surprisebitch:

babe, dear, and hun sound so weak and cliché. if you were mine, i’ll call you lieutenant, sergeant, general, commander. you’ll be my authority figure

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bluntcrusher:

lets blow this joint

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AND FUCK SHIT UP

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hestheoriginal:

"Which is annoying."

hestheoriginal:

"Which is annoying."

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grievousgrimalkin:

upperstories:

kyeju:

Read a post recently on the difference between poster art and DVD cover art. In that light, I thought I’d share some of my favorite movie posters from Disney Animated Canon. When the piece you use to represent an artistic achievement is a work of art in its’ own right, you have something truly special on your hands.

[LOUD, WISTFUL SIGH]

I’ll be honest; this post about made me cry.

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whitegirlsaintshit:

nedahoyin:

toneyspeaksloud:

Nicki Minaj shining a light on the differences on acceptable sexuality from white women and black women.

While it has a good deal to do with color, it also has to do with the fact of how her sexuality is used.

The women above her could arguably be said to be catering to the sexual needs/wants/fantasies of men (Sports Illustrated is ESPECIALLY known for catering to a male gaze.)  While Nicki Minaj has continuously used her sexuality to empower herself.  Her sexuality isn’t for men, it’s for her own self.  And THAT is a huge problem.  Sexuality that isn’t designed for male consumption is deemed unacceptable and threatening.  She is powerful, demanding, uncompromising, and men are weak, so that scares them.

And it’s also because she’s of Indian/Black background, no doubt about it.  It’s not just racist, it’s also sexist.

#reblog again

*Lemongrab voice* UNACCEPTABLE

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