Name: Marissa Sex: Female Age: 22. I'm curious about all that life has to offer, and I like trying new things. My Tumblr is a reflection of things that I find beautiful, sexy, funny, cute, inspiring. I take pride in who I am and what I stand for, and have love for everyone. Spread love, and watch relationships grow.

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When you see me show me your bachelors, show me your masters. That’s the best thing you can do for me, as my fan.


i haven’t found the source video yet.

I love the way Nicki encourages people with education. I’ve seen her ask about report cards on Twitter and tell young people to bring their C’s up to B’s and B’s up to A’s. And this quote is too awesome. ❤

(Source: yungnics)





weird how white people will say how bad rap music is but the second a white artist get’s big i.e iggy azalea, eminem, macklemore, their rap is “real music” …interesting

And it suddenly has “a message”


Lol we all know why that is.

All white women in this nation know that their status is different from that of black women/women of color. They know this from the time they are little girls watching television and seeing only their images. They know that the only reason nonwhites are absent/invisible is because they are not white. All white women in this nation know that whiteness is a privileged category. The fact that white females may choose to repress or deny this knowledge does not mean they are #ignorant: it means that they are in denial.

bell hooks  (via feministquotes)


When I Grow Up I Am Going To Marry Anthony Mackie - an essay by a 28 year old lesbian

Anonymous asked
What is the new black??


"New black" is the stage in negroid evolution that follows "black" and is followed by "post-black"

for clarity, see:

  • Zoe “People of Color Don’t Exist” Saldana
  • Don “Bill O’Reilly Has Got a Point About Black People” Lemon
  • Stacey “Romney 2k12” Dash
  • Rashida “White Passing n Loving it” Jones
  • Morgan “Let’s Stop Talking About Race” Freeman
  • Kobe “Talking out My Ass When We Already Weary of You As A Community” Bryant
  • Donald “Loves Raceplay” Glover

Black lesbian relationships pose little threat to “self-defined” Black men and women secure in their sexualities. But loving relationships among Black women do pose a tremendous threat to systems of intersecting oppressions. How dare these women love one another in a context that deems Black women as a collectivity so unlovable and devalued?

Patricia Hill Collins (Black Feminist Thought: Black Women’s Love Relationships, 182)