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Thinking Out Loud About Cultural Appropriation
People who are upset over cultural appropriation are completely correct and valid in their opinion.
However, I don’t think wearing jewelry, clothing, or hairstyles from other cultures is bad! 
If you’re racist and wouldn’t hire someone, befriend them, or you give them subtle hints that you don’t like a stranger because of their race (e.i. clutching your belongs when a black person sits next to you on the train) than you are awful.  Even more so if you do all these things with corn rows in your hair.
But is it possible that wearing these things from other cultures might be positive? What if it were the first step to learning about other cultures? What if our lovely PoC in America were super insecure about their culture until it became a part of popular fashion, then they felt less guilt about flaunting it?  What if wearing something that you didn’t know the meaning of started a CONVERSATION
holy shit.
Honestly, talking through things is the only way to solve issues.  I don’t think people should praise appropriation, or ask people to stop all together either.
Instead, I think those who do take from other cultures should be open to hearing about the history and accepting these people more and more into their everyday lives.  And PoC should be more willing (and patient, very very patient because sometimes people are stupid and would rather do as they please but you have to keep fighting the good fight) to teach people around them the meaning of what they’re wearing.

Because lets face it, bindis look great, and so do Native American prints.  Why not take this as an opportunity to teach people about cultural differences? Do you not think that separating people from other cultures will only create more oppression and ignorance about the other people on this planet?

But I’m just thinking out loud.  Please comment/message me and let me know what you think.  No hate please, I’m just trying to start a conversation.
Thinking Out Loud About Cultural Appropriation
People who are upset over cultural appropriation are completely correct and valid in their opinion.
However, I don’t think wearing jewelry, clothing, or hairstyles from other cultures is bad! 
If you’re racist and wouldn’t hire someone, befriend them, or you give them subtle hints that you don’t like a stranger because of their race (e.i. clutching your belongs when a black person sits next to you on the train) than you are awful.  Even more so if you do all these things with corn rows in your hair.
But is it possible that wearing these things from other cultures might be positive? What if it were the first step to learning about other cultures? What if our lovely PoC in America were super insecure about their culture until it became a part of popular fashion, then they felt less guilt about flaunting it?  What if wearing something that you didn’t know the meaning of started a CONVERSATION
holy shit.
Honestly, talking through things is the only way to solve issues.  I don’t think people should praise appropriation, or ask people to stop all together either.
Instead, I think those who do take from other cultures should be open to hearing about the history and accepting these people more and more into their everyday lives.  And PoC should be more willing (and patient, very very patient because sometimes people are stupid and would rather do as they please but you have to keep fighting the good fight) to teach people around them the meaning of what they’re wearing.

Because lets face it, bindis look great, and so do Native American prints.  Why not take this as an opportunity to teach people about cultural differences? Do you not think that separating people from other cultures will only create more oppression and ignorance about the other people on this planet?

But I’m just thinking out loud.  Please comment/message me and let me know what you think.  No hate please, I’m just trying to start a conversation.
Thinking Out Loud About Cultural Appropriation
People who are upset over cultural appropriation are completely correct and valid in their opinion.
However, I don’t think wearing jewelry, clothing, or hairstyles from other cultures is bad! 
If you’re racist and wouldn’t hire someone, befriend them, or you give them subtle hints that you don’t like a stranger because of their race (e.i. clutching your belongs when a black person sits next to you on the train) than you are awful.  Even more so if you do all these things with corn rows in your hair.
But is it possible that wearing these things from other cultures might be positive? What if it were the first step to learning about other cultures? What if our lovely PoC in America were super insecure about their culture until it became a part of popular fashion, then they felt less guilt about flaunting it?  What if wearing something that you didn’t know the meaning of started a CONVERSATION
holy shit.
Honestly, talking through things is the only way to solve issues.  I don’t think people should praise appropriation, or ask people to stop all together either.
Instead, I think those who do take from other cultures should be open to hearing about the history and accepting these people more and more into their everyday lives.  And PoC should be more willing (and patient, very very patient because sometimes people are stupid and would rather do as they please but you have to keep fighting the good fight) to teach people around them the meaning of what they’re wearing.

Because lets face it, bindis look great, and so do Native American prints.  Why not take this as an opportunity to teach people about cultural differences? Do you not think that separating people from other cultures will only create more oppression and ignorance about the other people on this planet?

But I’m just thinking out loud.  Please comment/message me and let me know what you think.  No hate please, I’m just trying to start a conversation.
Thinking Out Loud About Cultural Appropriation
People who are upset over cultural appropriation are completely correct and valid in their opinion.
However, I don’t think wearing jewelry, clothing, or hairstyles from other cultures is bad! 
If you’re racist and wouldn’t hire someone, befriend them, or you give them subtle hints that you don’t like a stranger because of their race (e.i. clutching your belongs when a black person sits next to you on the train) than you are awful.  Even more so if you do all these things with corn rows in your hair.
But is it possible that wearing these things from other cultures might be positive? What if it were the first step to learning about other cultures? What if our lovely PoC in America were super insecure about their culture until it became a part of popular fashion, then they felt less guilt about flaunting it?  What if wearing something that you didn’t know the meaning of started a CONVERSATION
holy shit.
Honestly, talking through things is the only way to solve issues.  I don’t think people should praise appropriation, or ask people to stop all together either.
Instead, I think those who do take from other cultures should be open to hearing about the history and accepting these people more and more into their everyday lives.  And PoC should be more willing (and patient, very very patient because sometimes people are stupid and would rather do as they please but you have to keep fighting the good fight) to teach people around them the meaning of what they’re wearing.

