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themoonphase

19th Mar 2014

Wednesday // 5pm // 4 weeks ago
fighting-for-animals:

Steff shared special moments with this dear pig on her way to be brutally murdered and rendered into cheap meat, for the sake of a ten minute meal that will soon be shitted out again and the pointless, barbaric cycle repeated again. 
This is the first - and last - act of kindness these pigs were ever shown. They got a quick drink before the truck pulled away.
Words will never express how much I hate you for fucking paying for this.
(x)

fighting-for-animals:

Steff shared special moments with this dear pig on her way to be brutally murdered and rendered into cheap meat, for the sake of a ten minute meal that will soon be shitted out again and the pointless, barbaric cycle repeated again. 

This is the first - and last - act of kindness these pigs were ever shown. They got a quick drink before the truck pulled away.

Words will never express how much I hate you for fucking paying for this.

(x)

(Source: fightingforanimals)

thatdudeemu

17th Feb 2014

Monday // 8pm // 1 month ago

thejochiang:


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Goals: amass fuckyou money

Forever reblog the mother goddess

(Source: deductioneers)

oioisaveloyyy

17th Feb 2014

Monday // 5pm // 1 month ago

(Source: kushandwizdom)

whitegirlsaintshit

05th Feb 2014

Wednesday // 3am // 2 months ago
SEXUAL PREDATOR ON THE LOOSE!

mocha-spotz:

angryblackgirlsunited:

There’s a black man going around the Chicago area sexually assaulting black women and teens at bus stops. He has a xhamster account and he’s posting videos of him assaulting women on the internet. 

I’m not from the Chicago area but I’ve contacted their police department at least 3 times and received no reply. I don’t know the exact areas he visits but his videos show his location and sometimes you can see the bus information. 

Please help spread awareness about this. This sick asshole is posting videos regularly, talking about his plans to harass women in local bars, is an admitted pedophile and said he’s looking to make money off assaulting women. SPREAD THE WORD!

Please spread the word

thatdudeemu

15th Jan 2014

Wednesday // 6am // 3 months ago
phillipp808

15th Jan 2014

Wednesday // 3am // 3 months ago

(Source: fawnthefeminist)

blueklectic

03rd Jan 2014

Friday // 8pm // 3 months ago

labrujamorgan:

m2migzz:

labrujamorgan:

babybutta:

strugglingtobeheard:

chubbycrab:

fyqueerlatinxs:

Carmen Carrera on personal experiences of transphobia and transmisogyny

yo…i love her…

she put that frontin bitch on blast in her own crib. that is real as fuck, she tryna front in the background makin excuses. heaux please. damn, that’s so fucked and not what “friends” do.

That’s really fucked up, and her friend is still in the background, like girl shut the fuck up.

omg Carmen yes

she is calling out her “friend” in her own damn house!!!! No fucks to give. 

I remember thinking this was everything

Likeohmygodimagonnagetdeaththreats

IMJUSTTRYINGTOGETLAID

PRICELESS

Also, let’s be honest

Transgirls are the shit

rightttt????? that tonta is just afraid that if Carmen comes, she is gonna get snatch up all the boys 

AND SHE WILL HUNNY

leezajonee

01st Jan 2014

Wednesday // 5pm // 3 months ago

trumpetnista:

I just saw that James Avery just passed away and all I could think of was this scene from Fresh Prince. The ending moment between Will and Uncle Phil was unscripted and it shows how caring and loving James Avery was towards the people he interacted with. Judge Phillip Banks was the first positive black male role model I saw on TV (other than Dr. Heathcliff Huxtable…) and I want to post this in tribute. Mr. Avery, thank you for being a part of my childhood and you will be sorely missed.

27th Dec 2013

Friday // 8pm // 3 months ago

Hey Everyone!

Thank You for following my Blog. I remember only having 20 people, now I have 107, pretty cool. Im in the process of creating a new blog that reflects where I am in my Life now, 3 years after moving to Hawaii.

 Happy New Years! Make it count <3

silentbutgolden

26th Dec 2013

Thursday // 1am // 3 months ago


Pay attention to whom you share your intimate energy with. Intimacy at this level intertwines your aural energy with the aural energy of the other person. These powerful connections, regardless of how insignificant you think they are, leave spiritual debris, particularly within people who do not practice any type of cleansing, physical, emotional or otherwise. The more you interact intimately with someone, the deeper the connection and the more of their aura is intertwined with yours.

Pay attention to whom you share your intimate energy with. Intimacy at this level intertwines your aural energy with the aural energy of the other person. These powerful connections, regardless of how insignificant you think they are, leave spiritual debris, particularly within people who do not practice any type of cleansing, physical, emotional or otherwise. The more you interact intimately with someone, the deeper the connection and the more of their aura is intertwined with yours.

(Source: sensimilliea)

webelieveyou

08th Dec 2013

Sunday // 10am // 4 months ago
Police search for possible Honolulu serial rapist

webelieveyou:

Any of our followers from Oahu?

