deadvibe:

i’m really good at making plans and then not wanting to do them when the time comes

mareeps:

my favorite mythical creatures are the happy girls in tampon commercials


The best coffee is sipped outside on a cold morning that’s full of possibilities.

The best coffee is sipped outside on a cold morning that’s full of possibilities.

thevoodooboy:

naviwing:

Really sure these are from 

BeautySpot.

I need this because of reasons.

How beautiful would it be to find someone who’s in love with your mind.
(via c-isnenegro)
aberrates:

homework days need selfie breaks man my life is a riot

aberrates:

homework days need selfie breaks man my life is a riot

In one recent study 626 white students at more than two dozen colleges and universities kept journals for just a few weeks in one semester of racial events, discussions, and performances they encountered. They recorded a large number, nearly 7,000 instances, of clearly racist events—a number that, if calculated out for a whole year and for all white college students, might be in the hundreds of millions of such events per year. Many of these racist events were in backstage settings with white relatives or acquaintances, but others were in settings with a racially diverse group of people present. The diaries indicate that racist commentaries, joking, and actions are still commonplace among younger, better-educated whites.

Moreover, examining these thousands of accounts, we find that African Americans are the non-European group that obsesses or preoccupies a large proportion of these whites. African Americans appear in a substantial majority of all the racist commentaries, racist jokes, and other racialized performances reported by these students from various regions. Other racial groups, such as Native Americans, Latinos, and Asian Americans, are periodically targeted, but verbal and other attacks on them make up only a minority of the events recorded by these students. Clearly, much social science research shows that most whites have a more developed framing of black Americans than of other U.S. groups of color.
Joe Feagin, The White Racial Frame (via wretchedoftheearth)

so once again, non-Black POCs, Black people are not the ones you need to be “reminding” that you exist.

(via so-treu)
I want every piece of me to crash into every piece of you,
I swear to god that’s how they make stars.
Mary Lambert, from Sarasvatī (via shakingpalms)

nakedmonkey:

bloggingwithbourbon:

litchfieldprisonblues:

NATASHA’S FACE

Bahahahaha

hehehehe

tselliotknits:

Oh.

My.

God.

I’m hardly the woman I was a year ago.