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1. Your skin may never be perfect, and that’s okay.

2. Life is too short not to have the underwear, the coffee, and the haircut you want.

3. Everyone (including your family, your coworkers, and your best friend) will talk about you behind your back, and you’ll talk about them too. It doesn’t mean you don’t love each other.

4. It’s okay to spend money on things that make you happy.

5. Sometimes without fault or reason, relationships deteriorate. It will happen when you’re six, it will happen when you’re sixty. That’s life.

---Five things I am trying very hard to accept (via aumoe)
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Indigenous Canadians stand up to Ellen DeGeneres using #sealfies, fight for their right hunt seals

"We do not hunt seals, or any animal for that matter, for fashion," Killaq Enuaraq-Strauss, 17, says. "We hunt to survive. If Canada were to ban the seal hunt, so many families would suffer, would face harsher forms of malnutrition, and wouldn’t be able to afford proper clothing for the Arctic environment we live in. Even more so, another part of our culture would have been killed."

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Nothing makes me quite as angry as wealthy people in major cities trying to make completely uninformed, harmful, disrespectful interjections into northern Canadian culture and infrastructure.

destroy these people. if you’re celebrating vicious hunts like this with this sort of thing you’re not just hunting for survival and your culture deserves to be destroyed. 

Well somebody didn’t click the link. Government seal hunting (including the pup killing I’m sure you’re thinking of by your use of vicious hunts) is not Inuit doing, or Inuit endorsed. These people DO hunt to survive, they hunt adult animals for food and clothing. The kind of clothing you need when you live that far up north, nothing compares to animal furs in that respect and it would actually be downright wasteful to kill a seal to eat then not use it’s fur too. The numbers they take are also sustainable, the numbers government take, less so. Then after the act, there is nothing wrong with taking pride in the clothing you make out of it. You still had to make it after all.

They’re not celebrating any vicious hunts, they’re trying to defend their right to survive the best way they can in a harsh environment, when people who know nothing about what they do and why are trying to stop them.

"Your culture deserves to be destroyed" get a load of this dumbass racist piece of shit. Gee I wonder why the Inuit don’t take your fucking hippy animal rights bullshit seriously.

Love it! So fucking sick of the “but they kill baby seals! Oh Noes!” whinging. Lets not talk about adaptive diet issues, shipped in food/clothing costs to the Arctic, cultural retention rates, accessible health care, or any of the hundred other issues being faced by the these people who live somewhere that even most Canadians would perish right quick in. Nope, on top of everything else, they have to be judged by fucking Ellen and these PETA level fucktards? Screw it, lets just dump them all on Baffin Island in their little designer ski jackets, polyester hat and gloves, and their oh so trendy fashion boots. The polar bears need the food.

Reblogging again for the spot-on commentary from my fellow Canadians. 

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"Hold your light ‘cause you are beautiful."

- Jade by X Japan

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@white ppl : yall need to stop making the “japan was really terrible to other e asian countries so white ppl aren’t as bad” excuse

1) we are aware Japan was/is terrible to other e asian countries believe it or not
2)white supremacy is completely global and dominant
3) stay in your lane
4) stop

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