Morally Bankrupt but Fun!
sketches-in-my-head:

i like butts..

sketches-in-my-head:

i like butts..

these are the kinds of submission that i accept

well that and nudes of course i don’t think anybody like me would reject them.. but anyway

quetzallcoatly:

blonde redhead - misery is a butterfly

bad teammates make me rage

faeriedroid:

fru-fru-racoons:

faeriedroid:

reblog for healthy polyamory ignore for unnecessary heterosexual love triangles

Except healthy polyamory isn’t an actual thing.

eggs and bacon ur mistaken

butter and cheese bring monogamous conformity to its knees

misguided-innocence:

body comparative

la-nymph:

bauks:

Black girls with natural hair get made fun of and black girls with fake hair get made fun of and black girls with no hair get made fun of so like what are black girls supposed to do but not give a fuck abt u

Seriously I put in my braids some little shit at work starts telling me I look like Medusa. I take out my braids my sister says I look Kunta Kinte, some little random shitty guy at Dave & Buster’s tells me I look like Sideshow Bob and so on and so forth.

ignore them assholes

No, I’m not ok. But I haven’t been ok since I was 11, maybe 12. I am still here though.
I’m still breathing. For me, sometimes, that will have to be enough
Clementine Von Radics  (via eatyourpie)

gowns:

early in the spike lee documentary “4 little girls” (rewatching it now), they talk about how birmingham was a steel town, and a union town. and how the white unions had a lot of antagonism against black families in birmingham.

so look, this kind of history is important to keep in mind, especially for today’s leftists who rail against “identity politics,” claiming that it’s undermining the most important factors for them: “it’s really all about class, labor, unions, etc.” intersectionality and identities are not just abstract buzzwords. there is a complex history behind everything, and race, ethnicity, the ramifications of building your nation off the backs of slaves, are very real and at the root of a lot of injustice and violence to this day …

like, yeah we can talk about class, but race is tied up in it, so to ignore or shut out “identity politics” or any complication of a straightforward hierarchical understanding of class is to make an incomplete analysis