where's the fckin rainbow?

a collection of thoughts, old and new.

Dec 12

awklicious:

i used to think air was free but then i bought a bag of chips

(via h0odrich)


so tired of people ranting on and on about hip hop when they clearly know nothing about it.

if you only listen to mainstream artists or what i refer to as the “mainstream underground” please have a seat

if you only are hip to new hip hop artists after seeing their face and name reblogged on tumblr a bazillion times have another fuckin seat

if you are constantly making posts about how you miss hip hop from the 90s and early 00s shut up because theres so much amazing hip hop/soul music being created right now but yall only give a fck about the niggas makin bank and will support any motherfcker and ignore all the shit you preach everyday about capitalism and racism and sexism and misogyny and homophobia  and all the other isms just to act like you know when you dont 

SHARRAP!!



So we’re just gonna walk around pretending it’s not weird that one of our hands is just worse at everything?

yea like i feel like my left hand has some amazing abilities i just havent discovered yet

(via harleyhendrix)



cokeflow:

if I type lol it means i blew air out my nose harder than usual don’t get too excited

(via h0odrich)


thebigblackwolfe:

If you’re a part of a Queer advocacy organization whose membership includes both Queer people and allies, and your primary focus is on the opinions, thoughts and well-being of your allies then you have completely failed at your mission to create a truly safe space for Queer people and have become apart of the exact system you’re trying to fight against.

Allies have safe spaces, they’re called every other space that isn’t specifically designated for Queer people.

i need to print this out and hand it to my schools qpoc group


queerandpresentdanger:

Don’t come for me, honey. You will lose.


-claps-

queerandpresentdanger:

Don’t come for me, honey. You will lose.

image

-claps-

(via umajanelaaberta)


songsaboutmary:

deepinsweetwater:

afrochronicles:

black panthers talk about natural hair

The chanting at the end gave me many chills. Black people and panther love. I love my people.

always reblog 


itwasntparadise:

pink-slip:

N.Y.C., Harlem Neighbourhood ballet class, 1968 Photo by Eve Arnold as part of the Black is Beautiful series

itwasntparadise:

pink-slip:

N.Y.C., Harlem
Neighbourhood ballet class, 1968
Photo by Eve Arnold as part of the Black is Beautiful series

(via theladysparkle-deactivated20130)