1. micdotcom:

    Potent minimalist art sends a strong message about police and vigilante brutality in America

    Journalist and artist Shirin Barghi has created a gripping, thought-provoking series of graphics that not only examines racial prejudice in today’s America, but also captures the sense of humanity that often gets lost in news coverage. Titled “Last Words,” the graphics illustrate the last recorded words by Brown and other young black people — Trayvon Martin, Oscar Grant and others — who have been killed by police in recent years.

    Let us not forget their voices

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  3. the-goddamazon:


    "I’m sick of how bisexuality is erased in LGBT spaces. I get really nervous before any LGBT event, especially Pride. I feel incredibly sad and hopeless when gay and lesbian people call me insulting names. If gay and lesbian people don’t understand me – Continue reading Prejudice at Pride at Empathize This

    This just punched me in the heart.

    Reblogged from: theblasphemouscontessa
  4. santana lopez + text posts (part three)

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  5. wetheurban:

    PHOTOGRAPHY: Color Studies - Pink by Carissa Gallo

    Color Studies: Pink is a stunning photography series by Portland-based photographer Carissa Gallo, aiming to document her recent obsession with a multitude of muted colors.

    Read More

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  6. Codependency isn’t sexy. It isn’t romantic. It’s built with a fuse and will surely burn out. The healthiest thing you can say to the one you love is, “I would be okay without you, and that’s why I choose to stay.”
    LB, A Few Things About Love (via dangervvank)
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  7. tonystarks:

    clap your hands if you’re bisexual, asexual, or any other sexual and get erased by both the heterosexual and homosexual community

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  8. cyb3ranthy:



    Melissa Harris-Perry, Black Female Voices: Who Is Listening?

    I love this woman


    This succinctly explains why black people shame each other.

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  9. My cheeks grow dandelions, and I always thought they were so pretty until I was told they were weeds, and I spend most of my days wondering about the difference, and wondering if I can ever forgive the person who pointed it out.
    Ashley Wylde in Daisies and Dandelions  (via wethinkwedream)
    Reblogged from: hoorayforbutts
  10. voodouqueen:

    His clarification helped i guess

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