daughterofassata:

maiaseals:

Holy… The notes.

I need that bra in my life

daughterofassata:

maiaseals:

Holy… The notes.

I need that bra in my life

Sunday Jul 7 @ 05:53pm

stevenfresco:

i may not be that funny or athletic or good looking or smart or talented i forgot where i was going with this

Wednesday Jul 7 @ 10:07am
artvevo:

look at that I mean look!!!

artvevo:

look at that I mean look!!!

Wednesday Jul 7 @ 10:06am
Wednesday Jul 7 @ 10:06am

angryshortfemme:

why do men think their opinion means anything to me

Wednesday Jul 7 @ 10:06am
Wednesday Jul 7 @ 10:06am

medievalpoc:

la-negra-barbuda:

The fun part about working with museums is that the institutional racism is so thick you can cut it with a knife. These two pictures are of database index trees that are created to help people search for art or artifacts. Notice the categories under “African Art” in the first picture… Yup, all it says is African Art… again. What you can’t see is that there are 7 categories under Asian Art. It took me 2 weeks to get them to change it to regions in the second picture. So now, if you search for West African, you won’t get stuff from Kenya and Egypt too.

African cultural items are often poorly managed, poorly catalogued, poorly maintained, and when on display, poorly mounted. They aren’t the priority of most museum spaces and there isn’t as much available literature on the items as there is for Greco-Roman crap: that’s some old colonial bullshit.

However, I still stand by the idea that they shouldn’t even have these cultural items in their possession, but until that day comes, they’re going to learn how to respect them.

I probably need to start a museum displays tag….because while we’re seeing great strides in some directions, it’s because of people who are actively trying to fight the existing problems in the way information is presented to us….

Wednesday Jul 7 @ 10:06am
The idea that sex is something a woman gives a man, and she loses something when she does that, which again for me is nonsense. I want us to raise girls differently where boys and girls start to see sexuality as something that they own, rather than something that a boy takes from a girl. Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie  (via floares) Wednesday Jul 7 @ 10:05am
nakedspirits:

g-racegibson:

My friend has an amazing room

Omg

nakedspirits:

g-racegibson:

My friend has an amazing room

Omg

Wednesday Jul 7 @ 10:05am

sassysinglelady:

What was the original purpose for this website because something went wrong along the way

Monday Jul 7 @ 05:16am
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