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kenya: Need to get to Kenya ASAP!
kenya: Need to get to Kenya ASAP!

Need to get to Kenya ASAP!

kenya: Erin Biba Following @erinbiba National Geographic called me and asked me to write the feminist facts about how The Lion King gets lion pride dynamics all wrong. I happily complied. Lions are matrilineal!! In real life, Simba's mom would be running the pride A lion expert breaks down lion family dynamics. nationalgeographic.com 10:31 AM - 8 Jul 2019 Erin Biba@erinbiba 8h When I contacted Craig Packer, one of the world's leading lion researchers, to talk about this story he was IMMEDIATELY AVAILABLE. He Skyped me almost instantly from a camp in Kenya and said he's been waiting for someone to ask him this question since the original film came out. t 186 1.5K Erin Biba@erinbiba 8h Anyway, if The Lion King were real, Nala would be the star, Sarabi would be holding her up saying everything the light touches is our kingdom, Simba would have left and never come back, and when Nala got old enough Sarabi would have carved out a territory for her to rule. elodieunderglass: profeminist: profeminist: “National Geographic called me and asked me to write the feminist facts about how The Lion King gets lion pride dynamics all wrong. I happily complied. Lions are matrilineal!!  When I contacted Craig Packer, one of the world’s leading lion researchers, to talk  about this story he was IMMEDIATELY AVAILABLE. He Skyped me almost instantly from a camp in Kenya and said he’s been waiting for someone to ask him this question since the original film came out. Anyway, if The Lion King were real, Nala would be the star, Sarabi would be holding her up saying everything the light touches is our kingdom, Simba would have left and never come back, and when Nala got old enough Sarabi would have carved out a territory for her to rule.” - Erin Biba‏  In real life, Simba’s mom would be running the pride UPDATE: “Reasons men gave for lecturing me on lion pride social structure and telling me one of the world’s leading lion researchers is wrong (I am not kidding these are real): -Watched The Lion King DVD extras -Read a textbook 25 years ago -Has been to the zoo -Everyone just knows If you ever wondered what it’s like to be a woman that communicates science, this is what it’s like. Any expertise you or your sources may have gained over decades of hard work are null and void because someone watched a DVD extra 25 years ago.” -  Erin Biba  Hey that last one is a Mood
kenya: Erin Biba
 Following
 @erinbiba
 National Geographic called me and
 asked me to write the feminist facts
 about how The Lion King gets lion pride
 dynamics all wrong. I happily complied.
 Lions are matrilineal!!
 In real life, Simba's mom would be running the pride
 A lion expert breaks down lion family dynamics.
 nationalgeographic.com
 10:31 AM - 8 Jul 2019

 Erin Biba@erinbiba 8h
 When I contacted Craig Packer, one of the world's leading lion researchers, to
 talk about this story he was IMMEDIATELY AVAILABLE. He Skyped me almost
 instantly from a camp in Kenya and said he's been waiting for someone to ask
 him this question since the original film came out.
 t 186
 1.5K
 Erin Biba@erinbiba 8h
 Anyway, if The Lion King were real, Nala would be the star, Sarabi would be
 holding her up saying everything the light touches is our kingdom, Simba would
 have left and never come back, and when Nala got old enough Sarabi would
 have carved out a territory for her to rule.
elodieunderglass:
profeminist:

profeminist:



“National Geographic called me and asked me to write the feminist facts about how The Lion King gets lion pride dynamics all wrong. I happily complied. Lions are matrilineal!! 
When I contacted Craig Packer, one of the world’s leading lion researchers, to talk  about this story he was IMMEDIATELY AVAILABLE. He Skyped me almost instantly from a camp in Kenya and said he’s been waiting for someone to ask him this question since the original film came out.
Anyway, if The Lion King were real, Nala would be the star, Sarabi would be holding her up saying everything the light touches is our kingdom, Simba would have left and never come back, and when Nala got old enough Sarabi would have carved out a territory for her to rule.”


- Erin Biba‏ 


In real life, Simba’s mom would be running the pride



UPDATE:


“Reasons men gave for lecturing me on lion pride social structure and telling me one of the world’s leading lion researchers is wrong (I am not kidding these are real):

-Watched The Lion King DVD extras
-Read a textbook 25 years ago
-Has been to the zoo
-Everyone just knows




If you ever wondered what it’s like to be a woman that communicates science, this is what it’s like. Any expertise you or your sources may have gained over decades of hard work are null and void because someone watched a DVD extra 25 years ago.”
-  Erin Biba 


Hey that last one is a Mood

elodieunderglass: profeminist: profeminist: “National Geographic called me and asked me to write the feminist facts about how The Lio...

