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gleefinn:

Baby Dean W. :D so cute!

gleefinn:

Baby Dean W. :D so cute!

do you think taylor was "appropriating black culture" idk i mean she wasn't the director ya know? i was just wondering what you thought bc i'm white so i feel like i don't have a right to defend her
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beyoncebeytwice:

this is literally the only message im going to answer about taylor because you people keep sending them and its really annoying. i am going to be 100% honest with you all: i do not care. i keep posting about ferguson because its important i post about mike brown because its important i am so sorry but i do not care about this. i understand theres uproar because there were black women cast for the twerkers but none for the ballerinas. yes she/whoever was in charge of casting couldve easily had a beautiful dark skinned ballerina thrown in there just like they had some white twerkers thrown in. this is very true. but i dont think shes appropriating anything. when i think of “appropriating twerkers” literally the first thing that comes to mind is miley’s we can’t stop video and honestly taylors video had black people throughout (instead of only for the part that required bootyshaking). there are black people cheerleading. a black ribbon dancer. black people playing instruments. black extras. black interpretive dancers. black hip-hop dancers. a black backup singer. black people are displaying their talents THROUGHOUT the video yet people are only focusing on the twerking?? btw there were only like 3 black women twerking out of 6??? the rest were other ethnicities? if there were ONLY white girls twerking you all would be complaining like “WOW WHY ARE THERE ONLY WHITE GIRLS TWERKING THIS IS A BLACK DANCE” but no you’ve found this to complain about what the hell oh my god please leave this alone and stop sending me message about it i love the song and i think you’re all overreacting this is literally so unimportant to me bye

blastortoise:

okay but when you have holocaust survivors and people who were activists during the civil rights movement supporting mike brown and then KKK members and neo nazi’s supporting the officer you should be able to figure out which side is the right one.

ghivashels:

colinmorgasms:

what if obama does the ice bucket challenge and nominates queen elizabeth

what if obama actually talks about what’s going on in ferguson

aka14kgold:

bipolarbubbeleh:

bunmer:

returnofthejudai:

The reason American education talks about the Holocaust so much is because it makes them seem like big heroes during WWII. The Nazis were evil on such a historic scale that virtually ANYONE would look like true blue…

sunflora-seeds:

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YOU CAN’T GROUND AN ASSASSIN

myartblogbitch:

EVERYONE WHO REBLOGS THIS POST BY AUGUST 20TH WILL GET A PIECE OF ART IN THERE INBOX BASED ON THEIR BLOG

bonbonbunny:

There are two distinct flavors of yaoi this season.

reclaimingthelatinatag:

Trans* Latinas in Hollywood - Yesterday and Today

  • Holly Woodlawn (on the left)

Born October 26, 1946, Holly Woodlawn is a Puerto Rican transgender actress and former Warhol superstar, who appeared in his movies Trash (1970) and Women in Revolt (1972).  In 1970 she received word from the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences that George Cukor, supported by others, was petitioning the Academy to nominate her for best actress for her work in Trash, however, nothing came of this campaign. Woodlawn continued her acting career throughout the 70’s, but finally moved back to Miami when further acting opportunities halted. In the early 2000s Woodlawn returned to show business,  performing in sold-out cabaret shows in New York and Los Angeles . She continues to travel with her cabaret show, most recently appearing in Kraków and London in 2008. Holly currently resides in West Hollywood. [x]

  • Harmony Santana (on the right)

Harmony Santana is an American film actress. She is most noted for her appearance in the 2011 film Gun Hill Road, for which she garnered an Independent Spirit Award nomination for Best Supporting Actress, becoming the first openly transgender actress to be nominated for a major acting award in the United StatesHarmony is of mixed Puerto Rican and Dominican heritage. [x]

justalilblondemama:

Accidental personal injuries are absolutely the worst. “Oh, how did you do that?” “Well, frankly, I’m an idiot.”