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ask me no questions;; i shall tell you no lies .   Submit   Hey there :) I'm Kristina and this is my blog. It isn't anything fancy but it's mine. I post any and everything I feel like. Doctor Who, Harry Potter, Disney, cosplay, cats, etc etc, above and beyond. Tumble on everyone!



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"you know, you’re pretty cute for a black girl"



"Want to be my chocolate princess? "


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"My african queen"


what the fuc-

"ever been with a white guy before? "



"Ya know, you’re so nice. You don’t act like most black girls"


I will never not reblog. Omggg.

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i feel like people who eat breakfast really have their lives together

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"It’s just easier to find photos of white women"

Fuck you.

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#woc  #beautiful black women  #nsfw  #topless 

The problem that needs to be fixed is not kick all the girls out of YA, it’s teach boys that stories featuring female protagonists or written by female authors also apply to them. Boys fall in love. Boys want to be important. Boys have hopes and fears and dreams and ambitions. What boys also have is a sexist society in which they are belittled for “liking girl stuff.” Male is neutral, female is specific.

I heard someone mention that Sarah Rees Brennan’s THE DEMON’S LEXICON would be great for boys, but they’d never read it with that cover. Friends, then the problem is NOT with the book. It’s with the society that’s raising that boy. It’s with the community who inculcated that boy with the idea that he can’t read a book with an attractive guy on the cover.

Here’s how we solve the OMG SO MANY GIRLS IN YA problem: quit treating women like secondary appendages. Quit treating women’s art like it’s a niche, novelty creation only for girls. Quit teaching boys to fear the feminine, quit insisting that it’s a hardship for men to have to relate to anything that doesn’t specifically cater to them.

Because if I can watch Raiders of the Lost Ark and want to grow up to be an archaeologist, there’s no reason at all that a boy shouldn’t be able to read THE DEMON’S LEXICON with its cover on. My friends, sexism doesn’t just hurt women, and our young men’s abysmal rate of attraction to literacy is the proof of it.

If you want to fix the male literary crisis, here’s your solution:

Become a feminist.


The Problem is Not the Books, Saundra Mitchell (via silverstags)

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collab images and shots with moon. (

Those wings though; can we just 🙌

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-finally does laundry-

-never puts away laundry-

-takes clean clothes out from pile until pile is gone-

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You know what’s funny? I think a lot of people view these images as interesting because they’re “unrealistic” or specifically because they feature men of color, anachronistic. I do like them, but I just wanted to add something….

For each of these implied anachronisms, there is a real painting of a real Man of Color from European Art History. (The text for each image is a link to learn more!)

A French Gentleman, c. 1800


Toussaint L’Ouverture, c. 1790s


Alexander Pushkin, 1899


Portrait of Général Thomas Alexandre Dumas (father of author Alexandre Dumas)


Raden Syarif Bustaman Saleh, Javanese Aristocrat and Artist in the Netherlands, 1840


Olaudah Equiano, c. 1840s


Abram Petrovich Gannibal, c. 1690s


Chevalier de Saint-Georges, c. 1780s


Ira Aldridge, Victorian Actor, c. 1840


János Bihari, Composer, c. 1840


The Postillion of Erddig House, 1730


Jack Black of Ystumllyn, Wales, 1754


A Young Eastern European Man c. 1750:


P.S. my favorite from the OP is!!!

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#mr t though  #art  #black men 



a guy at school today was wearing this damn fine red nail polish and I heard these two girls whispering angrily and looking in his direction so I listened in expecting them to be weird about it and the first thing I hear is “how the HELL did he get it so good did he get it professionally done or something you need to ask him where he found that colour jesus fucking christ are you KIDDING me”

I think this is a good example of how the world should work.

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"…there is colonization running through my bloodstream"

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the perfect dress for crushing your enemies.


the perfect dress for crushing your enemies.

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#lupita nyong'o 
Why representation of POC is important, a three generation trillogy


A young black girl decided to not bleach her skin after seeing the success of Lupita Nyong’o.

Lupita Nyong’o was inspired to be an actress after seeing Oprah Winfrey and Whoopi Goldberg in The Color Purple.

Whoopi Goldberg realized she could BE an actress after seeing Nichelle Nichols in Star Trek

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#representation matters