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ROGUE SARETH
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I am Sareth, I am a 25 year old stay at home parent and artist who likes spooky things, collecting books, spicy food, and cute socks. Weird sense of humor, straddling the line between Goth and Punk.
I am also pagan and a practicing witch, Vaguely masculine thing, pansexual and rational otherkin.
Pronouns are totally Purple/People/Eater

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July 31, 2014 / 256 notes

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your never going to make it big with that negative attitude and no fursona

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July 31, 2014 / 212 notes

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The Chapultepec Zoo just celebrated its 90 years of existence. This is one of the most prestigious zoos and most visited in Mexico and probably in Latin America. But sometimes looks can be deceiving.

Due to captivity, poor feeding, lack of veterinary care and spaces that do not match the natural habitat of the animals, the animals here are in terrible condition. And we can not stand and watch without doing something: managers of the Chapultepec Zoo need to react before it is too late.

The consequence of all this is that today the zoo animals have lesions, signs of malnutrition, stress, depression, diseases, including dementia this is leading to violent behavior toward themselves, with potential to reach self-mutilation.

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everything we touch is art

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everything we touch is art

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Anonymous said: so my "friend" bought herself what appears to be a hijab. She's not muslim at all. she's american, too. I was startled. I don't know if I'm just overreacting to something normal or if I'm justified in being shocked? I just feel like she shouldn't be wearing something like that if she doesn't belong to that faith?

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meenah-and—the-diamonds:

fucknodumblr:

While I think the tumblr definition of cultural appropriation is full of shit, I think people should at least be respectful of other cultures. Though I’m not an expert on Muslim culture, so I couldn’t tell you.

You should probably ask vladimirnootin about that, anon

Okay anon, first thing’s first: Being an American has no freaking relation towards the hijab. A Muslim can still be American, and saying “she’s American, too” just makes it sound that those two aspects can never match.

Secondly, hijab can be seen in many forms throughout several religions. A head covering isn’t exclusive towards Islam, but Islam is recognised the most with it because of the stigma behind it. The Amish have their own head coverings, Some Jewish communities have it too, and so on and so forth. 

If you’re shocked, then I beg of you not to be offended o shocked on my and others’ behalf. The normalisation of the hijab is a very important aspect many Muslim women are striving for, and if it means non-muslim people wearing it too, then so be it. 

AFAIK, there are specific types of head coverings for nearly every religion (I’ve seen a graphics post going around with photos of the different styles and which religions they belong to)

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'Trendy' Native American headdresses are banned from Canadian music festival in a bid to 'respect the dignity of Aboriginal people'
Feathered headdresses have become a popular - if controversial - fashion statement for young concert-goers, but one Canadian music festival has banned the trend.

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'Trendy' Native American headdresses are banned from Canadian music festival in a bid to 'respect the dignity of Aboriginal people'

Feathered headdresses have become a popular - if controversial - fashion statement for young concert-goers, but one Canadian music festival has banned the trend.

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