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thatsgrace:

Anything goes, ‘cause nothing matters x

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prettycolors:

#7b8475

prettycolors:

#7b8475

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shounentastic:

afternoonsnoozebutton:

spettrale-nessuno:

SHE PAINTED A CAR PINK AND PEOPLE ARE GETTING MAD ABOUT IT OMG IF SHE HAS THE MONEY JUST LET HER SPEND IT ON CUTE FRIVOLOUS THINGS, LOOK HOW SLAMMIN’ HER CAR LOOKS BTW LIKE DANG WHAT IS THE PROBLEM, SHE IS NOT HARMING U IN ANYWAY I DON’T UNDERSTAND

A) That car is hot as shit and I love it

B) Are we really going to pretend that a matte pink paint job is the worst custom that somebody’s done on a Lambo?

^Yes, that is Chris Brown

HOW DAR WOMAN DO THING FOR SELF

THING NOT FOR MAN

NOT EVEN MAN-APPROVED

HOW DAR

EVERYTHING RUINED NOW!!!!!!!!

(Source: commanderlizabiz, via ravencald)

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bitterandcurt:

I keep seeing and talking to people who fret over how to write PoC characters because they feel like they can’t win either way. They don’t want to make them the villain because of the unfortunate implications but they also feel trapped into making them perfect with no character flaws.

Guys. There’s an easy way out of this.

Have more than one person of color. The reason you keep having trouble with this is because your cast of a dozen important characters has exactly one character who isn’t white. That’s why it makes it seem like they are representing or speaking for their entire race.

Have a more diverse cast and treat them like three-dimensional people.

And for the love of all things good, keep intersectionality in mind. A White gay man and a Black gay man likely have very different experiences within the gay community because of their race. And a Black gay man and another Black gay man are likely to have extremely different life experiences as well.

Having an all-white cast is a choice. It’s no less of a choice, no less contrived than having a more diverse cast. People like to say that they feel like trying to have more diversity in their cast takes away from the storyline because they have to try to intentionally insert different races into their casts. But picking “Black” or “Middle Eastern” or “Asian” or “Latino” is no more contrived than picking “White”. One of them is just constantly fed to us as “normal”.

Seriously. All of your fretting can end if you just stop having tokens.

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castielwinchestqueer:

arctickayla:

tkushes:

rhabdomancer:

tkushes:

never seen awful statues?? I think u are forgetting all of Michelangelo’s attempts at sculpting women, the big queer

Damn, how could I forget?

image

Dented oranges are my favorite type of breast

Michel-I’ve never seen a naked woman-angelo 

he literally just sculpted a man’s pectorals and put lumpy lemons on them

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thenamesjoe:

what a strange dog 

(Source: sizvideos, via cross-dressingsatanlobster)

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trusthim:

if you ever feel dumb remember that harry tried to convince snape that his nickname is ‘roonil wazlib’ 

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jelee-:

i wanted to draw the old gaang but i didn’t know which outfits from which books to draw them in then i was like oh hang on

jelee-:

i wanted to draw the old gaang but i didn’t know which outfits from which books to draw them in then i was like oh hang on

(via cross-dressingsatanlobster)

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comedycentral:

One of these #ComicConBands will boldly go where no man has gone before on tonight’s new @midnight!

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blackpaint20:

Nudes in the Louvre!
Mimesis in the Louvre: 
Mimesis (Ancient Greek: μίμησις (mīmēsis), from μιμεῖσθαι (mīmeisthai), “to imitate,” from μῖμος (mimos), “imitator, actor”) is a critical and philosophical term that carries a wide range of meanings, which include imitation, representation, mimicry, imitatio, receptivity, nonsensuous similarity, the act of resembling, the act of expression, and the presentation of the self  - wiki
I’d love to try this

blackpaint20:

Nudes in the Louvre!

Mimesis in the Louvre: 

Mimesis (Ancient Greek: μίμησις (mīmēsis), from μιμεῖσθαι (mīmeisthai), “to imitate,” from μῖμος (mimos), “imitator, actor”) is a critical and philosophical term that carries a wide range of meanings, which include imitation, representation, mimicry, imitatio, receptivity, nonsensuous similarity, the act of resembling, the act of expression, and the presentation of the self  - wiki

I’d love to try this

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