ludicrouscupcake:

poppy-the-knight:

sourcedumal:

I Love My Boo campaign features real young men of color loving each other passionately. Rather than sexualizing gay relationships, this campaign models caring, and highlights the importance of us taking care of each other. Featured throughout New York City, I Love My Boo directly challenges homophobia and encourages all who come across it to critically rethink our notion of love.

GMHC is the world’s first and leading provider of HIV/AIDS prevention, care and advocacy. Building on decades of dedication and expertise, we understand the reality of HIV/AIDS and empower a healthy life for all. GMHC fights to end the AIDS epidemic and uplift the lives of all affected.

this is fucking adorable

SPREAD THESE IMAGES LIKE WILDFIRE PRECISELY BECAUSE THEY FUCK UP THE MISGUIDED STEREOTYPES WE ALL ARE USED TO SEEING.

(via bialogue-group)

(Source: reflektors, via moodyfaggot)

Where is the water?

Where is the water?

(Source: imwithkanye, via dutchster)

zackisontumblr:

who got to decide what words are swear words

(via fcukingchoke)

frozun:

⇢

frozun:

(Source: featherandarrow, via literiley)

blamoscience:

Prehistoric Colors Preserved in Near-Perfect Beetle Fossils

Despite being tens of millions of years old, some beetle fossils appear almost as they did in life. Not only are their shape and structure preserved, but so are the actual colors of their shells, which have changed only slightly in the intervening eons.

Though relatively little-known, these fossils represent the purest of biological colors retrieved from deep time, far richer than much-celebrated pigment traces of dinosaur plumage and more varied than the hues of a few ancient plants.

In a study published Sept. 27 in Proceedings of the Royal Society B, researchers led by Yale University paleogeologist Maria McNamara analyzed 10 of these spectacular beetle fossils, ranging from 15 million to 47 million years old, which owe their enduring shades to the phenomenon of structural coloration. Unlike pigments, which generate color from light bouncing off a chemical, structural colors are produced by the interaction of light with nanometer-scale surface geometries.

Continue Reading

zay4ik:

Beetles

solarine:

AHHHHHH. I FOUND CUTE SCARABS WHILE OUT ON MY WALK. TECHNICALLY, THEY ARE JUNE BUGS, BUT THEY’RE ALSO SCARABS. LOOK AT THESE CUTE COW BEETLES. THEY ARE BASICALLY BIG DUMB COWS WITH SIX LEGS.

perchu:

katara:

why are people so obsessed with “top or bottom” 

honestly im just excited to have a bunk bed

(via thanx-pete)

plop-alot:

walking out of an exam you knew you failed

image

(via homiesexual-123)

famenfashion:

Alex Dunstan by James White // DSection Magazine

famenfashion:

Alex Dunstan by James White // DSection Magazine

(Source: sherisseme)