quiescense:

koli-chan:

bashdoard:

wetookthe405:

WHAT KIND OF AD IS THIS

A REALLY EFFECTIVE ONE SAVE THE FROGS

SAVE THE GODDAMN FROGS

SAVE THE FROGS HOLY SHIT SAVE THE FROGS


Save the mother loving frogs!!!

quiescense:

koli-chan:

bashdoard:

wetookthe405:

WHAT KIND OF AD IS THIS

A REALLY EFFECTIVE ONE SAVE THE FROGS

SAVE THE GODDAMN FROGS

SAVE THE FROGS HOLY SHIT SAVE THE FROGS

Save the mother loving frogs!!!

(Source: haus-of-ill-repute, via onewithmanynames)

lil-chingona:

yungtapatio:

ladysweetie:

canadasquareee:

fymexicanfood:

Una quesadillita nomás.

Omg

Fuuuuuuuuck

Dangggg

STAAAAAAWP

(via loveartlust)

"It is reported that Maya Angelou has likened racial microaggressions or petty humiliations to “small murders,” in contrast to the blatant forms of oppressions called “grand executions,” in which the lethal nature of biased acts is obvious (Greene, 2000). Microaggressions have the lifelong insidious effects of silencing, invalidating, and humiliating the identity and/or voices of those who are oppressed. Although their lethality is less obvious, they nevertheless grind down and wear out the victims.

Studies reveal that a lifetime of microaggressions takes a major toll on the psychological functioning of marginalized groups in our society (Constantine & Sue, 2007; Crocker & Major, 1989; Herek, Gillis, & Cogan, 2009; Lyness & Thompson, 2000; National Academies, 2006; Pierce, 1978, 1988, 1995; Salvatore & Shelton, 2007; Solórzano et al., 2000; Steele, Spencer, & Aronson, 2002; Symanski, 2009). When speaking about the Black experience, for example, microaggressions have been described as “offensive mechanisms used against blacks”; they are “often innocuous,” but the “cumulative weight of their never-ending burden” may result in “diminished mortality, augmented morbidity, and flattened confidence” (Pierce, Carew, Pierce-Gonzalez, & Willis, 1978)."

— Derald Wing Sue, Microaggressions in Everyday Life (via wretchedoftheearth)

(via blackfeminism)

feferi-captor:

get out your VCR’s it’s time to watch The Prince of Egypt. or you can watch it here.

please don’t watch exodus: gods and kings because it’s icky and racist. you deserve better. you deserve the prince of egypt.

(via taralys)

plungrych said: "How many million times she had seen her face, and always with the same imperceptible contraction! She pursed her lips when she looked in the glass. It was to give her face point. That was herself – pointed; dart-like; definite. That was herself when some effort, some call on her to be herself, drew the parts together" --Virginia Woolf on #duckface!

kellysue:

I love you for this. 

bluedogeyes:

Bollywood Steampunk : Salkcity by MakeupSiren

This lovely lady name is Sunahala Registana and she is my new steampunk original character. I love the way it came out. I been planning to this style for a very long time and am happy it now a reality. The Jewelry is 100% created by me.

Cosplayer deviantart / facebook / twitter

Photographer: Andrew Williams

Nice

rukayyayaya:

Nothing more needs to be said.

rukayyayaya:

Nothing more needs to be said.

(via flyestfemales)

About Frozen

gailsimone:

Okay, I have had a couple thoughts about this movie boiling up for a while…they are observations, things I saw and experienced, more than actual theories of my own, so please bear with me.

The interesting thing about Frozen is how polarizing it is. People seem to mostly either adore it, or they absolutely hate it with a scorn that seems to go beyond the film’s faults.

I saw it, and I enjoyed it, but I did feel it had some story problems, and many other issues have been raised that make some sense to me, as well. My opinion of the film isn’t the issue.

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afro-dominicano:

craftyanne6:


leafwhirlwind:

Very important

And this is the importance of representation, especially for young children.


:’) look at all the cute black bbys celebrating though like is this not worth the changes?

afro-dominicano:

craftyanne6:

leafwhirlwind:

Very important

And this is the importance of representation, especially for young children.

:’) look at all the cute black bbys celebrating though like is this not worth the changes?

(Source: bythepowercosmic, via turtlelady17)

flyestfemales:

flyestfemales  // insta: @omarsamira

I want her. There. NOW.

flyestfemales:

flyestfemales  // insta: @omarsamira

I want her. There. NOW.

(Source: oriental-sunrise)