justbeingaslut:

i just really hope all of you find someone who is really cool that you can love and have sex with and all that shit but you can also talk politics and about evolution. someone you don’t cling to at parties but you nonchalantly grab their ass when you walk by them in the crowd and someone you reach for at 2am in between dreams to cuddle.

imbryonykate:

Send me a ‘hi’ and I will put my playlist on shuffle, write down the first line of five songs and give it to you as a poem.

➢ DESTINY 
destinations

bossuary:

Some of the Dragon Age: Inquisition origin stories.

(for each race the only difference in the language is between the melee and mage classes)

etall:

Commission for Dark-Frostwind.

Ancient Egypt was not a mixed society.
Ancient Egypt was PITCHED BLACK until the 7th century AD, when Indo Aryans called Arabs invaded from Central Asia.
For 99 percent of Egyptian history, Egypt was as BLACK as Nigeria, as BLACK as Congo, and as BLACK as Senegal.
King Tut was a dark skinned black man,
Queen Tiye was a beautiful and EXTREMELY dark skinned woman.
Hatshepsut was also very very very dark skinned.
Even during the Ptolemaic period of Kemet, the Egyptians were primarily African.
The fact that the most advanced civilization of human history was composed primarily of Black People is the most annoying and frustrating thing to white supremacist historians today.

mymissus:

Not to take my newfound tolerance of Taylor Swift immediately to the next level, but I think this is an important learning moment for Tumblr:

I’ve been seeing a lot of messages going around about the “cultural appropriation” of using twerkers in the Shake It Off video. It’s not. Let me delineate the difference between cultural appropriation and cultural representation.

It’s pretty clear in the Shake It Off video that Taylor is not good at any of these dances. Not twerking, not ballet, not interpretive. She is clearly set apart from all of these dance forms and the cultures they may or may not be a part of. The plot of the video is that she tries to fit in in all these places, but in the end she just needs to shake her white booty in some Keds. She is not taking on the twerking culture as her own. She is not claiming she has an authentic role in it. She is allowing the people who ARE authentically a part of it to demonstrate it and keeping herself separate from it. This is cultural representation and it’s harmless.

Cultural appropriation is when Miley Cyrus claims she - as a rich and famous white girl - has any authentic ownership over twerking or its related culture. It’s when she puts herself as the central focal point of said culture in her video and implies that she is a representative of it, like it’s all about “her and her girls.”

I don’t make this distinction because I think it’s important that Taylor get away with shit and Miley does not. I make it because I’m concerned “cultural appropriation” is becoming a Tumblr buzzword that’s used as an excuse to write an enraged anonymous message about a pop star you don’t like instead of an actual social and pop cultural issue. I’m concerned you’re throwing it out there to get notes.

I’m concerned you keep using that word. But I do not think it means what you think it means.

smootymormonhelldream:

Amnesty International just got real.

englishsnow:

 sarah L

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Every man wanted her. But one man dared to love her.