What do you do when your Safe Person breaks up with you?

I’m sick and heartbroken, but at least my mum’s dog is being cute.

ca-tsuka:

The Legend of Zelda original concept art by Katsuya Terada (Blood the last Vampire).

highqualityfashion:

Alberta Ferretti SS 13

highqualityfashion:

Alberta Ferretti SS 13

"Ratchet is a racialized term. So is ghetto. So is thug. So is welfare queen. Someone does not have to EXPLICITLY say the word “black” in order for something to be racist against black people. Speaking in flagrantly racist terms is one of the least sophisticated manifestations of racism today."
TemperedFury on Philip DeFranco’s, creator of the YouTube channel Philly D, use of racialized language.  (via knowledgeequalsblackpower)
livefreeordrive:

Not a bad spot to end a ride.

livefreeordrive:

Not a bad spot to end a ride.

fuckyeahfeminists:

Requesting Photo Submissions for Minorities and Mental Illness Project

This is a request for POC (people of color) to speak out about their struggle with mental illness. There is a lack of media representation of POC and mental illness. There are tons of articles that list people with depression and other mental illnesses but you rarely see someone who looks like you. We need to change the way this is represented. This is not something to be ashamed about. We need to confront and end the stigma that this is a privileged, white person’s disease. This is a reality for so many people in our community. 
Please join me in this project to show people who are truly are. We are not our disease. 
Please submit a photo of yourself holding a sign saying “I’m [your name] and I have a mental illness (or the exact type).” Whatever you feel comfortable doing. 
· Deadline: Thursday, September 25 at 11:59PM EST
· Angle (shoulders up, waist up etc): shoulders up
· Send to: Dior[DOT]Vargas[AT]gmail[DOT]com
· Save the image as a JPEG and saved as your first and last name

"There is a lack of media representation of POC and mental illness. There are tons of articles that list people with depression and other mental illnesses but you rarely see someone who looks like you. We need to change the way this is represented." - creator Dior Vargas
Please spread the word! The work to reduce stigma around mental health issues in communities of color is so important.

fuckyeahfeminists:

Requesting Photo Submissions for Minorities and Mental Illness Project

This is a request for POC (people of color) to speak out about their struggle with mental illness. There is a lack of media representation of POC and mental illness. There are tons of articles that list people with depression and other mental illnesses but you rarely see someone who looks like you. We need to change the way this is represented. This is not something to be ashamed about. We need to confront and end the stigma that this is a privileged, white person’s disease. This is a reality for so many people in our community. 

Please join me in this project to show people who are truly are. We are not our disease. 

Please submit a photo of yourself holding a sign saying “I’m [your name] and I have a mental illness (or the exact type).” Whatever you feel comfortable doing. 

· Deadline: Thursday, September 25 at 11:59PM EST

· Angle (shoulders up, waist up etc): shoulders up

· Send to: Dior[DOT]Vargas[AT]gmail[DOT]com

· Save the image as a JPEG and saved as your first and last name

"There is a lack of media representation of POC and mental illness. There are tons of articles that list people with depression and other mental illnesses but you rarely see someone who looks like you. We need to change the way this is represented." - creator Dior Vargas

Please spread the word! The work to reduce stigma around mental health issues in communities of color is so important.

I’m depressed and dumped, but at least my mum’s dog is looking cute.

I’m depressed and dumped, but at least my mum’s dog is looking cute.

"Dance music needs riot grrrls. Dance music needs Patti Smith. It needs DJ Sprinkles. Dance music needs some discomfort with its euphoria. Dance music needs salt in its wounds. Dance music needs women over the age of 40. Dance needs breastfeeding DJs trying to get their kids to sleep before they have to play. Dance needs cranky queers and teenagers who are really tired of this shit. Dance music needs writers and critics and academics and historians. Dance music needs poor people and people who don’t have the right shoes to get into the club. Dance music needs shirts without collars. Dance music needs people who struggled all week. Dance music needs people that had to come before midnight because they couldn’t afford full admission. Dance music does not need more of the status quo."

cantaloupemilk:

sunset palette