birds trying to take a selfie
birds trying to take a selfie
TA-DAH!…NOW BE GONE!
i like these birbs because they always look like they didn’t sleep well: bags under their eyes and vaguely pissed off. i know that feel, birb. i understand
Too many finaletest and juts want a stare of ocean with a no shoe upon the toe and THANK ABUT THE LIFE
you can have this. i’m giving it to you
INTRODUCING YOUR NEW LEADER: PRESIDENT BIRB
All of a fellew americamp is voter and the election is in! I am going for Shake a HANDS with me HAND
WHITE AND GÜNT OR GÜNT AND BLUE?
Is this video game bird blue and black or white and gold???
The goldest bird there ever was. It’s gold on the outside from head to toe, and even its bones and organs are gold.
You could spend all day in a section of wikipedia like this
Cockatoo running around yelling nonsense.
AMAZIN beeble lookin funky frehs..„,…, got ma spikys and th cool armrr…,.„ ready forr battle
Am Giblim. IT is Ollor. Giblim as in SMALL peep in Lorb of the ring. Axe dorf. Ollor like Gondalf the grep, but also with alfs. Differ net bookems — Seel Marine Lion. Am only birb RED it. AM disappoint. Even the Ollor do not know hims own name-story. It only watchem movings.
Which of become Dobbys Potter
This birb likes to sit on my glasses
I am going for the nest home BUILD right heres it is coneveneinte
How to efficiently read the morning paper.
Here is some vital information for your everyday life.
Cute bug #cute #bug #outside #green
notcie how th backlighting creats a strogn contast bteween th dark and ligt collors,…,…. jst kiidng. don t care, am bug.
heloo boys me eyes r up herr thank you….,..„,
Several of last night’s Oscar winners took their opportunity in the spotlight to make powerful statements about race and gender.
Labeled as “the most feminist moment” of the night by many writers, Boyhood’s Patricia Arquette advocated for equal pay and women’s rights during her acceptance speech for Best Supporting Actress: “To every woman who give birth to a taxpayer and citizen of this nation, we have fought for everybody else’s rights. It’s our time to have wage equality, once and for all. And equal rights for women in the United States of America.”
Yes, yes, a thousand times YES. Patricia Arquette’s speech was a declaration condemning the gender pay gap and the need for wage equality. Hearing the words “wage equality” and “women’s rights” uttered on a national broadcast delights me.
But then Arquette undermined her important words. In a backstage interview after her acceptance speech, she elaborated that after the age of 34, female actors earn far less than their male colleagues. But unfortunately, here’s where Arquette’s speech unravels. She said: “It’s time for all the women in America and all the men who love women and all the gay people and all the people of color that we’ve fought for, to fight for us now.”
Sigh. Why couldn’t she have just stopped? My initial excitement faded to disappointment, irritation, and anger.
Her statement implies that LGBT people and people of color have achieved equality. They haven’t. LGBT justice and racial justice still have far to go. It blatantly ignores coalition building that has happened across movements. Arquette excludes women of color and queer women with her statement. Women have multiple, intersecting identities. To ignore that fact erases many women’s existence. When feminists talk about women’s rights, we should not be claiming, either overtly or covertly, “women” equals straight, white, cis women. We white women need to do a much better job to make feminism an intersectional, inclusive movement.