1. nevver:

    Know your boundaries, Proxemics

    (via aliyouu)

  2. Crescent Island, Kenya

  3. Lake Naivasha, Kenya

  4. bobbycaputo:

    Geotagged Wildlife Photos Help Poachers Kill Endangered Animals

    If you care about endangered animals that are hunted for their parts, here’s something important you should keep in mind: make sure you scrub the GPS data on the images prior to sharing them online. Poachers have reportedly been turning to geotagged photos on social networks in order to find out where they can make their next kill.

    A photograph that has recently been making the rounds on the Web shows a sign that has been put up at an undisclosed reserve. It reads:

    Please be careful when sharing photos on social media. They can lead poachers to our rhino

    Turn off geotag function and do not disclose where the photo was taken

    (Continue Reading)

    (via akashiseijuros)

  5. thoughtsofablackgirl:


    Kevin Durant talks about his mom during MVP speech.

    My heart my freaking heart is melting 

    (via justlikelightning)

  7. sixpenceee:

    As a paranormal/horror blogger I can assure you these child abuse ads are the most scariest and saddest thing I’ve ever seen. Probably because things like that are happening RIGHT NOW at this very INSTANT. 

    And it’s horrifying but hopefully these ads bring more attention towards it. 

    I got these from this buzzfeed article. You can view more ads and the sources for these ads there as well. 

    (via insaneserendipity)

  8. whatwepretend:

    "Don’t Tell Me To Smile: A No-Nonsense Guide to Street Harassment"

    -A zine by Arlene Barrow (whatwepretend) and Annie Barrow (malheureuseandmaladroite)

    (via insaneserendipity)

  9. madeleineishere:

    Here is a comic!

    (via justlikelightning)

  10. soulrevision:

    [For more on social justice, follow me on Instagram: soulrevision , Tumblr: soulrevision , Facebook: soulrevision , Twitter: soulrevision]

    There was a lot of talk today about the media’s failed coverage [read: non-coverage] of the 234 Nigerian girls, thus came the #234WhiteGirls hashtag.

    No, none of us wants any white girls to go missing. We just want these Nigerian girls to get the same amount of coverage that white girls get (or would get), because EVERY girl matters.


    (via jackielineline)