing the orangutans, she contributed an enormous foundation of knowledge about the jungles of Indonesia and introduced the study of the orangutan into the scientific community for the first time.

— 2 days ago with 69 notes

earthandanimals:

A little cool on a hot day, or a story about a Wolverine by Nikolai Zinoviev

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— 3 days ago with 1309 notes

emmysaurus:

taking a nap is always so risky like when will I wake up? in thirty minutes? in 2 hours? in 7 years?? no one can be sure

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Heroes →

doulamango:

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Steve Irwin. Probably my first love. This man and his passion for the animals of Australia was unmatched.

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Dian Fossey. Zoologist. Did extensive field observations of the mountain gorillas of Rwanda. Lost her life fighting for the protection of the species.

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Jane Goodall.

— 3 days ago with 5 notes