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Abby! 18. Mostly up to League, probably. Main support and ADC on NA, Silver 1!, and unrepentant Janna/Lulu fan. TSM.

Besides League, I love literature, F. Scott Fitzgerald, President Obama, Queen Beyonce, and cats. This is also a social justice blog concerned with feminism/womanism, racism, trans rights, and intersectionality. If I'm doing something wrong tell me!

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Riot Ward Skin Code, only been claimed on NA

this is the only skin code I have and I’m not keeping track of who claims it on which server, so if it doesn’t work for you you’re outta luck sorry

have at it, kids!

1 hour ago on April 17th | J | 1 note

foodchewer:

drunktrophywife:

dennys:

"It’s a metaphor, see. You put the bacon thing right between your teeth, but you don’t give it the…um…well, you eat it, actually, ‘cause it’s there and you’re nearly tasting it. So it’s not a metaphor. Um. I have no idea where I was going with that. Want some bacon?"

I’m deleting

i’m never eating at Denny’s again

1 hour ago on April 17th | J | 7,476 notes
galadri3l:

blue-author:

actressesofcolor:

This is not about an actress of color, but please vote against David O. Russell being included in #TIME100. If you are unaware, he admitted to sexually assaulting his transgender niece, and does not deserve any sort of praise or recognition. Reblog to spread the word!

.The subject matter of that second link is obvious from the text, but be advised, it is a very detailed account of physical violation of a type and context that many trans women will have direct experience with. I feel physically ill and very anxious—as one does when one is an unsafe environment—having read it. Proceed with caution.

yeah massive tw here guys ugh i can’t believe i’m only hearing about this now????

galadri3l:

blue-author:

actressesofcolor:

This is not about an actress of color, but please vote against David O. Russell being included in #TIME100. If you are unaware, he admitted to sexually assaulting his transgender niece, and does not deserve any sort of praise or recognition. Reblog to spread the word!

.The subject matter of that second link is obvious from the text, but be advised, it is a very detailed account of physical violation of a type and context that many trans women will have direct experience with. I feel physically ill and very anxious—as one does when one is an unsafe environment—having read it. Proceed with caution.

yeah massive tw here guys ugh i can’t believe i’m only hearing about this now????

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shavingryansprivates:

i’M SCREAMING BECAUSE OF HOW CUTE THIS IS

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babycakesbriauna:

nibinikwe:

cheeseandquackers:

starklyinaccurate:

babycakesbriauna:

starklyinaccurate:

babycakesbriauna:

This is at the University of North Carolina at Charlotte. I’m so done with culture appropriation. 

sigh why why do people think shit like this is okay
ugh I know some of these girls :/

Jesse if it makes you feel better this was a Disney theme event, so all is excused. * insert eye roll*

hahahaha nope
I can’t believe they’re using that as an excuse.

Wait this is at UNCC? Ugh smh

"All is excused" yet they are quick to add paint to their faces and walk around the event barefoot.
No, this is not excused because instead of keeping it a Pocahontas costume they added in the face paint. When in the movie did Pocahontas wear an 8 on her forehead, or any type of face-paint? Maybe I was watching the wrong movie. 
To them it is a costume. To me it is years of being called a “savage” or a “squaw” or a “drunken indian”. To me, it is generations of my own family being faced with oppression. It is all of the missing and murdered aboriginal women and their cases being but on the back-burner. It is me hesitating to tell someone that I am native because I fear for my own well-being. It is two girls from my hometown missing since I was 12, one being a friend of mine. It is me, being a second generation student, fighting to convince people that I am worthy of an education. 
And here is Disney completely romanticizing what it is like to be an Aboriginal woman and making non-Aboriginal people believe that it is okay to go along with it.
 And when did it become okay to completely throw objections to cultural appropriation to the curb and say that it can be excused. 
Why are people that are so often put under fire for cultural appropriation so quick to turn around and say to other people that their actions should be excused? If they are not the ones that feel the frustration when seeing this bullshit then they should keep their mouths quiet. Better yet, they shouldn’t even try to bargain with themselves about how they aren’t in the wrong.
Accept your mistake. Learn from it. Don’t try to suppress the voices of those speaking against you because all you are doing is proving to the world that racism is not dead, and that you’re the reason why.

Commentary

babycakesbriauna:

nibinikwe:

cheeseandquackers:

starklyinaccurate:

babycakesbriauna:

starklyinaccurate:

babycakesbriauna:

This is at the University of North Carolina at Charlotte. I’m so done with culture appropriation. 

sigh why why do people think shit like this is okay

ugh I know some of these girls :/

Jesse if it makes you feel better this was a Disney theme event, so all is excused. * insert eye roll*

hahahaha nope

I can’t believe they’re using that as an excuse.

Wait this is at UNCC? Ugh smh

"All is excused" yet they are quick to add paint to their faces and walk around the event barefoot.

No, this is not excused because instead of keeping it a Pocahontas costume they added in the face paint. When in the movie did Pocahontas wear an 8 on her forehead, or any type of face-paint? Maybe I was watching the wrong movie. 

To them it is a costume. To me it is years of being called a “savage” or a “squaw” or a “drunken indian”. To me, it is generations of my own family being faced with oppression. It is all of the missing and murdered aboriginal women and their cases being but on the back-burner. It is me hesitating to tell someone that I am native because I fear for my own well-being. It is two girls from my hometown missing since I was 12, one being a friend of mine. It is me, being a second generation student, fighting to convince people that I am worthy of an education. 

And here is Disney completely romanticizing what it is like to be an Aboriginal woman and making non-Aboriginal people believe that it is okay to go along with it.

And when did it become okay to completely throw objections to cultural appropriation to the curb and say that it can be excused. 

Why are people that are so often put under fire for cultural appropriation so quick to turn around and say to other people that their actions should be excused? If they are not the ones that feel the frustration when seeing this bullshit then they should keep their mouths quiet. Better yet, they shouldn’t even try to bargain with themselves about how they aren’t in the wrong.

Accept your mistake. Learn from it. Don’t try to suppress the voices of those speaking against you because all you are doing is proving to the world that racism is not dead, and that you’re the reason why.

Commentary

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xokami:

The great war between anime and fruit

I don’t even…..

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curlicuecal:

This is the best thing I have ever seen.

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