1. wilfrey:

Cakes Da Killa inspires me y’all


    Cakes Da Killa inspires me y’all

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  2. verbose-vespertine:


    Designer Goula Figeura’s Orwell day bed lets you easily shut yourself off from the outside world with its light and noise-cancelling curtains.

    I have a MIGHTY NEED.

    Reblogged from: alilmonsterlivesinside
  3. hexualsealing:

    heres a tip if you want your feminism to be genuinely inclusive stop equating breasts, periods, XX chromosomes with femininity because a lot of women dont have these things and a lot of men and nonbinary people do have these things

    Reblogged from: dreadfulstripper
  4. juusan-yearoldmind:

    Who else is ready for Halloween?

    Reblogged from: mrelisha26
  5. abstractelements:

tomorrow’s leaders, brooklyn 2013 *i feel lucky that I was able to capture a moment in front of this mural before it was gone. life truly does give you gifts


    tomorrow’s leaders, brooklyn 2013 *i feel lucky that I was able to capture a moment in front of this mural before it was gone. life truly does give you gifts

    Reblogged from: abstractelements
  6. blackmalemodels:

    Chelsea Bravo S/S 2015 Collection: Concourse

    love this!!

    Reblogged from: wilfrey
  7. postwhitesociety:

    500 million dollar goal? I love her

    Reblogged from: atentativeschedule
  8. naturalblkguysrock:

MunirZakee, Atlanta, GA
IG: munirzakeeSite: www.munirzakee.com


    MunirZakee, Atlanta, GA
    IG: munirzakee
    Site: www.munirzakee.com
    Reblogged from: atentativeschedule
  9. tomboybklyn:

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  10. msnbc:

    Meet 16 activists at the front lines of immigration reform

    For National Hispanic Heritage month, we’re featuring a wide array of Latino activists at the forefront of immigration reform. The series highlights activists from teenager Carmen Lima, who was just 13 years old when she confronted Speaker of the House John Boehner about pushing immigration legislation, to former Arizona State Sen. Majority leader Alfredo Guiterrez, who has dedicated his life to representing immigrants in Arizona and now considers himself “an old man of the movement.”

    In the wide-ranging interviews, activists show that there are many ways to be involved in the immigration reform movement but being fearless is a common denominator across the board. “In the political realm, undocumented people have risked a great deal to stop deportations,” Marisa Franco of #Not1more Deportation Campaign said. “That’s not fearful, that’s courageous, and I think some elected officials should take note and match that courage.”

    Whether an undocumented activist or an American activist, there are huge risks to being outspoken in the debate over immigration and even more so in the fight to protect the 11.3 million undocumented immigrants in the U.S. While President Obama and Congress have yet to reach a resolution on the issue, these are 16 activists, among hundreds of others, who continue to provide critical support services, legal aid, and compassion to immigrant communities. 

    “I can’t just stop now,” Lima said. “People are counting on us.”

    Reblogged from: msnbc
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  13. fuckyeahmarxismleninism:

    Manila, Philippines: Protest at the U.S. embassy, October 16, 2014:

    Justice for Jennifer Laude!
    Junk Visiting Forces Agreement!
    Fight for National Sovereignty!
    US Troops OUT NOW!

    Photos: Southern Tagalog Exposure

    Reblogged from: fuckyeahmarxismleninism
  14. New Trans History Book Available For Free Online


    (Cover of a 90’s Japanese FTM zine held by the Archives.)

    The University of Victoria Libraries has just published a new book, The Transgender Archives: Foundations for the Future, by Dr. Aaron Devor. The book describes the collections that make up the Transgender Archives at the…

    Reblogged from: transguys
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