tastefullyoffensive:

Creations from French Girls, an iPhone app where people draw portraits based on selfies of others. [via]

Related: Subway Snapchat Art

poyzn:

Animals that are unbelievably awesome.

geejayeff:

aaajmachine:

I know you don’t like to talk, but you gotta do it for her.

Yadriel & Maria appreciation post ✿◕‿◕✿

HE SAID MORE THAN HE DID ALL SEASON. I THOUGHT HE DIDN’T CARE. I THOUGHT HE WAS JUST BEING NICE AND LETTING HIS BABY MAMA SEE THE BABY THAT HE PROBABLY DIDN’T REALLY WANT AND BARELY LOOKED AFTER BUT I WAS FUCKING WRONG. I WAS WRONG ABOUT HIM. HE’S JUST QUIET. THE DUDE IS STOIC AS FUCK AND HE FUCKING LOVES MARIA AND HE LOVES THAT BABY AND IT’S FUCKING BEAUTIFUL THE WAY HE GUSHES AND TALKS TO HER LIKE MARIA ASKED HIM TO DO BECAUSE HE WANTS HER TO GROW UP SMART AND LOVED.

But also look at how cute the baby is dressed in each visit. Who did that? Daddy did. But that’s exactly the kind of visual cue that gets lost when he’s getting judged for his bald head, tattoos and stoic (thuggish?) demeanor.

bluedogeyes:

The Daily Show 2014-07-17 - Operation Black Hair

"Jessica Williams investigates an Army regulation that ignorantly discriminates against black servicewomen and their hairstyles."

Watch the segment

marcusblaque:

Spike Lee’s ‘Do The Right Thing’ (1989)

Reblogged from Just Thoughts
magnacarterholygrail:

msjenai:

Leaving this here…

magnacarterholygrail:

msjenai:

Leaving this here…

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metalfacedvillain:

schroder47:

Saw this episode yesterday and was amazed and baffled. This show is trying to get to these kids early. 

"Manifest Destiny"

brinabees:

Caitlin Stasey being a wonderful feminist role model on twitter.

Reblogged from mixed-kid shenanigans

the-world-of-steven-universe:

This is how Garnet and Amethyst fuse to become Sugilite.

(A lot of things went through my head at that time, at the same time x3)

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profoundswag:

I’d been thinking about it all week, since my co-worker tipped me off. And when I looked it up, I knew I had to go. There was no way around it. It just seemed too massive not to see and it was. It was the Kara walker exhibit, titled, “A Subtlety,” which showed unitl July 6 at the Domino Sugar Factory in Williamsburg, Brooklyn. A towering, glowing Sphinx, covered in white sugar crystals. But instead of the traditional half man/half beast Sphinx, this was a MAMMY. Yes it was a MAMMY – the black domestic female responsible for nursing the white family’s children during slavery. Throughout the years, you may have come across an image of a Mammy – big and round, blood red lips and a wide tooth grin, wearing a scarf around her head. Aunt Jemima (syrup) is probably the most well known commercial depiction. For centuries, the Mammy image has been used as a sort of stereotypical insult to black female slaves and domestic workers. But In her extraordinary, breathtaking masterpiece, Walker turns the tables, assumes ownership of the Mammy and allows us to revel in what she is, everything she has represented and been all along – Regal, Loving and INDESTRUCTIBLE. Walker’s Mammy glows. She is powerful. She is poised. And she is beautiful. I stand and remain in awe.

profoundswag:

I’d been thinking about it all week, since my co-worker tipped me off. And when I looked it up, I knew I had to go. There was no way around it. It just seemed too massive not to see and it was. It was the Kara walker exhibit, titled, “A Subtlety,” which showed unitl July 6 at the Domino Sugar Factory in Williamsburg, Brooklyn. A towering, glowing Sphinx, covered in white sugar crystals. But instead of the traditional half man/half beast Sphinx, this was a MAMMY. Yes it was a MAMMY – the black domestic female responsible for nursing the white family’s children during slavery. Throughout the years, you may have come across an image of a Mammy – big and round, blood red lips and a wide tooth grin, wearing a scarf around her head. Aunt Jemima (syrup) is probably the most well known commercial depiction. For centuries, the Mammy image has been used as a sort of stereotypical insult to black female slaves and domestic workers. But In her extraordinary, breathtaking masterpiece, Walker turns the tables, assumes ownership of the Mammy and allows us to revel in what she is, everything she has represented and been all along – Regal, Loving and INDESTRUCTIBLE. Walker’s Mammy glows. She is powerful. She is poised. And she is beautiful. I stand and remain in awe.

Reblogged from Profound Swag