Because lets face it, bindis look great, and so do Native American prints.  Why not take this as an opportunity to teach people about cultural differences? Do you not think that separating people from other cultures will only create more oppression and ignorance about the other people on this planet?

But I’m just thinking out loud.  Please comment/message me and let me know what you think.  No hate please, I’m just trying to start a conversation.
Thinking Out Loud About Cultural Appropriation
People who are upset over cultural appropriation are completely correct and valid in their opinion.
However, I don’t think wearing jewelry, clothing, or hairstyles from other cultures is bad! 
If you’re racist and wouldn’t hire someone, befriend them, or you give them subtle hints that you don’t like a stranger because of their race (e.i. clutching your belongs when a black person sits next to you on the train) than you are awful.  Even more so if you do all these things with corn rows in your hair.
But is it possible that wearing these things from other cultures might be positive? What if it were the first step to learning about other cultures? What if our lovely PoC in America were super insecure about their culture until it became a part of popular fashion, then they felt less guilt about flaunting it?  What if wearing something that you didn’t know the meaning of started a CONVERSATION
holy shit.
Honestly, talking through things is the only way to solve issues.  I don’t think people should praise appropriation, or ask people to stop all together either.
Instead, I think those who do take from other cultures should be open to hearing about the history and accepting these people more and more into their everyday lives.  And PoC should be more willing (and patient, very very patient because sometimes people are stupid and would rather do as they please but you have to keep fighting the good fight) to teach people around them the meaning of what they’re wearing.

Because lets face it, bindis look great, and so do Native American prints.  Why not take this as an opportunity to teach people about cultural differences? Do you not think that separating people from other cultures will only create more oppression and ignorance about the other people on this planet?

But I’m just thinking out loud.  Please comment/message me and let me know what you think.  No hate please, I’m just trying to start a conversation.
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So here I am forcing my bf to look into the camera cuz he hates pics, but it actually turned out alright
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clitreaper:

clitreaper:

Hello everyone. These are pictures of a girl from my school named Cara Golias. She recently went missing on Sunday of September 28th and we all are very worried about where she might be. She lives in the northern Virginia area near Washington, D.C. in a county named Fairfax. So if you are from that area please take a moment to read this. She is 16 years old, has hazel eyes, brown hair, and is about 115 pounds. Please share this so we can help her achieve a swift and safe return. Even if you aren’t from this area, sharing this may help notify someone who does, everything counts.

Please read and reblog this so my friend can come home.
clitreaper:

clitreaper:

Hello everyone. These are pictures of a girl from my school named Cara Golias. She recently went missing on Sunday of September 28th and we all are very worried about where she might be. She lives in the northern Virginia area near Washington, D.C. in a county named Fairfax. So if you are from that area please take a moment to read this. She is 16 years old, has hazel eyes, brown hair, and is about 115 pounds. Please share this so we can help her achieve a swift and safe return. Even if you aren’t from this area, sharing this may help notify someone who does, everything counts.

Please read and reblog this so my friend can come home.
clitreaper:

clitreaper:

Hello everyone. These are pictures of a girl from my school named Cara Golias. She recently went missing on Sunday of September 28th and we all are very worried about where she might be. She lives in the northern Virginia area near Washington, D.C. in a county named Fairfax. So if you are from that area please take a moment to read this. She is 16 years old, has hazel eyes, brown hair, and is about 115 pounds. Please share this so we can help her achieve a swift and safe return. Even if you aren’t from this area, sharing this may help notify someone who does, everything counts.

Please read and reblog this so my friend can come home.
clitreaper:

clitreaper:

Hello everyone. These are pictures of a girl from my school named Cara Golias. She recently went missing on Sunday of September 28th and we all are very worried about where she might be. She lives in the northern Virginia area near Washington, D.C. in a county named Fairfax. So if you are from that area please take a moment to read this. She is 16 years old, has hazel eyes, brown hair, and is about 115 pounds. Please share this so we can help her achieve a swift and safe return. Even if you aren’t from this area, sharing this may help notify someone who does, everything counts.

