Iggy isn’t a rapper.
She doesn’t have bars
Or a flow for that matter
Bet money you tell her to freestyle on the spot she’ll either make an excuse or be stuttering
PSA: REGARDING “FUCKBOY”
im real sick of seeing fuckboy everywhere. Like it makes me sick to my stomach. ive made several posts about it and they didn’t get reblogged or noticed in any way so lets try this again:
"fuckboy" is a slur for a trans male. It’s disgusting and to me is as derogatory as any other prominent transgender slur (EX:tr*nny, d*ckgirl, etc). It strips down a transgender male to their parts basically as if they were some sexual object.
please stop using this term or at least fucking TAG it because its really upsetting me and im sure it’s upsetting a lot of trans males too.
lmao holy shit
The term fuckboy is a slang term that originated in black communities to describe any men who are rude, basic, trifling, or in any way fucked up. It has never been trans specific, but if you are seeing it applied to a lot of trans men, there might be a reason for 0that.
Now please, stop embarrassing yourself.
I CAN’T BREATHE HOW IS THIS REAL LMFAOOOOOOOOOOO
WHAT KIND OF WHITE RE-DEFINING???????????
See, this is what happens when white people (and non Black people in general) start thinking they know something about words being used in the Black queer community. Like, no. You invited yourself and then got yoself alllll fucked up. Also edited the actual slurs because it seems like OP is not a person that experiences transmisogyny, in addition to not knowing nothing about no Black folks.
I am still not over this.
This is the biggest reach of 2014.
I knew something like this was going to happen.
Journalist and artist Shirin Barghi has created a gripping, thought-provoking series of graphics that not only examines racial prejudice in today’s America, but also captures the sense of humanity that often gets lost in news coverage. Titled “Last Words,” the graphics illustrate the last recorded words by Brown and other young black people — Trayvon Martin, Oscar Grant and others — who have been killed by police in recent years.
KKK handed out flyers last night in St. Louis area (10/09)
it reads, “You can sleep tonight knowing the Klan is awake!”
nothing to see here guys. just law abiding KKK members that are an obvious hate group trying to terrorize black people…..again…
"If you feel you need extra protection please call us instead" implies that the police is mutually exclusive from the KKK when we all know they’re not.
He sounds better than Lorde tho
I was not at all prepared.
I wasn’t ready.
EXCUSE THE FUCK OUTA ME LIL NIGGGA.
jaw dropped damn fam
what is life even??
YOU GO BOY!
Parineeti Chopra speaks out about the attitude Indian men have towards women and their periods (menstrual cycle). [X]
Superman II - The Richard Donner Cut
#Superman #Lois Lane
Always remember, Lois Lane is the best.
Today in history: Ella Baker - December 13, 1903 - December 13, 1986.
Ella Baker was a key but mostly behind the scenes leader in the Black freedom struggle from the 1930s until she passed in 1986. She worked together with well known leaders such as W. E. B. Du Bois, A. Philip Randolph, and Martin Luther King Jr., working in the NAACP, the Southern Christian Leadership Conference (SCLC), and playing a key initiating and mentoring role with the historic Black student movement of the 1960s, helping guide and train the leaders of the Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee (SNCC). Her leadership was key in the historic freedom rides, the sit-in movement and the voter registration movement in the Deep South. She also helped form the Mississippi Freedom Democratic Party (MFDP) which challenged the all-white Mississippi Democratic Party causing a national crisis at the DNC in 1964. After the early 1960s she continued to struggle for the rest of her life on many issues like freeing Angela Davis, in support of Puerto Rican political prisoners, the anti-apartheid movement, women’s movement and peace movement. Baker emphasized the importance of linking the struggles for civil rights and civil liberties.
Sweet Honey in the Rock wrote a song in her honor, Ella’s Song: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=U6Uus—gFrc
Via Freedom Road Socialist Organization (Fight Back!)
”’How do you explain to your child, she was born to be hurt?' This line from Imitation of Life evokes the United States in its last desperate years of institutionalized racism. It seems more than coincidence that Douglas Sirk filmed his masterpiece in late summer of 1958, less than three years after Rosa Parks sat down in that bus in Montgomery and Rev. Martin Luther King Jr. led the boycott. Only a few years earlier, neither Hollywood nor the American public would have accepted this picture. (Even the 1934 Imitation of Life, conservative, safe, and devoid of subtext, encountered roadblocks…) In the spirit of those times, what might Juanita Moore’s lines to Lana Turner— ‘How do you explain to your child, she was born to be hurt?’ —have meant to audiences north and south when the film opened in 1959? What does it mean today? And how might we, in the ‘progressive’ twenty-first century, explain to those audiences at the the tail end of a similar era, that so much has changed, and so little?”
—Sam Staggs, Born to Be Hurt: The Untold Story of Imitation of Life