anonymous asked:

In my country (Finland) there is a new media thing that's called vaakakapina, "the scale revolution" with the tag line "stop trying to lose weight, start living". It's about healthy living but emphasising psychological health, self acceptance and how people's worth isn't measured on a scale based on their weight. It moved me so much to hear this on national TV! And my big sister who has been dieting all her life recently liked them on Facebook. I just wanted to share this, it's making me happy.

Wow! That is wonderful.


“Being your candidate was the honour of a lifetime”

“Nearly 66 million votes are fueling grassroots energy and activism; and everywhere, people are marching, protesting, tweeting, speaking out and working for an America that’s hopeful, inclusive and big hearted. From the Women’s March to airports…”

“Among those millions making their voices heard are future mayors, city and state officials, governors, members of congress - even future Presidents.”

“Let resistance plus persistence equal progress for our Party and our country.”

“Our best days are still ahead, so keep the faith and keep fighting, I’ll be right there with you every step of the way.”

Hillary Rodham Clinton | Winner of the Popular Vote for President 


CNN’s Brian Stelter, “We Don’t See CNN Or New York Times ‘Rooting for Any President’”

Originally posted by yourreactiongifs

@redbloodedamerica?  I have no words.  #wherehasstelterbeensince2009

//bangs pots and pans together/,,, Hey Capcom why didn’t you elaborate more on Sea People in MH3/3U HMMMM. Gotta Leave us hanging on NEATo concepts with only discarded scraps to glean from.

The End of Milo Yiannopoulos

Milo was an entertainer. A provocateur. And now his career is in ruins due to an organized media attack that resurfaced some dubious pedophilic comments from years ago. 

In this conversation, we discuss the fallout of Milo’s comments and what this means for his career, for liberals, and the future of the new-right movement. 

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There are people on the left who genuinely blame entire groups of people for all of their problems and think genocide/eugenics/silencing all opposition is the best and only way to solve those problems, but some troll on the internet who tells nazi jokes and might have a more center/conservative view is automatically a nazi, or at the very least, compared to one? Explain?