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listenforthesmiles:

tedx:

Watch the whole talk here»

This guy stopped watching porn — and he wants you to know why. Gender activist Ran Gavrieli felt that most of the images he saw in porn encouraged negative, even violent, attitudes toward women, despite a recent wave of feminist porn. So he pulled the plug, and found that his personal sex life and private fantasies became much more fulfilling.

In his talk at TEDxJaffa, he advocates for physically and emotionally-safe sex, as well as erotica that shows a wider range of fulfilling sexual experiences — including the intimacy of human connection, laughter, and touch. Watch his talk here.

This is important.

* I’m trying. 1 day at a time.

A reservoir that has turned blood-red as a result of mining pollution in Sháoguān, China.

(Source: malformalady)

politics-war:

Cleaning workers retrieve carcasses of pigs from a branch of Huangpu River in Shanghai, on March 10, 2013. Over 2,200 pigs were found dead, floating in one of Shanghai’s main water sources, official media reported on March 11, 2013, triggering a public outcry in China where concerns over food safety and environmental pollution run high.

Wake up! This is no joke. This is actually happening

and your 5 plant lifestyle is the primary cause of it.

(Source: kickitover)

observedintoexistence:

underthevastblueseas:

Modern fishing vessels catch staggering amounts of unwanted fish and other marine life. It’s estimated that anywhere from 8 to 25 percent of the total global catch is discarded, cast overboard either dead or dying. That’s up to 27 million tonnes of fish thrown out each year — the equivalent of 600 fully-laden Titanics. And the victims aren’t just fish. Every year, an estimated 300,000 whales, dolphins and porpoises die entangled in fishing nets, along with thousands of critically-endangered sea turtles.
All modern forms of commercial fishing produce bycatch, but shrimp trawling is by far the most destructive: it is responsible for a third of the world’s bycatch, while producing only 2% of all seafood.
Shrimp (and many deep-sea fish) are caught using a fishing method called bottom trawling, which usually involves dragging a net between two trawl doors weighing several tons each across the ocean bed. This has a destructive impact on seabed communities, particularly on fragile deep water coral – a vital part of the marine ecosystem that scientists are just beginning to understand. The effect of bottom trawling on the seafloor has been compared to forest clear-cutting, and the damage it causes can be seen from space. The UN Secretary General reported in 2006 that 95 percent of damage to seamount ecosystems worldwide is caused by deep sea bottom trawling.
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THIS IS WHAT YOU PAY FOR.

observedintoexistence:

underthevastblueseas:

Modern fishing vessels catch staggering amounts of unwanted fish and other marine life. It’s estimated that anywhere from 8 to 25 percent of the total global catch is discarded, cast overboard either dead or dying. That’s up to 27 million tonnes of fish thrown out each year — the equivalent of 600 fully-laden Titanics. And the victims aren’t just fish. Every year, an estimated 300,000 whales, dolphins and porpoises die entangled in fishing nets, along with thousands of critically-endangered sea turtles.

All modern forms of commercial fishing produce bycatch, but shrimp trawling is by far the most destructive: it is responsible for a third of the world’s bycatch, while producing only 2% of all seafood.

Shrimp (and many deep-sea fish) are caught using a fishing method called bottom trawling, which usually involves dragging a net between two trawl doors weighing several tons each across the ocean bed. This has a destructive impact on seabed communities, particularly on fragile deep water coral – a vital part of the marine ecosystem that scientists are just beginning to understand. The effect of bottom trawling on the seafloor has been compared to forest clear-cutting, and the damage it causes can be seen from space. The UN Secretary General reported in 2006 that 95 percent of damage to seamount ecosystems worldwide is caused by deep sea bottom trawling.

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THIS IS WHAT YOU PAY FOR.

* Okay, now I’ll legit lose some sleep about this…

* Okay, now I’ll legit lose some sleep about this…

your-maj3sty:

  Mining metals and other natural resources is not good for the planet. When you take precious metals, minerals, oil, gas, etc out of the planet, you’re actually damaging the planet. Us humans aren’t used to thinking that Earth is a living organism. Planets are evolving creatures just like animals. When you take something from the Earth, you gotta give it back. Also, building dams is not healthy for the planet either. It stops the natural flow of the elements and can also cause geological shifts.

your-maj3sty:

  Mining metals and other natural resources is not good for the planet. When you take precious metals, minerals, oil, gas, etc out of the planet, you’re actually damaging the planet. Us humans aren’t used to thinking that Earth is a living organism. Planets are evolving creatures just like animals. When you take something from the Earth, you gotta give it back. Also, building dams is not healthy for the planet either. It stops the natural flow of the elements and can also cause geological shifts.

