blackherstory:

Nice.

dubelyoo:

DUBELYOO IN THE HOUSE

8FT X 8FT

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@7 months ago with 92 notes

theadultswimpage:

computerheroboy:

Adult Swim making an unholy amount of sense.

Great message.

            - [adult swim] fan

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@7 months ago with 330361 notes
dopest-ethiopian:

he was NOT cooperating -.-

dopest-ethiopian:

he was NOT cooperating -.-

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@7 months ago with 1882 notes

hailomarilowkey:

transwomanism:

  Storify 

"Sober In Love"

A series of tweets on feminism and the concessions that women have to make in loving men who are often the major site of our oppression. As people who desire men in romantic partnership, how can we balance our politics with love & make sense of the perilous landscape we have to find it in?

Twitter @tgirlinterruptd  Series: Relearning Love  

too real 

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@7 months ago with 986 notes

baissemoi:

isquirt4you:

girlwiththeskullkneesocks:

thepackhunts:

girlwiththeskullkneesocks:

unskinny:

This does things to me.

This would make doing dishes soooo much better. I really wouldn’t mind doing them then.

I do have some dishes that need done

Just let me grab my apron and I’ll be right there! ;)

WANTTTTTT!

i can never not reblog this

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@7 months ago with 26022 notes
schomburgcenter:

Join the Schomburg Center on Thursday, January 23 from 6:30 - 8:00 pm for our first Arturo Schomburg Annual Lecture with Frances Negrón-Muntaner, associate professor of English and Comparative Literature at Columbia University.Our inaugural speaker is an award-winning filmmaker, advocate, and scholar, and is also the Director of Columbia’s Center for the Study of Ethnicity and Race.
For more information and to register visit our event’s page.

schomburgcenter:

Join the Schomburg Center on Thursday, January 23 from 6:30 - 8:00 pm for our first Arturo Schomburg Annual Lecture with Frances Negrón-Muntaner, associate professor of English and Comparative Literature at Columbia University.Our inaugural speaker is an award-winning filmmaker, advocate, and scholar, and is also the Director of Columbia’s Center for the Study of Ethnicity and Race.

For more information and to register visit our event’s page.

@7 months ago with 8 notes
reneekennet:

I love them.

reneekennet:

I love them.

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@7 months ago with 830 notes

littlegingermonkey:

Pugs always make me smile <3

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@7 months ago with 451813 notes
There are some new moves I need to learn in my life.

staysvckafree:

fish-tayls:

underneath-the-bliss:

 

i will reblog this everytime its on my dash

well.

OH. Um. Well. 

The people casually surfing the web in the background >

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@7 months ago with 145819 notes

nicolejanelle:

one-mandrinkinggamess:

lovelikeogkush:

This is too raw

Whoever makes these is not even in the general area of fucking around

Stunning and powerful.

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