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notfunctioningshipper:

AMAZON FOREST PSA

listen you don’t even know what kind of devastating effect the burning of the Amazonian forest is going to have:

Forests are not helping to combat CO2 the way you think they are: Let me explain

Everybody seems to think that because trees produce oxygen, the amount of oxygen is working against the amount of carbon dioxide in the air and thus, saving us from climate change => we need to plant more trees!

This isn’t really why. (Ofc you should still plant trees)

The rain forest or forests in general aren’t the best at combatting climate change. They’re not even the most efficient. (Seaweed is!)

But trees bind CO2. They use it to grow. Trees are literally made out of carbon dioxide.

If you cut down ancient trees, you’re setting free a huge amount of CO2 that is directly responsible for climate change!!!

Do something. Stop this disaster. We won’t have time till 2030 if nobody does anything against this.

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chiribomb:

bewareimfrench:

magnumpicactus:

traumavomit:

foreverpheonix:

traumavomit:

but to be very blunt and very serious – it really is disturbing how you can look at fashion magazine spreads, teen magazine spreads and other media depicting teen girl trends/fashion and see how girls dressed in the 90′s, early – mid 2000′s compared to now. 

i mean 1998 – 1999 

2002 

2003

jump ahead to 2008 

vs depictions of teenagers in media  / teen fashion and teen trends of the last few years (2015-2018)

and people always say “if you look at teenage girls and see sexualization, then you’re the pervert” but .. i just don’t get that line of reasoning. how can you be so naive to look at how media, modeling companies, clothing companies, etc are treating teenage girls ( some of which aren’t even teenagers – but as young as 10,11, 12 years old ) and say “nope, nothing to see here 🙂 but if you call out the problem then YOU’RE the creep” instead of acknowledging that aforementioned companies are blatantly and intentionally producing clothing that is more and more revealing, less and less age appropriate, portraying girls in more sexualized ways as years go on, peddling these themes through social media, televised media, advertising, etc. i mean, that’s the same line of reasoning of “if you look at this picture of barack and michelle obama depicted as monkeys as being racist -then you’re actually the racist one for thinking that black people are monkeys!” when the artist of the photo is the one who blatantly and obviously was being racist. 

Lol have you seen Instagram?

15y/o

14 y/o

I’ve personally known girls (underage) who actually post what would considered child porn (partially or near fully nude/provocative poses) pictures of themselves while hoards of “feminists”, minor AND adult, cheered them on. I’ve watched the same girls continue to post sexually suggestive photos while their peers/fans encouraged them and adult men made sexually explicit comments under the pictures. I usually cant tell the difference between teen and adult women anymore, especially on Instagram. And it keeps getting worse. Attention, sex appeal, a huge following and validation is everything right now. That’s all that matters and if you dare call out what’s wrong with how teenage girls are being advertised as sex objects, you’re degrading and “slut shaming” them. I just want kids to be able to be kids and seeing my 13 year old cousin snap chatting her full face of makeup is disturbing enough

when i say pedophile culture this is exactly what im referring to, its sick and twisted. theyre children that look like adults and under no circumstance should that be okay. i have so much fear for this generation of girls and im scared sick of how its going to just keep getting worse.

this is all valid and I’m tired of being shamed because I think it’s inappropriate for an 11 year old to go out in short shorts and a crop top

Sexualizing teens is not OK, it’s revolting and we should fight it

Also there is a difference between “this child wants to wear a spaghetti strap dress and you shouldn’t send her home from school because of it” and “adults designing an ad of young girls in bikinis and a face full of makeup with the phrase ‘pop it’ is an acceptable and appropriate image”

An individual kid’s choices should not be sexualized, but grown adults making entire industries around marketing sex and insecurity to kids is reprehensible.

Ok but ya know what EXTRA sucks about this?

If you’re a teen and you don’t want to dress and super sexualized people? Judge you for it?? The only people I think I’ve ever talked to who don’t question me for actually wanting to dress like a teen from the early-to-mid 2000s are like,, old people.

everyone my age that I’ve spoken to IRL seem to think it’s weird that I feel SUUUPER uncomfortable wearing what sort of outfits are seen as “normal” now.

Like,,, hello?? Does no one else see the issue here??

It’s also frustrating because now it’s like I barely have anything that isn’t the exact same black t-shirt, hoodie and jeans because that’s literally the only outfit I can find that looks appropriate – AND EVEN THAT’S HARD!! I can barely get normal jeans!!

Like- I mean- This shouldn’t be happening??

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beckaboi:

just-high-school-things:

There’s this one kid who I’ve never seen talk, I don’t even know his name.

but he carries this keyboard around all the time. I’ve never seen him without it. Usually, he will sit down somewhere in the canteen and play whatever until someone shouts a suggestion. I can’t tell you the amount of times I’ve heard meglovania. Please help.

oh mY GOD RHWRE ARE THESE PEOPLE IN MY SCHOOL CALLED “THE BARD GANG” AND THEY HAVE GUITARS AND THEY TAKE REQUESTS AND MY FRIEND CJ TOLD THEM TO PLAY RAM RANCH TWELVE TIMES IN A ROW

I’m sorry

what

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