buzzfeed:

There’s nothing quite like a perfect family recipe.

buzzfeed:

There’s nothing quite like a perfect family recipe.

closetsare4clothes:

majestikmajesty:

coffee-and-yoga:

donotcryout:

The Sexy Lie, Caroline Heldman at TEDxYouth@SanDiego

Every single word of this.

The body monitoring though.

jesus h christ hallelujah preach 

My brilliant professor- Caroline Heldman- love her! 

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"The Earth is 4.6 billion years old. Scaling to 46 years, humans have been here 4 hours, the industrial revolution began 1 minute ago, and in that time we’ve destroyed more than half the world’s forests."

— Greenpeace  (via 700seas)

(via upworthy)

buzzfeed:

If BuzzFeed had a ball pit.

mommapolitico:

smartgirlsattheparty:

thedemsocialist:

Any questions?

Woah.

I know I’m posing this twice, but just was wondering when a company is going to sue on the premise that men getting vasectomies is against the corporation’s belief that God wants us to be fruitful and multiply?

mommapolitico:

smartgirlsattheparty:

thedemsocialist:

Any questions?

Woah.

I know I’m posing this twice, but just was wondering when a company is going to sue on the premise that men getting vasectomies is against the corporation’s belief that God wants us to be fruitful and multiply?

(via brainpickings)

statedept:

Five Things You Did Not Know About Human Trafficking








Modern slavery exists in the 21st century, even in the United States.
Human trafficking does not require movement or the crossing of borders.
Anyone can be a victim of human trafficking.
The illegal profits made from the use of forced labor in the private economy worldwide amount to $150.2 billion per year, according to the International Labor Organization.
The food you eat, the products you buy, and the consumer items you use on a daily basis may have been produced by victims of forced labor.  Become a conscientious consumer by visiting Slavery Footprint to determine “How many slaves work for you?”














To learn more about the manifestations of modern slavery around the world, read the 2014 Trafficking in Persons Report, and learn what you can do in your own life by visiting 20 Ways You Can Help Fight Human Trafficking and follow us on Twitter and Facebook.

statedept:

Five Things You Did Not Know About Human Trafficking

  1. Modern slavery exists in the 21st century, even in the United States.
  2. Human trafficking does not require movement or the crossing of borders.
  3. Anyone can be a victim of human trafficking.
  4. The illegal profits made from the use of forced labor in the private economy worldwide amount to $150.2 billion per year, according to the International Labor Organization.
  5. The food you eat, the products you buy, and the consumer items you use on a daily basis may have been produced by victims of forced labor.  Become a conscientious consumer by visiting Slavery Footprint to determine “How many slaves work for you?”

(Source: go.usa.gov, via upworthy)

staff:

Congrats to the Fred Levy and his Black Dogs Project blog. It’s an effort to correct the fact that black dogs are sadly, routinely passed over for adoption. It’s nothing but photos of black dogs against black backgrounds, it’s beautiful, and it’s about to become a book. It’ll be out in fall of 2015, and its pages will be heavy with ink.

If you yourself have a black dog, by the way, Fred still needs models…