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briggsycakes:

Remember when I’d say I’d thank you tumblr folk for getting my Facebook page to 500 likes? Well, here you go. You get the first crack (pun entirely intended) at my exclusive Easter product: Naughty Eggs.
This Baking Bandit has a love-hate relationship with holidays and she always has a funny way of showing it. This time, she expresses her complicated feelings by painting a beautiful assortment of speckled orange spice cookies and writing the most awful messages imaginable on them. Choose the amount of sass you want on them and be prepared to see Easter in a whole new way.
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briggsycakes:

Remember when I’d say I’d thank you tumblr folk for getting my Facebook page to 500 likes? Well, here you go. You get the first crack (pun entirely intended) at my exclusive Easter product: Naughty Eggs.
This Baking Bandit has a love-hate relationship with holidays and she always has a funny way of showing it. This time, she expresses her complicated feelings by painting a beautiful assortment of speckled orange spice cookies and writing the most awful messages imaginable on them. Choose the amount of sass you want on them and be prepared to see Easter in a whole new way.
Available here.
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briggsycakes:

Remember when I’d say I’d thank you tumblr folk for getting my Facebook page to 500 likes? Well, here you go. You get the first crack (pun entirely intended) at my exclusive Easter product: Naughty Eggs.
This Baking Bandit has a love-hate relationship with holidays and she always has a funny way of showing it. This time, she expresses her complicated feelings by painting a beautiful assortment of speckled orange spice cookies and writing the most awful messages imaginable on them. Choose the amount of sass you want on them and be prepared to see Easter in a whole new way.
Available here.
Zoom Info

briggsycakes:

Remember when I’d say I’d thank you tumblr folk for getting my Facebook page to 500 likes? Well, here you go. You get the first crack (pun entirely intended) at my exclusive Easter product: Naughty Eggs.

This Baking Bandit has a love-hate relationship with holidays and she always has a funny way of showing it. This time, she expresses her complicated feelings by painting a beautiful assortment of speckled orange spice cookies and writing the most awful messages imaginable on them. Choose the amount of sass you want on them and be prepared to see Easter in a whole new way.

Available here.

Statistics reported on by Dr. Gary Gates of the Williams Institute, among many others, show that, compared with the larger population, bisexuals are disproportionately women and people of color. It’s pretty clear that these groups are less likely to have access to privilege in the first place and are more likely to be engaged in feminist, civil rights and social justice causes.

Amy Andre in Heterosexual Privilege and Bisexual Hearts (via bialogue-group)

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