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Hi, my name is Joana. I'm a rolling stone. Without a home, like a complete unknown. And I like art a lot.

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Joana. Pansexual. 20. Artist in training. Constantly confused. I don't know where I'm from or where I'm going. I love art and existence.

marinaabramopug:

The public throng to see her live.

18mr:

“When thinking of iconic romance, ask yourself if any imagery (paintings, photographs, film-stills) comes to mind that is not showing heterosexual couples? Probably not,” says photographer Braden Summers of his photo series of everyday gay and lesbian couples from around the globe.

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plannedparenthood:


TRUTH. Love this graphic from the Transcending Gender Project.

plannedparenthood:

TRUTH. Love this graphic from the Transcending Gender Project.

the1janitor:

Two separate eyewitness accounts, telling the exact same story.

(x) and (x)

atane:

elidutton:

owning-my-truth:

atane:

White “allies”

yup.

But if it was “white power” she’d be racist and probably beat. But you know, it’s whatever.

Black power ≠ white power
Black power = Resistance. A response to the abuse and subjugation of white supremacy. Recognizing the humanity of Blackness. Black people uplifting themselves from the margins. A rallying cry of self-love, self-actualization and autonomy. Black power does not mean the subjugation and abuse or torment of white people. It has never meant this and it never will. Show me the examples of “Black power” chants stripping whites of anything.
white power = white supremacy, subjugation, abuse and torment of everyone not white. Anywhere chants of “white power” ring, hatred follows behind. Look no further than the people who scream “white power” and why they say it.
This stuff is not hard to understand or figure out.
The fact that a white woman is in that Ferguson crowd unharmed is proof positive that a chant of “Black power” is not about dehumanizing, abusing, torturing or subjugating white people. Black people are not even in the position to do that. 
On the other hand, ask yourself, what would happen to a lone Black person in a crowd of white supremacists chanting “white power”? Would that black person be safe?
The ignorant think “Black power” means enacting to white people what “white power” has enacted to Black people.

atane:

elidutton:

owning-my-truth:

atane:

White “allies”

yup.

But if it was “white power” she’d be racist and probably beat. But you know, it’s whatever.

Black power ≠ white power

Black power = Resistance. A response to the abuse and subjugation of white supremacy. Recognizing the humanity of Blackness. Black people uplifting themselves from the margins. A rallying cry of self-love, self-actualization and autonomy. Black power does not mean the subjugation and abuse or torment of white people. It has never meant this and it never will. Show me the examples of “Black power” chants stripping whites of anything.

white power = white supremacy, subjugation, abuse and torment of everyone not white. Anywhere chants of “white power” ring, hatred follows behind. Look no further than the people who scream “white power” and why they say it.

This stuff is not hard to understand or figure out.

The fact that a white woman is in that Ferguson crowd unharmed is proof positive that a chant of “Black power” is not about dehumanizing, abusing, torturing or subjugating white people. Black people are not even in the position to do that.

On the other hand, ask yourself, what would happen to a lone Black person in a crowd of white supremacists chanting “white power”? Would that black person be safe?

The ignorant think “Black power” means enacting to white people what “white power” has enacted to Black people.

postracialcomments:

gorlt:

it’s 2014 can we please stop pretending like it’s just a small majority of white people who are racist like please watch the news read a history book

read the comments on every article, every video

watch documentaries

Watch the youtube videos

Look on twitter

Look on tumblr

look on instagram

look on vine

Look outside

look on TV

They are way more than what folks what to believe

nowinexile:

The last words said by Black youth murdered by policemen. 

kim-jong-chill:

what a difference 50 years can make

or not

soyatree:

National Geographic  June 1989

soyatree:

National Geographic  June 1989

skippy-mcdippy replied to your photo “do i look like someone youd like to have living with you im going to…”

your haircut is super cute!

thank you!!! ^_______^

voltizer:

okay this is from spirited away and i think it is possibly the most beautiful thing.

voltizer:

okay this is from spirited away and i think it is possibly the most beautiful thing.

radagaast:

"women shouldn’t have to wear makeup!"

YEAH

"you don’t have to conform to society’s expectations of feminine aesthetics! "

YEAH

"women who don’t wear makeup are better; i only like women who look good without makeup; women who wear makeup are fake; etc."

NOOOOOOOOOOO

reblog if ur an ethereal being of pure light
do i look like someone youd like to have living with you
im going to an interview to find a room and im nervous hello

do i look like someone youd like to have living with you

im going to an interview to find a room and im nervous hello

If you think you are too small to make a difference, try sleeping with a mosquito.
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