what is counter-culture? counter-culture is a think tank and aggregate effort to promote dissenting and/or deviating thought. it is a medium to examine varying perspectives and issues within culture, art, aesthetics, history, philosophy, politics, economics, psychology, and environment. this is an interminable struggle against the forces of ignorance, disillusionment, exploitation, misrepresentation, and propaganda. take whatever parcels knowledge, wisdom, and compassion you can derive, and go forth sharing it with all others; to oblivion, and beyond.

-born in the Bay Area, California,
-living in Edinburgh, Scotland.

"it is easier and less costly to change the way people think about reality than it is to change reality" -Morris Wolfe

"The only way to deal with an unfree world is to become so absolutely free that your very existence is an act of rebellion" -Albert Camus


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Most likely the best, comprehensive argument for Marriage equality I’ve Ever Heard.

NYS Senator Diane Savino speaks on the Marriage Equality bill (by NYSenate)

This is actually from the last time they debated a gay marriage bill (2009?) but it’s worth watching again.

I’m her friend on facebook (even though I am a lowly Mississippian and will never be able to vote for her). She’s AWESOME.

Amazing speech.

 Reblogging to watch later.

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Unlearn Your Socialization: Why anyone shops at places like Urban Outfitters is beyond me.



Why anyone shops at places like Urban Outfitters is beyond me… the CEO is a right wing Republican who financially supports anti gay marriage legislation, the company is notorious for trolling art fairs and blatantly ripping off small business artisans and vendors, and its not like their…

It’s like wal-mart for fast-fashion! Everything’s poor quality and made in China.

Consider this: Hayne is a notably right-wing Republican who supports senators who vote for legislation against gay marriage. In fact, last May the British Website wrote, “Hayne must be the only retailer whose expansion plans depend on no one finding out who he really is.” Interesting where your money goes, isn’t it? When a right-wing Republican is the one concocting your anti-Establishment image, you start to wonder if the entire hipster movement has been duped into becoming puppets of Hayne’s billionaire income. Because if we’re all suckers, that just sucks.


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"I grew up in South Carolina. I think growing up down there has made me always kind of fascinated by red state thinking. Like, I don’t have a problem with gay marriage, but I love reading arguments against gay marriage. I find them really fascinating. This is my favorite one of all time, it’s from this guy named Senator John Cornyn, from Texas. This is his argument against gay marriage, I’m not making this up. He goes, ‘Now, if your neighbor marries a box turtle, that doesn’t affect your everyday life. But that doesn’t mean it’s right.’ What? What an interesting nugget of wisdom that is. Now, I myself was not a psychology major, but I think it’s pretty safe to assume at one point or another, Senator John Cornyn’s thought about makin’ love to a box turtle. ‘Cause, uh, I’m sorry, but that’s not the first animal you jump to when you’re writing that analogy."

Aziz Ansari, genius.


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