I'm a fat brown cis male queer, humorless feminist, tender queer, late 20's college student. This is a blog about people of color solidarity, queer separatism, body positivity, dismantling the white supremacist capitalist cisheteropatriarchy and general insurrection. This blog is a manifestation of my fat, brown, queer rage.
I also run the body positive blogs fuckyeahchubbyguysofcolor and fatnudes, if you're into that sort of thing.
i have so much love for this tattoo
holy fucking shit that’s one of the best tattoos i’ve ever seen
OH MY GOD IT’S PARIS
^^^^ that’s what i said!!!Omg Paris Hatcher on my dash
|Me, on my mom's iPad:||(gasp) I found mom's porn!|
|Sister:||Mom's got porn?|
|Me:||No, I'm kidding, it was her rosary app.|
|Sister:||I have porn, do you want it? I don't really watch it. Well, nevermind, it's... You might not like it. It's not really your type....|
If it looks like a male lion and is perceived as a male lion—well, sometimes it isn’t. That’s the case of Africa’s unusual maned lionesses, which sport a male’s luxurious locks and may even fool competitors.
Though uncommon, maned lionesses have been regularly sighted in the Momba area of Botswana‘s Okavango Delta (including the individual pictured below), where the lion population may carry a genetic disposition toward the phenomenon, according to Luke Hunter, president of the big-cat conservation group Panthera, which collaborates with National Geographic’s Big Cats Initiative. (The Society owns National Geographic News.) (Click pic to continue.)
I love you so much for this!
I like just wigged out because mean girls and soc theory are two of my favorite things
Good lord. lol
THIS REVOLUTION IS ALL THAT FITS ME RIGHT NOW
i love it because:
* it’s based on the lives of working class and lower-middle class Black folks
* features Black owned business that are community institutions (the den and the bombay) where intelligent, socially aware Black kids hang out WHILE STILL LOVING GANGSTA RAP
* multiple kinds of Blackness (Dee is Jamaican as is the actress who plays her)
* name checking all kinds of Black popular culture
* A SUCCESSFUL BLACK WOMAN CHARACTER (Dee is a vice principal and breadwinner of the family)
* consistently clowning on Black male patriarchal narratives/values
* talks about real ish that happens to teenagers (pregnancy, coming out, being broke, needing jobs, violence etc)
* tries to talk about intra-PoC issues
* actually had several Black and Brown people working behind the camera (including Asian American—I couldn’t find out specifics—director Henry Chan who has worked on multiple well known and well beloved Black sitcoms: Living Single, A Different World, Sister, Sister, The Parkers, and Girlfriends.)
* acted as a show case for tons of Black artists (musicians, actors, etc) to be show up on television. (i mean moesha has almost relationships with half of the popular Black male r&b singers of the late 90s basically.)
* Black music/art/literature references and performances are constantly being worked into the plot of the show.
* also once again about the lives of working class and lower middle class Black folks. (while the mitchell’s are pretty financially stable, most of Moesha’s friends are clearly from working class families; and part of the tension of the show is how Moesha and the rest of the Mitchell’s navigate that dynamic while still being engaged members of the Black community in which they live.)