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This…This is needed SOO much, especially in the Black community. Black folks need to shed the religious sanctioned homophobia. It is the only way we can connect.

This is so sweet and amazing

you still want to travel to
you could not take a camera with you.

a question of appropriation, nayyirah waheed  (via stouhbeirut)

no i wouldn’t lmfao im not going anywhere if i cant take pictures bye i take pictures when i go to the toilet like please stop with this bullshit its too much for me that people take this seriously

(via versaria)

would you still want to 





you could not bring your “enter” key with you

(via lord-kitschener)