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thekhoolhaus:

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It’s always, ALWAYS, the subtle gestures! :le sigh:

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corgiaddict:

laceythecorgi:

trinketbaby:

Tegan the White Corgi aka Fluffy Butt Tegan

Pretty girl

Wow. Those white stump hammers. 

So Pretty!! <3

corgiaddict:

sweaterhound:

Why is this game for a platform I don’t own? Sadface!

CORGI IN A VIDEO GAME?!?!?!

This has me full of smiles.

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thedarkchocolatedandy:

jhameia:

the-goddamazon:

unsexybeast:

dear-white-people:

Two years ago we made a fake trailer for a movie we WANTED to make. And TODAY thanks to you guys, the OFFICIAL TEASER TRAILER for that movie is here! You did this. Your support and love brought the smart black movie genre back from the dead and into theaters this OCTOBER 17TH!!

WATCH, LIKE, SHARE, REPEAT!

YESSSSSSSSss

I don’t think y’all understand how excited I am for this film.

FUCK YEAH!

SO FUCKING EXCITED!

AH-HAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA!HAHAHAHAHAHHAHAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAYES!

(via chescaleigh)

dederants:

bevgodsgirls:

the-dark-side-of-the-room:

socimages:

Now THIS is a bold lingerie ad.

When the star model for Forever Yours Lingerie was diagnosed with cancer, the brand decided to stick with her.

Tom Megginson at The Ethical Admanapproves:

“So, while American Eagle is getting virtual hugs and high fives for its commitment to not photoshopping its typical-looking models,  elsewhere there are brands and models who are willing to show us what it really takes to do something about the fashion industry’s body image problem.”

Read the rest

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ETA: no, wait, hold up, stop the presses. There’s another thing I can do and that’s shop their store. You probably can too, because CHECK OUT THEIR BRA MATRIX

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omfg

Reblogging because look at that size range!!!! And also because representation is important.

Those bras look awesome!

now on my shopping list

(via art-and-sterf)

“Black people don’t do that.” and “You act white” are phrases we may have heard used or had hurled at some point in time for behaving outside a strictly defined notion of Blackness. Many have narrow definitions of what it means to be Black, and those that fall outside of that scope aren’t being Black “enough”. Have you experienced being told you aren’t Black enough?

So many times that it’s taken awhile for me to identify as being a Black person. With my inner eye I thought of myself as other or nothing. Just a person with dark skin who could- with great observation, listening skills, and charm, could maneuver through any situation and learn any ones background. Good part of that was I gained many friends with different backgrounds and from many parts of the world. Bad part is that its still difficult for me to merge my Blackness with the things I love without getting the side eye. 

(Source: ourblackproject, via chescaleigh)

kushandwizdom:

x3elizabeth:

requiredchaos:

stevensweatshirt:

relitseleirda:

jellyphile:

cas-hellodean:

poeticdarkbeauty:

youngblackandvegan:

and that’s why you don’t go around fixing people

and that’s why you don’t give up pieces of yourself to make someone else whole

We do this more than we think. Sometimes we reject those who have helped us the most. Other times, we help those who allow their egos to hide their humilities.

someONE FUCKING MAKE THAT TEDDY BEAR HAPPY BEFORE I CHOKE BECAUSE I HAVE TEARS BRIMMING MY EYES HELP ME

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it may take time but there is someone waiting to hold your hand

My tears

I’ve reblogged this already but I love it.

The best post i’ve ever seen. Wow.

Hope

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Is it ok…

To just be done for awhile. To not really have much thought or want of anything because nothing sounds good.

I hope so. 

mmedepompadour:

voiceofdesert-bluffs:

graverobber-exploits:

overlordrae:

jaimejimmyjamesjamieson:

For the wife.

I needed kilts on my dash and did not know it.

Sorrynotsorry. It’s totally for the kilts. Totally…

holy god

I’m a fan of kilts.

Holy shi- Pika! Killing me, Smalls. Ya killin me!

(via carriepika)

smelly-yak:

Greek traditional dress from few different regions and groups.

Sources: 1 & 2

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rxforfashion:

ourblackproject:

The Black body, more so of women, have stood on the opposite side of the narrow Eurocentric standards of beauty. Black hairstyles have defiantly rebelled against and even when straightened added creative magic of Blackness and Boldness. 

Black hair, whether relaxed or natural, locked or shaven is beautiful. Black women are beautiful. 

Claps.

This made my ‘bad thoughts about my hair’ day

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elonjames:

#GRAYRACISM | #ablackshow

"Here’s the thing, in America no one is racist until they’re RAAAACCCCCIST." 

Watch. Share. Repeat.