banditblossom:

jsyk, only 2.9% of the population in Canada is black, and yet black Canadians makes 80% of prisons and are mostly likely to get mistreated in them

tell me again racism doesn’t exist Canada. (: 

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officialnyteblayde:

whyd you leave the keys upon the mable

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octoswan:

there’s a comic book store in my town that gives ladies a 10% discount and the people who work there are really friendly so lots of ladies show up to hang out and buy comics and one time i was looking through some new releases and this guy walked in, saw all the ladies, did a double take, and said really loudly and condescendingly, ‘there sure are a lot of girls in here for a comic store!’ and laughed but no one else laughed with him and it was glorious

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scoundreling:

hey consider the fact that anaconda’s a song by nicki minaj, a black woman, and also consider the fact that black women have been spectacles and sex objects and made fun of for their hips&chests&asses Forever and also consider that maybe making fun of anaconda can extremely easily cross the line into #antiblackness and #misogynoir like just my feel here

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bionicniall:

bionicniall:

Miley Cyrus got fined for 200k for illegal use of the Mexican flag stay in your fucking lane bitch

For those who don’t know, in México it’s illegal to disrespect the national symbols which are the Mexican flag, the flag’s emblem and the national anthem. Not respecting these can get you a pricey fine or even 36 hours in prison.

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homeruchan:

I hope the porn blogs following me are learning a lot about social justice

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kaalashnikov:

my roommate texted me this past midnight and i cant breathe

kaalashnikov:

my roommate texted me this past midnight and i cant breathe

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Native Americans have fought hard to be allowed to have cultural identity — a basic right that was outlawed by the government until relatively recently. So yes, seeing a spray-tan sexy Pocahontas raising her hand in “hau” is more than an annoyance. It trivializes the fight that my parents and grandparents devoted their lives to. It trivializes my life and my sense of self. And I refuse to believe that any decent person would tell me to move on, to get over it, or to be flattered by it. My great-grandmother is not a Halloween costume. This shouldn’t be so hard to understand.

Itacawin

To the people who like to appropriate Native American culture. Take very close notes.

(via angrywocunited)