(Source: plustank)

tastefullyoffensive:

[sarahseeandersen]

tastefullyoffensive:

[sarahseeandersen]

(Source: sarahseeandersen)

the achievement of an identity and the progress of a movement should never come at the expense of another category of people, especially those who are a part of that identity and movement.

— kevin kumashiro (via charke105)

browndruidess:

Miriam Makeba, legendary South African singer & civil rights activist. 

(Source: jointhereformation)

charke105:

thepoliticalfreakshow:

afro-primadonna:

jhenne-bean:

omgthatdress:

I guess Orientalism is coming back.

“Chinese Whispers” will primarily examine how eastward-looking Westerners have understood, misunderstood, and appropriated Chinese culture in an exchange that Bolton likens to a complicated game of telephone (which the British call “Chinese whispers”)
This is a v. bad idea.

Racism is always a bad idea

AMEN, Racism is always bad.

aw fuck.

charke105:

thepoliticalfreakshow:

afro-primadonna:

jhenne-bean:

omgthatdress:

I guess Orientalism is coming back.

“Chinese Whispers” will primarily examine how eastward-looking Westerners have understood, misunderstood, and appropriated Chinese culture in an exchange that Bolton likens to a complicated game of telephone (which the British call “Chinese whispers”)

This is a v. bad idea.

Racism is always a bad idea

AMEN, Racism is always bad.

aw fuck.

(Source: arabellesicardi)

everyframeapainting:

Robin Williams was a genius, but he was also a dedicated craftsman who explored how an actor could express character through movement. Join me in honoring this tiny facet of his work.

For educational purposes only.
You can support the channel at http://patreon.com/everyframeapainting
And you can follow me at http://twitter.com/tonyszhou

I love those mornings when you wake to darkness and no one is asking anything of you. You’re under no pressure to exist. This is something of which I am in constant need.

— C.R. (via awelltraveledwoman)

(Source: peace-dreams-love-always)

youngneversleep:

Our first exhibition, November 14th at Erikson Clock

P A N D R O G E N Y | Experiments in Identity
In a deconstruction of differences to establish a system of unified similarities, PANDROGENY is a series of experiments in identity. A collection of artifacts in the form of film, objects and sculptural performance. 
The exhibition runs through Sunday, November 30th.

Gallery Hours: Sat. 5pm-8pm, Sun. 2pm-6pm and by appointment

Presented by The Goat Farm Arts Center
Full event details here:https://www.facebook.com/events/626253760836629/

Hairy little creature, getting dust everywhere… I’m cat-sitting. She likes lounging in cardboard boxes, and demanding belly scratches. Like every other flower in my mother’s garden, every third East Asian girl I meet or see on television, and, well, my sister, her name is Lily. I swiffer, furiously, to keep up with her.

Hairy little creature, getting dust everywhere… I’m cat-sitting. She likes lounging in cardboard boxes, and demanding belly scratches. Like every other flower in my mother’s garden, every third East Asian girl I meet or see on television, and, well, my sister, her name is Lily. I swiffer, furiously, to keep up with her.

vintage-katie:

"It says ‘in god we trust’ on our money. It says ‘in god we trust’ above the judges bench in a court room. In a court of law, where you have to put your hand on a bible, the christian bible. It’s not my bible. I mean, if I tell the truth it’s because I tell the truth. Not because I put my hand on a book and made a wish. That’s fucking crazy"  (x

(Source: mcaubergine)

Butter fingers, dedicated to my grandmother ↘

laflaneuseblog:

The palms of my hands have always been soft and slippery — no matter how many times I wiped them dry against my t-shirt, they sweated profusely when holding hands with equally sweaty-palmed boys, when attempting to catch a dirty basketball in gym, and when trying to propel myself on the monkey…

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