taryn alexandra. 21. dc/ny.

i think i'm batman.

i just tweet and read comics.

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cobrashark:

We’re going shopping.
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desireewariaro:


Dear White People was recently picked up by Lionsgate for distribution this fall. Despite it’s internet viral success (the initial Indiegogo campaign raised approximately $25,000 in three days) and Sundance credentials, Simien acknowledged that it is likely to be seen as a Black Film by the general public. Simien’s film is definitely an homage to the late 80s and early 90s satirical movies by directors like Spike Lee and Robert Townsend, but this isn’t a movie that is –or should be- aimed at Black audiences alone. For me that would be a strange place to put a movie filmed in the style of Spike Lee and Wes Anderson’s love child with hints of a 60s New Wave influence. The film’s referential style is likely in part due to this being Simien’s first feature length film. As a director he hasn’t had the time to develop his own style, and it shows as he meshes together several imitations of others’ styles and various cinematic influences. But there was truth to what he said later, explaining that the references were also pointed and intentional because they’re not something expected (or often seen) from a Black director and cast. — Kendra James (x)


Can’t wait to see this!
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biletree:


portraitsofboston:

“There’s a lot of things I wanted to do and succeed in, but I fell down or stepped back or took a different course. I ain’t happy with myself, but I’m comfortable. I’m content. I have a dog and a place to live. I was homeless for 20 years. I used to sleep right here on these benches, and he lived outside with me. The place I moved into didn’t allow pets, but I wouldn’t live in a house without him, so they let me have him. He’s more than a dog; he’s my therapist. I wasn’t always a good boy. I couldn’t take responsibility for anything. Now I think about him. It’s only him and me. If I don’t come back home to feed him, he’s stuck in the house by himself. He’s my reason to come home.”“How old is he?”“Ten. We’re about the same age, we dress alike and we both have beards. We pretty much look alike.”
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lacigreen:

daisiesforprudence:

rubyreed:

A few of my favorite activities.

i like how they put capitalism in fun letters

i rly need this framed on my wall
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goodkiti:

Dragon ball z sleeve by jaxltattoo on Flickr.
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do-not-touch-my-food:

Toasted Fluffernutters with Chocolate Fondue
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yeezuss:

kisskissdash:


Christy Turlington, Naomi Campbell and Kate Moss (being photobombed by Mario Testino) at the Costume Institute Gala, December 4, 1995
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"It is unrealistic and unfair to ask women to hide when the sun goes down. We deserve better than fear and keys between our knuckles. As a city we can do better than this."
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hlangjournal:

SPOTLIGHT: RAPPER ANGEL HAZE 
SHE VISITS OUR SHOWROOM TO TALK FASHION AND PERFORMING WITH OUR CREATIVE DIRECTORS AND VOGUE.COM.
GET THE FULL STORY. 
PHOTOGRAPHED BY MIMI RITZEN CRAWFORD.
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"You are not clingy, or needy, or silly for having needs for affection and affirmation and attention within a romantic relationship. Those needs aren’t an embarrassing outgrowth of your low-self esteem or depression or whatever messy emotional issues you may have going on, that’s just basic shit that people need from each other. We of course should not make our partners responsible for meeting all of our emotional needs – it’s not someone’s else’s job to make you happy. But inside a healthy relationship, being able to show affection, pay attention, and demonstrate “you are amazing and important to me” is a pleasure, not some task or burden."
Jennifer Peepas (via psych-quotes)

(Source: psych-facts)