Happy Birthday to this crazy lady I call Mom 😘😘 🎉🎁 #TurnUp #FreeMyNuccaSosa #34YearsYoung 😂😂😂 (at Abner’s Sea Side Crab House)

Happy Birthday to this crazy lady I call Mom 😘😘 🎉🎁 #TurnUp #FreeMyNuccaSosa #34YearsYoung 😂😂😂 (at Abner’s Sea Side Crab House)


Homemade burrito bowls for dinner 😋 #ChipotleNight 💁

Homemade burrito bowls for dinner 😋 #ChipotleNight 💁


☀️🌀🌴

☀️🌀🌴


Q
Do you think Jayz and beyonce are illuminati?
A

wolftyla:

man if they are they are if they’re not they’re not. at the end of the day they’re making $ and they have a baby that’s beautiful and they’re just living their lives. them being illuminati or not has no effect on me. idek and i don’t even think people know what illuminati is nowadays.


covergirl:

Glam it up with a pop of prism, Katy-style 

covergirl:

Glam it up with a pop of prism, Katy-style 


tuneage:

Playlist: New Pop Feminism
In the 1990s TLC, Destiny’s Child, Buffy the Vampire Slayer, Missy Elliot, Xena: Warrior Princess, and the Spice Girls introduced an entire generation to messages of girl power and gender equality.
Today, new art and artists have taken up that call, from Beyonce to Orange Is The New Black, from Girls to Lorde. Theirs is not the feminism of the 90s; greater attention is paid to issues of intersectionality between gender, race, sexuality, and class, and the influx of the internet and fragmentations in media and culture have changed the feminist landscape. But many of the underlying issues are the same, now told through new voices. 
Pop culture can be problematic, but it’s also how a lot of people are first introduced to important ideas. With this week’s playlist, we pay tribute to the feminists making waves here and now, ushering in a new generation of girl power. 

tuneage:

Playlist: New Pop Feminism

In the 1990s TLC, Destiny’s Child, Buffy the Vampire Slayer, Missy Elliot, Xena: Warrior Princess, and the Spice Girls introduced an entire generation to messages of girl power and gender equality.

Today, new art and artists have taken up that call, from Beyonce to Orange Is The New Black, from Girls to Lorde. Theirs is not the feminism of the 90s; greater attention is paid to issues of intersectionality between gender, race, sexuality, and class, and the influx of the internet and fragmentations in media and culture have changed the feminist landscape. But many of the underlying issues are the same, now told through new voices. 

Pop culture can be problematic, but it’s also how a lot of people are first introduced to important ideas. With this week’s playlist, we pay tribute to the feminists making waves here and now, ushering in a new generation of girl power. 


To: My Old Self
Real Friends

citzn:

i keep kicking myself in the mouth, opening up every cut that should be a scar by now. i need the hope i always tell my friends about.’

(via illus-on)


bestnatesmithever:

That’s actually the realest shit ever.


(via illus-on)


dunrath:

Citizen - Roam The Room [x]

dunrath:

Citizen - Roam The Room [x]

(via illus-on)


(via illus-on)


hopelesshoping:

Citizen- Sleep (x)

hopelesshoping:

Citizen- Sleep (x)

(via illus-on)