1. adamwarrock:

Announcing The 24 Hour Rap-A-ThonOctober 18, 2014With proceeds going to adamwarrock.com & RAINN(Poster art by Erica Henderson)
Email rapathon@gmail.com today and pledge! 
I’m very excited to announce the second Adam WarRock 24 Rap-A-Thon! I could not be more honored to be doing this Rap-A-Thon to benefit not only adamwarrock.com, but also to benefit RAINN, the nation’s largest anti-sexual assault organization.
It’s always been my hope that this site and everything that happens on it would be for some kind of good, and after the success of last the Rap-A-Thon where your donations helped raise thousands of dollars to replace stolen equipment, as well as benefit RAINN – I wanted to try it again, this time in a bit of a more official capacity. So from the get-go, I will be raising money not only to, uh, live but also to benefit RAINN directly!
How does the Rap-A-Thon work? 

Last year, I made 16 songs in a 24 hour period. That’s right. SIXTEEN. That’s me finding a beat, writing the song, recording it, processing it and posting it live. We raised almost $8,000.00 last time, and all the excess proceeds raised after replacing my stolen equipment was donated directly to RAINN, to a cause that I feel pretty strongly about.
Email rapathon@gmail.com today and pledge! 
Did you know…



Every 2 minutes, somewhere in America, someone is sexually assaulted.
1 in 6 U.S. women are victims of sexual assault, and 1 in 33 men.
About 44% of rape victims are under age 18, and 80% are under age 30.
College-aged women are 4 times more likely to be the victim of sexual assault.
6 out of every 10 sexual assaults are not reported to the police.
About 2/3 of all rapes are committed by someone who is known to the victim.
This, in addition to the pervasive rape culture that continually shows up in comics, in television, in movies — all the while having people incredibly close to me, loved ones who are survivors of sexual abuse and assault.
I wanted to do another Rap-A-Thon, and this time, I wanted to do something that meant something more than just buying a new computer. So hopefully you’ll pledge and be here on October 18 to see if I can break my last record of sixteen songs in 24 hours, and let’s try to do some good in the process.
Email rapathon@gmail.com today and pledge! 
For more information, you can follow RAINN on twitter, facebook, or check out their website today!

    adamwarrock:

    Announcing The 24 Hour Rap-A-Thon
    October 18, 2014
    With proceeds going to adamwarrock.com & RAINN
    (Poster art by Erica Henderson)

    Email rapathon@gmail.com today and pledge! 

    I’m very excited to announce the second Adam WarRock 24 Rap-A-Thon! I could not be more honored to be doing this Rap-A-Thon to benefit not only adamwarrock.com, but also to benefit RAINN, the nation’s largest anti-sexual assault organization.

    It’s always been my hope that this site and everything that happens on it would be for some kind of good, and after the success of last the Rap-A-Thon where your donations helped raise thousands of dollars to replace stolen equipment, as well as benefit RAINN – I wanted to try it again, this time in a bit of a more official capacity. So from the get-go, I will be raising money not only to, uh, live but also to benefit RAINN directly!

    How does the Rap-A-Thon work? 

    INSTRUCTIONS

    Last year, I made 16 songs in a 24 hour period. That’s right. SIXTEEN. That’s me finding a beat, writing the song, recording it, processing it and posting it live. We raised almost $8,000.00 last time, and all the excess proceeds raised after replacing my stolen equipment was donated directly to RAINN, to a cause that I feel pretty strongly about.

    Email rapathon@gmail.com today and pledge! 

    Did you know…

    • Every 2 minutes, somewhere in America, someone is sexually assaulted.
    • 1 in 6 U.S. women are victims of sexual assault, and 1 in 33 men.
    • About 44% of rape victims are under age 18, and 80% are under age 30.
    • College-aged women are 4 times more likely to be the victim of sexual assault.
    • 6 out of every 10 sexual assaults are not reported to the police.
    • About 2/3 of all rapes are committed by someone who is known to the victim.

    This, in addition to the pervasive rape culture that continually shows up in comics, in television, in movies — all the while having people incredibly close to me, loved ones who are survivors of sexual abuse and assault.

    I wanted to do another Rap-A-Thon, and this time, I wanted to do something that meant something more than just buying a new computer. So hopefully you’ll pledge and be here on October 18 to see if I can break my last record of sixteen songs in 24 hours, and let’s try to do some good in the process.

    Email rapathon@gmail.com today and pledge! 

    For more information, you can follow RAINN on twitterfacebook, or check out their website today!

    Reblogged from: adamwarrock
  2. vivalanorge:

    England: colour
    America: color
    England: humour
    America: humor
    England: flavour
    America: flavor
    England: what are you doing
    America: getting rid of u lmao

    Reblogged from: mirroredappearance
  3. zipitclark:

varlandgear made this I’m just a vessel

    zipitclark:

    varlandgear made this I’m just a vessel

    Reblogged from: scenereport
  4. Meanwhile, the presumed stockpile of penis photos taken by Hollywood actors remains curiously untouched
    A line from an EW article questioning why it’s only women in Hollywood who have their privacy violated x (via pansycakeofwesteros)
    Reblogged from: mssutterbutter
  5. You simply need to tell your daughters not to be like Jennifer Lawrence.

    Tell them not to be beautiful, because then it’s inevitable that strangers will think of you as nothing but a meatsack.

    Tell them not to be intelligent. Maths, sciences, arts, humanities – being clever is useless if you’re still female underneath.

    Tell your daughters there is no point in being an Oscar winner. To achieve success in your chosen trade or profession, and to be recognised for it, cannot cure the disability of your sex.

    It doesn’t matter how beautiful, moral, bright, pleasant or useful you are. If you are female, you will have trouble every day of your life.

    After all, it would be too much to expect the handful of men responsible for it to behave better, be arrested, or be the least bit sorry.

    This article in The fucking Mirror of all places slaaaaamdunks the effect of Apple’s security breach on the social standing of young women (via marscadet)
    Reblogged from: mssutterbutter
  6. nprmusic:

Justin Townes Earle's latest songs offer a new angle on the mercurial nature of infatuation.
Stream Single Mothers from NPR Music’s First Listen. 

    nprmusic:

    Justin Townes Earle's latest songs offer a new angle on the mercurial nature of infatuation.

    Stream Single Mothers from NPR Music’s First Listen

    Reblogged from: nprmusic
  7. cosmogyraal:

    if not, winter – fragments of sappho by anne carson
    Reblogged from: dedaumier
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  10. Reblogged from: pacificrimeverywhere
  11. Don’t get too high and mighty, ladies. Don’t step out of line. Don’t do anything to upset or disappoint men who feel entitled to your time, bodies, affection or attention. Your bared body can always be used as a weapon against you. You bared body can always be used to shame and humiliate you. Your bared body is at once desired and loathed.
    Reblogged from: roxanegay
  12. lemniskate67:

something to remember

    lemniskate67:

    something to remember

    Reblogged from: mattfractionblog
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