1. rapeculturerealities:

    Want to start a conversation on rape culture?

    Watch and share this video from Zerlina Maxwell at Netroots Nation.

    Reblogged from: becauseiamawoman
  2. chujo-hime:

    dbvictoria:

    Superhero-crazy Anya and Stella demonstrate what girls run into when they try to buy action figures at the store.

    This is the perfect summary of everything that is wrong with the toy companies (*coughHasbrocough*). All it needed was a grown man shoving the little girls out of the way to get to the only Black Widow figure on the pegs, and it would be the perfect representation of everything I hate about toy collecting culture as well.

    Reblogged from: theappleppielifestyle
  3. hypotheticalwoman:

    weeklyvidrecs:

    Sound the Bells - Pacific Rim (by chaila)

    This vid is a distillation of everything I love about Pacific Rim. It’s gorgeous and heartbreaking and slows down all the epic glory of the movie into something intimate and emotionally wrenching. Take a look. 

    I actually started sobbing

    Reblogged from: hypotheticalwoman
  4. blackfemalepresident:

    holywerd:

    mauving:

    Just so you know…

    Police chief prolly passed a kidney stone after she said that. Mother fucker.

    "im your state senator"
    THEY. GASSED. THE. SENATOR.

    Reblogged from: iamtehzuul
  5. feelknower1993:

    badbilliejean:

    flawlessxqueen:

    This is the young man that was walking with Mike Brown,

    Must Watch.

    Dorian Johnson yall. Confident and clear. Bless him.

    Reblogged from: astolat
  6. politicalsexkitten:

    yukaryote:

    Why Guys Like Asian Girls - Anna Akana

    Everyone needs to watch this video. Now.

    100% on point especially about men thinking that having “yellow fever” is a compliment and we’re supposed to be flattered by it. It’s the #1 way to parade around your blatant racism.

    Reblogged from: vampishly
  7. poc-creators:

    “‘Djin’ is the name of a spirit that’s in a wind. That wind blows every 30 years. It selects people but nobody knows why or who. It blows, and removes whatever uncertainties a person has about whatever it is they care about the most, leaving them to take action.”

    This is how director Hawa Essuman introduces the video story of her new film Djin, that she has been writing in recent months, and which bears the name of a magical wind which crosses the lives of the protagonists.  

    Along with the transformations of each character, the film offers a fresh look at the locations in which it is set, along the Kenyan coastline.
     
    Hawa Essuman is a young director of Ghanaian origin who is based in Nairobi.  She first approached the world of cinema as an actress, but later decided to focus solely on directing.  In 2008, after short films, ads for television and music videos, she made the feature length film  Soul Boy, which was produced by Tom Tykwer, and presented at more than 40 international festivals, where it won numerous awards including the audience award at the International Film Festival RotterdamMORE

    Part 2: Treatment and Production

    Part 3: Writing

    Part 4: Crowdfunding

    Part 5: Fund

    Part 6: Location

    Published on Apr 2, 2014

    the director’s eye project is supported by lettera27 Foundation of Milan and promotes African cinema, in particular the writing and preproduction phases. These are some of the most delicate periods in the development of a film project and are rarely supported by other funds or prizes. the director’s eye was launched in 2012, in collaboration with the Festival de Cinema Africano de Cordoba and the co-production forum Africa Produce, and curated by Vanessa Lanari.

    A jury comprising Nigerian director Newton I. Aduaka and South African producer Steven Markovitz selected Hawa Essuman’s Djin as the winning project for lettera27’s fund. During the course of 2013, after the award was assigned, lettera27 followed the work on Djin and offered its author the opportunity to talk about the project in a series of videos.

    Video by Istituto Micropunta Interviews: Claudia D’Alonzo and Vanessa Lanari Video Footage: Hawa Essuman Editing: Istituto Micropunta Sound: Istituto Micropunta Camera DOP: Flavio Toffoli Project Manager: Cristina Perillo Thanks to: Newton Aduaka, Mane Cisneros, Carlos Dominguez, Steven Markovitz and Moleskine This video is realized in CC BY SA www.lettera27.org

    Reblogged from: wocinsolidarity
  8. jesuisperdu:

    Dear White People

    official trailer HD; in theaters oct. 17

    Reblogged from: sixfootdeep
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  10. kumagawa:

    『ゼルダ無双』 インパ(太刀)プレイムービー

    Tecmo Koei released a new video of Hyrule Warriors that’s all about Impa. In the hack and slash action game, Impa is the Commanding Officer of the Hyrule Imperial Guard. She wields a long sword and it looks like her attacks are a bit slower than Link’s, but have more impact. The slide attack looks useful for crashing into enemy waves and perhaps dodging King Dodongo’s fire breath.

    Impa was in the E3 demo, which was set in the same area as this video, but she was not playable. New characters were revealed for Hyrule Warriors in Famitsu including Agitha from The Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princess and Lana.

    Reblogged from: greencladprince
  11. fromthecornersofthecurve:

    chubblebath:

    thebigblackwolfe:

    magnacarterholygrail:

    genderpizzapalace:

    marxisforbros:

    I want to get this video embedded in my arm so I can watch it whenever I get sad. 

    YOU WILL NOT REGRET THIS OMFG

    LAUGHING AND CRYING AT THE SAME TIME

    MY HEART. IT HURTS. FROM CUTE.

    DEAD. I AM DEAD.

    BEST DAMN THING ON THE INTERNET.

    Reblogged from: oreides
  12. thisiseverydayracism:

    thisiseverydayracism:

    Dave Rubin, fuckwit pretending to be a progressive on The Young Turks, thinks the joke he makes at 0:29 is somehow funny. Hint: it absolutely is not. (For those of you who don’t know, The Young Turks is a self-professed progressive news show who have recently been missing the mark on issues of race by a mile.)

    And then when he was called out, this was his reply: 

    How convenient for a white male to judge whether people are being “overly sensitive” about a joke that has been used a million times to ridicule them. 

    Things you can do:

    • call this shitstain out on his twitter or at his tumblr rubinreport.tumblr.com
    • or, even better, tweet at his boss Cenk Uygur to have him fired 

    And there’s more…

    Reblogged from: thisiseverydayracism
  13. sourcedumal:

    femfreq:

    A montage of 40 suspiciously similar looking male video game protagonists featured at #E3 in 2014.

    Lol

    Reblogged from: hella-bara
  14. incaseyuhnevaknow:

    cherrybrandyismymuse:

    christinefriar:

    Unwilling to speak about anything but how gently this baby says “cheese” today. Thank you for understanding.

    Awwwwww

    My heart…

    Reblogged from: elionking
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