maia-aki

Dear White Girls who have biracial kids,

thotstothinkabout:

black-american-queen:

Your vagina is not magical. By screwing a man of color and producing biracial children you have not “fought the good fight against racism in America”.

You better recognize your precious brown babies may be gunned down in the streets along with the rest of us and start doing some work now.

Tell em’!!!!!!!!

dynastylnoire
marcingorthot:

modestmojo:

prettyboyshyflizzy:

supamuthafuckinvillain:

queefdollaz:

labias:

……………

tyler stanced up in the chair like “naaah ya feet dirty like shit mo n why is u poppin ya pussy on da prius”

Stop these white bitches. Pls. Don’t nobody wanna see ur elongated back attempting to go up and down. U and ur thirsty ass, dumb fucking friends that thought this was a good idea need to cut this shit out and go sit ur 12 year old no having ass in the fucking corner.

she had to do all that? she coulda just asked

Imagine he was like “nah chill”

Lmaooooooo

marcingorthot:

modestmojo:

prettyboyshyflizzy:

supamuthafuckinvillain:

queefdollaz:

labias:

……………

tyler stanced up in the chair like “naaah ya feet dirty like shit mo n why is u poppin ya pussy on da prius”

Stop these white bitches. Pls. Don’t nobody wanna see ur elongated back attempting to go up and down. U and ur thirsty ass, dumb fucking friends that thought this was a good idea need to cut this shit out and go sit ur 12 year old no having ass in the fucking corner.

she had to do all that? she coulda just asked

Imagine he was like “nah chill”

Lmaooooooo

dynastylnoire

hifructosemag:

Kehinde Wiley’s (Hi-Fructose Vol. 29) opulent portraiture subtly stirs the status quo. As an American artist, Wiley honed his craft in accordance with a legacy of Euro-centric art history that left him simultaneously awed and alienated. One would be hard-pressed to find a grandiose portrait of a person of color in the works of the Renaissance masters in the Met or the Louvre. This is the motivating factor of Wiley’s oeuvre: to elevate images of average people of African descent through his ornate depictions, exposing the singular beauty of his subjects through dramatic compositions that evoke the Baroque period.

While he started out this aesthetic exploration by scouting subjects in major US cities, Wiley’s art has taken him all over the world to work with people of the global African diaspora. His latest series, “The World Stage: Haiti” is currently on view at Roberts & Tilton Gallery in Culver City and features 12 new paintings based on his recent travels. Read more on Hi-Fructose

dynastylnoire

When I say ‘I’ve never seen Dirty Dancing, any Aflred Hitchcock movie, any Star Wars film, the Die Hard series, the Terminator movies, that dancing one Kevin Beacon is famous for, Top Gun, a James Bond movie, etc,’ you should see the look on people’s faces. Black people who have immersed themselves in dominant culture kinda give me a ‘really?’ look, but white people are simply flabbergasted. They’re confused, lost, sometimes offended. But then if I ask them ‘well, have you seen Coming To America, Crooklyn, Lean On Me, Raisin In The Sun, Do The Right Thing, School Daze, Harlem Nights, Women of Brewster Place, The Color Purple, etc,’ those same white people seem taken back that they would have been expected to see those films/play.

It’s like this entitlement to have your cultural phenomena known and appreciated when you clearly refuse to even acknowledge the contributions of others.

Not only do people of color tend to be intimately familiar with the cultural tastes of white people while having our cultural contributions ignored when not being appropriated, we’re expected to…and that’s where I have a problem.

christel-thoughts

This!!!! This…is so important. I am tired of White supremacy being the standard by which what aspects of popular culture are determined to be valuable or not. And truly sick of Black culture being simultaneously hyper-consumed for appropriation, but erased through devaluation.

(via gradientlair)

dynastylnoire

chescaleigh:

chescaleigh:

Here’s Why Racism’s Not “Just Comedy” (via chescaleigh)

Here are some of the things I talked about in this video:

YouTube Star Posts “Prank” Assaulting Women

An Open Letter To Sam Pepper By Laci Green

Sam Pepper Exposed By Laci Green

Interview With The YouTubers Behind “Hood Pranks”

A Few Thoughts On The Recent YouTube Scandals

My Tumblr Posts About Shane Dawson’s Problematic Content

Bring Charges Against Officer Who Killed Eric Garner

Renisha McBride shot and killed after asking for help after car accident

What’s Happening In Ferguson

Kendrec McDade, unarmed and shot by the police

John Crawford, shot by the police after 911 caller admits to lying about unloaded BB gun

Getting Called Out: How To Apologize 

YouTube Star Shane Dawson Apologizes For Blackface Videos But I’m Not Buying It

Now with closed captions! Yay!