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projectunbreakable:

The poster reads:
"C’mon…nobody has to know…"
-at 5am in a dorm bathroom on my sixth night in college
Well guess what? Now the University knows too.
An Update: In the time since this photo was taken, my university held a disciplinary hearing on my behalf. The offender is facing expulsion. I wanted to let everyone know that many universities care!
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Photographed in Providence, RI on October 2nd.
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projectunbreakable:

The poster reads:

"C’mon…nobody has to know…"

-at 5am in a dorm bathroom on my sixth night in college

Well guess what? Now the University knows too.

An Update: In the time since this photo was taken, my university held a disciplinary hearing on my behalf. The offender is facing expulsion. I wanted to let everyone know that many universities care!

Photographed in Providence, RI on October 2nd.

Click here to learn more about Project Unbreakable. (trigger warning)

FacebookTwittersubmissionsFAQdonate to Project Unbreakable

Join our mailing list! Email kaelyn@project-unbreakable.org 

wired:

It’s easy to assume reality TV is the place where bad TV went to hide when the rest of TV got a lot better. Like that old Wild West town where criminals congregate, reality TV is often perceived as the last, “vast wasteland”: uncouth, desperate, lawless.
But while some shows seem irredeemably bad (Here Comes Honey Boo Boo, anyone?), others offer an indication of good things to come. In fact, by turning all of us into virtual anthropologists, reality TV may lead to the improvement – dare I say it – of Western civilization. Reality TV may even be the next stage in the evolution of television.
Read more @ Wired Opinion.

wired:

It’s easy to assume reality TV is the place where bad TV went to hide when the rest of TV got a lot better. Like that old Wild West town where criminals congregate, reality TV is often perceived as the last, “vast wasteland”: uncouth, desperate, lawless.

But while some shows seem irredeemably bad (Here Comes Honey Boo Boo, anyone?), others offer an indication of good things to come. In fact, by turning all of us into virtual anthropologists, reality TV may lead to the improvement – dare I say it – of Western civilization. Reality TV may even be the next stage in the evolution of television.

Read more @ Wired Opinion.

superawesomeshop:

Michael Carini, on Tumblr