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song: Wicked Games
artist: The Weeknd
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The Weeknd // Wicked Games

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it is crucial to believe and respect girls when they say a guy is giving them bad vibes even if they don’t give you a reason why
posted 4 hours ago; via asgardreid (exghoulfriend) with 52,550 notes
You are personally responsible for becoming more ethical than the society you grew up in.

Eliezer Yudkowsky  (via rampias)

Being a “product of their times” is no excuse. Never let someone off the hook for bigotry. 

(via callingoutbigotry)

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fuckin the mental
while you’re strokin the soul
that’s whatchu call fucken self control

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tagged with .bringing this back .blush 


My Gimpy Life - a webseries, starring Teal Sherer!! 

posted 10 hours ago; via chronicpainwarrior with 11 notes
my beef with the thrift shopping trend is that its only seen as trendy if youre choosing to wear this second hand shit over brand new more expensive clothing you can also afford. on the other end if you cant afford new clothing and shop at these second hand stores because you have to its not recognized as a fashion statement and some fuck with a blog is gonna snap a photo of your michael jackson brand shoes and upload that shit for some quick laughs
posted 11 hours ago; via katgezicht (pu12in) with 1,653 notes
tagged with .thrifting 
White people need to get beyond their feelings of guilt and understand that guilt for being white (or male or straight) is self-indulgent and paralyzing. This isn’t about you. It is about the structure of society and your actions within it. Feel guilty if you are not contributing to the solution, but not over something over which you have no control. Energy is much better spent working to be allies of people of color in ending racial discrimination.
Megan Seely, “Fight Like a Girl: How to be a Fearless Feminist” (via queersirensong)
posted 13 hours ago; via rabbitglitter (queersirensong) with 190 notes


I know it’s hard for a lot of ppl to understand why black people are so deeply affected by racism and it’s hard for people to understand why so many of us live in impoverished, run down places.
So here are some numbers that I think make the picture clear.
Black Americans as a group have spent more time in slavery than out of slavery.
Slavery lasted for 245 years, it has only been 149 years since we were “freed”.
And as you all know, we were freed without any money or land or any kind of support. And I’m gonna just glaze over all the share cropping and slave like labour that continued to happen to just point out that segregation didn’t even end on paper until the 1950s, meaning we’ve only been legally allowed to share the same spaces with white people for 60 years. Our grandparents/parents were living during major civil rights movements. (My grandmother couldn’t get a job that she was RECOMMENDED for because they didn’t realize she was black until she showed up in person)
So, 245 years of being chattel, 77 years of fighting for basic human rights, and 60 more years of still fighting against discrimination and trying to level the playing field, all while being told to forget that the majority of the time we spent in this country, we spent as slaves and/or being sabotaged by the government.

Just a little perspective

posted 15 hours ago; via yrmomschesthair (indikos) with 2,984 notes
tagged with .racism .anti black racism .anti blackness .slavery