...and the devil makes three

Black, cis-femme, queer who likes the occasional comic book, feminism, anti-racist, anti-oppressive theory. Also enjoys poetry, my hair, a slew of fandoms, and impromptu jam sessions. What I lack in wit I make up for in nerdiness.

But cities that are magical and sentient tho

Reblogged from anafieldelaunay

toomanystarstocount:

  • Cities shutting down the subway and refusing to lower bridges when potholes get too bad and nothing is done about them because hey that hurts and someone needs to fix it.
  • Cities opening old abandoned subway stations and venting hot air above ground during the winter…

Reblogged from fuckyeahqueerpeopleofcolor

policymic:

Kisses” video takes inspiring stand against India’s criminalization of homosexuality 

In December, India’s Supreme Court overturned a lower court’s previous decision that had decriminalized homosexuality. The top court’s ruling declared same-sex intercourse and marriage illegal again, ending a four-year period of gay freedom. 

Kisses, a new video from Grapefruit Productions filmed at the Bangalore Queer Film Festival in February, tells the Indian government exactly what people think of the ban on same-sex love. 

Watch the full video | Follow policymic

(Source: micdotcom)

shychemist:

spaceplasma:

Attention, science enthusiasts! If you’re looking for new science blogs to follow - here’s an excellent list: Part 1 Part 2
That amazing list was put together by the awesome Shychemist, check out his blog, help him expand the list!

Ah, so this was the post that lead to over 100 followers my blog gained today.Thank you so much for the promotion of my blog lists and the sourcing and all the nice things you said. :’)

Reblogged from theonesarcasticchick

shychemist:

spaceplasma:

Attention, science enthusiasts! If you’re looking for new science blogs to follow - here’s an excellent list: Part 1 Part 2

That amazing list was put together by the awesome Shychemist, check out his blog, help him expand the list!

Ah, so this was the post that lead to over 100 followers my blog gained today.

Thank you so much for the promotion of my blog lists and the sourcing and all the nice things you said. :’)

Numbers, Symbols and Colors

Reblogged from theonesarcasticchick

akumakawa:

shackleboltrps:

Yesterday, I shared a list of links to help you guys pick a name that is meaningful to your character. Today, I’d like to share another set of links (as always) that focuses on meanings, mainly the meanings behind numbers, symbols and colors.

Why? Why am I…

champagne-paradise:

xo

Reblogged from heartlessfvck

champagne-paradise:

xo

(Source: moneylust)

fuckyeahhardfemme:

arabellesicardi:

Vanna Occhino understands magical lingerie moments.

Casual day wear

Reblogged from fuckyeahhardfemme

fuckyeahhardfemme:

arabellesicardi:

Vanna Occhino understands magical lingerie moments.

Casual day wear

artruby:

Njideka Akunyili, “The Beautyful Ones Are Not Yet Born” Might Not Hold True For Much Longer, (2013) on view at the Marianne Boesky Gallery

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artruby:

Njideka Akunyili, “The Beautyful Ones Are Not Yet Born” Might Not Hold True For Much Longer, (2013) on view at the Marianne Boesky Gallery

goldcoastghana:

Betty Quashie-Idun Ghana’s first female radio presenter. Photographed by James Barnor in Accra, Ghana in the 50s or 60s.

Reblogged from neoafrican

goldcoastghana:

Betty Quashie-Idun Ghana’s first female radio presenter. Photographed by James Barnor in Accra, Ghana in the 50s or 60s.

goldcoastghana:

Transportation by tro tro in Accra, Ghana. 1960. Photo by Marc Riboud.

Reblogged from neoafrican

goldcoastghana:

Transportation by tro tro in Accra, Ghana. 1960. Photo by Marc Riboud.

goldcoastghana:

Ghana’s national football team “The Black Stars” in the 60’s.

Reblogged from neoafrican

goldcoastghana:

Ghana’s national football team “The Black Stars” in the 60’s.