I'm weird, Do you want to be my friend?

It's like sex on toast mon ami

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damsellover:

Gloria Pall  with a vintage console TV, 1950s.

Gloria Pall (1927-2012) was an American model, showgirl, film and television actress, author and businesswoman. In 1947 she won a beauty contest that opened the door to work as a model. Pall got her first acting job on television in 1951.
In late 1954 and early 1955, she developed a television show called “Voluptua" for KABC-TV that caused a furor for what was then seen as obscenity. In a 2011 radio interview with author and broadcaster R. H. Greene, Pall reminisced about the Voluptua program, explaining the show’s format, re-enacting character dialogue, and explaining how Christian and PTA groups labelled the character “Corruptua” and pressured KABC to take her off the air.
Cancelled after seven weeks, Voluptua got Pall feature stories in Life and Playboy magazines.
She went on to a successful career as an actress for ten years, primarily in secondary and minor roles. (Wikipedia)

broadcastarchive-umd:

damsellover:

Gloria Pall  with a vintage console TV, 1950s.

Gloria Pall (1927-2012) was an American model, showgirl, film and television actress, author and businesswoman. In 1947 she won a beauty contest that opened the door to work as a model. Pall got her first acting job on television in 1951.

In late 1954 and early 1955, she developed a television show called “Voluptua" for KABC-TV that caused a furor for what was then seen as obscenity. In a 2011 radio interview with author and broadcaster R. H. Greene, Pall reminisced about the Voluptua program, explaining the show’s format, re-enacting character dialogue, and explaining how Christian and PTA groups labelled the character “Corruptua” and pressured KABC to take her off the air.

Cancelled after seven weeks, Voluptua got Pall feature stories in Life and Playboy magazines.

She went on to a successful career as an actress for ten years, primarily in secondary and minor roles. (Wikipedia)

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socialjusticekoolaid:

Last Night in Ferguson (9.28-9.29): Last night’s protest was one of the in Ferguson this month, proving once again that the residents of Ferguson/STL County are some of the most resilient and inspiring in all the land. The police were literally holding peaceful protesters hostage late into the night (folks who were complying with all police requests) so they could negotiate with the remaining folks to leave, but the protesters didn’t back down. Eventually all arrestees were released, and many plan to be back out there tonight.

Injustice in Ferguson continues, but despite it, community now thrives too. This is still happening. Are you still paying attention? #staywoke #farfromover

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bansheeandahunter:

False rape accusations are an anomaly.

True rape accusations are a norm.

You’re, quite literally, more likely to be killed by a comet than falsely accused of rape.

Re-blog now, read later.

"Because 1 in 33 men will be raped in his lifetime, men are 82,000x more likely to be raped than falsely accused of rape. It seems many of us would do well to pay more attention to how rape culture affects us all than be paranoid about false accusers.”

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