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For Posteriors’ Sake - NYTimes.com

This is the most hilarious and aggravating article I’ve seen from NY Times….this month. Big asses from the lense of White people.

September 19th, 2014 • 0 notes

Apparently I’m a chameleon. I look innocent enough for predators to ask me out while asking my age, but also able to give a good enough death stare to ward them off busse when they’re creeping on pubescent school girl.

I must utilize this power.

September 16th, 2014 • 1 note

Anonymous said: You could try ink to dye the braiding hair I think there's a tutorial on YouTube

I was thinking of using a dye to give it a similar honey/orange undertone my hair has now but thanks I will look it up. 

September 16th, 2014 • 0 notes
September 16th, 2014 // 0 notes
  • me: damn i need to save my money
  • me: *spends $200 in a week*
September 16th, 2014 • 127,531 notes
Me and my hair woes

Trying to find find/modify Kinky braid hair into the color of your unique bleached tresses for crochet braids.

Can’t believe I wastwd money trying to bleach extensions *le sigh*

September 16th, 2014 • 0 notes


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

(via daddynoooo)

September 15th, 2014 • 28,847 notes
Under French colonialism, Haiti was a worth a fortune in enslaved human beings. From the French slave owners’ perspectives, Haitian independence abolished not slavery, but their property and a source of common-wealth. Unfortunately, history provides us with the exact figures on what their property was worth; in 1825, “France recognized Haitian independence by a treaty requiring Haiti to pay an indemnity of 150 million francs payable in 5 years to compensate absentee slaveowners for their losses” (Schuller, 2007, p.149). The magnitude of these reparations not for slavery, but to former slave owners, plunged Haiti into eternal debt. Eve Tuck and K. Wayne Yang, Decolonization is not a metaphor (via mahakavi)

This what I tell people when they ask me “if Haiti gained it’s independence why aren’t they more self sufficient? “

September 15th, 2014 • 131 notes