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Anonymous asked: It bothers me that some black women idolize the kardashians .


Answer:

blackgirlsrpretty2:

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It bothers me that ANY women idolize the Kardashians

— 6 minutes ago with 39 notes
"Don’t take a nude pic if you’re a famous woman and don’t want it leaked."

mysharona1987:

"Don’t wear a hoodie if you don’t want to be mistaken for a criminal and shot."

"Don’t get drunk at a party if you don’t want to be sexually assaulted."

"Don’t argue with a cop if you don’t want to get killed."

"Don’t walk home by yourself if you don’t want to get raped."

Victim blaming 101: Everyone should live in fear from ever doing anything.

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— 4 hours ago with 85203 notes
"I’m not fine as in fine, but fine as in you don’t have to worry about me."
 Dr. Gregory House (via psych-facts)

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isawdeminaked:

god-damn-demetria:

lovatos-little-skyscraper:

I’m honestly disgusted at this point and I’m leaving the girls username on so we can go block and report her. This is blatant bullying and ignorance. Bringing up her personal life with Wilmer and her addictions? That’s the worst of it. I can’t even with this chick anymore. She deserved to have those words sent to her from demi.

And all of that just because she called out all the ignorant fuckers who talked shit about her little sister. We all know that she’ll flip as soon as people are mean to Maddie and I can’t even blame her.

MAMA IVE MADE IT. *Nae Nae’s all over your blog.*

KAYLA YOU HAVE TO STOP. PLZ. I CANT TAKE THIS ANYMORE. PLZZZ

— 5 hours ago with 33 notes

paramore:

Paramore: Last Hope (LIVE)

Thank you for making this summer so amazing. Enjoy this video of ‘Last Hope’ at the Chicago stop of the MONUMENTOUR!

♡♡♡

— 7 hours ago with 1618 notes
freelgbtqpia:


With the 1981 publication of the groundbreaking anthology, “This Bridge Called My Back: Writings by Radical Women of Color”, Cherrie Moraga and Gloria Anzaldua ushered in an era of Chicana lesbian writing. But while these two writers have achieved iconic status, observers of the Chicana/o experience have been slow to perceive the existence of a whole community - lesbian and straight, male as well as female - who write about the Chicana lesbian experience.
To create a first full map of that community, this book explores a wide range of plays, novels, and short stories by Chicana/o authors that depict lesbian characters or lesbian desire. Catriona Rueda Esquibel starts from the premise that Chicana/o communities, theories, and feminisms cannot be fully understood without taking account of the perspectives and experiences of Chicana lesbians.
To open up these perspectives, she engages in close readings of works centred around the following themes: La Llorona, the Aztec Princess, Sor Juana Ines de la Cruz, girlhood friendships, rural communities and history, and Chicana activism. Her investigation broadens the community of Chicana lesbian writers well beyond Moraga and Anzaldua, while it also demonstrates that the histories of Chicana lesbians have had to be written in works of fiction because these women have been marginalized and excluded in canonical writings on Chicano life and experience.

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freelgbtqpia:

With the 1981 publication of the groundbreaking anthology, “This Bridge Called My Back: Writings by Radical Women of Color”, Cherrie Moraga and Gloria Anzaldua ushered in an era of Chicana lesbian writing. But while these two writers have achieved iconic status, observers of the Chicana/o experience have been slow to perceive the existence of a whole community - lesbian and straight, male as well as female - who write about the Chicana lesbian experience.

To create a first full map of that community, this book explores a wide range of plays, novels, and short stories by Chicana/o authors that depict lesbian characters or lesbian desire. Catriona Rueda Esquibel starts from the premise that Chicana/o communities, theories, and feminisms cannot be fully understood without taking account of the perspectives and experiences of Chicana lesbians.

To open up these perspectives, she engages in close readings of works centred around the following themes: La Llorona, the Aztec Princess, Sor Juana Ines de la Cruz, girlhood friendships, rural communities and history, and Chicana activism. Her investigation broadens the community of Chicana lesbian writers well beyond Moraga and Anzaldua, while it also demonstrates that the histories of Chicana lesbians have had to be written in works of fiction because these women have been marginalized and excluded in canonical writings on Chicano life and experience.

