syncinq:

Can we all just take a moment to talk about orange is the new black. Piper fucking annoys me her character is weak and is annoying as hell. But the supporting cast is fucking amazing ditch piper and focus on the cast as a whole!

get-motivation:

summergirl0824:

Happy 4th of July!!!!!! Let freedom ring and God Bless America❤️💙🇺🇸 Go USA!!

HAPPY FOURTH OF JULY =)

yzma:

this is such a look honestly

(Source: clubpresident)

ethiopienne:

incredible

phff-anythingatall:

1000picsofroyalty:

consultingmoosecaptain:

GET THIS MAN A HAMMER AND A CAPE

I INTERRUPT OUR ORIGINALLY SCHEDULED PROGRAMMING TO BRING YOU THIS SEX GOD.

CARRY ON.

thank you for the interruption, my ovaries just blew up

(Source: matildarossette)

kylehilde:

when your teacher talks for an extra 30 seconds after class is supposed to end

kylehilde:

when your teacher talks for an extra 30 seconds after class is supposed to end

janemba:

dynamicafrica:

People Magazine’s #MostBeautiful Woman of the Year, Lupita Nyong’o sits down with another beauty icon, Alek Wek.

Watch as two beautiful and incredibly inspiring East African women sit down and talk about the importance of representation, unapologetically being yourself, and not forgetting that no matter how different one is perceived in the world, one can always be beautiful.

One of the phrases that truly sticks with me, said by Alek Wek, is when she states, “I’m so normal”. I’ve often heard people refer to her beauty as ‘alien’ and out-of-the-ordinary, but what many who do this often forget is that Alek Wek sees herself as none of that. She comes from a whole host of people who carry the same features that, according to white and Western standards of beauty, seem rare or unconventional.

Using any word that seeks to strip her appearance of any normalcy, casting her in ‘shoots and editorials that enhance and contrast her differences - especially when racially motivated, as I’ve often seen done - are both acts of othering and of enabling white supremacy.

IM CRYING

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