Ask me anything   I'm a lady, assface.

    3+ hours later, we’re nearing the finish line…

    3+ hours later, we’re nearing the finish line…

    — 2 days ago
    Such beauty. Much pretty.

    Such beauty. Much pretty.

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    Blonde Ambition day! #ootd

    Blonde Ambition day! #ootd

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    possibly the best logan/ororo moment so far

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    #I'm all queued up 

    Chris Pratt and Dylan Prunty Recite Lines from “The LEGO Movie”

    (Source: markoruffalo)

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    #chris pratt  #he could get it  #I'm all queued up 




    T’Challa the Black Panther

    cosplayer Sean Shaw

    Saturday May 31, 2014 Long Beach Comic Expo

    Long Beach California

    everyone go home. it’s over. he wins everything

    Yes. Look at God…

    (via yungteuthida)

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    #long post  #cosplay  #I'm all queued up 


    I drew Spider-Man like the new Spider-Woman.

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    do not let white academia fool you into thinking that

    • the greatest authors that were and ever will be are white men
    • every great philosopher came out of europe
    • mathematics and science were at their highest point when used by white men
    • the most beautiful city in the world is paris
    • colonialism was a golden age
    • europe is the pinnacle of civilization

    Sources timmmme.

    Some Written Works (That Aren’t By White Dudes)

    • Iola Leroy (about a biracial Black woman in the antebelleum South) - Frances E.W. Harper, who was one of the first published Black authoresses
    • The Space Traders (a very relevant short about Black life/value in less-than-utopian America) - Derrick Bell, Black sci-fi author
    • Thiruppavai (Tamil Vaishnava verses by the 12 Alvars, or poet-saints) - Andal, the only woman among them. These are still recited in South India during Margazhi
    • The Other Side of Paradise (memoir of) - Staceyann Chin, whose identity as Black-Chinese and lesbian in Jamaica is definitely worth reading about
    • Brown Girl in the Ring (post-apocalyptic Toronto WHERE PoC survive, featuring voudoun!) - Nalo Hopkinson; check it all out
    • The Bluest Eye - Toni Morrison, Black American novelist, Peace Prize winner and quality human being
    • Ninth Ward (children’s novel of Katrina through a black girl’s perspective) - Jewell Parker Rhodes
    • The Island of a Thousand Mirrors (about two families caught in the Tamil-Sinhala divide, based on her experience during the civil war) - Nayomi Munaweera, Sri Lankan author. VERY AMAZE.


    • Frantz Fanon, Caribbean philosopher/revolutionary who dedicated much time to decrying colonization, fighting oppression and telling white folks OFF; works include Black Skins, White Masks, Wretched of the Earth, and National Culture and the Fight for Freedom
    • En Hedu’ana, Sumerian en-priestess whose poetry composed one of the first written belief systems; also an accomplished astronomer
    • Ban Zhou, 1st-century Chinese historian, author (Lessons for Women, co-published The Book of Han)  and court advisor who advocated for domestic equality and women’s education. Her Confucian ideals were present in most written works


    • Zitkala-Sa, Native (Sioux) author (Old Indian LegendsAmerican Indian Stories), musician and activist who co-wrote The Sun Dance in 1913, an opera which showcased her knowledge of Ute and Sioux harmonies and composition. It was the first of its kind, featuring many indigenous performers
    • Yukio Mishima, Japanese author famous for Confessions of a Mask; also genius playwright who created Five Modern Noh Plays
    • Lorraine HansberryBlack (queer) playwright whose works SHOULD be acclaimed the world over (A Raisin in the SunThe Sign in Sidney Brustein’s Window)


    • Muhammad Musa al-Khwarizmi (origin of ‘algorithm’), 8th-century Persian scholar, creator of algebra and pioneer of the quadratic equation; one of the first to use zero as a placeholder, his research brought Hindu-Arabic numerals and decimals into the West
    • Banu Musa [Ahmad, Muhammad and Hasan], a trio of Persian brothers/mechanics/mathematicians who wrote The Book of Ingenious Devices in 850: an illustrated guide on more than 100 tools and their use (from early feedback controllers to valves and float chambers; steampunk gods, I say)
    • 15th century Korea - first “turtleboats”
    • Garrett Morgan, Black inventor credited for the first traffic signal and patented gas mask in the ‘20’s
    • Sarah E. Goode, inventor and the first Black woman to earn a U.S. patent, for the folding cabinet bed so prominent in the late 1800’s and early-mid 1900’s
    • Madam C.J. Walker, Black entrepreneur and inventor famously known for her scalp conditioners, hair growth and beauty products; first woman millionaire in America (YAAAS)
    • Mary Kenner, creative Black patenter whose contributions range from the toilet-tissue holder to the sanitary belt (thank youuu!!)
    • Marie Van Brittan Brown, Black inventor of the closed circuit TV security patent (basis for modern surveillance, traffic control)
    • Philip Emeagwali, Nigerian scientist/inventor that innovated a supercomputer for petroleum fields analysis
    • 7th century India - invention of chess
    • Gebisa Ejeta, Ethiopian geneticist/agriculturist who invented the first drought-tolerant sorghum hybrid in Sudan; is now on the  Board for International Food and Agricultural Development
    • Benjamin Banneker, Black astronomer and mathematician who made America’s first functioning clock, y’all
    • David Unaipon, famous Aboriginal preacher/inventor who provided basis for modern shears and the centrifugal motor
    • 12th century China - first magnetic compass
    • Ellen Ochoa, Chicana scientist who invented optical analysis systems and was the world’s first Latina astronaut
    • Prafulla Chandra Ray, Indian chemist and entrepreneur who made first chemical factory in the country FROM HIS HOUSE; founded Bengal Chemical and Pharmaceutical Works
    • Sandrine Mubenga, Congolese engineer working on solar-powered villages and fuel-cell hybrid car (women in STEM!)
    • Shirley Jackson, kick-ass Black physicist, inventor and president at Rensselaer Polytechnic. She can be credited for the touch-tone telephone, the portable fax, and caller ID
    • Tony Hansberry, the youngest on this list; his innovation on endo switches drastically cut the performance time for hysterectomies (open-heart surgery).

    So…what’s up, white academia? Where’s the accolades for them?

    (via queenofglass)

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    "We’re all pretty bizarre. Some of us are just better at hiding it, that’s all."

    The Breakfast Club (1985)

    (Source: vintagegal, via deadfashionista)

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    #breakfast club  #movie of my heart  #I'm all queued up 



    Massachusetts State Police Issue Apology for “Racial Profiling Saves Lives” Bumper Sticker, But Not Before Lying About It

    Massachusetts State Police issued an apology Monday for a bumper sticker on one of their police cruisers that read: “Racial Profiling Saves Lives,” but not before lying about it.

    Boston resident Chris Kantos, was walking Sunday morning and came across on official police cruiser, number 1183, and noticed an odd bumper sticker on it.

    Kantos tweeted this image out immediately.

    Instead of apologizing immediately, Boston PD removed the sticker and published a second image of the cruiser with no bumper sticker. Then accused Kantos of photoshopping the image.

    “Why on earth would I photoshop something like that?” Kantos asked on Twitter.

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    (via spiltmilk)

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