femmeanddangerous:

I wanna kiss cute femmes

(via nepantlanotions)

hipsandheartbreak:

trellodelagetto:

SZA.

sza is so cute. idk why she always reminds me of loonette from big comfy couch. i think it’s the big hair and freckles 

aminaabramovic:

Bell Hooks talked about people like pharrell in the night vision Q&A I remember she spoke about the rise of the liberal individualism climbing so high up the status quo that they separate themselves and believe they transcend their blackness and their individual success is a testament to race not being a factor anymore

(via aloepussy)

12 Ridiculously Bad Hip Hop Songs We All Secretly Love

lil-chingona:

thebigblackwolfe:

talesofthestarshipregeneration:

thefemaletyrant:

thekufismacker:

rs620:

Here are 12 of the worst hip hop songs we all secretly love.

i don’t understand how some of these songs are “ridiculously bad”…

this is some white nonsense. in what world is any juvenile song ridiculously bad? especially slow motion. i am personally offended.

this is some white nonsense

white people need to shut the fuck up about black art forms forever and ever amen. 

why he look like stevie j after some skin bleaching

Maan these are all great songs

Wtf? These songs were everything!!

Gabriel García Márquez Dies

authorsofcolor:

A Latin-American legend is taken from us today!

(via bio-mechanic)

realniggaannouncements:

I had a dream last night that Jesus finally resurrected and when white people found out he wasn’t white they arrested him for 2000 something years of tax evasion  

(via beam-meh-up-scotty)

After high school you realize you were only friends with some people because you saw them five times a week. - (via rumour)

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selchieproductions:

Kalli Edmo, designer, boxer and Miss Shoshone-Bannock 2010.
i bring you, red nails @ 2am

Every now and then that post comes back to make me feel hungry again

nihaojasmine:

emorenita:

all i need in this life of sin is arroz y frijoles

Frijoles con queso*

Sounds good right about now

Sometimes in black communities we forget that black girls are girls, not little women. My friend then shared with me her own story of being sexually abused and ending up pregnant and in need of an abortion at age 12 because her family members irresponsibly left her with a male family friend. The first time a 12-year-old black girl ever told me she had been raped, I, too, was 12 and she was a friend. The second time, I was a 22-year-old teacher, and the 12-year-old was my student.

I realize now, having heard a version of this story, yet again, that as gut-wrenching as these stories are, among black girls they are not uncommon; they are not even remarkable. So many of the highly educated black women you see went to hell and back before reaching the age of 18. Education has become our drug of choice.

[…]For black girls, educational achievement is not always the best indicator of a stable, happy home life. For me, education offered a goal and reward structure that was predictable and that I could control, simply by doing what was asked of me. In the midst of so many things I could not control, school was attractive. I imagine that for many black girls the narrative is similar. - Brittney Cooper, "A black girl’s constant fear: Why I thought I’d never live to see 33" (via wocinsolidarity)

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