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bluuamber:

theemaciationofme:


dance even though (every) one is watching….


Wow

bluuamber:

theemaciationofme:

dance even though (every) one is watching….

Wow

(via dynastylnoire)

satanasa:

Torkil Gudnason

(via sylvides)

naalieva:

I don’t give a damn, I’m going to reblog this gif every time when it’s the 1st of the month.

naalieva:

I don’t give a damn, I’m going to reblog this gif every time when it’s the 1st of the month.

(via blackinkgoldskin)

yagazieemezi:

African Teenagers Take Their Own Photos To Capture A Different View Of Their Home 

A photography student from the U.K. decided to gather up cameras, head to a high school in the Gambia, and teach a photo workshop that invited each student to capture images at home and in their neighborhoods. 

"The students know the landscape, environment, people, and hidden secrets of their culture more than an outsider, and photograph it without prejudice or any judgment."

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Dedicated to the Cultural Preservation of the African Aesthetic

(via sylvides)

the basics of not getting lost

As the world’s largest jailer, the United States, with only 5 percent of the world’s population but 25 percent of the world’s prisoners, has increased its incarceration rate of women by 832 percent over three decades. The incarceration rate of black women in the United States has increased by 828 percent over a five year period and black women now constitute one half of the US female prison population. In Western Australia, the number of incarcerated women doubled between 1995 and 2001, with Indigenous women comprising 54 percent of the female prisoner population although constituting only 2 percent of the state’s population. In Canada, the representation of Indigenous women in prisons has increased nearly 90 percent over the past decade and has been declared “nothing short of a crisis”
Harsha Walia, Undoing Border Imperialism (via lehaaz)

(via the-uncensored-she)

awwww-cute:

My girlfriend’s rat dog doesn’t let me poop in peace

(via mayorxrab)

tooquirkytolose:

~And they lived happily ever after~

This was really dumb and a lot of fun to draw :D

(via nedahoyin)

[T]here are two general ways in which oppression manifests itself in our social movements. First, there is an uphill battle that recent immigrants, Indigenous communities, poor and low-income people, and queer folks of colour face in proving their intelligence and commitment to political issues. The leadership, especially of the older generations, in many of our movements has marginalized these experiences, trivializing our issues as ‘fringe’ or ‘divisive’. As articulated by Black feminist Audre Lorde “It is not our differences that divide us. It is our inability to recognize, accept, and celebrate those differences.”
The second way in which oppression is reproduced is through the token representation of oppressed voices, which provides a superficial veneer of diversity without actually changing the foundation or framework of our activism. A common example of this is inviting people from impacted communities to speak on panels as the ‘authentic community voice’ without reflecting on why or how one’s own organization is lacking in diverse representation. Mobilizing on the basis on anti-oppression has unfortunately often led to cycles of guilt, blame-and-shame, and paralysis in our movements. While guilt is often representative of a much-needed shift in consciousness, it does nothing to dismantle entrenched systems of oppression.
Harsha Walia (via lehaaz)

(via the-uncensored-she)

fatsmartandpretty:

Fuck chub rub.

Fuck wearing shorts under dresses.  

Fuck worrying about whether someone can see that I’m wearing shorts under my dress.

Fuck bike shorts that are too short or too big.

Fuck trying to think about how to discreetly adjust ill fitting bike shorts while walking down the street.  

Fuck failed DIY concoctions slathered between my legs.

Fuck buying expensive products just to see if they’ll work.

Fuck stained dresses with anti-chub rub goo applied too liberally. 

Fuck not talking about chub rub because it’s shameful or impolite or inappropriate. 

Fuck femininity that puts women’s bodies on display while erasing the actual experiences of those bodies. 

(via sex-and-squeaks)