wilsonnthesassycat:

soystrawberries:

wilsonn take me to england so i can petition the queen to make eachother and nevermind both one word

I want eachother and nevermind words, too, omg, I thought I was alone, whenever I tell other people they just scoff

While you’re at it, can you work on inbetween for me? I’ve always thought that should be one word.

cribbagematch:

thtwhitegurrl:

slutdust:

I bought my friend an elephant for their room.

They said “Thank you.”

I said “Don’t mention it.”

Is there a joke here that 15 thousand people get but I don’t?

yeah

(via pjcalamity)

Are these Great Courses?

Yes indeed! My favorite workout soundtrack haha

opentits:

omg please unmute this

(Source: phillypu, via themiragechild)

dopamine-addiction:

beatlesboobsandbulges:

My dad just said: at your age you’ll probably wanna try a lot of things. Boys, girls, being a girl, being a boy, being punk or goth or spunky. And im okay with that. As long as you don’t come home and tell me youre a republican

Parenting done right

(via timinator232)

ariaste:

astudyinawesome:

I’m crying


I HAVE SEEN THE FACE OF GOD

ariaste:

astudyinawesome:

I’m crying

I HAVE SEEN THE FACE OF GOD

(via sassygayklavierspieler)

gynocraticgrrl:

[Note: When J. Elliot refers to her being classed as one of ‘your people’ in relation to black people of color, it’s based on her reputation of being an outspoken, anti-racism ally].

- Jane Elliot on the Oprah Winfrey Show panel on racism in 1992.

(Source: exgynocraticgrrl, via cho-yu)

chelle-the-evil-queen:

cheppo:

iguanamouth:

together at last

excuse me i have something important 2 add

image

the unholy trinity

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mikefalzone:

How to keep YouTube good.

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whitegirlsaintshit:

knowledgeequalsblackpower:

ourpresidents:

Happy birthday Susan B. Anthony!
February 15, 1820 - March 13, 1906
In 1978, President Jimmy Carter signed the bill authorizing the Susan B. Anthony Dollar Coin.  The U.S. Mint officially released the coin on July 2, 1979.

Yes yes… Susan B. Anthony. 
I don’t like her. I don’t like her at all. And, here’s why. 
She fought very strongly to end slavery in America. Cool! But, as soon as Black men got the right to vote, and women still didn’t, she revealed her racist self. Anthony wrote and said tons of racist shit after Black men got the right to vote:

“The old antislavery school says that women must stand back, that they must wait until male Negroes are voters. But we say, if you will not give the whole loaf of justice to an entire people, give it to the most intelligent first. If intelligence, justice, and morality are to be placed in the government, then let the question of woman be brought up first and that of the Negro last.”  (1869 letter to Frederick Douglass)

When Blacks were being lynched, Anthony didn’t say a word. When issues concerning Blacks were brought up, she declared them “dead questions of the past.” That’s the reason why the NWSA (National Woman Suffrage Association) was started. It was a split from the American Equal Rights Association because Anthony, Elizabeth Stanton (another feminist hero who thought it was disgraceful that “Patrick [Irish immigrants] and Sambo [Blacks] and Hans [German immigrants] and Yung Tung [Chinese immigrants]” would make decisions, via the right to vote, for women like herself.), and others wanted to basically be racist.
And, Sojourner Truth was stuck in a bind. She had stood with Anthony fighting for the end of slavery. And when that was over, she was alienated by Anthony and the White women she had thought herself to be equals with. She was confused and sad. And so was Frederick Douglass. 
When Anthony was race baiting and being racist while discussing what “women” need and want.. she defined what a woman was… and her definition excluded Black and immigrant women…just like when Mitt Romney and Newt Gingrich talk about “Americans” today. 
(via Sojourner Truth: A Life, A Symbol by Nell Painter & Susan B. Anthony by Alma Lutz)

“dead questions of the past”… hmmm… sounds SO familiar.

whitegirlsaintshit:

knowledgeequalsblackpower:

ourpresidents:

Happy birthday Susan B. Anthony!

February 15, 1820 - March 13, 1906

In 1978, President Jimmy Carter signed the bill authorizing the Susan B. Anthony Dollar Coin.  The U.S. Mint officially released the coin on July 2, 1979.

Yes yes… Susan B. Anthony. 

I don’t like her. I don’t like her at all. And, here’s why. 

She fought very strongly to end slavery in America. Cool! But, as soon as Black men got the right to vote, and women still didn’t, she revealed her racist self. Anthony wrote and said tons of racist shit after Black men got the right to vote:

“The old antislavery school says that women must stand back, that they must wait until male Negroes are voters. But we say, if you will not give the whole loaf of justice to an entire people, give it to the most intelligent first. If intelligence, justice, and morality are to be placed in the government, then let the question of woman be brought up first and that of the Negro last.”  (1869 letter to Frederick Douglass)

When Blacks were being lynched, Anthony didn’t say a word. When issues concerning Blacks were brought up, she declared them “dead questions of the past.” That’s the reason why the NWSA (National Woman Suffrage Association) was started. It was a split from the American Equal Rights Association because Anthony, Elizabeth Stanton (another feminist hero who thought it was disgraceful that “Patrick [Irish immigrants] and Sambo [Blacks] and Hans [German immigrants] and Yung Tung [Chinese immigrants]” would make decisions, via the right to vote, for women like herself.), and others wanted to basically be racist.

And, Sojourner Truth was stuck in a bind. She had stood with Anthony fighting for the end of slavery. And when that was over, she was alienated by Anthony and the White women she had thought herself to be equals with. She was confused and sad. And so was Frederick Douglass. 

When Anthony was race baiting and being racist while discussing what “women” need and want.. she defined what a woman was… and her definition excluded Black and immigrant women…just like when Mitt Romney and Newt Gingrich talk about “Americans” today. 

(via Sojourner Truth: A Life, A Symbol by Nell Painter & Susan B. Anthony by Alma Lutz)

“dead questions of the past”… hmmm… sounds SO familiar.

(via cho-yu)