Don Benjamin | Cycle 21
For: Forever21 Men

Holy fuck



Young black woman being taught not to react to smoke being blown in her face, in a Civil Rights class in 1960. I think too few people realize that these people needed to be trained to take the abuse they received. It’s all that much more powerful to realize how much work actually went into it.

I feel like there needs to be more emphasis on how a peaceful protest where everyone stands around with signs and nothing bad happens is a lot different than the civil resistance of the Civil Rights Movement, where the participants fully expected to get their hair pulled or smoke blown in their face or much worse
like, they’re both nonviolent resistance, but the intent and results are widely different, not to mention the necessary prep and the potential consequences.

And there was also a specific historical context which all of these “non-violence, non-violence, non-violence” people ignore.

looking at ur selfie and asking urself wat the fuck uve done with ur makeup today



*lame nigga voice* i don’t get a hug? 

HahahaHHA crying 

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J. and the General.
The true story of a college professor and a United Nations general, who met through Craigslist for anonymous sex, and ended up falling in love. I am so happy to know them.

This picture is perfection. The only possible thing that could make it better? Your caption. So hot. Thank you.
Q: what drugs have you done


nice try mom

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being called annoying is literally the worst thing ever because then you’re scared to ever say or do anything again and you end up isolating yourself because you think everyone hates you and you feel insecure about everything. long story short pls dont call people annoying

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Q: your fav childhood memory?


Not paying bills

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When you hit the blunt before you go on the air… 

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