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This man is a rapist. His name is Steven James and he is not 30 years old. He is 43 years old, a travel nurse, and a pedophile. Do. Not. Trust. Him.

This looks like OKC so if you use it and love around Raleigh, stay safe!!

(This is actually the tinder application which is a lot easier to hide on than OKC)-Steven James is active within the BDSM community and the adult entertainment industry. He targets young, white, single mothers. (my family were not his first victims) As a travel nurse he bounces from hospital to hospital in the tri-state area and is known to frequent Raleigh, Durham, Winston-Salem, Statesville, and Kernersville.

He raped me for nine months from the day I turned twelve until my family moved out of his condo in winston salem. When I returned to Chapel Hill he continued to make trips to visit my family and abused me while he was here. In March of 2006 I disclosed about my abuse to my art teacher who contacted department of social services and the police. when Winston Salem authorities were made aware of the case they sent social workers to his home to ask him about the allegations. To avoid losing his nursing privileges he fled to Ohio for a few years until things died down.

He is extremely dangerous, armed, and has extensive knowledge of technology (including how to find me should he see this). I am prepared for the backlash associated with this post and its reblogs. I am prepared to deal with the possible shut down of my blog for this post. I am prepared for him to find me. He has taken drastic steps to change his appearance, including what looks like botox and collagen injections. I am wholly positive that I am not mistaken. You do not forget the face of the person who killed what was inside you and you never will.

I know that I will never get justice for what he has done and the subsequent events that followed my disclosure, but I hope that with this post he wont be able to ever hurt someone else.Thank you for all of the support i have received. Thank you for your words, your efforts, your reblogs, your thirst for justice.

Be safe, be aware, be critical.

E. 

Signal boost the hell out of this. This man is very dangerous. You could save a life.

Wowww, He’s all over NC. Stay safe people and be careful.

Oh shit, this is in my area. 

Gross. Hell no. Send this guy to hell.

This is also in my area. Please be safe. Please.

(vía thechocolatebrigade)

Culture Circles

Llevando arte y cultura a los niños de los barrios y zonas populares en Caracas.

Taking art and culture to slum children and popular areas in Caracas.

lahydra:

Interpretación animada (GIF) de una moneda que te alegra en la quincena y te entristece en la bodega. La Hydra, 2014.La realidad es obscena porque no cesa de comer dinero. En su vagina introducimos monedas para comprar un poco de tranquilidad de cara el futuro. Nos cuesta admitir que no hay futuro. La realidad caga dinero, y nosotros acudimos corriendo en busca de migajas. ¿Cuando nos atreveremos a escupirle su propia abyección?.Dinero Gratis.

En Venezuela ni los billetes ni la vida valen.

lahydra:

Interpretación animada (GIF) de una moneda que te alegra en la quincena y te entristece en la bodega. La Hydra, 2014.

La realidad es obscena porque no cesa de comer dinero. En su vagina introducimos monedas para comprar un poco de tranquilidad de cara el futuro. Nos cuesta admitir que no hay futuro. La realidad caga dinero, y nosotros acudimos corriendo en busca de migajas. ¿Cuando nos atreveremos a escupirle su propia abyección?.

Dinero Gratis.

En Venezuela ni los billetes ni la vida valen.

(vía chiguire)

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Oleg Oprisco's fantastical and imaginative conceptual photography. 

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Mariana Vincenti

Venezuela, Febrero 2014.

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Cards by Yelena Bryksenkova

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Hello guys. I need your help. This is not about fandom, this is about my country.

toratoratoramikey:

I’m from Venezuela and we are going through a very difficult moment.

Yesterday, students, members of the civil life and citizens did a massive protest against the insecurity, social and economics difficulties that are experienced by every Venezuelan, every day.

During the protest, they were…

Tumblr community,

Venezuela is living difficult days. On wednesday a group of people went out to the streets to protest against insecurity, the high prices of basically everything and the blackout of the media but, most importantly, to ask the government to set free a group of students that had been arrested at Táchira State only for being protesting against the regime.

The protest ended peacefully but a few moments after most of the students and civilian had abandonned the area, armed forces (police forces as well as criminal forces) attacked the ones remaining in the area with guns. Three were shot dead that day. 

Our country is one of the most dangerous countries of the world. In a single weekend, even 70 people can die of violent causes (we are not at war, those numbers are shameful). The government does nothing. But when people die because they’re exercising a constitutional right and the bullets are coming from who we are demanding answers, the government, death becomes even more daunting.

We no longer know who is a criminal and who is a friend. We feel fear of the thieves (who are now usually murderers too) and of the police. Most of the country feels this way.

The protests didn’t end on thursday, but this video only shows what happened that day and only in Caracas. Today, friday 14th, while most of the world celebrated Valentine’s Day, the student movement was still on the streets asking for those missing after being unjustly imprisoned (throwing stones and bottles at armed man that threaten your life with bullets doesn’t sound very harmful to me. I do not justify any type of violence, but I’m not blind, the differences are more than clear) on wednesday all over the country. Tonight, the protest was ambushed and repressed by the National Guard. 

The president of the country, the dictator Nicolás Maduro, has promoted a manifestation for the so called “peace” he claims to be aiming. He invited only his followers and insists to call his opponents “fascists” when it is his government, his regime, the one annuling half the country.

I ask of you only to acknowledge our situation and, if possible, to share it so that Venezuela can be heard. We’re being left alone and, within our coordinates, blinded and silenced (TV channels no longer inform us and this thursday 12th, the acces to images on twitter was limited). Help us have a voice outside our walls today. We will continue with peaceful protests and demands, we will continue informing the world of the situation, we will continue fighting for a better Venezuela, we will continue.

VMQ, venezuelan student.

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