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In other news, same-sex marriage may be legal in the United States, but in some areas of the country it can still be difficult to even get a fucking CAKE for your wedding if you aren’t marrying according to an arbitrary set of rules beamed down from a spaceship thousands

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In the Taste the Void articles, we looked at various drugs or addictions. Now we are going to look at the sometimes tragic end game some of them lead to. If you have read the other articles, you might know these are not the views or beliefs of CVLT Nation

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Ah, America: the land where conflating violence and freedom are a way of life. In addition to being the home of baseball, junk food, and some damn good music, America holds the distinction for being the only country in the world to have wiped out hundreds of thousands of people

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Text via Sub.Media   Movement Defense Against State & Corporate Surveillance Ours is an age of historically unprecedented state and corporate surveillance. Our society’s growing addiction to social media, smart phones and other forms of digital communication has ushered in a more interconnected society, but one that is almost entirely

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Disseminated via sub.Media Refugees Welcome: Creating Solidarity Across Borders In our current age of resurgent nationalism, anti-migrant xenophobia and increasing border militarization, it can be easy to lose track of the central role that migration has played in shaping the spaces we inhabit. The richness and depth of human history

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Text: Kim Kelly via VICE Last week, during one of Donald Trump’s trademark unruly rallies, he invoked the name of the right wing’s latest bogeyman: antifa, or “an-teee-fah,” to hear the president pronounce it. It’s a term that has been thrown around with increasing frequency these days, though even seasoned journalists

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