  1. Camera: Nikon D300
  2. Aperture: f/11
  3. Exposure: 1/500th
  4. Focal Length: 82mm
likeafieldmouse:

Chris Jordan - Midway: Message from the Gyre (2009-current)
I understand that these are horrific, disturbing images and not remotely beautiful.
At first I was under the impression that the albatross remains had been arranged by the photographer around piles of plastic trash; then I read this article and learned that “nesting chicks fill their bellies with plastic as their parents collect and feed them bits that look to them like food. As a result, tens of thousands of albatross chicks die of starvation, choking, internal bleeding and poisoning each year.” 
I feel the set deserves posting. 


Re-post cuz we often forget the consequences of our thoughtless actions. likeafieldmouse:

Chris Jordan - Midway: Message from the Gyre (2009-current)
I understand that these are horrific, disturbing images and not remotely beautiful.
At first I was under the impression that the albatross remains had been arranged by the photographer around piles of plastic trash; then I read this article and learned that “nesting chicks fill their bellies with plastic as their parents collect and feed them bits that look to them like food. As a result, tens of thousands of albatross chicks die of starvation, choking, internal bleeding and poisoning each year.” 
I feel the set deserves posting. 


Re-post cuz we often forget the consequences of our thoughtless actions. likeafieldmouse:

Chris Jordan - Midway: Message from the Gyre (2009-current)
I understand that these are horrific, disturbing images and not remotely beautiful.
At first I was under the impression that the albatross remains had been arranged by the photographer around piles of plastic trash; then I read this article and learned that “nesting chicks fill their bellies with plastic as their parents collect and feed them bits that look to them like food. As a result, tens of thousands of albatross chicks die of starvation, choking, internal bleeding and poisoning each year.” 
I feel the set deserves posting. 


Re-post cuz we often forget the consequences of our thoughtless actions. likeafieldmouse:

Chris Jordan - Midway: Message from the Gyre (2009-current)
I understand that these are horrific, disturbing images and not remotely beautiful.
At first I was under the impression that the albatross remains had been arranged by the photographer around piles of plastic trash; then I read this article and learned that “nesting chicks fill their bellies with plastic as their parents collect and feed them bits that look to them like food. As a result, tens of thousands of albatross chicks die of starvation, choking, internal bleeding and poisoning each year.” 
I feel the set deserves posting. 


Re-post cuz we often forget the consequences of our thoughtless actions. likeafieldmouse:

Chris Jordan - Midway: Message from the Gyre (2009-current)
I understand that these are horrific, disturbing images and not remotely beautiful.
At first I was under the impression that the albatross remains had been arranged by the photographer around piles of plastic trash; then I read this article and learned that “nesting chicks fill their bellies with plastic as their parents collect and feed them bits that look to them like food. As a result, tens of thousands of albatross chicks die of starvation, choking, internal bleeding and poisoning each year.” 
I feel the set deserves posting. 


Re-post cuz we often forget the consequences of our thoughtless actions.

likeafieldmouse:

Chris Jordan - Midway: Message from the Gyre (2009-current)

I understand that these are horrific, disturbing images and not remotely beautiful.

At first I was under the impression that the albatross remains had been arranged by the photographer around piles of plastic trash; then I read this article and learned that “nesting chicks fill their bellies with plastic as their parents collect and feed them bits that look to them like food. As a result, tens of thousands of albatross chicks die of starvation, choking, internal bleeding and poisoning each year.”

I feel the set deserves posting. 

Re-post cuz we often forget the consequences of our thoughtless actions.

(Source: likeafieldmouse)



The Real Toy Story (by Michael Wolf)
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The Real Toy Story (by Michael Wolf)
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The Real Toy Story (by Michael Wolf)
On Tumblr



The Real Toy Story (by Michael Wolf)
On Tumblr



The Real Toy Story (by Michael Wolf)
On Tumblr



The Real Toy Story (by Michael Wolf)
On Tumblr

The Real Toy Story (by Michael Wolf)

On Tumblr

(Source: from89)

marianamystic:

it takes a lot of things

(Source: pellicule)

* What a sad truth…

yourmaj3sty:

Yezzir

yourmaj3sty:

Yezzir

(Source: your-maj3sty)

"The great materialistic progress which we have venerated for so long is on the verge of bankruptcy. We can no longer believe that we are born into this world to accumulate wealth and abandon ourselves to mortal pleasures. We see the dangers and realize that we have been exploited for centuries. We were told the twentieth century was the most progressive that the world has ever known, but unfortunately the progression was in the direction of self-destruction."
— Manly P. Hall, The Secret Teachings of all Ages (via socialuprooting)
* This is precisely why I greatly hate the golf courses. 

Literally butchering the nature just for the sake of old farts’ leisure time.

Ugh so disgusting

* This is precisely why I greatly hate the golf courses.

Literally butchering the nature just for the sake of old farts’ leisure time.

Ugh so disgusting

(Source: backtobasics25)

* i 100% agree with this

* i 100% agree with this