evangotlib:

perzadook:

Leading sci-fi experts, filmmakers, science fiction writers, film critics and scientists pick the best sci-fi movies ever made

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not surprised about the prevalence of 2001

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petrichorpoetry:

harrypotterandthetardisofsecrets:

cumberbangers:

sspock:

sspock:

How many ears does Kirk have?

Three ears. The left ear, the right ear…

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and the final front ear

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I told this joke to my teacher who’s a huge Trekkie and he sighed so loudly and just shook his head in shame. 

YES

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weavemunchers:

my personality is 30% the last movie I watched

pineplapple:

This is hands down the best parody twitter ever

"Within the lesbian community I am Black, and within the Black community I am a lesbian. Any attack against Black people is a lesbian and gay issue, because I and thousands of other Black women are part of the lesbian community. Any attack against lesbians and gays is a Black issue, because thousands of lesbians and gay men are Black. There is no hierarchy of oppression.

It is not accidental that the Family Protection Act, which is virulently anti-woman and anti-Black, is also anti-gay. As a Black person, I know who my enemies are, and when the Ku Klux Klan goes to court in Detroit to try and force the Board of Education to remove books the Klan believes “hint at homosexuality,” then I know I cannot afford the luxury of fighting one form of oppression only. I cannot afford to believe that freedom from intolerance is the right of only one particular group. And I cannot afford to choose between the fronts upon which I must battle these forces of discrimination, wherever they appear to destroy me. And when they appear to destroy me, it will not be long before they appear to destroy you."

There Is No Hierarchy of Oppressions,” Audre Lorde  (via supermattachine)

"I need to say that I don’t think this is actually a discussion about bi women’s right to reclaim the word “dyke”. I think this is a discussion whose purpose is to mark a clear boundary between lesbians and bi women, in order to place lesbians as legitimate/queer and bi women as illegitimate/straight.

It imposes a differentiation that in many cases doesn’t exist in daily life, for the sole purpose of fortifying the lesbian identity against a symbolic “bisexual” invasion.

In many ways, this particular discussion is not “real” but simply an excuse. Take for example the fact that my critics don’t discuss bi men and “faggot”, and the lack of any discussion about lesbians with “passing privilege” reclaiming “dyke”. Do recall that in many cases, bi-identified and lesbian-identified women’s lived experiences are very close or even indistinguishable.

So why are bi women singled out? Biphobia."

Shiri Eisner from Bidyke” and the appropriation of identities pub 6 October 2013. Additional credit to emiello for the timely reminder of it’s existance. (via bialogue-group)

growth, decay, transformation 

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fuckyeahlavernecox:

Laverne Cox corrects Gayle King on CBS

raecae:

Faris Badwan

blackfoxx:

glitterlion:

blackfoxx:

fabianromero:

white people really want to make everything about class and keep the conversation there. 

omg yes. I dont understand how they stop their analysis there though… So race and class arent connected huh? No? We dont like that? No? oh ok sorry. lets talk about nutella.

This is almost every single conversation I’ve had with white anarchists, revolutionaries, leftists, or whatever the fuck they want to call themselves. Everything is a class issue and nothing is about race. And when it is about race, it’s actually about class.

 Like literally our entire economic system is built on the subjugation and denigration of the black body and erasure of the Native one. Even if you want to center class, you cant do it without talking about race. Because the class system was built on a strict hierarchy, apportioning land/wealth/ and human rights based on divisions and strict categories of race. Categories used to dehumanize people based on race in an ideological system, set up to fuel an economic one— to  kill them, use their labor, destabilize their communities, take their land and resources, and appropriate their lives in service of colonialism and capitalism.