I used Wet and Wild lipstick that belongs to @angiekins05 it’s fiyaaaaaa “Vamp it up” $2 😻👄💄⚡️ #makeup#purplehair#verticallabret

I used Wet and Wild lipstick that belongs to @angiekins05 it’s fiyaaaaaa “Vamp it up” $2 😻👄💄⚡️ #makeup#purplehair#verticallabret

dichotomized:

U.S. Martin Luther King Jr was pelted by rocks as he marched nonviolently for the Chicago Freedom Movement, 1966, which was the most ambitious civil rights campaign in the North of the United States, and lasted from mid-1965 to early 1967. The men in the image are protecting him from the rocks.

dichotomized:

U.S. Martin Luther King Jr was pelted by rocks as he marched nonviolently for the Chicago Freedom Movement, 1966, which was the most ambitious civil rights campaign in the North of the United States, and lasted from mid-1965 to early 1967. The men in the image are protecting him from the rocks.

tarntino:

kind brunette takes homeless man on date to fancy los angeles restaurant and let’s him ramble about why wayne’s world 2 was better than the first one

bahahahahahahahahahaha

tarntino:

kind brunette takes homeless man on date to fancy los angeles restaurant and let’s him ramble about why wayne’s world 2 was better than the first one

bahahahahahahahahahaha

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wetheurban:

ART: Portraits of Presidents with Tits on Their Faces

Emily Deutchman’s “Presidents with Boob Faces” are exactly what it sounds like: a collection of paintings of the United States presidents with breasts appended to their facial features.

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micdotcom:

Taylor Swift’s song is catchy but did she have to accessorize with black women’s bodies?

It’s hard to criticize Taylor Swift’s new single, “Shake It Off,” because it’s all about how dumb her haters are. Then again, when you intentionally culturally appropriate and then make a mockery of people who don’t want you to culturally appropriate, you sort of deserve to be criticized.

Released yesterday, the video is clearly meant for a younger audience — as you can tell from the tutus — but that only makes it more offensive when Swift dons gold hoop earrings and chains, high-top kicks and cut-off shorts and begins twerking. That’s also the moment when the whole video devolves into racist stereotyping and cultural appropriation. Swift is seen crawling underneath a black woman’s legs, looking up into her nether regions as she twerks to the beat of Swift’s song. She seems to think there’s something funny about all the talk about cultural appropriation in music.

Why her video is so problematic Follow micdotcom 

You all realize that by linking the video in this article it’s just adding to the number of views it gets on her Vevo channel……..I haven’t watched it.

shortcuttothestars:

dunkelaesthetik:

So I kind of made another one for the Wizard/Witch contest …

Oh I LOVE this one! Excellent mixing of textures <3

shortcuttothestars:

dunkelaesthetik:

So I kind of made another one for the Wizard/Witch contest …

Oh I LOVE this one! Excellent mixing of textures <3