Nerd Pretty

Ask me anything   I should've been motherfuckin' Black Mamba!

narujoshi:

I think we can all agree that Toph is the best. Case closed. 

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illkim:

Teacher: You may listen to your music quietly

Me:

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aestheticrequiem:

the-real-goddamazon:

collections that are raw as fuck ➝ ezra s/s 2014

The top middle and the only Black girl’s outfits would be so fire to rock.

Bottom right will be my battle dress

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— 3 minutes ago with 7412 notes

feminist-smaug:

I dont think you understand how much I love Miles Morales and hope he has his own superhero movie

— 14 minutes ago with 2 notes

nina-lovehall:

whitegirlsaintshit:

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bestpal:

oh she hittin that

^^^

yaasss

the “Enamorada de Ti” dance

Im about to make a shrine of this woman in my room

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— 16 minutes ago with 8315 notes
thebeyhive:

Grand Theft Auto: Beyoncé
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thebeyhive:

Grand Theft Auto: Beyoncé

  • Inspired by (X)
  • HQ version (X)
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nentindo:

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ediebrit:

IM FUCKING SCREAMING

IM IN FUCKING STITCHES 

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the only thing funnier than this video are the comments on it

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— 24 minutes ago with 44505 notes
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Seriously tho. Why *should* she be asked to smile?

Asking a woman to smile is to make her more approachable. It’s to make you feel more comfortable - not her. I, personally, have zero fucks to give about being approachable to strange men on the street. Women are not here to entertain and please random folks.

Asking me to smile is akin to asking me to jump. Um. For what?There’s this weird responsibility placed on women to be happy and lady-like and pleasant all of the time. It rids us of being able to express our own range of human emotions.

No one is asking for men and women to not interact with each other. That’s silly. This project is asking for women to be interacted with as if they have agency over their own bodies.

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Tatyana Fazlalizadeh

Creator of the Stop Telling Women To Smile project responded to a person who thinks women not smiling on demand is proof of the end of the world and division among men and women. (Seriously? WTF.)

Funny…I told my best friend about that person’s comment and she said it is the end of the world and division…for that person. A world shaped by the status quo is a world being shaken by the resistance to this status quo. The amount of hatred and bile I’ve faced since I started speaking out about street harassment has been interesting in that some men genuinely process harming women as necessary to their masculinity and thereby their identity. They think critique and rejection of street harassment is an attack on their identity, which is frightening… 

"Asking me to smile is akin to asking me to jump. Um. For what?"

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— 31 minutes ago with 10893 notes