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I just bought a train ticket to go see Snazzy <333 

I’M COMING SOON MY LOVE


"I want to be a destroyer who can save others." 
Happy Birthday, Em♥


nombee-zombie:

blackgirlinlavender:

helenaisis:

arseniccupcakes:

bettychantel:

christel-thoughts:

High school…

College….

the pinup community

The burlesque community

the kpop fandom

the lolita community

nombee-zombie:

blackgirlinlavender:

helenaisis:

arseniccupcakes:

bettychantel:

christel-thoughts:

High school…

College….

the pinup community

The burlesque community

the kpop fandom

the lolita community


um…….what? 

robotsquid:

All my buttons are gone on my tumblr page x_x the Ask, Submit, Archive, Next Page, they’re all…just not there???

WHAT HAPPEN

Socks solved the problem—the image links are just broken.  The site where they are hosted is down.

JUST DON’T GO TO MY BLOG THINKING THAT I HAVE ONE OF THOSE “WHERE’S THE NEXT PAGE BUTTON” THEMES

IT’S NORMALLY VERY OBVIOUS

JUST NOT RIGHT NOW ;w;

(sry friends)


um…….what? 

All my buttons are gone on my tumblr page x_x the Ask, Submit, Archive, Next Page, they’re all…just not there???

WHAT HAPPEN


marcovicci:

wehuntmonsters-heblogsaboutit:

no matter how many followers you have the same 10 people will reblog posts from you

#I LOVE THOSE TEN PEOPLE AND I WILL DEFEND THEM TO THE GRAVE



" Race matters. Race matters in part because of the long history of racial minorities’ being denied access to the political process. See Part I, supra; see also South Carolina v. Katzenbach, 383 U.S. 301, 309 (1966) (describing racial discrimination in voting as an insidious evil which had been perpetuated in certain parts of our country through unremitting and ingenious defiance of the Constitution”). And although we have made great strides ‘voting discrimination still exists; no one doubts that.”

Race also matters because of persistent racial inequality in society - inequality that cannot be ignored and that has produced stark socioeconomic disparities.

See Gratz, 539 U.S., at 298-300 (Ginsburg, J., dissenting) cataloging the many ways in which “the effects of centuries of law-sanctioned inequality remain painfully evident in our communities and schools,” in areas like employment, poverty, access to health care, housing, consumer transactions, and education; Adarand, 515 U.S., at 273 (Ginsburg, J. dissenting) recognizing that the “lingering effects” of discrimination “reflective of a system of racial caste only recently ended, are evident in our workplaces, markets, and neighborhoods.”

And race matters for reasons that really are only skin deep, that cannot be discussed any other way, and that cannot be wished away. Race matters to a young man’s view of society when he spends his teenage years watching others tense up as he passes, no matter the neighborhood where he grew up.

Race matters to a young woman’s sense of self when she states her hometown, and then is pressed, “No, where are you really from?” regardless of how many generations her family has been in the country.

Race matters to a young person addressed by a stranger in a foreign language, which he does not understand because only English was spoken at home.

Race matters because of the slights, the snickers, the silent judgments that reinforce that most crippling of thoughts: “I do not belong here.”"

Sonia Sotomayor in her dissent in Schuette v. Coalition to Defend Affirmative Action. It’s worth a read. (via wretchedoftheearth)

Race matters to a young woman’s sense of self when she states her hometown, and then is pressed, “No, where are you really from?” regardless of how many generations her family has been in the country.” This right here, this is my life.


cancerlicious:

happy summer and winter everybody!