1. unlimitedgoats:

    luxvriously:

    My anaconda will consider it

    My anaconda has, upon review of the information presented with it’s partners, decided that it, in fact, does not. My anaconda apologizes for any inconvenience this may cause and thanks you for your time.

    Reblogged from: yungyzma
  2. ryanmonsod:

#Beyonce

    ryanmonsod:

    #Beyonce

    Reblogged from: fyblackwomenart
  3. blackfashion:

Franshescas Flawless Faces Collections
Bohemian Glam Shoot Makeup Artistry: Yannit Santana of Franshescas Flawless FacesWardrobe: Ann-Marie Jones | queenannjones.tumblr.comPhotography: Bernie Welch III of Welch Photography

    blackfashion:

    Franshescas Flawless Faces Collections

    Bohemian Glam Shoot 
    Makeup Artistry: Yannit Santana of Franshescas Flawless Faces
    Wardrobe: Ann-Marie Jones | queenannjones.tumblr.com
    Photography: Bernie Welch III of Welch Photography

    Reblogged from: blackfashion
  4. soulbrotherv2:

Learn How This Former College Professor Got Her Black Doll Collection in Walmart

Lisa Williams’ “Positively Perfectly” dolls are sold in more than 3000 stores
by Carolyn M. Brown 
Lisa Williams, PhD, recalls watching a segment on CNN and hearing a little African American girl tell anchor Anderson Cooper that brown skin like hers looked nasty. The cable network had commissioned a study aimed to recreate the landmark “doll test” from the 1940s which revealed that African American children often preferred a white doll over a brown doll because white was associated with such attributes as good, nice and pretty. CNN’s 2010 study showed racial biases and preferences towards white or lighter skin tones were still prevalent.
It was that episode that convinced Williams to launch a multicultural doll collection in 2010. “I did not want to see another little African American girl fail to choose the doll that most closely resembles her precious face because that child does not view the doll as being equal or more beautiful than the white doll,” adds the founder and CEO of World EPI Inc. in San Diego, California.
[Continue reading story at Black Enterprise.]

    soulbrotherv2:

    Learn How This Former College Professor Got Her Black Doll Collection in Walmart

    Lisa Williams’ “Positively Perfectly” dolls are sold in more than 3000 stores

    by Carolyn M. Brown 

    Lisa Williams, PhD, recalls watching a segment on CNN and hearing a little African American girl tell anchor Anderson Cooper that brown skin like hers looked nasty. The cable network had commissioned a study aimed to recreate the landmark “doll test” from the 1940s which revealed that African American children often preferred a white doll over a brown doll because white was associated with such attributes as good, nice and pretty. CNN’s 2010 study showed racial biases and preferences towards white or lighter skin tones were still prevalent.

    It was that episode that convinced Williams to launch a multicultural doll collection in 2010. “I did not want to see another little African American girl fail to choose the doll that most closely resembles her precious face because that child does not view the doll as being equal or more beautiful than the white doll,” adds the founder and CEO of World EPI Inc. in San Diego, California.

    [Continue reading story at Black Enterprise.]

    Reblogged from: hipsandheartbreak
  5. d-ici-et-d-ailleurs:

'Red Turban' - Photo de Arup Ghosh, photographe indien

    d-ici-et-d-ailleurs:

    'Red Turban' - Photo de Arup Ghosh, photographe indien

    Reblogged from: blackqueerboi
  6. happyds:

doodled one of yummys characters

    happyds:

    doodled one of yummys characters

    Reblogged from: thegirlwithcaramelskin
  7. fuckyeahdementia:

i have no idea what i’m doing

    fuckyeahdementia:

    i have no idea what i’m doing

    Reblogged from: jennandthegiantpeach
  8. meme4u:

disney in real life
    Reblogged from: jennandthegiantpeach
  9. beyoncefashionstyle:

Beyoncé and Jay Z at the PSG Vs. Barcelona game today (Sept. 30)

    beyoncefashionstyle:

    Beyoncé and Jay Z at the PSG Vs. Barcelona game today (Sept. 30)

    Reblogged from: fuckyesbeyonce
  10. nobleoxidation:

    weirdedout:

    ikeapunx:

    muji spice book

    Traveling with your spice rack is not ideal. This is why Japanese company, Muji, has made a book of spices to make flavoring your food while away from home a little bit easier.

    This book from Muji is full of pages that are made of spiced paper, which dissolve from the heat and moisture of cooking. Now that kick of white pepper or red chili is just a tear away. And, since it is compact and perfectly portable, the Muji spice book is ideal for when you’re traveling!

