Modern Marvel. #karwalker #sugarsphinx #sublety #domino #blackqueen #ourmothersandgrandmothers
Jordan Matheson by Piczo | Backstage at Moschino S/S 15
Kinky twists spotted on white models at Jeremy Scott’s runway show for his Moschino menswear SS’15 collection.
Not the least bit impressed by this blatant appropriation of a hairstyle worn by black women. I won’t even launch into a rant of any sort cause it’s just not worth my time.
We can’t have SHIT
Not a damn thing ever
I’m so tired of seeing black women “rant” about these sort of things when we wear weaves and buy perms to alter our natural look in order to look like every race but our own .. Hypocrisy at its finest …
@flowerchildxoxo If you don’t get the fuck on with yo coon ass, I swear for god. As if the societal stigma, racism, and anti-blackness that Black Women go through, that we’re forced to assimilate, by pressing our hair, and perming it is the same as white folks gentrifying and culturally appropriating our culture. If you don’t get the fuck on…with yo’ take up for whitey ass, calling it hypocrisy. You know what hypocrisy is, it’s when my black ass get told my kinky twist is ghetto, and ratchet, that it’s unprofessional, that I’m assumed to be a “welfare queen”, that I’m unintelligent, that I’m assumed to be the worst of the worst, unless I press my damn hair, because when I rock my natural hair I’m fucking threatening to white people, however when Becky does it, which is being prompted up by some rich white man, it’s trendy, it’s cute, it’s fashionable, then our hairstyles, that’s part of our culture gets ripped from us, gets stolen from us and gentrified where white women take credit for creating for this “new and edgy trend”…..meanwhile my black ass is still getting stigmatize, know what the fuck you talkin about first, before start talking out your ass. We ain’t trying to look like every other race, we trying to survive, and not everyone got a 3a type loose curl patterns, and fit the mixed cute, “exotic” natural hair pattern, and in case you don’t know weaves are a great way to maintain your natural hair……fuck outta here with yo “I’m so tired of black women rant”….I’m tired of kool-aid sippin niggas like you co-signing this shit.
Damn right. And is the girl on the left in a burqa?!
just like, why not just hire black and muslima models?
Oh because racism, that’s why.
yo man y’all takin shit too far
Real talk? I think it’s pretty amazing that comics, movies and games can inspire people to actually make this shit. Like, people often discredit those things as pointless sensations, but seriously, this really impressive.
it ok to not be ready
Please spread this shit like wildfire. People go on and sit through the whole experience and they’re uncomfortable because they just want to please their partner and they don’t tell them that they want to stop because they are not ready. It’s okay not to be ready.
i thought somebody else might need to hear this, because i did.
And more people need to not just ignore the fact that someone is clearly uncomfortable in a sexual situation. That just makes it that much harder for someone to say no. If they know you can see they are uncomfortable but see you ignoring that fact it makes things even worse.
|—||Geshe Kelsang Gyatso ~ Mahamudra Tantra (via self-assassin)|
Aboriginal Paintings. Timmy Payungka Tjapangati Possum Dreaming for Children, Walter Tjampitjinpa Wild Potato Story, Anatjari Tjakamarra Big Pintupi Dreaming Ceremony, Tim Leura Tjapaltjarri Travelling Honey Ant Dreaming, Uta Uta Tjangala Women’s Dreaming, John Tjakamarra No Title, Yala Yala Gibbs Tjungurrayi No Title, Nosepeg Tjupurrula Three Ceremonial Poles (top to bottom). 1970s.
A beautifully done animation on how you became you.
See the full video here as I left out some really cool parts.
From 300 or so million down to ONE.
YOU. MADE. IT.
NIGGA WE MADE IT
Woah, this was so cool.
this is really fuckin cool.
this is amazing.