[PDF]

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— 7 hours ago with 44 notes

queeringfeministreality:

dulect:

cannibalsuxx:

ass-ume:

getsby:

koolkidseatgreens:

Well ok Kesha, maybe it’s because you’re an auto tuned peice of shit who shouldn’t be famous, you have no Buisness being in the music industry, it’s not even your music you fuck, someone else wrote it for you to record and them to auto tune yourself. And it’s not at all good . It’s not positive either. So complain some more.

I don’t know if you know this, tumblr user koolkidseatgreens, but Ke$ha is a certified genius. She has an IQ over 140 and an SAT score of 1500. When she was younger she would go to the library and do research for fun. Ke$ha is a both feminist and an advocate for equal marriage/rights for people of any sexuality, being a queer woman herself.

Ke$ha is a smart, professional woman, and just because she sings songs about wanting to let loose and have fun every once in a while doesn’t make her a piece of shit.

Ke$ha’s songs are meant to point out the sexism in our media. She treats men the same way many men in the music industry treat women, and she is hated on for it. Relentlessly. She sings on multiple occasions about taking charge in a sexual relationship, of how she only uses men for their body parts. She sexualizes men to make them uncomfortable. She sexualizes men for a reaction, so that people can both see why women are so uncomfortable with their sexualization and also to point out the inequality between the sexes both in the media and in the world at large.

She is judged so harshly for singing about things that make many men famous.

If you listen to Ke$ha’s deconstructed album you will see that she actually has some talent, which may be hard to hear because she does in fact use a fair amount of autotune. This is because of her genre and because of the kind of music she chooses to create as an artist. Ke$ha may not write her songs, but this doesn’t meant she isn’t a good artist or a good person. This doesn’t mean she deserves your harsh words. Some singers are good at writing, but that’s hardly a requirement. Last time I checked whether or not you can sing has nothing to do with whether or not you’re a poet.

You should not be calling anyone a piece of shit, my friend, especially someone you’ve never sat down and had a conversation (or even taken the time to wonder about her feelings!), but if anyone deserves that kind of language it’s not Ke$ha.

You may think that by shaming women for expressing their sexuality and having fun every once in a while, that you are somehow abolishing sexism. That in weeding out the less ‘deserving’ women you are gaining our sex more respect. This is not the case, and the fact that you and many others feel such a strong need to shame this woman who has done nothing wrong, especially not to you, shows that we still have a very far way to go.

I would reblog this a thousand times over

also Ke$ha was a song writer for britney spears

Reblog for the gifs and for the second comment. Preach.

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— 7 hours ago with 513179 notes

”Fortunately looking at the picture of myself in the red dress yesterday, i not only feel so grateful for the love and support i’ve had from fans, friends and family, but i also feel beautiful. I’m so excited to live my life the way i deserve to and to the complete fullest.” Demi Lovato


Yall recovery is REAL

”Fortunately looking at the picture of myself in the red dress yesterday, i not only feel so grateful for the love and support i’ve had from fans, friends and family, but i also feel beautiful. I’m so excited to live my life the way i deserve to and to the complete fullest.” Demi Lovato

Yall recovery is REAL

(Source: neverbreaks, via queeringfeministreality)

— 7 hours ago with 352 notes
unapologetakallyme:

uknaturals:

Love this!!! @nubianskin does lingerie in NUDE shades for all skin tones!!

THANK YOU! Proper use of Nude… Shades for all skin tones!Nude is not some single tone light beige!… How beautiful is this!

unapologetakallyme:

uknaturals:

Love this!!! @nubianskin does lingerie in NUDE shades for all skin tones!!

THANK YOU! Proper use of Nude… Shades for all skin tones!
Nude is not some single tone light beige!
… How beautiful is this!

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— 7 hours ago with 22574 notes

Kayla ragged Demi and then Demi dm’d her and then Kayla dragged the bitch all over the universe to jupiter and back and Im like noooo Kayla no but the damage is done Demi shouldnt have told her to rot in hell welp

— 17 hours ago

basedgosh:

can we please get some sort of mental health education for parents i cant believe how many are in denial of their child’s condition

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— 20 hours ago with 4492 notes