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not-all-cannibals:

not-all-cannibals:

BEST PURCHASE IN THE HISTORY OF EVER
*excited umbrella-sword slashing*
*manic laughter*

in recent news I’ve been stopped by multiple security guards

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Must be nice to just be … stopped.

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porkrub:

Someone should just cut it off and run

porkrub:

Someone should just cut it off and run

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quickweaves:

me: hands in assignment

professor: immediately hands me rubric for another project 

me: image

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genmaonimusha:

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neptunain:

go into a starbucks in NYC and say very loudly into your phone “this movie script is stale and trite! we need some new talent, someone with a fresh outlook” and wait

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quickweaves:

theblacknonblackdivide:

supraorbital:

Judging America:

Joel Parés, a U.S. Marine-turned-photographer, has created a photo series that seeks to question the ugly prejudices that many of us harbor, to one extent or another, against groups of people different from ourselves.

I keep seeing this and I understand what they are trying to say, that people should not stereotype people.(I’m aware of the gifs switching between the two that are floating around.)  Usually when people talk about stereotyping they are talking about generalizations that people use an excuse to mistreat other people. I guess I’m not into this gallery because the one versus the other narrative that plays out all the time even though I don’t think the artist was trying to insinuate that. In media (novels, television, movies, video games,etc) this plays out a lot of light vs dark, good vs evil, positive vs negative. So I guess when I see ‘one is not other’ it disturbs me. There is nothing wrong with the people on the left, it’s the assumptions about them that people use as an excuse to mistreatment that is incorrect. None of those people should be mistreated.

There is nothing wrong with a Black man wearing a doo rag, tatted up, white tank on, sagging , having weapons to defend himself. It’s the negative associations that is the problem. The “Thug” associations (which is just a refined version of the Black brute of yesteryears) put on Black men is wrong, the true thugs are the racist/white supremacists who continue to maintain the system of racism/white supremacy by evidence that the system is still here.

There is nothing wrong with a Muslim woman having weapons to defend herself. It’s the negative associations that is the problem. The true “Terrorists” are those who continue to maintain the system of racism/white supremacy.

There is nothing wrong with a Hispanic man being a gardener or an Asian woman being nail technician that is honest work that deserves respect as does anything else. It’s the negative associations of being less than because of their work that is wrong.

There is nothing wrong with a flamboyant gay man who is just being himself. Using his expression as a reason to mistreat him is wrong.

Then there is this praise to conformity that lingers on the right.

I have come across galleries where the images similar to the left basically told humanizing stories of people who actually live out being a Black man who sags and a muslim woman (haven’t seen this for the rest of them although I support the humanizing). I like that much better. I don’t like the indirect message that “you might think I’m this but I’m actually this. (See I have conformed.)” I think the message should be “Regardless of what you “think” of me stop using that as an excuse to mistreat me. Other than I’m worthy of a system of Justice (where no one is mistreated and those who needs the most help gets it) stop using generalizations as an excuse to mistreat me.”

I used ‘regardless of what you think of me’ because I have seen people express attitudes it’s okay to mistreat someone because they were “ugly”, “less intelligent”,etc. Which anyone can be categorized as one or the other regardless of racial category and  someone mistreating them because they think that of them is incorrect. Just because someone is not attracted to someone or is frustrated with someone because they are deemed “less intelligent” that does not justify any mistreatment if they chose to do so. They are still incorrect. Their actions are still anti-justice.

I hope this post makes sense. I might delete this post later after my thoughts have simmered and I reflect back on this post later If I think it doesn’t.

RWSWJ/ RAWJ

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Meet The Brilliant 12-Year-Old Hacker Who Breached The Bud Light Website’s Impregnable Age Verification Firewall
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whitedad:

ultraraw:

urbanreading:

Being haunted by desire of authenticity I take stealthy photos sometimes. I am interested to know how people read when they think nobody’s looking. The world surely does not exist for them at that moment.

I really like this


yall are creepy as fuck I hope u get arrested

whitedad:

ultraraw:

urbanreading:

Being haunted by desire of authenticity I take stealthy photos sometimes. I am interested to know how people read when they think nobody’s looking. The world surely does not exist for them at that moment.

I really like this

yall are creepy as fuck I hope u get arrested

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