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annemarina:

are straight boys obligated to touch the top of every door frame??

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gameboy-sp:

"Honey, I’m leaving you for Poussey”

image

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colinquinn:

me: “that’s a great photo”
Michael: “I took it”
me: “you don’t fucking pick up a camera”
Michael: “aren’t there enough pictures of you on the internet?”

(via downeying)

#same  

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kipperclothiers:

Kipper Clothiers — Purveyors of fine custom suits and shirts

Photo credit: Scott R. Kline

(via shesuits)

#heheh  #it me  

tifanmkreyol:

about me.

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(via everythingghibli)

#same  #ghibli  

thesufjanstevensmodel5000:

THE WORLD IS ABUNDANT

Sesame Street: Lupita Nyong’o Loves Her Skin

(via mylesperhour)

#:)))  

gangbanggirlfriend:

when ur crush likes someone else but u still wanna be cool and happy for themimage

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kanyedaily:

middlechildswag:

LMAO just listen to Kanye’s siren-yell.

Even Jay is laughing at him

HAHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHN

(via battledad)

#i love  

Privacy is a privilege. It is rarely enjoyed by women or transgender men and women, queer people or people of color. When you are an Other, you are always in danger of having your body or some other intimate part of yourself exposed in one way or another. A stranger reaches out and touches a pregnant woman’s belly. A man walking down the street offers an opinion on a woman’s appearance or implores her to smile. A group of teenagers driving by as a person of color walks on a sidewalk shout racial slurs, interrupting their quiet.

For most people, privacy is little more than an illusion, one we create so we can feel less vulnerable as we move through the world, so we can believe some parts of ourselves are sacred and free from uninvited scrutiny. The further away you are from living as a white, heterosexual, middle-class man, the less privacy you enjoy – the more likely your illusions of privacy will be shattered when you least expect it.