holdon-to-this-lullaby asked:
"It IS real, Naya posted it on Instagram. (The original has Dianna and Chord too)"

 

Glee be baiting us. BUT WE’RE STRONG.

WE HAVE PLAYED THEIR GAME AND THEY HAVE STOMPED ON OUR HEARTS AND CRUSHED OUR LESBIAN SOULS.

I’m not falling for this. I’m a strong independent woman who needs no awful, misogynistic, lesbophobic writing.

Group hug, everyone.

ijustkeepitmovin asked:
"Hey Ma. What are you up to this weekend? How is the weather over your way? Its hot here this weekend,soI will try to find a cool place to hide out. Lmfao. See you posting pics,gettin errbody all excitable. LOL."

Hey honey-cakes! I’m okay. Hot and dry where I live, so went swimming this Sunday. Refreshing!

PS. It’s not my fault I’m so cute. ;)

paperstreet-soapcompany:

a moment of silence for the english teachers that have to read angsty 13 year old creative writing

fckthestate:

bonsaibabe:

i dont think goosebumps books ever came into print i think they just mystically appeared in public school libraries one day already in mediocre condition

this sounds like a plot for a goosebumps book about goosebumps books

dinami:

Young!Brittany meets Young!Santana for the first time in the snow and invites her to play. 
More sketches up soon….

dinami:

Young!Brittany meets Young!Santana for the first time in the snow and invites her to play. 

More sketches up soon….

dinami:

Brittany and Santana three seconds before they get frisky.

dinami:

Brittany and Santana three seconds before they get frisky.

"There is no greater evidence of how tragic things are for dark-skinned women in Hollywood than the fact that they can’t even get hired to play dark-skinned women."

Marc Lamont Hill on the casting of Nina Simone

Because this sentence breaks my heart while filling me with joy. Because dark-skinned women are creating our own work and need not be left to a “Hollywood” standard. Because we stand on the backs of those who came before and serve as a bridge for those who follow.

(via cjaquay)

"I am tired of myself in every way. All things, deep down to the secret of their roots, are stained by the color of my weariness."
Fernando Pessoa, The Book of Disquiet  (via mirroir)