Last character from the Sailor Moon team : Minako Aino (aka Sailor Venus) ! I always pictured her as the kind of girl who would do enjo kosai ;3
So, she’s the last Sailor Moon character I did, I totally forgot to draw her last year, here goes the 4 other girls to complete the team !
thiiiiiiiis is fucking perfect
Sometimes you have a really hard work week and you just need to do something to make yourself happy.
Can I ask you something?
How…The hell…do you get your eyeliner so perfect????
Seriously?? It’s beautiful!
FUCKIN HELL THAT IS SKILL
holy shit fucking master pls tEACh ME
Holy cow talk about having a steady hand, that’s like a perfect wing.
This dude was happily taking pictures of girls legs, feet and whatever else he pleased without their consent. So I snapped my own pic and said “enjoy the internet motherfucker’. He laughed at me. Plz share. #publicshame #newYork #subway
I love Arrested Development but I have no love for its crazy fans who quote everything even the lines that are not that funny and talk about it all the time and make all their Facebook cover photos into screenshots from the show.
I fucking love this bra.
i have this bra. i love it too.>0<
This is a very difficult question.
We as a blog have decided to center queer Latinidad on the most marginalized among us (undocumented, trans*, women, black, indigenous, non-monosexual, non-binary, gender nonconforming, femme identified, and everyone at the intersections of all these axes of oppression.)
That said, when addressing racism, we will always center the conversation on those who cannot (under no circumstance) ever be racialized as white.
So are white Latin@s POC? Short answer: No. BUT Long answer: Sometimes.
White, white-passing, and light-skinned Latin@s walk the world with the privilege to (under most circumstances) avoid anti-black and anti-indigenous racism. This does not mean, however, they do not experience discrimination based on their culture, language, surname, etc.
Sin embargo, this is NOT racism — necessarily. In most cases, it’s xenophobia and anglocentrism that intersects with indirect racism.
However, we are very hesitant to identity police. If you are a light-skinned/white/white passing Latin@, you can identify as a person of color. BUT — and this is IMPORTANTÍSIMO — you need to realize that you take up space in ways that black and indigenous Latin@s cannot.
You can see yourself in Latin@ media with greater ease. You are considered more beautiful than your darker peers. You will be hired for a job before your indigenous/black Latin@ peers. This is the truth.
Being a white Latin@ therefore gives you two options: contribute to marginalization of your herman@s who are not white, or use your privilege to challenge it.
The choice is ultimately up to you.
Jessica Rabbit <3
A reminder to anyone who might need it right now. <3
We all know by now about the fat shaming ass of a CEO Mike Jeffries for Abercrombie & Fitch. He has been recently put back in the spotlight for statements he said years ago that were not only fat shaming but also sexist and shallow in general. Overall, most people I have seen have been appalled by his statements. As a fat girl, I hate that he is defining his demographic as cool and attractive, not thin. Just because that means thin in their small minds, does not mean that ANYWHERE in the definition of cool or attractive, does it make it necessary for one to also be thin. BUT had he come forward and just said, plain and simple, that his store was meant for thinner people, plain and simple, without insult, I wouldn’t have been mad but actually glad a bit. Why? Well, there are men’s clothes stores and women’s clothes stores and then just stores. Ones that are not advertised for men or women specifically, like boston store or macy’s or old navy, or hell, A&F, you expect to have clothes for both men and women. Now, there are Plus Size Stores, like Torrid and Lane Bryant. And then there are stores. There are no stores that advertise themselves as stores for the thin specifically.
By advertising your store for young people and then not carrying larger sizes, what are you saying about young people who are fat? If you advertise yourself as a store for everyone and then don’t have sizes for everyone, or at the very least the VAST majority of people, then what are you saying? It is taking specific bodies and making them the “other” the “abnormal” the “ugly”. While I hate Jeffries for equating goodlooking, attractive and cool with being thin, everyone knows he’s an ass. But more importantly, everyone knows he targets really thin people, so when I don’t fit the clothes, no one judges me. But a store like H&M that advertises itself to college aged people (like me) and even puts a “plus size” (aka a tall size 8-10 who’s not even fat) model to try to put the message out “oh hey we love all bodies” if I didn’t know better from experience, I would think that store included me because it was for “all bodies”. Then I enter the store and not only do they not carry even close to my size, I am asked to leave by a thin classically attractive store clerk who tells me they have nothing for “my kind” there. And people see a girl who’s “too” fat. Not too fat for the thin clothes store, but someone who’s just “too” fat, so fat I can’t buy clothes without a specialty store. And these are the same people who claim Jeffries is an ass for not carrying larger clothes. That experience hurts a lot more than walking past an a&f and just knowing, they don’t have my size and besides everyone knows the ceo’s an ass.
But on a positive note, the amazing blogger, The Militant Baker, took a photoshoot of herself paired with a conventionally attractive (aka thin) man as well wrote an open letter. It made me happy to read, the photos are gorgeous, body and tattoos and I thought it might be nice to share it here. It also targeted what I found really wrong about Jeffries statements, not that he didn’t want to carry larger clothing, but that he made a point to express the idea that you can not be fat and attractive. This blog post is proof otherwise.
Ladies and gentlemen, the British.
I remember this episode ! The pure stupidity.
this is heartbreaking
As a Englishman I’d just like to say that this post and its content is a disgusting misrepresentation of the English - to my eternal shame we are often far more prejudiced, impolite, arrogant and racist than that.
The audacity! England colonizes the whole world and then wants to act brand new now that people are coming to England since England ruined their homeland and that they dare to bring their culture with them and keep it through generations. The entitlement and ignorance of white English people is incredible.
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ This is why white people cannot appropriate POC cultures.
so necessary when disagreeing with people online