Does a duck  with one leg swim in a circle?

twerkcircus:

silversundancer:

twerkcircus:

loli-ass:

wocinsolidarity:

***dark-skinned people round the world laugh till tears roll down their cheeks***
highkey the most clueless white feminist article title/header i’ve seen in a while.

the article is probably a joke, but this is actually a huge issue. (not that you’d know or care to understand).
i don’t go out in the direct sun. i’ve been the palest person i’ve ever met since i was in 8th grade. this is how i prefer to look.
I’ve been given dirty looks & stares for this. i’ve been in arguments where people think its okay to bring in how pale i am as some way of ‘proving they’re right’. i’ve had TEACHERS make fun of me for how pale i am, i’ve had students do it both in person and online. my father even attempted to make me ‘get help’ to force me out in the sun (and get tan) because according to him i’m ‘scared’. i have had people in my school’s office make fun of me for being pale, i have had them constantly tell me i look sick until it became “you’re not sick you just want to go home” because apparently how your skin looks determines if you’re sick or not- and when you can’t tell, you’re never sick. i have had people (gym teachers) flat out DISRESPECT that i am uncomfortable being forced to go out into the sun and risking a tan or burn without spending 15 minutes putting on sunscreen first. many stores don’t even make or STOCK concealer or foundation that is anything close enough to what i need for my skin color.
there is a HUGE problem with how society treats pale people. HUGE.

Yeah but this is the type of thing that black people have been dealing with for decades. The darker you are, the uglier you are. Dark = dirty. Welcome to their world.

It must be nice to be so clueless. So you really think white people have it worse than black people. Please go sit all the way the hell down.

No one said white people have it worse though… It’s an equal problem… Both races deal with it just as bad in today’s world, from what I’ve experienced

OK. But its NOT an equal problem. Stop saying it is. Have you been paying any attention to anything thats been going on in the US for the past few hundred years? Don’t think that being pale means you have any clue what black people face. Stop trying to be oppressed to make yourself feel special.

twerkcircus:

silversundancer:

twerkcircus:

loli-ass:

wocinsolidarity:

***dark-skinned people round the world laugh till tears roll down their cheeks***

highkey the most clueless white feminist article title/header i’ve seen in a while.

the article is probably a joke, but this is actually a huge issue. (not that you’d know or care to understand).

i don’t go out in the direct sun. i’ve been the palest person i’ve ever met since i was in 8th grade. this is how i prefer to look.

I’ve been given dirty looks & stares for this. i’ve been in arguments where people think its okay to bring in how pale i am as some way of ‘proving they’re right’. i’ve had TEACHERS make fun of me for how pale i am, i’ve had students do it both in person and online. my father even attempted to make me ‘get help’ to force me out in the sun (and get tan) because according to him i’m ‘scared’. i have had people in my school’s office make fun of me for being pale, i have had them constantly tell me i look sick until it became “you’re not sick you just want to go home” because apparently how your skin looks determines if you’re sick or not- and when you can’t tell, you’re never sick. i have had people (gym teachers) flat out DISRESPECT that i am uncomfortable being forced to go out into the sun and risking a tan or burn without spending 15 minutes putting on sunscreen first. many stores don’t even make or STOCK concealer or foundation that is anything close enough to what i need for my skin color.

there is a HUGE problem with how society treats pale people. HUGE.

Yeah but this is the type of thing that black people have been dealing with for decades. The darker you are, the uglier you are. Dark = dirty. Welcome to their world.

It must be nice to be so clueless. So you really think white people have it worse than black people. Please go sit all the way the hell down.

No one said white people have it worse though… It’s an equal problem… Both races deal with it just as bad in today’s world, from what I’ve experienced

OK. But its NOT an equal problem. Stop saying it is. Have you been paying any attention to anything thats been going on in the US for the past few hundred years? Don’t think that being pale means you have any clue what black people face. Stop trying to be oppressed to make yourself feel special.

not-your-typical-indian-guy:

not-safe-for-earth:

relahvant:

stability:

when my kids ask where babies come from im just gonna show them this gif

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jesus christ

*WHEEZING*

I AM DONE WITH TUMBLR.  FUCKING DONE.  BUY A HOUSE IN ALBERTA AND STAY IN IT FOREVER AND NEVER EVER COME OUT.

breenewsome:

Handcuff suicides are oddly common… #handsup #dontshoot #policebrutality #ourlivesmatter #ferguson #mikebrown #blacklivesmatter

black-american-queen:

OK. I KNOW YOU ARE ALL WORRIED ABOUT FERGUSON BUT CAN YOU FOR A SECOND LOOK AT THIS VICTOR WHITE CASE?

NOTHING ADDS UP.

