Apr 24th, 2014
Apr 24th, 2014 elizabitching: WHITE

I thought you’d never ask, girl! ;] 

Apr 24th, 2014
See what your followers thinks of you.


BLACK = I would date you.
GREEN = I think you’re cute.
BLUE = You are my tumblr crush.
GREY = I wish you would notice me.
PURPLE = I don’t talk to you but I really love your blog.
TEAL = We have a lot in common.
ORANGE = I don’t like your blog.
BROWN = I don’t like you.
PINK = I think you are unattractive.
RED = I hate you with a burning passion.
NONE: nobody likes you

(Source: cucumber-sorbet, via elizabitching)

Apr 23rd, 2014
Today’s #wcw goes out to the one and only @intechnicolour ❤️💗 Pretty lady, thank you for always loving and supporting me no matter what.  You’re the boss, applesauce 😜
Apr 23rd, 2014
Also, I sometimes take selfies in the bathtub #lol #wut
Apr 23rd, 2014
"When the feminists began to become very articulate and write articles and march and go meet in camps and have magazines and so on, I always said, ‘That’s interesting, they’re having these huge meetings about feminism and the power of women and they’re leaving all their Black maids at home,’ but that was indeed that separation which was race separation, perhaps even a class one, was very pronounced to me and some African-American writers. I think Alice Walker has chosen other names for that—womanist as oppose to feminism and so on. The absence of those fierce black women no matter what the circumstances and difficulty one had in negotiating socially, I’d go into a house somebody of somebody of stature and they introduce me to their housekeeper and I say, "Hello, Mrs. Jones,’ and then I’m spoken to later by the mistress of the house says, ’ Why did you call ‘Mrs. Jones’? I call her ‘Hattie’," and I say, "I would never call a woman of age by her first name—never." So, differences were pronounces culturally and racially."
— Toni Morrison in her New York Public Library talk with Junot Díaz
December 12, 2013

(it was amazing—)

(Source: freemanda)

Apr 23rd, 2014
"You can’t find intimacy—you can’t find home—when you’re always hiding behind masks. Intimacy requires a certain level of vulnerability. It requires a certain level of you exposing your fragmented, contradictory self to someone else. You’re running the risk of having your core self rejected and hurt and misunderstood."
— Junot Diaz (via ryantippery)
Apr 23rd, 2014
Sometimes I take pictures when I pee
Apr 23rd, 2014
Another day, another selfie
Apr 23rd, 2014