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It's like doing peyote and sneezing slowly for six hours

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Anonymous asked: Adam Scott could rip my ass in two

adumbscotts:

the only thing you should be ripping are pages out of a bible so you can recite hail mary’s bc you need jesus

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lady-fett:

please enjoy this video of an action packed, high speed fight between two cats.

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lookdifferentmtv:

Good Look panelist and Girl Code’s Nessa shares how she’s experienced microaggressions. Read what she had to say and tell us what you’ve heard. 
I used to always hear, “Oh wow, you went to UC Berkeley on a scholarship? What sport did you play?”
 No, I didn’t get there playing sports, I worked my butt off and got there on a full ride academic scholarship. I was always offended because the assumption was that all minorities got a scholarship to UC Berkeley through sports.  
My way of dealing with these types of microaggresssions were to correct whomever was saying it to me and kindly explain how I got the scholarship - through hard work. I had to take a step back and realize they were unintentionally putting me down. 
I learned it was best to approach them by not giving them attitude but instead teaching them what was right so they wouldn’t make that mistake again. I think that’s the most important part in dealing with these [microaggressions]; you have to help people understand that microaggressions are wrong and how to learn from them. -Nessa
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lookdifferentmtv:

Good Look panelist and Girl Code’s Nessa shares how she’s experienced microaggressions. Read what she had to say and tell us what you’ve heard. 

I used to always hear, “Oh wow, you went to UC Berkeley on a scholarship? What sport did you play?”

 No, I didn’t get there playing sports, I worked my butt off and got there on a full ride academic scholarship. I was always offended because the assumption was that all minorities got a scholarship to UC Berkeley through sports.  

My way of dealing with these types of microaggresssions were to correct whomever was saying it to me and kindly explain how I got the scholarship - through hard work. I had to take a step back and realize they were unintentionally putting me down.

I learned it was best to approach them by not giving them attitude but instead teaching them what was right so they wouldn’t make that mistake again. I think that’s the most important part in dealing with these [microaggressions]; you have to help people understand that microaggressions are wrong and how to learn from them. -Nessa

Want more advice on dealing with bias? Go here!  

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