Cobra on my left, leopard on my right




shamecore:

living in a hypersexualized world is actually very spiritually exhausting and alienating 

(via the-uncensored-she)



Be happy with what you have while working for what you want.
- Unknown  (via sorakeem)

(Fonte: ilaurens, via mushroomvision)


norse-nature-spirit:

Hope
thagal:

queergiftedblack:

Rp from @anotherredsummer

where is the lie
horrtorr:

Ryan Watson

forestvibrations:

I found love in our garden
This is the same narrative we always hear from the authorities. First, we must submit to their control; then they will address our concerns. All the problems we face, they insist, are caused by our refusal to cooperate. This argument sounds most persuasive when it is dressed up in the rhetoric of democracy: those are “our” laws we should shut up and obey—“our” cops who are shooting and gassing us—“our” politicians and leaders begging us to return to business as usual. But to return to business as usual is to step daintily over the bodies of countless Michael Browns, consigning them to the cemetery and oblivion.
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What They Mean when They Say Peace (via ninjabikeslut)

Yes! No holding back anymore. Fuck that business as usual, black lives matter.

(via petitedeath)

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People aren’t talkin about the news, they’re talking about what they think the news is. There is no news channel saying “This is what happened, draw your own conclusions.” We have made this country so bereft of critical thinking, that now we have a problem where we have to teach them to think for themselves.

We have no unified authority, or problem solvers. We have congressman discussing environmentalism, when they don’t understand half the problems our earth is going through. We go to congress instead of going to people who have worked their whole LIFE trying to solve these problems. When it comes to racism, we’re asking a panel of white dudes, when it comes to sexism and woman’s rights we ask a panel of white priests on what they think. IT’S INSANITY! We ask people who are not in the arena they should be speaking in/for.

AND THAT’S WHY WE DON’T trust the media, it’s because they’re not in the arena of black experience, and they don’t care about the black experience, UNTIL something bad happens and they have the tools to paint us as destructive, ugly and evil!

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-The response of a Protester in Ferguson who was asked by a reporter as to why most of the protesters didn’t want their faces on tv.  (via sara-the-narco)

The Protester who said this is named Greg Thomas, and y’all should follow his Twitter. 

(via theladyem)

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quietcharms:

whoa! i totally did a double-take

lennykravitzscarf:

a cop just threatened to shoot the livestream operator in the face please continue to boost the stream links all over so that these journalists life and death efforts reach as many people as possible

(via loveyourchaos)


The more you need people to agree with you, the less open you are to what they think, feel, and believe. You cannot share with them because you are trying to change them, and they cannot share with you because you are not listening.
- Gary Zukav (via mindofataurus)

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