elockhartbooks:

Love this pdf with such a wide range of LGBTQ books. I just read Freakboy, Every Day, If You Could Be Mine and Winger this past year.  What have YOU read? 
sarahreesbrennan:

mollyiswrappedupinbooks:

This is a list I made for YALSA’s The Hub on the wide range of YA literature featuring LGBTQ characters. See the full post and a downloadable pdf here. 

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elockhartbooks:

Love this pdf with such a wide range of LGBTQ books. I just read Freakboy, Every Day, If You Could Be Mine and Winger this past year.  What have YOU read? 
sarahreesbrennan:

mollyiswrappedupinbooks:

This is a list I made for YALSA’s The Hub on the wide range of YA literature featuring LGBTQ characters. See the full post and a downloadable pdf here. 

I 
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elockhartbooks:

Love this pdf with such a wide range of LGBTQ books. I just read Freakboy, Every Day, If You Could Be Mine and Winger this past year.  What have YOU read? 
sarahreesbrennan:

mollyiswrappedupinbooks:

This is a list I made for YALSA’s The Hub on the wide range of YA literature featuring LGBTQ characters. See the full post and a downloadable pdf here. 

I 
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elockhartbooks:

Love this pdf with such a wide range of LGBTQ books. I just read Freakboy, Every Day, If You Could Be Mine and Winger this past year.  What have YOU read? 
sarahreesbrennan:

mollyiswrappedupinbooks:

This is a list I made for YALSA’s The Hub on the wide range of YA literature featuring LGBTQ characters. See the full post and a downloadable pdf here. 

I 
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elockhartbooks:

Love this pdf with such a wide range of LGBTQ books. I just read Freakboy, Every Day, If You Could Be Mine and Winger this past year.  What have YOU read? 
sarahreesbrennan:

mollyiswrappedupinbooks:

This is a list I made for YALSA’s The Hub on the wide range of YA literature featuring LGBTQ characters. See the full post and a downloadable pdf here. 

I 
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elockhartbooks:

Love this pdf with such a wide range of LGBTQ books. I just read Freakboy, Every Day, If You Could Be Mine and Winger this past year.  What have YOU read? 
sarahreesbrennan:

mollyiswrappedupinbooks:

This is a list I made for YALSA’s The Hub on the wide range of YA literature featuring LGBTQ characters. See the full post and a downloadable pdf here. 

I 
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elockhartbooks:

Love this pdf with such a wide range of LGBTQ books. I just read Freakboy, Every Day, If You Could Be Mine and Winger this past year.  What have YOU read? 
sarahreesbrennan:

mollyiswrappedupinbooks:

This is a list I made for YALSA’s The Hub on the wide range of YA literature featuring LGBTQ characters. See the full post and a downloadable pdf here. 

I 
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elockhartbooks:

Love this pdf with such a wide range of LGBTQ books. I just read Freakboy, Every Day, If You Could Be Mine and Winger this past year.  What have YOU read? 

sarahreesbrennan:

mollyiswrappedupinbooks:

This is a list I made for YALSA’s The Hub on the wide range of YA literature featuring LGBTQ characters. See the full post and a downloadable pdf here

immigrantgirls:

rly i encourage all the girls of colour, esp black girls, to invade creative spaces that are occupied by white women. the exclusion of girls of colour in creative spaces is a conscious decision, dont walk around believing that it’s just a coincidence. if u see only white girls on a staff page, know there’s a reason behind that. and dont let that shit thrive. let ppl kno u r alive. 

ayeeeeeeeeeeebohp:

Take 5 minutes out of your morning/night to educate yourself on this young man LL. The brother was LYNCHED. “Crackertown”, North Carolina. Been gone since the morning of Aug. 29th. Day of his first football game of his senior year. All that hard work in the summer for nothin’. #JusticeForLennonLacy

ayeeeeeeeeeeebohp:

Take 5 minutes out of your morning/night to educate yourself on this young man LL. The brother was LYNCHED. “Crackertown”, North Carolina. Been gone since the morning of Aug. 29th. Day of his first football game of his senior year. All that hard work in the summer for nothin’. #JusticeForLennonLacy

homoeroticjahlani:

Can ppl stop making fun of dark skinned ppls skin not showing up in pictures? Its not funny that you can barely see a dark skinned person in a photo. Its because of white supremacist colorist cameras that were created with a white norm in mind. Its simple shit like this we can do in every day life to eradicate colorism in our communities.

Heres some articles on the subject:

Teaching The Camera To See My Skin

Light and Dark: The Racial Biases That Remain In Photography

Anonymous asked:

why do you think tumblr attracts such hyper sensitive people?

straightwhiteboyproblems:

vercarfi:

straightwhiteboyproblems:

It doesnt. the whole point of tumblr is being yourself to an open community so when a debatable topic or sensitive discussion arises (i.e. triggers, feminism, hatred/love for anime), people will openly state their satisfaction/dissatisfaction without any qualms whatsoever. the objectivity of ‘hypersensitive’ is debatable in of itself by who you follow and what your interests are. also its hard to define a ‘hypersensitive person’ over a media platform such as tumblr because the only thing you are judging people on is what they reblog or what they write on their posts and not their actions in real life.

The fuck is this blog

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tryingtogetradical asked:

While watching the Anaconda video with a white friend he mentioned "this is literally blackface. You do know this is what most white people stereotypically think black women are like, right?" How do you feel about that view? It kind of stuck with me

whitepeoplesaidwhat:

I’m sorry but I’m gonna have to get on you for this one.

First off, look up what blackface is because you clearly don’t have that definition completely understood. How the hell black women gonna be blackface?? C’mon now.

And second, idk exactly how to explain this, but just because there’s a stereotype associated with a certain group that doesn’t mean that those in that group and forever prohibited from doing whatever that stereotype is. And just because white people will stigmatize a certain behavior be it true or made up in their pale imaginations, seriously fuck them, if i wanna do it then i’mma do it. And you shouldn’t get wrapped up in the thinking that I’m only doing it because its a stereotype, like damn sometimes black women like to shake they ass, bruh. Just because its a stereotype doesn’t mean black women can’t do it anymore because the only reason its stigmatized is because of white people and their pancake asses and limited world views. And the notion of going against the stereotype further shames those that happen to fall into that stereotype because white people got you thinking its something to be ashamed of when all they doing is what makes them happy and what makes them feel like themselves. Shit, that’s like saying Asian people shouldn’t be smart because of the stereotype that all asians are smart. And then people feel like they have to base their whole lives on some asinine stereotype and then base your worth on whether or not you abide by that stereotype or if you go against that stereotype.

So nah, i don’t give a damn what white people think. If Nicki Minaj wanna do her thing then let Nicki Minaj do the damn thing. 

Fuck what white people think cuz she ain’t doing a damn thing for white people or anything that needs white people’s approval.

People be so afraid of being seen as another stereotype and I get that you don’t want to be seen as only that stereotype so you try to avoid it but the thing about Nicki Minaj is she don’t care what you think. You don’t need white people’s views of you to be what determines your value. You determine your own value and you can be worth a million dollars and still shake that ass on the internet if that’s what you wanna do. 

-Elijah