Whimsical Sarcasm
note-a-bear:

blacknoonajade:

Today was an exceptional day. 

wow…..
just…

note-a-bear:

blacknoonajade:

Today was an exceptional day. 

wow…..

just…

theafrocentrics:

Speak Tré! YASS!!

theafrocentrics:

Speak Tré! YASS!!

deltacobell:

envyadams:

Drunk Andrew Garfield: a collage

at first glance i thought this was one direction

deltacobell:

envyadams:

Drunk Andrew Garfield: a collage

at first glance i thought this was one direction

Zawe Ashton | Ph: Retts Wood

spikefuckingjonze:

anyone else noticing a trend here?

spikefuckingjonze:

anyone else noticing a trend here?

frenchmontanariviera:

glad to see he’s back to telling jokes

frenchmontanariviera:

glad to see he’s back to telling jokes

rapniall:

waiting for zayn to squad up and he do

image

ZAAAAAAYYYYYYNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNN

tomlintrash:

and there goes zayn, slaying all our faves by declaring support for palestine on eid in the most public manner he can

mollymurakami:

You Can’t Say That (2014) – group

In 2000, thirty-three years after the Supreme Court repealed all remaining laws banning interracial marriage, the United States census allowed respondents to identify themselves as more than one race for the first time in its history.  In checking more than one box, 9 million Americans were granted the opportunity to finally “name their own reality,” yet mixed-race Americans still face a narrow-minded approach to race on a daily basis.  The human need to categorize and sort is disrupted by mixed folk, who don’t fit neatly into preexisting boxes, and we oftentimes find ourselves being told what—not who—we are, being told we are not enough, and even self-identifying as the “Other.”

In this series, I explore my own experience as an American woman of mixed race through pop imagery, text, and vibrant color.  At times cathartic and condemning, I aim to direct toward the viewer a spotlight so often pointed at myself; to challenge the viewer and incite her to question the way she interprets the words and sentiments that I have so many times been told or told myself.

Race is not black and white, nor has it ever been.  As the face of America changes, how will we?

 

In memory of Mikiko Anzai Murakami
8 July 1932–17 April 2014

fwentyonepilots:

You know that one song in an album you always skip over and then when you decide to listen to it ur like well holy fuck me

chubby-bunnies:

sometimes i need to appreciate myself more, and this photo is one of the reasons i do appreciate myself.
whitney riot//25 

chubby-bunnies:

sometimes i need to appreciate myself more, and this photo is one of the reasons i do appreciate myself.

whitney riot//25 

a few of my jewish friends have started unfriending me on facebook because i’ve been pretty pro-palestine

one even went so far as to harass me and tell me i was filled with hatred and that i was brainwashed by propaganda

i mean good riddance i guess but it also sucks