1. bikinikillrecords:

    Bikini Kill flyer 1991

    (via marveloustransformer)

  2. thatonegirldrea:

    This tweet resonated with me today, this is what it’s all about 🙌 #TreatedTribe

  3. sourcedumal:


    7 lies we have to stop telling about African-American female students

    There is a myth that African-American girls generally fare better than African-American boys — that they somehow have it easier. This creates a potentially damaging narrative that may ultimately prevent society from truly empowering these young women.

    Here are seven myths that we need to stop repeating when it comes to African-American women and the achievement gap.

    Read more | Follow policymic


    (Source: micdotcom, via beatgoddessmedia)

  4. sorta-cute:



    I hate when people do this What’s the point of removing most of the pictures And then reposting the shit curvynation???? You must not have liked it that much to to all if this extra shit . Please respect my art and don’t steal my pictures because that is exactly what you did .

    Let em know

  6. myvoicemyright:

    Acid attack survivors in India model new clothing range for powerful photoshoot

    Survivors of acid attacks in India have become the face of a new clothing range designed by a woman who had acid thrown in her face while she was asleep four years ago.Delhi-based designer Rupa and her friends Rita, Sonam, Laxmi and Chanchal modelled the clothes from her new range, Rupa Designs, for photographer Rahul Saharan.

    Rupa suffered extensive injuries when her stepmother threw acid in her face while she was sleeping in 2008.

    She was allegedly left without any medical aid for six hours before her uncle found her and transported her to hospital, where she underwent eleven operations and spent three months being cared for.

    (via foreverthesoniag)

  7. hdeeah:


    Greatest picture I seen on tumblr.

    Legit reason to fly a sign…

    The world we live in

    (Source: miccheckz, via foreverthesoniag)

  9. guardian:

    After Michael Brown’s shooting in Ferguson, the opinion departments of Guardian US and the St Louis Post-Dispatch partnered to gather readers’ stories from around the world of being racially profiled by police. Our hope is that this sampling will help spur empathy – and then action, everywhere. 

    You can read all 18 stories at Comment is free. Do you have an experience to share? Tell us using the #FergusonVoices hashtag. 

    (via thatonegirldrea)