12:55 am - Wed, Jul 30, 2014
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I don’t understand how females can sleep with their bra on. I be dying havin that shit on for a few hours a day. #TeamBraLessMostOfTheTime


12:53 am
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This would truly make a very fun Halloween costume idea for a trio of friends or a love triangle

Why not both?


This would truly make a very fun Halloween costume idea for a trio of friends or a love triangle

Why not both?

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12:48 am
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Hollywood’s Sphinx in “Exodus: God and Kings” (2014) and the one in Egypt.


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12:46 am
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Q: Your people have done things far more disgusting and vile than Mexicans have so ya chill with your hypocritical views








lolol europeans aren’t the only ones who have sooo :)

Mexicans are 50% European (Spain), at the least. So whenever you say “your people” when referencing Europeans you’re talking about your own ancestors.

don’t try to tell people who their ancestors were

white/European Mexicans make up less than 20% of the population, between 10-18 million out of 118 million. i don’t know if this is what your talking about bc your rhetoric is extremely flawed and ambiguous

enough with this idiocy

Majority of the Mexican population (93%) is around 64% European, 30% Native American, and 4% African.
66-95% European depending on where you are.

They tell me my ancestors are evil, land stealing men so why not tell them what theirs are.

Where is the japanese percentage?
Where is the percentage that are mixed with central Americans or south Americans?
How about the indian percentage?
Do you even know what the fuck you’re talking about?

The percentages are what genes you would commonly get from any one Mexican you plucked from the 93% majority

Like you didn’t even include afro-mestizxs ??
I know damn well that you dont know what you’re talking about
Just because your ass is pasty and guilty doesn’t mean you can go erasing races in México by pulling numbers out of your ass.

That is such a flawed mentality.

Mestizo? Black latinx? Indigenous?

What. The. Fuck.

12:42 am
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ric flair is dril and nobody can convince me otherwise.

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12:33 am
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I love not being white


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12:28 am
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Whats the articulate way to say I’m trying to be the default place you send nudes to while you’re in between relationships. 

I’m trynna be the nude offseason program 

The nude voluntary minicamps

The nude pre-season premiere webisodes 

If you are a member of the X-Men, I’m trying to be the nude Danger Room

Keep your angle game sharp with practice

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11:48 pm - Tue, Jul 29, 2014
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Never forget

Never forget

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11:47 pm
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Celebrating 40 Years of Disabled Lesbian Activism and Art

Image description: Four photos of disabled lesbians. #1: Color photo of people in a park, some of them holding a giant banner that reads “Honoring Dykes with Disabilities.” #2: Two women playing basketball in wheelchairs. #3: a black woman with glasses and natural hair playing ping pong. #4: Two light-skinned women dancing with AXIS, a physically integrated dance group. One woman in a wheelchair, and the other woman is…it’s hard to describe, but she’s upside-down, with her legs in the air, and her head in the woman’s lap, simulating oral sex.

These images come from Fabled/Asp, an organization that aims to “combine storytelling and filmmaking to document and continue the revolution in queer disability arts, aesthetics, politics and culture.” They’re such a great resource for history, culture, and politics of disabled lesbians.

I’m confused… What’s exactly “disabling” about the natural haired black woman playing ping pong?

According to the article, the “natural haired Black woman” playing ping-pong is “Pandoura Carpenter, Director of the Wry Crips Disabled Women’s Theatre.” 

Ms. Carpenter recently departed us in 2008, suddenly. According to one of her obits:

…From meeting Dr. Martin Luther King during “70’s Black community organizing and working with urban youth in Rochester, NY; to staffing Woman To Woman bookstore in Denver; to her involvement in many Bay Area communities and social movements, she was an open-hearted and creative Life-affirming force against all prejudice. She was a writer, artist, performer, ally to all oppressed people, and a lifelong jazz devotee. She loved working with children and youth…

Living in Rochester, N.Y. until 1977, she studied history and began to write and perform as a high school student. She was an active member of the young Black generation that created FIGHT Square housing and community groups there. She joined writing groups, performed poetry and reported on the jazz scene for The Communicade Black newspaper.

1980, she was a hub of Feminist activism. She and other women were arrested there for protesting a movie that purported to show the actress being killed. The women’s community rallied support for those arrested, know as “The Blue Bird Five.”

She also worked with the feminist newspaper Big Mama Rag there. In the Bay Area since 1980, she participated in the Oakland Black Writer’s Guild, was an early member of the Mexican Museum, co-founded the Black Lesbian Newsletter, edited the anthology Ordinary Women Extraordinary Lives, supported the Black Repertory Theater in Berkeley, directed a play at Brava Theater, and wrote and acted for Wry Crips Disabled Women’s Theater.

She was a founding member of Progressives Challenging Anti-Semitism multicultural support group. As a taxi cab driver here, she was known as “Pat” and was loved by many of her regular fares. She has sold her artwork at the Women’s Crafts Fair at Fort Mason.

She was a skilled mediator with Conciliation Forum of Oakland where she taught mediation skills to young people. She was a mediator at East Bay Community Mediation in Berkeley at the time of her death. She was currently working on a book about her cab driving experiences at the North Berkeley Senior Center writing class.

She was a member of Kehilla Community Synagogue in Oakland and a member of Lavender Seniors in Berkeley. Pandoura was a natural coalition builder. In addition to engaging with many African and Caribbean cultures, she embraced her family’s Native American (Powhaten) ancestry and supported Native Rights.

Her advocacy for Black, Jewish, Arab, Native American, Asian and Latino Rights was melded with her concern for Lesbian, Gay and Disability Rights. And, as a large woman, she fought size prejudice daily. She is survived by her life partner, Judy Andreas, goddaughters Lisa Brotz of Denver and Alexis Johnson of Berkeley, her mother Louise Carpenter, sister Pamela Ikpot and son Imoh, brother Mark Carpenter and son Mark, Jr. of Rochester.

If you get a chance, you should also check out the Wry Crips' page. They’re on Facebook as well!


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11:44 pm
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It has taken so long for me to love my culture and my skin and my peoples history and where I come from
There’s no way in hell I will let white people make me feel bad and ashamed of where I come from ever again

Yes yes yes

11:30 pm
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do you ever feel like there’s just so many pretty girls but most dudes are just subpar like there are radiant goddesses everywhere and just piles and piles of guys in backwards baseball caps and sandals

it’s called makeup

you can put eyeliner on a frat boy that doesn’t change the fact that’s he’s wearing a neon muscle shirt and nike flip flops

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11:11 pm
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of course i want kids. what? children? no no you misunderstand. i mean baby goats. why the hell would i want baby human beings? thats gross.

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10:02 pm
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saying feminism is unnecessary because you don’t feel oppressed is like saying fire extinguishers are unnecessary because your house isn’t on fire

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9:06 pm
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The male ego is NOT my priority.

The male ego is NOT my priority.

The male ego is NOT my priority.

The male ego is NOT my priority.

The male ego is NOT my priority.

The male ego is NOT my priority.

Not my priority
Not my problem

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