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lochnessmorgan:

How To Get Away With Murder - Summary

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aseaofquotes:

Andrea Cremer/David Levithan, Invisbility

So much truth here. 

aseaofquotes:

Andrea Cremer/David Levithan, Invisbility

So much truth here. 

(via wretchedoftheearth)

"I can go to any time… in the past. I don’t want to go to the future and find out what happens to white people because we are gonna pay hard for this shit. You gotta know that. We’re not just gonna fall from number one to two. They’re gonna hold us down and fuck us in the ass forever. And we totally deserve it!" (x)

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chrysanthedads said: I'm just wondering what you want to happen to Shane Dawson? should he be banned from Youtube or?

chescaleigh:

I’m not asking for anyone to be banned from YouTube. But hate speech is against the site’s terms of service and there should be consequences. Instead he continues to be rewarded for this kind of behavior. Sam was banned from Vidcon over ONE video. Shane has done his modern day minstrel show act AT VIDCON and faced no repercussions. It’d be nice if he’d acknowledge why these thing are problematic, apologize to his audience and stop doing them. But I highly doubt that’ll happen. The same way the YouTube community called for Sam Pepper to remove his “prank” videos where he sexually assaults women, I think the videos where Shane uses the n-word, does blackface and parodies black people and makes rape and molestation jokes should be removed from YouTube. 

Numerous popular YouTubers came out to say they won’t stand for homophobia or misogyny in the community but remain silent on issues of racism, which their audience needs to hear about. It’s disappointing that POC don’t get the same level of support that more “mainstream” issues do on YouTube. And even if the videos aren’t removed, I’d at least like to see those same high profile creators take a stand and say this isn’t ok and we won’t support it. Start the conversation about why this isn’t ok. Normalizing racism has serious consequences, the same way sexism and homophobia have consequences. Unfortunately the majority of the YouTube audience isn’t going to listen or care unless it comes from a high profile (ahem WHITE) content creator. According to the fans I’m just “jealous” and “playing the race card”. And that’s a big part of the problem and a whole different story…

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“When you finally let go, it is like opening your front door and seeing yourself standing there again.

Welcome home, it’s been so long.”
— Tina Tran, The Art of Letting Go (via larmoyante)

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Brad Pitt 1988.

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afrogirlwonder:

Relevant

I’ve been waiting for someone to make this a gif

damn near 30 years ago and still relevant

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