APPARENTLY AFTER BEING SEARCHED TWICE (while handcuffed) HE PRODUCED A GUN AT THE POLICE STATION AND SHOT HIMSELF. HIS DEATH HAS BEEN RULED A SUICIDE.

YOU NEED TO SPREAD THIS TUMBLR. BECAUSE THIS IS BULLSHIT AND THE COPS ARE COVERING IT UP.

cute-overload:

But, I don’t wanna be a Tacohttp://cute-overload.tumblr.com

cute-overload:

But, I don’t wanna be a Taco
http://cute-overload.tumblr.com

blackyogis:

"Yoga teaches us to cure what need not be endured and endure what cannot be cured," ~ B.K.S. Iyengar
Tameka Lawson teaching yoga in her Chicago community. Follow the link to read about the work she is doing in her community 
It is even more powerful and encouraging that Tameka Lawson resides IN the community and works with the community. Rather than the community being rescued from an outside force.  blackyogis:

"Yoga teaches us to cure what need not be endured and endure what cannot be cured," ~ B.K.S. Iyengar
Tameka Lawson teaching yoga in her Chicago community. Follow the link to read about the work she is doing in her community 
It is even more powerful and encouraging that Tameka Lawson resides IN the community and works with the community. Rather than the community being rescued from an outside force. 

blackyogis:

"Yoga teaches us to cure what need not be endured and endure what cannot be cured," ~ B.K.S. Iyengar

Tameka Lawson teaching yoga in her Chicago community. Follow the link to read about the work she is doing in her community 

It is even more powerful and encouraging that Tameka Lawson resides IN the community and works with the community. Rather than the community being rescued from an outside force. 

twerkcircus:

loli-ass:

wocinsolidarity:

***dark-skinned people round the world laugh till tears roll down their cheeks***
highkey the most clueless white feminist article title/header i’ve seen in a while.

the article is probably a joke, but this is actually a huge issue. (not that you’d know or care to understand).
i don’t go out in the direct sun. i’ve been the palest person i’ve ever met since i was in 8th grade. this is how i prefer to look.
I’ve been given dirty looks & stares for this. i’ve been in arguments where people think its okay to bring in how pale i am as some way of ‘proving they’re right’. i’ve had TEACHERS make fun of me for how pale i am, i’ve had students do it both in person and online. my father even attempted to make me ‘get help’ to force me out in the sun (and get tan) because according to him i’m ‘scared’. i have had people in my school’s office make fun of me for being pale, i have had them constantly tell me i look sick until it became “you’re not sick you just want to go home” because apparently how your skin looks determines if you’re sick or not- and when you can’t tell, you’re never sick. i have had people (gym teachers) flat out DISRESPECT that i am uncomfortable being forced to go out into the sun and risking a tan or burn without spending 15 minutes putting on sunscreen first. many stores don’t even make or STOCK concealer or foundation that is anything close enough to what i need for my skin color.
there is a HUGE problem with how society treats pale people. HUGE.

Yeah but this is the type of thing that black people have been dealing with for decades. The darker you are, the uglier you are. Dark = dirty. Welcome to their world.

It must be nice to be so clueless. So you really think white people have it worse than black people.  Please go sit all the way the hell down.

twerkcircus:

loli-ass:

wocinsolidarity:

***dark-skinned people round the world laugh till tears roll down their cheeks***

highkey the most clueless white feminist article title/header i’ve seen in a while.

the article is probably a joke, but this is actually a huge issue. (not that you’d know or care to understand).

i don’t go out in the direct sun. i’ve been the palest person i’ve ever met since i was in 8th grade. this is how i prefer to look.

I’ve been given dirty looks & stares for this. i’ve been in arguments where people think its okay to bring in how pale i am as some way of ‘proving they’re right’. i’ve had TEACHERS make fun of me for how pale i am, i’ve had students do it both in person and online. my father even attempted to make me ‘get help’ to force me out in the sun (and get tan) because according to him i’m ‘scared’. i have had people in my school’s office make fun of me for being pale, i have had them constantly tell me i look sick until it became “you’re not sick you just want to go home” because apparently how your skin looks determines if you’re sick or not- and when you can’t tell, you’re never sick. i have had people (gym teachers) flat out DISRESPECT that i am uncomfortable being forced to go out into the sun and risking a tan or burn without spending 15 minutes putting on sunscreen first. many stores don’t even make or STOCK concealer or foundation that is anything close enough to what i need for my skin color.

there is a HUGE problem with how society treats pale people. HUGE.

Yeah but this is the type of thing that black people have been dealing with for decades. The darker you are, the uglier you are. Dark = dirty. Welcome to their world.

It must be nice to be so clueless. So you really think white people have it worse than black people. Please go sit all the way the hell down.

Nooooooooooooooooooooooo