Kylie Jenner has just claimed in her last Instagram post that she is now using “breast plumping cream”. Same way it was only ‘over drawing her lips with lip liner’ 😂😂😂 her boobs are as real as the tooth fairies, Prince Charming and unicorns exist 😭😭😂😂

A Man Who Said He'd Build A Museum About Women Made It About Jack The Ripper Instead
The museum, which originally promised to celebrate women's rights and accomplishments, is now about a notorious serial killer who targeted women.
By Rossalyn Warren

The museum, which originally promised to celebrate women’s rights and accomplishments, is now about a notorious serial killer who targeted women.

Reblog if you think Autism Speaks should be charged with:
  • Fraud
  • Child abuse
  • Hate crimes
  • Torture (for supporting ABA and JRC)
  • Genocide (according to the UN, “causing serious bodily or mental harm to members of the group,” like ABA and JRC and the institutionalized abuse they promote, and “imposing measures intended to prevent births within the group,” which they spend most of their money on, are forms of genocide.)
A jury just declared gay conversion therapy to be fraud.

On Thursday in Jersey City, a jury returned a unanimous verdict declaring that Jews Offering New Alternatives for Healing (JONAH) committed fraud by promising four young men and their parents that the non-profit could change their sexual orientation from gay to straight. The jury also ended the question at the heart of nearly every debate over gay rights.

I really hate to do this but idk what else to do. My card information has been stolen and is being used in Maryland. I live nowhere near Maryland. I was able to put a hold on my account, but only after them taking almost $350 from me. I can’t afford food or to pay my bills now. The $45 left I cannot even use as my account is now locked. I called my bank and they said they will help but it usually takes about a month to get everything proceeded and then 90 days for the investigation. I can’t afford to be out $350 at the moment. I am a 20 year old LGBT full time college student and I don’t have a job but I am looking for one. I’m going to keep this short so I don’t bore you but if you could spare even a little bit of money I would be so happy. If you can’t and you could reblog this I would also be happy. Any help will be amazing!
As I can’t use my paypal since it’s connected to a locked account, you can donate to my boyfriends PayPal which is theweeknd@outlook.com
If you would like I can doodle you something or write you something in return. Message me and I’m sure we can work something out of you don’t feel comfortable just donating. I also ask my followers to please reblog this. It would help me out so so much. I hope you have a nice day!


It was brought to my attention that Jai Grier has been stealing my artwork and claiming it as her own. 

The first photo is taken from my archive to show when I originally posted my collage, which was March 2nd. In the second photo, you can see that she posted my collage to her Facebook March 5th, 3 days after I originally posted it. In the third and fourth picture you can also see where she blotted-out my signature that I originally put on the shoulder of my collage character.  

It’s really disheartening to know that someone wants to steal something you worked hard on and call it their own. I’ve been working on my collage work for the last 5 years or so and it’s upsetting that someone would do this to me for their own benefit. 

SHE IS STEALING OTHER ARTISTS’ WORK AS WELL. On her facebook she has denied stealing other people’s artwork even though multiple people have called her out on her fraud. She has also been known to print out other artists’ artwork and claiming it as her own. I’m doing this post to expose her fraud and warn other artists of people like her, who think they can steal other people’s work and get a way with it.

Jai Grier’s facebook: https://www.facebook.com/jaigrier

The government will finally help student victims of financial abuse and fraud.

Originally posted by learningcurveed

On Monday, the Department of Education made an extraordinary announcement: It’s creating a new system for debt relief for students who have been the victims of abuse and fraud. The laws that were previously keeping students from getting loan forgiveness have been changed in their favor. 

Am I not, Black?

It is widely spread that Rachel Dolezal, president of Washington’s NAACP chapter has recently come under wide scrutiny after her parents accused her of being a phony. Mr. and Mrs. Dolezal say that their daughter decided that she wanted to be black around 2006/2007 and this my friends, is the result.

From this:

To this:

And this:

And this:

And if you’d like to hear her response to the question, “Are you African American,” click this link:


Rachel teaches African American Studies classes quarterly at Eastern Washington University. Her parent’s say that she has told more lies to enhance her blackness like, she lived in a tepee in South Africa and hunted for her own food, was abused by her step dad, has a black son (who in actuality is supposed to really be her adopted brother), etc…

I’d love to hear what you all think. Please comment, re-blog and BOOST this story. 

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If you ask people whether they think stealing is wrong, most of them would answer yes. And yet, in 2013, organizations all over the world lost an estimated total of $3.7 trillion to fraud. Criminologist Donald Cressey developed the fraud triangle in order to help us understand how seemingly good people can make unethical decisions in their daily lives.

From the TED-Ed Lesson How people rationalize fraud - Kelly Richmond Pope

Animation by TED-Ed

A man claimed that he would build a skyscraper 480 feet tall. He labelled all the plans as 480", and had the skyscraper built 40’ in keeping with the plans, pocketed the money and won a court case because, technically, he did not defraud anyone. The “skyscraper” is located in Texas, and is called the World’s Littlest Skyscraper.

The Federal Trade Commission and all 50 states on Tuesday accused four cancer charities of being “sham charities,” charging that the groups had deceived donors, misspending more than $187 million in donations, in one of the largest charity fraud cases ever.

In soliciting donations through telemarketing calls and direct-mail, the F.T.C. complaint says, the charities described specific uses for the money they solicited, like transporting patients to and from chemotherapy or purchasing pain medication for children. “These were lies,” the complaint says, and much of the money went to the people running the charities for expenses like gym memberships, college tuition and dating website subscriptions. “Donations have enriched a small group of individuals.”

The charities — the Cancer Fund of America, Cancer Support Services, Children’s Cancer Fund of America and the Breast Cancer Society — were created and controlled by the same network of people and led by James Reynolds Sr., the F.T.C. says.

Together with attorneys general from all 50 states and the District of Columbia, the F.T.C filed suit against those organizations on Monday in the United States District Court for Arizona, also naming Mr. Reynolds and some of his relatives and associates as defendants.

According to the complaint, Mr. Reynolds devised the fund-raising scheme in 1987 and recruited his son, friends and members of his church congregation to participate in the years that followed. The F.T.C.’s finding of $187 million in misspent donations reflects the charities’ activity from 2008 to 2012. In that time, the charities spent less than 3 percent of donations on cancer patients.