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Yogi/Dancer/Whim Chaser from
Atlanta, Ga


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"We live almost completely immersed in a socially constructed reality that so fully absorbs our energy and attention that virtually none remains to experience the wonder of our existence."
Duane Elgin (via alteringminds)

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"You’re an ancient fragment of treasure. Don’t compromise, and dim your brilliance for someone who will devalue you out of pure ignorance. Find someone who acknowledges that you’re a rare cut from a primitive star."
Awakened Vibrations (via awakenedvibrations)

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i am currently suffering from severe lack of kisses, please donate to my cause

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GIF from the “Oswaldo” promo, my show at Birdo. Set to premiere (hopefully) sometime next year at Cartoon Network Latin America!
"Telling black people not to be enraged when their children are ruthlessly murdered, is violence."

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My thighs are huge cuz they’re full of secrets

Wrap them around my ears and let me hear them all

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in case nobody has told you today: you are hella bomb, hella cute, and anyone would be hella lucky to have you

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What is race?

Race is an ideology that says that all human populations are divided into exclusive and distinct groups; that all human populations are ranked, they are not equal. Inequality is absolutely essential to the idea of race. The other part is that the behavior of people is very much part of their biology.

And then the idea that all of this is inherited. People don’t only inherit their biological features, but they also inherit their moral and temperamental and intellectual features. And it stays with us right into the 21st century. Not only are all of these features inherited, but they are not transcendable. You can’t change. Racial populations, individual races, and individual people cannot change their race. So there’s no way in which you can transcend this identity. Once you are identified as a socially low-status race, you remain so forever.

Race wasn’t invented because it is a set of beliefs and attitudes about human variation. It has nothing to do with the biological variation itself. You can have many societies with great diversity in physical features without the idea of race. Race represents attitudes and beliefs about human differences, not the differences themselves.

Audrey Smedley is a professor of anthropology at Virginia Commonwealth University. She is author of Race in North America: Origins of a Worldview. (via howtobeterrell)

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"Try to love yourself as much as you want someone else to."

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