    Omg

    Yeah but where can I get this.

    Reblogged from: chauvinistsushi
  11. queenoftheimps:

    FILE THIS UNDER “JOKES I DID NOT GET WHEN I SAW THE MOVIE AS A CHILD”.

    Reblogged from: howtobeterrell
  12. 
aya jones | viktor & rolf ss15 | backstage

    aya jones | viktor & rolf ss15 | backstage

    Reblogged from: howtobeterrell
  13. the-adebisi-wombosi-identity:

    nedahoyin:

    windypicnic:

    "Ellen Reads Her Chinese Viewers’ Names"

    aka

    Ellen mispronounces Chinese people’s names and she and her audience laugh at them cuz it’s racistly funny apparently

    image

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    Ellen uses “American” interchangeably with “English”, as in, the language.

    At 2:30: "This one, they didn’t even try to do American, this is just Chinese."

    The comments are turned off on this video, but how was this even cleared to be aired?? Fuck you Ellen. This isn’t the first time you’ve been racist on your show.

    This is why you weaboos/koreaboos/white ppl CANNOT give yourself a “japanese” or "korean" or "chinese" name for yourself (or any name from a language and culture that’s not your own). Whites take our names as jokes and we’re mocked for it in real life and in the media. 

    image

    We’re constantly othered, demeaned, and fetishized. Trash like you butcher our names and turn them into racist caricatures.

    Our names are precious and beautiful and meaningful in ways you can’t begin to understand. Our names are carefully crafted together by our parents/family.

    You trash don’t deserve to utter our names. Fuck you.

    Ellen.. I was rooting for you..

    why? why were u rooting for her? she often mocks and disparages black women’s bodies as well. ellen been problematic. par for the course. the nerd was barely funny as a stand up comic, but that was before a lot of yall time so a lot of “current” ellen don’t know who the fuck this saltine really is. boo this woman. but i mean hey yall root for the white gurl, some easy bake basic shit, cuz hey white gurl fuck yeah!….. nope

    Reblogged from: howtobeterrell
  14. thelovelyloner:

    I can’t stress enough how important it is that you surround yourself with supportive people who make you feel important and special, and who enhance your life with their presence. If their presence is making you feel worse instead of better, re-evaluate why you’re letting them stay.

    Reblogged from: thebrownlesbian
  15. storyofagayboy:

***URGENT PUBLIC SERVICE ANNOUNCEMENT***
Grindr, a popular app for gay men, now carries an urgent warning for users in Egypt. According to many sources, Egyptian authorities are posing as LGBT people on various social media sites to identify and arrest homosexual people. The app is urging users in the region to proceed with extreme caution, especially when identifying themselves or arranging meetings/hookups. While so far the focus seems to be on gay men, all LGBT people in the area should be cautious. Reports show that Egyptian police have carried out violent raids on private homes which lead to the arrests of several gay men. These men were then subjected to disturbing medical “exams.” Police also raided an LGBT party last year, violently arresting many and sentencing them to up to 12 years hard labour. While homosexuality is not illegal in Egypt, athorities are using sexual deviance, debauchery and insulting public morals as terms for the crackdown. Many claim this fresh attack on the LGBT community is lead by President Abdel-Fattah Al-Sisi who wishes for his country to be more Islamic.
For all of my LGBT friends here on tumblr, please be extremely careful as this situation develops. Remember to clear your search history, use private browsing if possible, and be extremely cautious with who you talk to online.

    storyofagayboy:

    ***URGENT PUBLIC SERVICE ANNOUNCEMENT***

    Grindr, a popular app for gay men, now carries an urgent warning for users in Egypt. According to many sources, Egyptian authorities are posing as LGBT people on various social media sites to identify and arrest homosexual people. The app is urging users in the region to proceed with extreme caution, especially when identifying themselves or arranging meetings/hookups. While so far the focus seems to be on gay men, all LGBT people in the area should be cautious. Reports show that Egyptian police have carried out violent raids on private homes which lead to the arrests of several gay men. These men were then subjected to disturbing medical “exams.” Police also raided an LGBT party last year, violently arresting many and sentencing them to up to 12 years hard labour. While homosexuality is not illegal in Egypt, athorities are using sexual deviance, debauchery and insulting public morals as terms for the crackdown. Many claim this fresh attack on the LGBT community is lead by President Abdel-Fattah Al-Sisi who wishes for his country to be more Islamic.

    For all of my LGBT friends here on tumblr, please be extremely careful as this situation develops. Remember to clear your search history, use private browsing if possible, and be extremely cautious with who you talk to online.

    Reblogged from: fear-this-queeer
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