I came in here to give you a breathalyzer, Steve.
I swear it’s like I’m body positive but only for other ppl’s bodies
ninjaruski said:Why though?
why they told me that? well apparently I snore bad enough to worry about developing sleep apnea in the future.
and also I’m just that overweight I guess.
I still don’t understand why people aren’t disturbed by the fact that the bourgeoisie actually run our universities
WWE has officially changed Wade’s ring name to ‘Bad News Barrett’..
jfc can we please just fire everyone in WWE Creative already
or just Vince/Triple H
Last night I had a dream that Mike was a PhD student in genetics/biology instead of linguistics, and he coerced me into breeding with a captured male Bigfoot (via artificial insemination) because he wanted to have the case be his dissertation.
THE MESO-AMERICAN CULTURES STILL EXIST.
THE MAYA ARE STILL LIVING.
THE AZTECA ARE STILL LIVING.
MOST ARE STILL ALIVE TODAY AND ARE FIGHTING TO RETAIN THEIR RIGHTS TO THEIR SACRED SITES, RITUALS, AND PRACTICES BECAUSE PEOPLE THINK THEIR CULTURES ARE DEAD WHEN THEY’RE NOT.
THEY ARE STILL LIVING.
This is exactly why I hate the ridiculous belief I see in Western media that indigenous societies are “dying out”.
this is how they did my spinal fusion
so last night I was told I was beautiful maybe six or seven times by a woman who was drunk as fuck and also high on crack.
(insert relatable gif?)
This hit me like a ton of bricks. I’m still feeling a little nauseous after this realization.
This is a wonderful presentation. I just had to add these:
Don’t ever let anyone tell you that gender egalitarianism isn’t possible among humans, or that our species’ “natural” state is one of gender oppression.
I could have sworn that “forager” was the term that’s coming to replace the inaccurate “hunter-gatherer.” Even so.
caroline, didn’t you respond to this post before?
I can’t remember, but yeah, while I agree that patriarchy and misogyny informed early archaeological paradigms (just as they did/still do with all other sciences and disciplines), it’s a mistake to look at indigenous societies that exist today and take them as an indicator of what our past was like. These people are not frozen in time, their sociality is alive and evolving just like ours. They have their own complicated histories and trajectories, and to merely view them as a window to “our” past simply because we still classify them as “hunter-gatherers” is to deny this fact. It’s hijacking their history and placing it within our own Western historical trajectory. Not v cool to do.