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Because we cannot work when the telepromoter is on.
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I am MiddleSister.
I am not Big Brother so i only may offer an alternative perspective ... I want to Blog my opinion because even though I am nobody ... I am somebody. I dont know what I wanna do or Who I wanna be ... but i do know as I live this life as a journey trying to find myself - I wanna know who YOU are too. Because I may not matter. You may not matter. But WE matter.
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I am Puppington. I never really write down my true emotions for fear of them being found and used against me. I promised myself i'd never write down my thoughts for others to read. I have a virtual vault with my thoughts and feelings captured inside. Essentially, I fear thought crime.
If i let you in, you just have to promise not to use it against me. -puppington
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i-refuse-to-stop-dreaming:

This is the best thing I’ve heard all day

i-refuse-to-stop-dreaming:

This is the best thing I’ve heard all day

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LMAO. they way the cat jumped though

LMAO. they way the cat jumped though

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antitumblog:

A much shorter movie

antitumblog:

A much shorter movie

givemeinternet:

Distracting your opponents at its finest

givemeinternet:

Distracting your opponents at its finest

durinian:

mangocianamarch:

nitocrisss:

i was just trying to remember what this pic reminded me of

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and then it came to me

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the fur is the same colour omg

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bronzekat:

babycakesbriauna:

olitzme:

He told her ass to stop!

well damn,

lol

bronzekat:

babycakesbriauna:

olitzme:

He told her ass to stop!

well damn,

lol

vintagegal:

1950s/1960s/1970s Vintage Christmas Cards: part two

source

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versacetits:

I miss when Lil Kim was dark skin.

versacetits:

I miss when Lil Kim was dark skin.

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upgraders:

which lord of the rings is this from 

MiddleSister:

The One where they rode cheese buses to Mordor

upgraders:

which lord of the rings is this from 

MiddleSister:

The One where they rode cheese buses to Mordor

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afrikan-mapambano:

Brave Indian Women Kick The police man down

afrikan-mapambano:

Brave Indian Women Kick The police man down

if i had a nice body my life would improve by at least 500%

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The reason black feminists (overall) are less critical of marriage than white feminists is because black women use marriage to access rights and privileges that white women have automatically on account of whiteness. Like the ability to be viewed as a good woman/desirable. because if a white woman is unmarried it’s her personal choice but if a black woman is not married it must be because nobody wants her because she’s loud, assertive, domineering/other racist & sexist stereotypes. Like the ability to be a mother without getting looked down on every time you’re in public because being a single black mom = being a welfare queen/a leach to the system. Because being married helps you avoid vitriol if you have degrees/are professionally successful. because of the myth that successful black woman aren’t marriageable. But a successful unmarried white woman is on the top of her power feminist came ‘leaning in’ like Sheryl Sandberg. What’s sad is not that Bey named her tour “Mrs. Carter” but the possible motivations behind it (besides a genuine love and respect for her husband). But white feminists don’t get it.

daniellemertina

Aaaand that’s a wrap. WOW. Excellence.

I don’t even know if I would say that Black feminists are less critical but are differently critical. Our criticisms come from a DIFFERENT history, world view, perspectives. Remember what Audre wrote about differences? 

I must say that I find amusement over the anger about Beyoncé’s tour being named “The Mrs. Carter Show.” People are angered that she didn’t use her “maiden” name. Look at that last phrase. “Maiden” name. Research that. Then, realize that her lineage, like most, is patrilineal. “Knowles” is her father’s last name. Even if she were from a single parent home and had her mother’s last name, “Beyincé,” that still comes from her mother’s father (Lumis Albert Beyincé). Her first name alludes to this same last name.

But names also become OURS. Women aren’t just empty boxes where our names do not matter. Parents give the original names. It’s still not the child doing the naming. The feminist policing and politics around names need a revision.  

White feminists want to use “feminist” and “human” interchangeably for Black women. This is not acceptable. To them, they have to “approve” a Black woman’s feminist praxis before they can view her as a full human being. Unacceptable. And in the case of marriage, if they were not so drunk on White supremacy, they would see the financial power, social capital and protection that they pretend to never desire are given to them as a birthright and set as a standard that Black women do not “deserve.” Hence Beyoncé’s eradication of their boxes and having what she wants (not even trying to meet White women’s “having it all” mantras) is so appalling to them that they scramble relentlessly to insult her and Black women in general. Notice that theism, Christianity, possible monogamy, marriage before parenthood, two parent home and economically sufficient—all “standard” markers used to claim “respectability” for White women—are ignored in Beyoncé’s case. Respectability politics go hand in hand with racism itself. They’re born out of White supremacy and double standards.

Mainstream feminism involves a lot of demanding Black women reject things that White women are entitled to and Black women need or never receive. Good damn bye with that!

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