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Sep 17, 2014 / 8,586 notes


your girl ever been so mad at u she start talking to you like one of the homies?

"aiight fam"

"say no more bruh"

"you good son"

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Sep 17, 2014 / 49,644 notes


when someone’s on your nerves but they sensitive af so you cant go off


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Some people say homosexuality is a sin. It’s not. God is perfectly cool with it, God feels the exact same way about homosexuality that God feels about heterosexuality. Now you might say, ‘Whoa, slow down. You move too fast. How could you have the audacity, the temerity, to speak on behalf of God?’ Exactly, that’s an excellent point and I pray that you remember it.
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Sep 10, 2014 / 592 notes

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They say people in your life are seasons,And anything that happen is for a reason,And niggas guns a clappin and keep to squeezin’,And Gran keep prayin’ and keep believin’,And Jesus and one day that ya see him,Till they walk in his footsteps and try to be him,The devil is alive I feel him breathin’,Claimin’ money is the key so keep on dreamin’,And put them lottery tickets just to tease us,My aunt Pam can’t put those cigarettes down,Now my lil’ cousin smokin those cigarettes now,His job trying to claim that he too niggerish now,Is it cuz his skin blacker than licorice now?I can’t figure it outI’m stickin around.
Sep 10, 2014 / 18,420 notes

They say people in your life are seasons,
And anything that happen is for a reason,
And niggas guns a clappin and keep to squeezin’,
And Gran keep prayin’ and keep believin’,
And Jesus and one day that ya see him,
Till they walk in his footsteps and try to be him,
The devil is alive I feel him breathin’,
Claimin’ money is the key so keep on dreamin’,
And put them lottery tickets just to tease us,
My aunt Pam can’t put those cigarettes down,
Now my lil’ cousin smokin those cigarettes now,
His job trying to claim that he too niggerish now,
Is it cuz his skin blacker than licorice now?
I can’t figure it out
I’m stickin around.

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Sep 10, 2014 / 76,955 notes


Can y’all actually believe a man shot and killed someone and he isn’t in jail yet after nearly a month? Like really let that sink in. A man killed an 18 year old child and he is on paid leave from his job. Really think about that.

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Sep 10, 2014 / 92,482 notes

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Sep 9, 2014 / 2,280 notes


hold my hand while we fuck. hold it tight. don’t let go. don’t break eye contact either. i wanna look you in the eyes while i fuck you. i wanna watch them roll back. ima make my mark on that ass. 

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Sep 9, 2014 / 13,637 notes
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Sep 9, 2014 / 70,818 notes

Things that would be nice at 4 am



Long make out session
Back rubs
Deep talks
Forehead kisses
Hearing each other breathe
Holding hands
Laughs and corny jokes


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Sep 9, 2014 / 183,045 notes


she’s beauty and she’s grace, she dropped her phone on her face

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Sep 9, 2014 / 2,508 notes


It’s Bigger Than Blue Ivy

As someone who was raised on Just For Me (for none black folx thats a type of perm targeted at young black girls), It has been a process that will forever be continuing, to love my hair and deconstruct white standards of beauty.  This is why it’s bigger than just Blue Ivy, this is about anti-black-womanness.

For the first time in a long while both black women and little girls are feeling empowered enough wear their hair as is and put away the creamy crack. With Solange Knowles being one of the first major black celebs to make the intentionality and reasons publicly known behind why she was no longer perming her hair, you would think it would come to no surprise that her niece would then follow suit.  

But we’re talking about Blue Ivy though, and her mom just happens to be Beyonce, and for both blacks and non blacks she represents the epitome of what black beauty is supposed to look like. Long flowing blonde hair, curvy in all the right places, light colored eyes, and light skin, she’s the black Barbie doll.  This incredibly white supremacist standard of beauty, is one that not even her daughter can hold up to.

See it’s a double edge sword, and like most things for black people in this country you’re damned if you do and damned if you don’t. If Beyonce were to begin wearing her hair natural and leave the wigs and weaves alone, she would be faced with the same backlash as her daughter because she will no longer be easily digestible for white Americans. On the other hand, if Beyonce didn’t assimilate so well into white standards of beauty we wouldn’t be sitting here talking about her daughters hair.

The issue here isn’t that Beyonce doesn’t wear her hair natural; the issue here, and always is White Supremacy and Anti-blackness. We are all forced into assimilation by some way or another in this society. Black women’s hair whether we wear it natural or in weaves will never be good enough, our bodies will never be the right body type, our voices and words will never carry the right tone – we will never be white, and for that we will never be the right.

The reality is, white supremacy depends on the insecurity and destruction of black women.

Unfortunately for white supremacy, we are indestructible.

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Everything is temporary.
3 words that completely changed my life once I fully accepted them (via conflictingheart)

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Sep 9, 2014 / 438,857 notes
Sep 9, 2014 / 291,960 notes

So we were sitting in class today



and my U.S. History teacher was trying to get us to understand why it was such a big deal that England had put a tax on colonial sugar, and he goes,

"What if you had to pay a tax every time you logged onto wifi?"

And the whole class just went


and I heard at least two people whisper “I would murder someone”

I will keep reblogging this in the name of historical science

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