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broliloquy:

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therainbowgorilla:

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tiredestprincess:

i just remembered people with penises can’t have multiple consecutive orgasms ohhjhhh my g OD HAHAHAHHKDFHAH

Well people with vaginas have periods so I think y’all deserve all the orgasms you want

that’s….really sweet… omfg

This post is also inclusive of transgender people this is the most positive post be seen all week

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This entire post made me smile.

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unexplained-events:

Coming of Age Ritual

The Satere-Mawe Tribe, an indigenous tribe from the Amazon rain forest (Brazil), has a very unique coming of age ritual. To become a man, a boy has to place his hands inside a gloves filled with a swarm of bullet ants. A sting from a bullet ant is ranked number one on the SSPI (Schmidt Sting Pain Index) which categorizes the pain from different hymenopteran stings. The pain has been equated to being shot or being set on fire.

The ants are caught in the jungle and placed, stinger first, in special woven gloves. As the drugs wear off, the ants become enraged and eager to sting. The boy must now place his hands in the gloves for 5-10 minutes and endure hundreds of stings. If he cries, he has to do the ritual over. The day the boy doesn’t shed a single tear, is when he is considered a “real man.”

VIDEO if anyone is interested.

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earthstory:


Wavellite sorbetWhat better for a hot summer’s day than a lovely ball of cooling bluey-green mineral ice cream, whose flavour I shall leave at your discretion. The specimen in the photo displays both common habits of this hydrated aluminium phosphate, spheres and radial sprays (bottom) of needle shaped crystals. Irregular masses can also form, and, very rarely, prismatic crystals.The usual hue is green, though it can also be yellow, brown or white. It’s named after its discoverer, who found it in an English quarry in 1895. Its geological setting is low grade metamorphism of aluminium rich rocks, at low temperatures and pressures and phosphate rocks that have been altered by mineralising fluids. Wavellite is secondary, formed by the hydration of primary minerals during and after metamorphism. It has sometimes been cut into dome shaped cabochons for collectors, and is used as an ornamental rock. It is found in Arkansas, Bolivian Germany and the original quarry in Devon. LozImage credit: Jake Slaglehttp://www.mindat.org/min-4250.htmlhttp://www.gemdat.org/gem-4250.htmlhttp://www.minerals.net/mineral/wavellite.aspxhttp://www.galleries.com/Wavellite

earthstory:

Wavellite sorbet

What better for a hot summer’s day than a lovely ball of cooling bluey-green mineral ice cream, whose flavour I shall leave at your discretion. The specimen in the photo displays both common habits of this hydrated aluminium phosphate, spheres and radial sprays (bottom) of needle shaped crystals. Irregular masses can also form, and, very rarely, prismatic crystals.

The usual hue is green, though it can also be yellow, brown or white. It’s named after its discoverer, who found it in an English quarry in 1895. Its geological setting is low grade metamorphism of aluminium rich rocks, at low temperatures and pressures and phosphate rocks that have been altered by mineralising fluids. Wavellite is secondary, formed by the hydration of primary minerals during and after metamorphism. It has sometimes been cut into dome shaped cabochons for collectors, and is used as an ornamental rock. It is found in Arkansas, Bolivian Germany and the original quarry in Devon. 

Loz

Image credit: Jake Slagle

http://www.mindat.org/
min-4250.html
http://www.gemdat.org/gem-4250.html
http://www.minerals.net/mineral/wavellite.aspx
http://www.galleries.com/Wavellite