postwhitesociety:

theworldsafire:

chasingthathigh:

Beyonce - Mine feat. Drake - Kaelynn KK Harris - Choreography

She did that!!!!

had no choice but to reblog

i love the little girls watching her in amazement

famouslastdraws:

The Crystal Gems -original design

hopunk:

look at y’all lookin ass niggas

hopunk:

look at y’all lookin ass niggas

raptorific:

One time in high school I watched a couple of white guys, talking about how they aren’t allowed to say the N-word, reason that while they would never actually say it, it was probably okay if they were just singing along with a song that contained it in the lyrics. Within minutes of arriving at this conclusion they were singing the explicit version Kanye West’s “Gold Digger” and putting extra emphasis and volume on the N-word, as if daring someone to take offense so they could use the “get out of trouble free” card they conjectured out of thin air for themselves

And that’s basically why I’m not a fan of the “well, in what context would a white person be allowed to say it” question. In my experience, that’s always followed up with an attempt to recreate those circumstances so they can use a racial slur without anyone being allowed to say anything

frenchfrycoolguy:

i ended up finishing this one first
sugilite !!

frenchfrycoolguy:

i ended up finishing this one first

sugilite !!

actual-smaug:

1001-cranes:

bewaretheides315:

TINY DRAGON RING, GET ON MY FINGER!

… this is literally what on said on twitter earlier. OUT OF MY BRAIN.

the only acceptable way to propose to your significant other

they [read: mainly men] call me “ma’am” when they hear the audio and “sir” or “bud/dy” when they get a visual. gotta correct their “wrongs”

miles-wren:

yup.

miles-wren:

yup.

my main question is has anyone ever fantasized about having sex with me

(Source: vans-supreme)

(Source: -kunoichi)

werefoxes:

this one is titled “all i got from SDCC was shoulder kisses”

werefoxes:

this one is titled “all i got from SDCC was shoulder kisses”

mimicryisnotmastery:

It did not start with Stonewall

Our revolution didn’t start with Stonewall. African-American lesbian elders tell the tales of gay New York life in Harlem, Brooklyn and the Bronx before the world-altering Stonewall rebellion. In this clip they recall, raids and suffocating laws and racial discrimination faced within the gay community.

Important, real life.

Filing this under: But let me tell you about the black lesbians before Stonewall

(Source: str-crssd)

The Boy Is Mine ft. Monica | BRANDY

(Source: shutupyuvia)

howtobeafuckinglady:

zadddy