Using y = mx + b to measure the slope of that ass

Mathematically incorrect. Unless the ass was linear, but that’s biologically incorrect. You’d probably wanna use something like y=ax^2+bx+c because the ass is a second degree polynomial curve. 

did you major in booty math

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Have a heart.. #Quote ##FoodForSoul #SelfMotivation #SelfReminder #SelfReflection


Have a heart.. #Quote ##FoodForSoul #SelfMotivation #SelfReminder #SelfReflection

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Israeli agency bans radio clip naming children killed in Gaza
The Israel Broadcasting Authority banned a radio broadcast made by the human rights organization B’Tselem about children killed in Gaza, claiming its content was “politically controversial.”

Israeli agency bans radio clip naming children killed in Gaza

The Israel Broadcasting Authority banned a radio broadcast made by the human rights organization B’Tselem about children killed in Gaza, claiming its content was “politically controversial.”

(Source: standwithpalestine)

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dontfindmearishta asked:
What's it like as a Muslim Feminist? Can you shed some light on this topic because so many people have this misconception that being a feminist and a Muslim at the same time is a bad thing?


I love questions like this! 

As Muslim feminists we face criticism from two aspects:

  • Criticism from muslims who think we’re “westernizing” Islam
  • Criticism from non muslims who think Islam is misogynistic

The simple answer to both is that feminism doesn’t try to change Islam, rather Islam has always had feminism built into it. Actually, it’s quite debatable that Islam invented feminism.

The Quran was revealed 632 AD, with numerous verses labelling men and women as equals. In 632 AD, Muslim women were given rights (through the Quran, as well as through prophet Mohammad pbuh). Rights that western women only earned early 20th century. 

Actually, while 16th century western men were deciding whether women have souls or not, 1st century Muslim women were already given the right to divorce, to work, to educate and be educated, to inheritance, to their own land and property, to half their husband’s wealth, to choose who to marry, to have their own opinions, and to be treated as equals to men (and on and on and on).  

Some of the verses from the Quran (revealed in 632 AD) include:

  • “And their Lord responded to them: ‘I never fail to reward any worker among you for any work you do, be you male or female - you are equal to one another.” [Quran 3:195] 
  • "As for those who lead a righteous life, male or female, while believing, they enter Paradise; without the slightest injustice.” [Quran 4:124] 
  • "Whoever works righteousness whether male or female, while he (or she) is a believer- We will surely cause him (or her) to live a good life, and We will surely give them their reward (in the hereafter) according to the best of what they used to do" [Quran 16:97]
  • "O you who believe! You are forbidden to inherit women against their will. Nor should you treat them with harshness"…"live with them on a footing of kindness and equity" [Quran 4:19] 

Islam teaches that regardless of gender (or race), in the sight of God we are judged according to the good we do, and our level of faith. If God clearly mentions that men and women are equal to one another, why should anyone else act like men are superior? Superiority comes from culture, and that is the common misconception that people tie to religion. 

Now a question I always get is why Muslim feminists feel the need to use the word “feminist” if Islam already has feminism built into it. The simple answer is that even Muslims don’t know Islam has feminism built into it (hence the reason for the criticism we get), and that using the title “Muslim” no longer makes a statement that as a Muslim, you are aware of women’s rights. Islam definitely has feminism built into it, but not all Muslims apply that. Which is why we feel the need to use a separate word (in this case, feminist) to make that statement. 

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A father opens a plastic bag: 'This is my son,' he says, killed by an Israeli shell


The house of the Antez family in Sha’af looks undamaged from the outside. But the men milling around it have the dazed faces of grief that tell a different story.

Inside, the hole punched by the tank shell that hit the house, after clearing the retaining wall, is visible…

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Israelis complaining that local business has been hurt over the last two weeks. Try occupation, siege and blockade for a few decades.

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r-o-w-e asked:
So you believe that it's ok for Israel to be attacked and them just sit back and not do anything about it? You are quite ignorant.


Brb on the phone to David Blaine, let’s see if he needs an assistant since you’re good at conjuring things from thin air.

Israel is the problem from start to finish.

Example timeline:

  1. Israel attacks Gaza with air strikes
  2. Hamas responds with rockets

Now for the facts. Let’s go back to Israel’s last deadly offensive against the civilians of Gaza: 27 December 2008 to 18 January 2009. 1,400 Palestinians were killed, over 300 of whom were children.

Israel told the world’s media that they began the assault to “stop Hamas rockets” (which is what they say every time they want to collectively punish the people of Gaza). 

What Israel never tells you is that they break ceasefires. They are the ones who start the trouble and then make it out as if Hamas does.

But don’t just take my word for it - when even CNN - unbelievably pro-Israel - says it you have to pay attention:

How can Israel stop Hamas rockets? Stop attacking Gaza. Stop breaking ceasefires. Stop being provocative. Stop killing people. That’s only the first step.

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