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parvxo:

i honestly enjoy my own company so much, its refreshing not to participate in meaningless conversations & force relationships that have no longevity


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hythmknwy:

people who speak in english on this site even though it’s not your native language:

you are amazing. the fact that you know and can read and write this fuck-up of a language, even though it may not even be in your native fucking alphabet, is badass as hell and you’re utterly rad. i mean some of you have taken what little they told you in school and expanded your knowledge, and some of your have taught yourself english through watching tv shows and movies and reading books and iT’S SO IMPRESSIVE THAT YOU’VE DONE THAT

so what if you sometimes make a few mistakes in spelling or grammar or word choice?? anyone on this site who’s worth talking to will know how completely hardcore you are for being able to communicate at the level you’re at, and i challenge anyone who laughs at you or thinks you’re stupid for making a mistake to learn an entire language like you have

tl;dr — you are incredible and we think you’re diddly-darn cool


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anjanana:

no-and-nothing:

Random Screenshots of Kama Sutra: A Tale of Love (1996)

i need to see this


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mangoestho:

mishthi:

This is Aaradhna singing this retro styled song of cutting of your boyfriend’s dick for cheating on you in a delightful song called "Lorena Bobbitt."You should all listen (and buy) her album Treble & Reverb on her bandcamp here - it will make you shimmy and sock hop instantaneously.

New Zealand based Aaradhna otherwise known as a Aaradhna Jayantilal Patel is half Indian, half Samoan and full on awesome.

Aaradhna is a New Zealander of Samoan and Indian descent. Her father Jayanti Patel is Indian from Navsari, Southern Gujarat નવસારી village and her mother Sia’a Patel is Samoan from Papa Uta village (Mother Lagi Taofinu’u), Auala village (Father Mulimai Moe) & Falealupo village (Step Father Pio Taofinu’u). Aaradhna is the eldest of five. She first showed singing aspirations at the young age of 12, singing along with her mother to traditional Samoan and country songs. She would try to imitate the songs she heard in Bollywood movies that her and her father watched and also went to festivals that her father performed at. [Wiki]

this is actually one of my favorite songs/videos ever. like aesthetically tell me that the purple lip with the green/yellow suit isn’t the wave! plus aradhna is a fellow tall girl (i think she’s either 6’0” or 6’1”) and she was dancing in the back of the police car. fave.


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nevver:

Is it Frida yet?

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theatlasofbeauty:

Melina in Shiraz, Iran


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avantblargh:

fashionsambapita:

Read each story here:http://vogue.cm/XSNWEq

i dont think you guys realize the importance of black hair being celebrated ON VOGUE..


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ethiopienne:

We Read Too is a book resource app created by Kaya Thomas (@kthomas901) that includes over 300 Children’s and YA books written by authors of color featuring characters of color. You can browse, search, view the details of every book as well as suggest any books that should be added in the app. This resource is for all people of color who have felt misrepresented or forgotten when finding books to read.

Help the app grow by downloading it for free here (http://bit.ly/1mUfe2F), rating and reviewing the app, and suggesting new books & genres that should be included! Follow @WeReadTooApp on twitter and like Facebook page at facebook.com/WeReadTooApp for updates. 


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vmagazine:

'Seeking Aether' (experimental garment collection): InAisce FW 13/14 Men's Collection featuring South Sudanese refugee and former child soldier turned actor, model and activist Ger Duany  - video link