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ambivalentlyyours:

“You have your way. I have my way. As for the right way, the correct way, and the only way, it does not exist.” ― Friedrich Nietzsche

“There’s no point to a guy yelling, “Hey sexy baby” at me out of the passenger window of a car as it speeds past. Even if I was into creepy misogynists and wanted to give him my number, I couldn’t. The car didn’t even slow down. But that’s okay, because he wasn’t actually hitting on me. The point wasn’t to proposition me or chat me up. The only point was to remind me, and all women, that our bodies are his to stare at, assess, comment on, even touch. “Hey sexy baby” is the first part of a sentence that finishes, “this is your daily message from the patriarchy, reminding you that your body is public property”.”

donaldsterlingsshriveledpenis:

If you think eating healthy is cheap you either live with your parents or have never actually been to a grocery store

(Source: ignorntatheist, via oh-horat-sehun)

atane:

"I have had friends bear witness to white people at a rally for Mike Brown in LA this past Sunday co-opt and erase antiblackness and lead chants of “We are all Mike Brown” when they will never be Mike Brown." via owning-my-truth

That is how white supremacy works. The misdirection and deflection of issues pertaining to Blackness to centralize whiteness is what it does. You don’t even have to be cognizant to what you’re doing to participate. It has been this way for so long, that it’s as natural as breathing. Whiteness must usurp the victim. Many white “allies” can’t just offer solidarity and fight alongside you for justice. They want to pretend that the plight of Black people is theirs as well.

After Trayvon Martin was murdered, white “allies” did the same thing. They chanted “we are all Trayvon Martin”. I know, I saw them at rallies in NYC. It is quite off-putting to witness a white person say that they too are Trayvon Martin. A white mom at the Union Square Trayvon Martin rally with her white son in tow said “I’m afraid for the future. This could be my son too.” Someone told her that her son could never be Trayvon Martin because he is white. She then feigned ignorance and relegated back to the comfort of a colorblind world. She said “I don’t see color, we all bleed red”. Here she was, at the rally of a boy who was followed and murdered because he was Black, and she’s spouting colorblind ideology.

This is a problem with the mentality of many white “allies”. They erase Blackness to generalize issues that directly affect Black people. Anti-Blackness affects Black people and no one else. White people have an aversion to using terms like anti-Blackness and white supremacy in discourse on discrimination and injustice because those are not ambiguous terms open to interpretation. It points directly to the problem and the perpetrators. For comfort, they will hide behind the cloak of a term like “racism” instead. Racism goes both ways in their estimation. They too can be victims of it. Big bad Black meanies are “reverse racists” all the time. One time, a scary Black person called them a “honky”. Armored vehicles are rolling in on Ferguson, but “reverse racism” y’all!

When you say white supremacy, there is no dancing around that. This is why when Black people bring up issues pertaining specifically to Black people and anti-Blackness, it becomes a problem for many whites. Merely addressing the problem is a problem for them. They will accuse you of “playing the race card”. Issues pertaining to Black people must be sanitized and rebranded as “human issues” “class warfare” etc. Intersection does not exist for them. If Black issues are not rebranded, they will be misdirected or deflected. They will say “It happens to everybody” as the streets remain crimson with Black blood.

This mindset doesn’t only manifest itself in tragedy, it manifests itself in anything pertaining to Black people that whiteness wants to consume. It could be the arts. Black arts are communal. It’s for everyone. You can’t even discuss the origins of the art itself without whiteness taking issue. See Black music for instance. Participation in the culture for whiteness is not enough, whiteness must own it.

Whiteness has a parasitic relationship with Blackness. Blackness is their host body. Whiteness will claim ownership over the Black body, even in death. From Sarah Baartman to Henrietta Lacks to Trayvon Martin. They must possess you. If not literally, then figuratively. This is how they too have become Mike Brown.

(via arabellesicardi)

*uses “u” and “you” in the same sentence*

(Source: emaciatinq, via moth-suicides)

Incase people were wondering what I have been spending my money on instead of saving up for a car, I have compiled 3 examples into 1 pic. 1. Onesie pajamas 2. Hot dog phone case 3. Crimper 🎈🎈🎈

Incase people were wondering what I have been spending my money on instead of saving up for a car, I have compiled 3 examples into 1 pic. 1. Onesie pajamas 2. Hot dog phone case 3. Crimper 🎈🎈🎈

i’m looking at all my old posts from when i first made my blog and it’s just a bunch of memes and sexist jokes and me sly digging my ex really badly obviously hoping he’d see it and wanting to dick with ben folds omfg 

If u think tumblr is too politically correct and mean to cis white dudes I guess this just isn’t the site for you

But don’t be sad there’s always reddit

hante:

this is a chihuahua pug mix

hante:

this is a chihuahua pug mix

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arabellesicardi:

I am sure some people think I’m being an asshole about it but I’ve been hearing fucking comparisons to random people because of my hair color for about seven fucking years. Lady Gaga when I had purple hair (when did she have purple hair??!). Katy Perry when I had green hair (never mind she literally followed me instagram for months before she dyed her own hair), now I have red hair I have to hear shit about some random reference. I genuinely do not care. Please stop. It’s not flattering. I’m not flattered. I don’t ask for compliments. I’m happy with myself and don’t want people to tell me their feelings about my existence. I did not ask. Comparing people to other people is basically a micro aggression and I don’t think it’s flattering in pretty much any instance because you’re not seeing the person as themselves, you’re adding a layer for your own reference. It’s rude. 

s t o r y o f m y l i f e omfg you just perfectly explained why i FUCKING HATE WHEN PEOPLE DO THIS TO ME

thesoftghetto:

Protesters upset about the smearing of Mike Brown converged at CNN headquarters.

(via arabellesicardi)

amerikkka’s ritual

shoot and kill/imprison an innocent black person, cover it up with lies, make up stories about how he/she was a thug, get threatened for wanting justice, forget about it a month later, continue to claim the cops are here to “protect” us…
rinse,
lather,
repeat.

Don’t you love those days when you look just as gay as you actually are ✌️✌️✌️

Don’t you love those days when you look just as gay as you actually are ✌️✌️✌️

(Source: edating, via magical-dad)