Everyone calls me Lewy, and I have little skill describing myself in a concise manner.

18th April 2014

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thepoisonousvagina:

wrong-url-motherfucker:

Government, Monty Python Style

MOISTENED. BINT.

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2nd April 2014

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ceegypt:

blackfeminism:

do people say “bad neighborhood” for cities next to all-white high schools where the boys are getting high every day and raping girls? do they even say “bad neighborhood” for cities with large kkk meetings? or is bad neighborhood a strictly anti-black code?

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The truth of this rips my heart out. I live in a college town. Young white men (I am one) are the worst.

Source: blackfeminism

2nd April 2014

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Wow. That took guts.
At first I was like okay why are we throwing away a ladder and then my heart melted.
True story.

Ooh-Rah!

Wow. That took guts.

At first I was like okay why are we throwing away a ladder and then my heart melted.

True story.

Ooh-Rah!

Source: kittiezandtittiez

2nd April 2014

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plant-png:

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plant-png:

✰✰(¯`*•.¸,¤°

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2nd April 2014

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wiseyoungravenclaw:


See this guy? This is astronaut Ron McNair, and he was awesome.
In 1959, when he was nine-years-old, he single-handedly desegregated a South Carolina library by going in, picking some books, trying to check them out, and refusing to leave until he could take the books with him.
He went on to be a physicist and became the second African American in space when he flew on STS-41-B aboard Challenger in 1984.
When he was selected for STS-51-L, which was to be his second mission, a special piece of music was composed for him to play on his saxophone for what would have been the first original piece of music recorded in space.
McNair tragically died in 1986 when the shuttle disintegrated seconds after lift-off, claiming the lives of all seven members of the Challenger crew.
There’s even a kids’ book about him.

wiseyoungravenclaw:

See this guy? This is astronaut Ron McNair, and he was awesome.

In 1959, when he was nine-years-old, he single-handedly desegregated a South Carolina library by going in, picking some books, trying to check them out, and refusing to leave until he could take the books with him.

He went on to be a physicist and became the second African American in space when he flew on STS-41-B aboard Challenger in 1984.

When he was selected for STS-51-L, which was to be his second mission, a special piece of music was composed for him to play on his saxophone for what would have been the first original piece of music recorded in space.

McNair tragically died in 1986 when the shuttle disintegrated seconds after lift-off, claiming the lives of all seven members of the Challenger 
crew.

There’s even a kids’ book about him.

Source: wiseyoungravenclaw

2nd April 2014

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dama3:

baelor:

Trans Woman Dares Bible-Quoting Councilman to Stone Her to Death

that’s fucking hardcore

When the good go to war the demons all run.

Source: baelor

21st March 2014

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sexyloogi:


NOTHING IS MORE PUNK THEN LETTING SMALL CHILDREN THINK UR COOL AND TOUCH YOUR HAIR SPIKES

sexyloogi:

NOTHING IS MORE PUNK THEN LETTING SMALL CHILDREN THINK UR COOL AND TOUCH YOUR HAIR SPIKES

Source: marry-me-in-black

20th March 2014

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In love.

In love.

Source: melgibsonsdickandballs

19th March 2014

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soulatlantic:

Bernice the queen.

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18th March 2014

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izzebeth:

this is so so so important !!

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