princessnijireiki:

In this Native-directed, -produced, and -starring movie, three contemporary, urban, indigenous sisters, Vickie (Valerie Red-Horse), Karen (Kimberly Norris Guerrero), and Tanya (Irene Bedard), face an uphill battle when they open their own business selling homegrown cosmetics under the name “Naturally Native,” encountering racist, patronizing attitudes along the way. Functioning as (director, writer, and actor) Red-Horse’s commentary on her fight with the movie industry to get Native-centered films, including her own, made, Naturally Native is the first film by, about, and fully financed by Native Americans, with all production monies being supplied by the Mashantucket Pequot Nation.

(via angrynativefeminists)

please unfollow me if you think that it’s possible to be racist towards white people

(Source: frigerator, via thisisnotindia)

If you think that the systematic dehumanization and objectification of women’s bodies is the same thing as a few girls saying “I like tall guys,” then you can fuck off you ignorant egg

when you like a boy

but you’re asexual

and you have social anxiety

and some regular anxiety too

and ED problems

and you’re just like

FUCKNG SHIT I DO NOT NEED THIS DISAPPOINTMENT RIGHT NOW

well, here we go again

palet-ea:

itshardtobeyoung:

Dont even try to deny the fact that this was the best kitchen in the entire world and still is.

agreed

palet-ea:

itshardtobeyoung:

Dont even try to deny the fact that this was the best kitchen in the entire world and still is.

agreed

(via korraphobia)

chris-rock:

thegirlwhoglows:

fitty-bitty-body:

This just blew my mind and I’ve never seen forgiveness in this way.

didn’t know I needed to see this

Extremely relevant.

chris-rock:

thegirlwhoglows:

fitty-bitty-body:

This just blew my mind and I’ve never seen forgiveness in this way.

didn’t know I needed to see this

Extremely relevant.

(Source: befree99, via korraphobia)

lightspeedsound:

rinababii:

lightspeedsound:

if you’re having a discussion about race with a white person and they bring up the irish, you know that’s your cue to leave.

Irish* were put down for their race, they were not allowed to even apply for jobs based on their race.(that…

Yeah seriously, my Irish ancestors came to this country because of prejudice and mistreatment but it doesn’t even come close to the suffering of POC. Stop using us as a tool in your racist argument.

romanticizedweakling:

"i was born in the wrong century," the girl sighs as she imagines a future where women have full ownership of their own bodies

(via korraphobia)

thegestianpoet:

here’s the thing:

  • respect sex workers, but
  • do not defend the porn industry 

(via korraphobia)

"Why is it people always get so upset about Affirmative Action but not about legacies? For some reason we’re ok with the historically advantaged having a leg-up over the rest of us, but not the historically disenfranchised."

— One of the best comment about Affirmative Action I’ve seen (found in response to this article)

(Source: bohemianarthouse, via thisisnotjapan)