kenya: -, frankie@shootinglovemp3.1d Audrey Hepburn starved bc Nazis cut off food supplies and as a teen she aided the resistance to fight Nazis. She would be sickened by you. MC @_Lord_MC, The beautiful Audrey Hepburn. Our white ladies are stunning and the worlds most beautiful women. Leftists "triggered" witchaj: cumbler-tumbler: belleandwhistle: nibsthefitmermaid: antiracistfeministanarchy: neveria: kiwianaroha: She took up acting because the malnutrition she suffered under the nazis permanently damaged her health and prevented her from pursuing her dream to be a ballerina. During the war, she danced to raise money for the resistance - even though she was literally starving, she used what strength she had to make sure more nazis got shot.  She and her mom also denounced their royal heritage because of the Nazis in their family Also Audrey was a humanitarian until her death, though ill with cancer, she continued her work for UNICEF, travelling to Somalia, Kenya, the United Kingdom, Switzerland, France and the United States. These are things I literally never would have known about. I’m tired of women being painted as just being pretty. I’M SO HAPPY TO SEE HER AT AN OLDER AGE I SWEAR! Here’s another nice one. For the longest time I assumed she had died really young because I never saw any pictures of her at an older age. She was an amazing woman. I’m glad this turned from gross embarrassing neo-Nazis into a wholesome direction.
kenya: -,
 frankie@shootinglovemp3.1d
 Audrey Hepburn starved bc Nazis cut off
 food supplies and as a teen she aided
 the resistance to fight Nazis. She would
 be sickened by you.
 MC @_Lord_MC,
 The beautiful Audrey Hepburn. Our
 white ladies are stunning and the
 worlds most beautiful women.
 Leftists "triggered"
witchaj:
cumbler-tumbler:

belleandwhistle:

nibsthefitmermaid:

antiracistfeministanarchy:

neveria:

kiwianaroha:
She took up acting because the malnutrition she suffered under the nazis permanently damaged her health and prevented her from pursuing her dream to be a ballerina. During the war, she danced to raise money for the resistance - even though she was literally starving, she used what strength she had to make sure more nazis got shot. 
She and her mom also denounced their royal heritage because of the Nazis in their family

Also Audrey was a humanitarian until her death, though ill with cancer, she continued her work for UNICEF, travelling to Somalia, Kenya, the United Kingdom, Switzerland, France and the United States.

These are things I literally never would have known about. I’m tired of women being painted as just being pretty.

I’M SO HAPPY TO SEE HER AT AN OLDER AGE I SWEAR!

Here’s another nice one.


For the longest time I assumed she had died really young because I never saw any pictures of her at an older age.  She was an amazing woman. 


I’m glad this turned from gross embarrassing neo-Nazis into a wholesome direction.

witchaj: cumbler-tumbler: belleandwhistle: nibsthefitmermaid: antiracistfeministanarchy: neveria: kiwianaroha: She took up acting be...

kenya: To you, my Father, why do you hate girls? systlin: appropriately-inappropriate: kittiesatemypronouns: r1vk4: ‘To you, my Father, who do you hate girls? With the same hatred you hate our Mothers…’ In the village of Umoja in Kenya, men are not welcome. In fact, they are banned. In Swahili, one of Kenya’s official languages, Umoja means unity. It is a safe and inspirational refuge for 50 women and 200 children. Umoja was founded in 1990 by female survivors of rape and sexual violence. It has also become a haven for women fleeing sexual and domestic violence, and welcomes people fleeing female genital mutilation, child marriage, and more. ‘I wouldnt wish any Maasai girl to go through what I went through.’ The local Samburu culture is patriarchal where historically women are seen as property. Beading is culturally significant and the women are able to support themselves by selling crafts. Protected by a wall of thorns, the village is self-sufficient and the women run their own lives. Despite resistance from local male-run tribal groups, the village continues to grow. Life is frugal, but the women own the land the village is on and proudly call Umoja their home. A beacon of light for women, Umoja has inspired other women-only villages in Kenya.  - Umoja: The Town Where Men Are Banned They are making and selling jewelry online now! ☺☺ https://umojajewellery.com/ Oh fuck I want the jewelry. That’s gonna be gifted to everyone come holiday season. Welp time to buy some jewelry
kenya: To you, my Father, why do you hate girls?
systlin:
appropriately-inappropriate:

kittiesatemypronouns:


r1vk4:

‘To you, my Father, who do you hate girls? With the same hatred you hate our Mothers…’
In the village of Umoja in Kenya, men are not welcome. In fact, they are banned. In Swahili, one of Kenya’s official languages, Umoja means unity. It is a safe and inspirational refuge for 50 women and 200 children. Umoja was founded in 1990 by female survivors of rape and sexual violence. It has also become a haven for women fleeing sexual and domestic violence, and welcomes people fleeing female genital mutilation, child marriage, and more.
‘I wouldnt wish any Maasai girl to go through what I went through.’
The local Samburu culture is patriarchal where historically women are seen as property. Beading is culturally significant and the women are able to support themselves by selling crafts. Protected by a wall of thorns, the village is self-sufficient and the women run their own lives. Despite resistance from local male-run tribal groups, the village continues to grow. Life is frugal, but the women own the land the village is on and proudly call Umoja their home. A beacon of light for women, Umoja has inspired other women-only villages in Kenya. 
- Umoja: The Town Where Men Are Banned


They are making and selling jewelry online now! ☺☺
https://umojajewellery.com/


Oh fuck I want the jewelry. That’s gonna be gifted to everyone come holiday season. 

Welp time to buy some jewelry

systlin: appropriately-inappropriate: kittiesatemypronouns: r1vk4: ‘To you, my Father, who do you hate girls? With the same hatred yo...

kenya: This teacher from a remote village in Kenya has been crowned the best educator in the world via /r/wholesomememes https://ift.tt/2TJDvz5
kenya: This teacher from a remote village in Kenya has been crowned the best educator in the world via /r/wholesomememes https://ift.tt/2TJDvz5

This teacher from a remote village in Kenya has been crowned the best educator in the world via /r/wholesomememes https://ift.tt/2TJDvz5

kenya: This teacher from a remote village in Kenya has been crowned the best educator in the world
kenya: This teacher from a remote village in Kenya has been crowned the best educator in the world

This teacher from a remote village in Kenya has been crowned the best educator in the world