Anonymous Asked:
How do you feel about trans women invading feminist spaces?

spinsterprivilege:

daniellemertina:

i don’t get how a woman can “invade” a space meant for women. 

oh hey this is relevant tonight

"People love Hubble images. It tells them where they came from. It tells them where they’re going.”

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libutron:

Zoisite, var. Tanzanite | ©John Betts
Karo Mine, Merelani Hills, western slope of Lelatama Mountains, Arusha Region, Tanzania.

libutron:

Zoisite, var. Tanzanite | ©John Betts

Karo Mine, Merelani Hills, western slope of Lelatama Mountains, Arusha Region, Tanzania.

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welcome-foolishmortals:

The 10 best stargazing sites in the world

Atacama Desert-Chile, Mauna Kea-Hawaii, NamibRand International Dark Sky Reserve-Namibia, Aoraki Mackenzie International Dark Sky Reserve-New Zealand, Caldera de Taburiente National Park-Canary Islands, Kerry International Dark Sky Reserve-Ireland, Natural Bridges International Dark Sky Park-Utah, Big Bend International Dark Sky Park-Texas, Death Valley National Park-California, Cherry Springs State Park-Pennsylvania

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I swear I will buy every printing of every copy of Kase-san, I will buy any special editions and hardcover editions, I will buy it encased in platinum, I will fill every shelf of every bookcase in my house with Kase-san

dailygoats:

The goat does not hide its opinion of you.
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dailygoats:

The goat does not hide its opinion of you.

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luminescentlabs:

Aequorea victoria!
This beautiful jelly, (aka “the crystal jelly”) was the unlikely star of the 2008 Nobel Prize in Chemistry.  Its a palm-sized hydromedusae and has about 150 tentacles laced with pressure-activated poison harpoons, known as nematocysts. Don’t worry, it’s no harm to humans, but its voracious appetite includes small floating animals and even other Aequorea! Around Aequorea’s ring are small glowing photocytes that give off a blue bioluminescent glow. But, these photocytes are coated with a green fluorescent substance that immediately absorbs the blue light and transforms it, making Aequorea look like a green blinking spaceship when poked. Photo: David Gruber/Vincent Pieribone. Animation: Emma Welles.

luminescentlabs:

Aequorea victoria!

This beautiful jelly, (aka “the crystal jelly”) was the unlikely star of the 2008 Nobel Prize in Chemistry.  Its a palm-sized hydromedusae and has about 150 tentacles laced with pressure-activated poison harpoons, known as nematocysts. Don’t worry, it’s no harm to humans, but its voracious appetite includes small floating animals and even other Aequorea! Around Aequorea’s ring are small glowing photocytes that give off a blue bioluminescent glow. But, these photocytes are coated with a green fluorescent substance that immediately absorbs the blue light and transforms it, making Aequorea look like a green blinking spaceship when poked. Photo: David Gruber/Vincent Pieribone. Animation: Emma Welles.

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tinsil:

reasons to love digimon tamers: the bakery scene

tinsil:

reasons to love digimon tamers: the bakery scene

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