crusherccme:

found this gem in the 1996 Cornell Women’s Handbook. it’s what to say when a guy tries to get out of using a condom

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"I can see your dirty pillows. Everyone will." - Carrie (1976) (X)

"I can see your dirty pillows. Everyone will." - Carrie (1976) (X)

"I can see your dirty pillows. Everyone will." - Carrie (1976) (X)

"I can see your dirty pillows. Everyone will." - Carrie (1976) (X)

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“Some nationalities were deemed to be unworthy of membership in the new Soviet family. As early as 1923, the new regime had built high-security, fourteen-mile deep “frontier zones” along the new Soviet borders. But certain national groups living near the borders were still suspected of harboring sympathies for foreign powers. This was the official justification for a program of mass deportations of almost all ethnic groups with a Turkic connection, among them Crimean Tatars; North Caucasian Karachais, Balkars, and Kalmyks from the Caspian Sea; and Georgia’s Meskhetian Turks. In the Caucasus, they also deported Kurds, Armenian Hemshins, Chechens, Ingush, and Pontic Greeks. The execution of this policy virtually amounted to genocide. Soviet secret police troops closed off an entire region, rounded up hundreds of thousands of people—women and children as well as men, Red Army soldiers included—evicted them from their homes, crammed them into disease-ridden cattle-trucks, and sent them into permanent exile in Kazakhstan or Siberia. Their homelands were abolished, their cemeteries dug up, and their culture erased from the official record. As many as a quarter of the deportees died en route or never returned.”

The Caucasus: An Introduction, Thomas de Waal.  (via thisiscaucasian)

and right on cue, a post about actual reasons, that are not “but communism” as to why the USSR was a shitheap. 

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historiographynetwork1993:

japanese communist party(日本共産党Nihon Kyōsan-tō) protest, 1960s

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