My history professor told me there are 300 shades of African skin, I believe him.
A fucking pic that doesn’t fetishize albinos!!!! I never thought I’d live to see the day tbh.
holy shit that is an amazing visual
Omg what I thought those people were painted
Holy cow is that their real skin human diversity is amazing
Wow what an awesome photo.
That first comment
boy I do wonder who of these people will turn out to be plot relevant
GOOD MORNING STARSHINE THE SUN SAYS HELLO
I STARED INTO THE VOID
AND THE VOID FUCKING ATE MY FACE OFF
MOON MOON ARE YOU FUCKING OKAY
Preach that shit, baby.Yes.
Well *polishes specs and puts on lab coat*
The reason why we don’t test on prisoners, no matter how heinous their crimes may have been has to do with several things. First, prisoners are considered a “vulnerable population” according to the Protection of Human Subjects in Research criteria established by the international medical and research community. Moreover, not everyone in prison is actually guilty of the crimes for which they’ve been convicted. Add to that the U.S.’s nasty history with violating the protections of human subjects who are NOT in prison (Tuskeegee anyone?) and its easy to see why we, as medical professionals and laboratory professionals do not want to do that.