Please read and reblog this so my friend can come home.
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Saying important stuff shouldn’t feel corny or uncomfortable, feminist isnt a dirty word, and to be honest and angry about the world shouldn’t turn other people off or alienate them. it should bring people together
The Rhetoric of White Privilege in America
Why I Chose To ID As 'Queer' Instead Of 'Bisexual':
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Q: Why do black people straighten their hair if non-black people can't get corn row/ box braid/ whatever you consider a "black" hairstyle
Asked by vend-etta
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asthmarecords:

just some pics from the concerts I went to this summer
sucks to think festival season is over :’(

i dont really get to take a lot of pics cause im usually under the influence of something (hehe) and i get really into the shows so i dont got time to pull out my phone (also, its always dead)
but occasionally, i have time snap a pic, and it is always blurry
so enjoy (click pic for info)
asthmarecords:

just some pics from the concerts I went to this summer
sucks to think festival season is over :’(

i dont really get to take a lot of pics cause im usually under the influence of something (hehe) and i get really into the shows so i dont got time to pull out my phone (also, its always dead)
but occasionally, i have time snap a pic, and it is always blurry
so enjoy (click pic for info)
asthmarecords:

just some pics from the concerts I went to this summer
sucks to think festival season is over :’(

i dont really get to take a lot of pics cause im usually under the influence of something (hehe) and i get really into the shows so i dont got time to pull out my phone (also, its always dead)
but occasionally, i have time snap a pic, and it is always blurry
so enjoy (click pic for info)
asthmarecords:

just some pics from the concerts I went to this summer
sucks to think festival season is over :’(

i dont really get to take a lot of pics cause im usually under the influence of something (hehe) and i get really into the shows so i dont got time to pull out my phone (also, its always dead)
but occasionally, i have time snap a pic, and it is always blurry
so enjoy (click pic for info)
asthmarecords:

just some pics from the concerts I went to this summer
sucks to think festival season is over :’(

i dont really get to take a lot of pics cause im usually under the influence of something (hehe) and i get really into the shows so i dont got time to pull out my phone (also, its always dead)
but occasionally, i have time snap a pic, and it is always blurry
so enjoy (click pic for info)
asthmarecords:

just some pics from the concerts I went to this summer
sucks to think festival season is over :’(

i dont really get to take a lot of pics cause im usually under the influence of something (hehe) and i get really into the shows so i dont got time to pull out my phone (also, its always dead)
but occasionally, i have time snap a pic, and it is always blurry
so enjoy (click pic for info)
asthmarecords:

just some pics from the concerts I went to this summer
sucks to think festival season is over :’(

i dont really get to take a lot of pics cause im usually under the influence of something (hehe) and i get really into the shows so i dont got time to pull out my phone (also, its always dead)
but occasionally, i have time snap a pic, and it is always blurry
so enjoy (click pic for info)
asthmarecords:

just some pics from the concerts I went to this summer
sucks to think festival season is over :’(

i dont really get to take a lot of pics cause im usually under the influence of something (hehe) and i get really into the shows so i dont got time to pull out my phone (also, its always dead)
but occasionally, i have time snap a pic, and it is always blurry
so enjoy (click pic for info)
asthmarecords:

just some pics from the concerts I went to this summer
sucks to think festival season is over :’(

i dont really get to take a lot of pics cause im usually under the influence of something (hehe) and i get really into the shows so i dont got time to pull out my phone (also, its always dead)
but occasionally, i have time snap a pic, and it is always blurry
so enjoy (click pic for info)
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“ By way of response, Casablancas leads the Voidz in a spirited and deeply embarrassing serenade of “For He’s a Jolly Good Fellow.”“
Not at all the best part of this article…but could you imagine?
“ By way of response, Casablancas leads the Voidz in a spirited and deeply embarrassing serenade of “For He’s a Jolly Good Fellow.”“
Not at all the best part of this article…but could you imagine?
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I’ve made a portfolio site for myself :>
There are a few more things that need to be photographed and put up but I think it’s lookin pretty good for now. +theres a mobile version
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I took this pic one night at my old place. everyone in the house and two girls from canada got fuuucked up, and started dressing up for polaroids and smoking sobranie cigarettes like douches
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dagger-kitsune:

baelor:

OK SOME REALLY SERIOUS SHIT IS HAPPENING IN NORTH KOREA
According to South Korean newspapers, last week the North Korean government PUBLICLY EXECUTED 80 people in 7 cities for watching South Korean/Western shows, movies, and videos, “pornography,” or possessing a Bible.
Apparently people’s attitudes and conformance are changing SO THIS IS HOW THE GOVERNMENT IS TRYING TO SUPPRESS DISOBEDIENCE
They allegedly herded 10,000 innocent civilians into a stadium where they were FORCED TO WATCH THE EXECUTIONS BY MACHINE GUN FIRE
THIS IS HONESTLY SOME HUNGER GAMES SHIT HAPPENING IN REAL LIFE RIGHT NOW
some of the more reputable sources: x, x

Other sources: The Sydney Morning Herald    The Los Angeles Times
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forever takin blurry pics but this is the lil alley cat i adopted. hes a little cute, a little obnoxious.
store urination count: 2 (bad cat)
forever takin blurry pics but this is the lil alley cat i adopted. hes a little cute, a little obnoxious.
store urination count: 2 (bad cat)