The Little One

Only technically an adult...

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pohutukaryl:

poly—nesian:

tiare-tipani:

While Australians face enormous challenges from climate change, put yourself in the shoes of those living on coral islands and atolls spread across the Pacific Ocean. For Pacific Islanders, land is life. Climate change is threatening this. It threatens families and the viability of islander communities and culture. The Pacific Island states of Tuvalu and Kiribati, situated north-east of Australia, and about half-way to Hawaii, are low-lying island nations experiencing some of the earliest and worst impacts of climate change.

"In the event that the situation is not reversed, where does the international community think the Tuvalu people are to hide from the onslaught of sea level rise? Taking us as environmental refugees is not what Tuvalu is after in the long run.

We want the islands of Tuvalu and our nation to remain permanently and not be submerged as a result of greed and uncontrolled consumption of industrialized countries.

We want our children to grow up the way my wife and I did in our own islands and in our own culture.

Climate change is happening. The scientific consensus is that human activity is warming the Earth. This is changing weather patterns, increasing the frequency and intensity of severe weather events such as droughts, floods and cyclones and causing sea level rise – all of which impact on the ability of people in Kiribati and Tuvalu to find shelter, food and clean drinking water.

as my aunty said the other day, it’s not only your house that goes when it floods but it’s also your entire community, your language, your tikanga, your culture, and everything else you could imagine. these things are near impossible to bring back once they’re gone.

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trekfaerie:

plasmalogical:

sugarplumelf:

southwestdaddy:

sugarplumelf:

southwestdaddy:

Those are so cute and sexy

fuck off i’m 16

Are you stupid? I said nothing at all about you, and my comment was very clearly specifically about the shorts. And if you made them, you could have simply said “Thank you” for the compliment on the shorts. If you didn’t make them, you should have kept your ignorant mouth shut.

shut the fuck up that is MY body and MY shorts i am a young girl and i will not tolerate inappropriate comments about me and my clothes. you’re a predator so leave me alone and never call me ignorant again or you’ll fucking wish you hadn’t.

“. I occasionally get a little political, and I will always reblog things that I believe support, and empower girls, and women. I don’t consider myself a feminist, but I am a very strong supporter of most feminist ideals. I fully, and actively support equality, and equity, not merely for the sexes, but for genders, sexual orientations, etc.
Note: I tend to prefer younger women, because they are often less restrained, but age is not an arbitrary issue for me.”
someone put this man in prison proactively

if we can just cull anyone who calls themselves daddy without being someone’s actual literal father
that’d be great

trekfaerie:

plasmalogical:

sugarplumelf:

southwestdaddy:

sugarplumelf:

southwestdaddy:

Those are so cute and sexy

fuck off i’m 16

Are you stupid? I said nothing at all about you, and my comment was very clearly specifically about the shorts. And if you made them, you could have simply said “Thank you” for the compliment on the shorts. If you didn’t make them, you should have kept your ignorant mouth shut.

shut the fuck up that is MY body and MY shorts i am a young girl and i will not tolerate inappropriate comments about me and my clothes. you’re a predator so leave me alone and never call me ignorant again or you’ll fucking wish you hadn’t.

. I occasionally get a little political, and I will always reblog things that I believe support, and empower girls, and women. I don’t consider myself a feminist, but I am a very strong supporter of most feminist ideals. I fully, and actively support equality, and equity, not merely for the sexes, but for genders, sexual orientations, etc.


Note: I tend to prefer younger women, because they are often less restrained, but age is not an arbitrary issue for me.”

someone put this man in prison proactively

if we can just cull anyone who calls themselves daddy without being someone’s actual literal father

that’d be great

Filed under you call those assholes out girl

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return-me-to-the-forest asked: I don't know if you've already posted about it but what's your opinion on Goku's mom, Gine?

stupidoomdoodles:

Well I’m waiting for the translation of DB minus before I make a post about it but I kinda like her character design. I’m a bit angry and disappointed the only saiyan woman we see (seriously we see plenty of saiyans in the chapter and they’re all male what the hell) is not a fighter, but welll…the fact that she’s a lunch lady is still fucking hilarious

My headcanon for the time being is that Gine isn’t a weakling or anything (by “third-class” standards) but she’s too soft to manage on purges which i think Toriyama kind of mentioned in the interview. Like, she used to be on Bardock’s team but she kept “sparing the children” and “not ruthlessly mowing down people as they fled in terror” like a total wuss. (Selipa just rolls her eyes and sighs in disappointment). 

I do kind of like the chance to flesh out saiyan society that she gives us (who does all the jobs not related to fighting??? How do they survive with only soldiers???) though I’m also disappointed about not having more lady warriors. Still headcanoning that Vegeta’s mother is a total psycho on the battlefield and everyone is terrified of her. 

The image of Kakarrot following his mum around at work and being a total mama’s boy to steal/beg for extra food is hilarious enough to appease me for now. 

Filed under Dragonball Z Gine anxiously waiting for translations