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Ask me anything   My name's James. I live in England and I am currently at Middlesex University studying Television Production.

Television enthusiast. The Wire. The Sopranos. Boardwalk Empire. Supernatural. Lost. Battlestar Galactica. Sherlock. Doctor Who. Breaking Bad. Dexter. Scrubs. Friends. Modern Family. The Office. Family Guy. The Cleveland Show. House. Mad Men. How I Met Your Mother. The Big Bang Theory.

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    bakebreatheandbend:

    tallshipssailing replied to your post: Apparently I took what he said out of context and…

    Maybe he meant girls that try and do ‘lad banter’ and pretend they don’t care about issues that affect women in order to protect themselves? I also know girls who argue against having a women’s officer, claiming it victimises and segregates us.

    But would a girl like that run for WO? And as for whether there should be a WO at all, that is a separate argument.

    I wasn’t saying a girl like that would run, all I was trying to do is point out that you shouldn’t say it should NEVER be a man. I proposed a hypothetical situation in which a girl like that was running against a man, who actually cared about women’s issues. Maybe (being a man) I’m missing something but I would have thought that you’d want the person who cared most about the issues to get the position, not just whoever was female. I’m not saying it would be right for any man to run, and as you pointed out, I don’t think any man who did know anything about women’s issues would run for the role, out of respect. All I was saying that by actually saying that no men can run for the role you are just as guilty of discriminating against someone based on their gender as any sexist man is. Yes, I’m a man, but I believe in equality for everyone, so don’t group me in with other men who are sexist just based on the fact that we are the same gender.

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    cellazar-slytherin:

    Gay rights activists: known universally for their awesome signs

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    cosascool:

    The Ghosts of World War II by Sergey Larenkov

    Taking old World War II photos, Russian photographer Sergey Larenkov carefully photoshops them over more recent shots to make the past come alive. Not only do we get to experience places like Berlin, Prague, and Vienna in ways we could have never imagined, more importantly, we are able to appreciate our shared history in a whole new and unbelievably meaningful way.

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    “The president called me yesterday, and it was pretty cool. The craziest thing was, someone called and asked for me, and they said, ‘Hold please for the president of the United States.’ And I was, like, ‘OK.’ So he just got on and he said everyone is supporting me and behind me at home and how proud everybody is of me.  That was pretty cool. And then he finished by saying, ‘Make sure you tell your mom I said hi’.

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    Patch, the next door dog.  (Taken with Instagram)

    Patch, the next door dog. (Taken with Instagram)

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    Collage.  (Taken with Instagram)

    Collage. (Taken with Instagram)

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    Choosing which comics you want is hard.  (Taken with Instagram)

    Choosing which comics you want is hard. (Taken with Instagram)

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    I miss waking up here.  (Taken with Instagram)

    I miss waking up here. (Taken with Instagram)

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    Antique shop shopping - part 2 (Taken with Instagram)

    Antique shop shopping - part 2 (Taken with Instagram)

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