Stay safe!

fortheloveofhawaii

15th Nov 2013

Friday // 12am // 5 months ago

pixelpal:

please be kind to retail employees this holiday season

that guy who’s sold out of the ps4 doesn’t need you making a scene- chances are you’re the fifth person to yell at him today

if nothing else, give your respect to people this Christmas. It could mean a world of difference to the people that don’t get paid enough to deal with the harassment I’ve seen

08th Oct 2013

Tuesday // 3am // 6 months ago

Learn hot to Code : )

mydownlowache

06th Sep 2013

Friday // 10am // 7 months ago
mydownlowache:

why the fuck is he tryna put it out; minimum wage don’t pay that good. 

mydownlowache:

why the fuck is he tryna put it out; minimum wage don’t pay that good. 

(Source: 103312)

beerburritowhiskey

06th Sep 2013

Friday // 6am // 7 months ago
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I tried to ignore Miley’s antics for as long as I could. After all, her catchphrase said it all – she’s just bein Miley! But when she dropped her video for We Can’t Stop, a catchy, summer-fueled jam made popular by famous hip hop producer Mike WiLL (who’s worked with the likes of Kanye West and Lil Wayne), it became impossible to look the other way.

That’s because We Can’t Stop – not to mention Miley’s Twitter, persona, and overall attitude – is riddled with cultural appropriation. (If you haven’t seen it already, go get ready to vom on your keyboard by watching it here.)

The video features Miley writhing around in an (aptly enough) all-white getup, surrounding herself with black people, who are supposedly her friends and party guests. She’s wearing a gold grill. Black women twerk around her in the background as she grabs their asses and sticks her tongue out cheekily at the camera. Basically, as VICE says, it shows her accessorizing with black people, using them as props to boost her authenticity as she tries a different sound in her music. AKA she literally said to her songwriters, “I want urban, I just want something that just feels Black.”

The message of the song is pretty simple, and matches the tone of most of Miley’s public image recently. She’s all grown now. She’s independent. Whatever, Disney Channel! She’ll do whatever she likes, because she DGAF.

Here’s why you should give a fuck, Miley. Because you grew up steeped in white privilege; with your father’s name, you’ve been wealthy your entire life. Because your simultaneous appropriation and stereotypying of black culture is harmful and oppressive. You can twerk and pretend to be “ratchet” but it only lasts for the three minutes and 34 seconds that you’re on screen, and then you can take it all off and live life as the privileged white girl that you are. Other people of color can’t do that. They have to deal with the awful stereotypes, the racism, the discrimination that comes attached to their non-whiteness.

A comment on the youtube page for “We Can’t Stop” really sums up why everything about this sucks: “I love how miley twerks. its not the casual black girl, big ass, twerk, but a white girl showing off her moves. loved it!” Great – so not only are we into the appropriation and exploitation of black culture for profit, but now we’re mocking and degrading that very culture when it’s authentically performed by black people, only to praise it when it’s performed by white people? Ugh.

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Amy LaCount, “Jay-Z And Azealia Banks Call Out Miley Cyrus On Cultural Appropriation; She Doesn’t Get It”. BUST Magazine  (via navigatethestream)

**BANG. FUCKING. ON. When I was a teen (for about a year), I pulled a Miley. Everyone I grew up with did. We pulled Mileys CONSTANTLY. We misappropriated black culture because we thought it was cool, and it made us … I don’t even know what we thought it made us. Hip? Edgy? Regardless, we were embarrassing. We didn’t know the first thing about where those songs came from, or the history, or why they existed. We just heard what we considered “fuck you” music and because we were teens, and making “fuck you” decisions of our own (very different ones with very different reasons for making them), we believed we could adopt those “fuck you” songs as our own.

We could not. You can listen. You can appreciate. You can like. But you can’t take. That’s what we did. That’s what Miley’s doing. I think of how my friends and I acted in high school thinking we we could identify with gangster rap or black culture, and misappropriating all over the place because we were ignorant. We thought if we smoked weed like Dre (seriously — that was an actual thought we had), we had rights to these songs too. But the difference is that when we got high and drank in public, cops told us to go home — and they only stopped us and broke things apart politely if we were causing a scene.

Is it embarrassing to admit this? Absolutely. But I’ll take responsibility for being an asshole, because that’s how people learn. However, whereas we were 15-year-olds just learning how to use ICQ (it was 2001-2002) Miley Cyrus is a white 21-year-old millionaire who’s made the Internet her own. And by twerking (and, oh god, EVERYTHING ELSE), she’s giving the okay to younger people to do the same. Culture isn’t a novelty — we don’t get to say “Oh that’s a really cute aspect of black culture — I’ll take it!” It’s not a hat. 

I wish I’d known to educate myself when I started listening to hip-hop. There’s a reason it felt weird when I announced how these were “my songs” (it was 13 years ago — I promise I know better now), and there’s a reason we feel weird about watching Miley Cyrus twerk. That reason is misappropriation. So instead of doing anything Miley Cyrus is doing, let’s do the opposite. Let’s educate ourselves about other cultures so we don’t look back at age 27 and think, “Oh my GOD, who the hell did I think I was.” Or worse, “I was a racist asshat.”

And hey, maybe in a few years, Miley Cyrus will educate herself, too.

(via annetdonahue)

I normally ignore Miley and all things Cyrus-related, but this is some excellent observation and criticism.

(via christopherhuff)