SHAVEDHEADSMYSTICRED

27yrs |
Toronto - Born and raised|
No one laughs more than me|
FOCUSED
🎶Lil bit of gold and a pager 🎶

🎶Lil bit of gold and a pager 🎶

Steppin’ out

Steppin’ out

melaninprincess:

rihannasblunt:

You must remember waking up in Paris with the blunt.

You must remember fucking me like anytime you want.

What made us want to act like we were married for two weeks.

Now we back in California we don’t even speak that a no no.

Everyone say we look good on paper. You deserve the action.

Plus you get more paper that I do. That shit attractive. Things that make me miss ya.

Where Jen & Melissa? Tell the squad I said waddup girl.

i keep trying to root for drake but it’ s so difficult

#PrayForAubrey

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lovelyandbrown:

nobodiesofnote:

Oh…em…gawd!!

little chocolate angel

lovelyandbrown:

nobodiesofnote:

Oh…em…gawd!!

little chocolate angel

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The oddest things hurt me. They get stuck in my head and replay over and over.

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I’ve wasted so many thoughts on something that will never happen.

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luvyourmane:

Just in case you were thinking about getting scissor-happy

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bigbeautifulblackgirls:

This is a problem and I really don’t think people know it. I really think people feel like they mean well when they say things like “Big girls need love too.” Whether people mean well or not, that is a highly problematic statement that women need to stop accepting. What do you mean “too”? Like “also”? Like, in addition to other classifications of girls, “big girls” should be loved? I don’t like that subliminal separation. Actually ALL girls, all women, all beings require and deserve love. Saying “big girls need love too” makes the assumption that fat women generally do not have love and that is an awful generalization to make. I don’t want to be used as a figurehead for words like that. I have love. I have never been without love. I’m not in need of love, though I always welcome it. So what is actually meant to be conveyed? Is this another one of those “I’ve been conditioned to view overweight and obese women as disgusting, but I somehow, regrettably, find you attractive, and because I have a sociological issue with your fat I need to euphemize and shrink what I feel is wrong with you in order to address you without the risk of embarrassment” statements? Miss me with it. I don’t want it. What big girls actually need is for you to hush.

^AMEN

bigbeautifulblackgirls:

This is a problem and I really don’t think people know it. I really think people feel like they mean well when they say things like “Big girls need love too.” Whether people mean well or not, that is a highly problematic statement that women need to stop accepting. What do you mean “too”? Like “also”? Like, in addition to other classifications of girls, “big girls” should be loved? I don’t like that subliminal separation. Actually ALL girls, all women, all beings require and deserve love. Saying “big girls need love too” makes the assumption that fat women generally do not have love and that is an awful generalization to make. I don’t want to be used as a figurehead for words like that. I have love. I have never been without love. I’m not in need of love, though I always welcome it. So what is actually meant to be conveyed? Is this another one of those “I’ve been conditioned to view overweight and obese women as disgusting, but I somehow, regrettably, find you attractive, and because I have a sociological issue with your fat I need to euphemize and shrink what I feel is wrong with you in order to address you without the risk of embarrassment” statements? Miss me with it. I don’t want it. What big girls actually need is for you to hush.

^AMEN

gxxdgxxn:

A$AP Rocky & Chanel Iman for Vogue September 2014

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ghdos:

2am-poetry:

stereoculturesociety:

CultureHISTORY: The Man from #Ferguson

On August 13th, when all hell broke loose in Ferguson, a local photographer captured this photo which has gone nationwide. It’s an image of a black man with dreads wearing an American flag shirt, throwing a tear gas canister back at the police officers while holding a bag of chips. He later said that he was only trying to get the canister away from him and some kids standing nearby.

His name is Edward (all we know so far) and he has become sort of a folk hero. Once people found him on Twitter, the salutes have not stopped and his feed is full ‘thank yous’ and respect from around the U.S. and the world. An artist has already done a rendering as a painting. Something about this photo has captivated people beyond any other and it’s become an iconic image of the protests.
I suspect he’ll be hitting the media circuits soon. Now that he’s gone national, he was thinking of changing his handle but people convinced him to leave it as is.  Twitter: @eyeFLOODpanties.

Proof that someone’s social media personality, personal photos, life or stereotypical cultural actions through these vapid mediums does DOES NOT mean they do not stand for justice, do not wish to be terrorized, do not wish to be killed. Yes, his twitter name is vulgar, yes he’s black, has dreads and is eating a bag of chips in this iconic photo…..but if you can see all of those attributes easily leading one to believe negative connotations then you will have to admit that you also see a young black man fighting for what he believes is freedom and what is right….he’s wearing an American flag t-shirt for christ’s sake, how fucking more symbolic can this photo be. Even at a basic level if you disagree with the reason for this movement, you will have the respect and decency to recognize that we are only doing what we believe is just. Bring attention to the issue, stop the violence. At a very basic level, people are dying easily and don’t have to, don’t try to justify your argument by changing it to something else, wrong is wrong. Just admit that.

The name of my blog is Big Areolas are Better. Doesn’t mean I don’t have something valid to say and it doesn’t mean I don’t know what I’m talking about. Absolute excellent points made by 2am-poetry.

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bodyrock:

Beyonce in December 4th

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